Ivan Martynushkin


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We were moving around Krakow. We didn't know a thing about any concentration camps in Auschwitz. Our unit had just been told to go to a certain line and set up our position. After passing the village of Auschwitz, we came to a huge field with barbed wire all around it, and strong concrete pillars, so clearly the barbed wire was electrified. The pillars showed that.
Jan 27 2015
The latest quote from Ivan Martynushkin is: “We approached a group of prisoners face to face, blackened faces. Some were covered with blankets, patchwork. Then we saw their eyes, their eyes sparkling, glittering. Only by something very deep in their eyes we could tell their mood, a sort of happiness. We couldn't speak to each other. They seemed to be saying something like, Hungary, Hungary.' But at the time I didn't know what exactly Hungarians were.”. It comes from the Auschwitz liberation a Soviet pause in sweep to crush Hitler article. You’ll find on this page 1 article with Ivan Martynushkin quoted on topics such as Hungarians, Krakow and eye. Ivan Martynushkin has been quoted 2 times in 1 article.
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