Tanya Savicheva Diary



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English: Tanya Savicheva's diary (1942) and photo (1936) in the bottom-right.

Below is the text translated from Russian. 1st row:

  1. Jenya died on 28th Dec. at 12.30 PM 1941
  2. Grandma died on 25th Jan., 3 PM 1942
  3. Leka died on 17th March at 5 AM 1942
  4. Uncle Vasya died on 13th Apr. at 2 o'clock after midnight 1942
  5. Uncle Lesha on 10th May at 4 PM 1942

2nd row:

  1. Mother on 13th May at 7.30 AM 1942
  2. Savichevs died.
  3. All died.
  4. Only Tanya is left.
Date circa 1936(1936) (photo) and 1942 (diary)
Source from world-war.ru
Author Pages of a diary written by Tanya (in the public domain because Tanya did not work during the War), photocopy and page order don't produce a new copyright. Photo of Tanya (in the upper right corner) is also in the public domain (see the appropriate picture)
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