Walking on Gulagland - Angara

Gyaloglás Gulágföldön - Angara

„There was minus 62 degrees Celsius. It was so cold in ’46. There was not food, there was not anything, it was not place to sleep. We had tents only. But how can you live in tents in the unbuilt lager? There was a large iron stove in the middle of the tent. If you laid on a berth, your hair froze to the tent-cloth, and your legs got scorched from the flame-coloured stove. Or conversely, your hair burnt down however your leg froze. It was like this.”

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