George Buyanov: In occupation: “I got in a raid and was sent to the prison. Kalmyks, Chechens and Germans finished off wounded people. I was put into a concentration camp. They fed us with a scraps, in toilets – blood. People died like cockroaches, in the morning – 40 people in a stack.

In a second encirclement they took off clothes and shoes from the dead women. Sometimes they cut off the legs and carried them home to take off the shoes at home.” “Everything was interesting and a war, and refugees. This is romantic.”