Category: Tarnopol 1944


Moniushko – From Leningrad to Hungary

In 1944 – yes another World War II memoir – Evengii Moniushko (2005) was a Lieutenant in a tank destroyer artillery regiment (IPTAP) along the Vistula River. From March to May 1945 he was an artillery observer in Silesia and Czechoslovakia. His book is largely recollections of civilian and military life during the war, so I can not particularly recommend it to anyone searching for combat accounts. But there are a few interesting bits.

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