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Leningrad was full of rumors. One of the more absurd rumors was that the district which included Vasilievsky Island would not be bombed because “a lot of Germans lived there, old St. ” There was also the rumor that Vasilievsky Island was the birthplace of Alfred Rosenberg, one of Hitler’s early supporters and the philosopher of the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nazi Party). 29 NOTES 1. , and the People’s Commissar for Foreign Affairs (Transcribed and translated by Novosti Press Agency, June, 1941),

When the workers arrived at a construction site they were divided into labor brigades and given tools to carry out their assignments. An assignment, which in most instances consisted of constructing tank traps, trench systems and fortified positions, had to be completed within a prescribed time and according to the specifications established by military authorities. Upon the completion of an assignment, the workers were immediately marched or brought to another construction site. The draftees suffered considerable hardships.

These were followed by factories producing tanks and other war goods. 10 Much of the equipment evacuated from Leningrad suffered considerable damage. ” Many of the machines that had been packed and loaded on freight cars did not leave the city immediately. Soviet sources report that over two thousand freight carloads of machinery remained trapped in the railway freight yards after the Germans blockaded the city. The equipment that was left on the open cars would soon rust and deteriorate. A part of this machinery was later moved to the East in the winter and in the summer of 1942.

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