After their capture at Stalingrad, the German generals and the other officers were taken to the Euphemius Monastery, in the ancient city of Suzdal.
There was Prisoner of War Camp 160.
Alexander Blank, a young interpreter in the camp, who later became a famous historian, wrote notes as he worked there in 1943. Forty years later he released these very interesting documents: they are pure gold for history buffs.
Stalingrad Battle Data has translated the most interesting excerpts as a basis for this unique video.
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