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1. To the Frontline or to Prison

“Now they have been abandoned without command. They are in some village in the Luhansk region. They need to get out of there because now they are attacked again by an army of enemies. How will they return to Russia? What will happen to them next? We can’t even imagine.”

– Irina, wife of a Russian soldier mobilized in Ukraine

Tags: soldiers, military, war in ukraine
2. Prone to Resist

Prone to betrayal, lies and deceit. He refused to participate in a special military operation on the territory of the LPR, DPR and Ukraine.

– A stamp on a Russian soldier's military ID after he refused to fight in Ukraine
Tags: soldiers, government, law, military, war in ukraine
3. Defiant Postage

“It's a symbol of Ukraine, a symbol of our future victory.”

– Director of Ukraine's National Post on the new stamp honoring the guards of Snake Island.
Tags: soldiers, snake island, military, war in ukraine
4. Soldiers Flee Chernobyl Radiation

Russian soldiers are fleeing Chernobyl fortifications due to claims of radiation sickness. 

Tags: Chernobyl, soldiers, russian military, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine
5. Refusing to Kill

12 Russian soldiers were fired for refusing to fight in Ukraine. Now, they are trying to get their jobs back.

Tags: meduza, lawyer, law, soldiers, war in ukraine
6. Letters from the Front

The packet of 11 letters and 12 postcards reached me from Kharkov, through a combination of fate, serendipity and sheer luck. They were written by my father, Alexander Suchovy, from the front during World War II, and were addressed to his first wife, Varvara, and their son Vasily.

Tags: ukraine, kharkov, soldiers, world war ii

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