Post by @CubaWindow from the original post in CubaxDentro

Tatiana Maksimenkova was barely a year and a few months old when her family began to suffer the horrors of World War II. He lived in a central street in Moscow, and although his young age did not allow him to have a living memory of the bomb explosions, the fear of his brothers, or the transformations of a country that became resistance … in his gaze Is still visible the suffering of whom the war marked for the rest of life. Of his balance, there are wounds that have never been erased: the horror of concentration camps prevented him from meeting his paternal grandparents, while the battle snatched his brother with just 19 years .

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