The film about the siege of Leningrad responded to the accusations against Stalin


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Russian film Director Fyodor Popov, who shot a film about the siege of Leningrad “Corridor of immortality”, commented essay writer Elena Chizhova, in which she stated that Joseph Stalin helped Adolf Hitler to destroy the city and its inhabitants. The words of the Director betrays RIA Novosti.

Popov accused Chizhov in ignorance of the historical facts and ignorance. “If she had known documents, facts, statements, plans of Hitler for the destruction of the inhabitants of the city, I’m not talking about the inhabitants of the country… Chances to survive there was none. What does Stalin? Nonsense,” said the Director.

Earlier, Communist party leader Gennady Zyuganov also reacted to the indictment of the head of the Soviet Union, calling the statement of the Russian writer speculation, filth and baseness.

Winner of the award “Russian Booker” Elena Chizhova published an article in which he spoke about hatred of Stalin to Leningrad and its inhabitants. The woman considers that the actions of the head of the Soviet Union helped Hitler to carry out the plan of the blockade. “It’s a little-known hatred of Stalin to the city contributed to Hitler’s plans for its destruction. Two monster-dictator played this tragic Fugue for four hands,” wrote Chizhov.

The siege of Leningrad lasted nearly 900 days from 8 September 1941. During the siege, according to various estimates, killed from 400 thousand to 1.5 million people, most died of starvation.

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