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In September 1941, the city of Leningrad was besieged by German forces. It would become one of the longest and most destructive sieges in history, lasting until January 1944.
The siege would come at a huge cost to the Red Army and the civilian population, as Soviet forces tried again and again to break the German lines.
Prit Buttar draws on never-before-published accounts from Soviet and German soldiers to tell the story of what life was like for the people trapped inside Leningrad in the midst of the Second World War.
Prit Buttar studied Medicine at Oxford and London before joining the British Army as a doctor. After leaving the Army, he worked as a GP and has been extensively involved in medical politics at both a local and national level.
He is also an avid military historian and has written 12 books focusing on the Eastern Front in both the First and Second World Wars.