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Tolokolnikova I.A. Logovskaja School 23 January 2015, Tanya Savicheva would have been 85-years-old – had she lived. But she died, near her hometown of Leningrad on 1 July 1944, aged only 14. But who was Tanya Savicheva? She was a young innocent victim of World War Two, who left behind a small but lasting legacy.
Leningrad was in the midst of a devastating 900-day blockade that lasted from September 1941 until January 1944. The German army had laid siege to the city, bombarded it and cut off all supplies in its attempt to ‘wipe it off the map’, as Hitler had ordered.
Tanya’s diary was little more than a few scribbled lines over six sheets of notepaper. Tanya Savicheva, Leningrad schoolgirl, was the youngest in the family and beloved. Father died early. Mother worked hard to raise five children. In the family all were musically gifted. The beginning of the war had changed the plans. The Savichevs decided to stay in Leningrad, to help the war effort.
Tanya increasingly opened a notebook - one after the other died of her uncle and then the mom. One day a girl will summarize the terrible result: “The Savichevs all died. Everyone died. Only Tanya is left. The text of Tanya’s notebook reads as follows: Zhenya died on Dec. 28th at 12:00 P.M. 1941 Grandma died on Jan. 25th 3:00 P.M. 1942 Leka died on March 5th at 5:00 A.M. 1942 Uncle Vasya died on Apr. 13th at 2:00 after midnight 1942 Uncle Lesha on May 10th at 4:00 P.M. 1942 Mother on May 13th at 7:30 A.M. 1942 A neighbour described the tragic figure of this young girl: ‘When Tanya lost everyone, she became deranged with grief. She would clutch at a small house plant, which had only a few withered leaves left, and was virtually dead. It seemed to remind Tanya of her family. She would stand by her stove, swaying from side to side, holding it close to her, in a terrible trance. She was trying to bring it back to life.’
The tragedy of this family is typical of the siege of Leningrad: how many died from hunger, how many extinct families! sources: http://www.historyinanhour.com/2011/11/29/zoya-kosmodemyanskaya-summary/ http://zateevo.ru/vov/savicheva_tanya/ http://www.historyinanhour.com/2010/01/25/tanya-savicheva-summary/ татьяна савичева блокада ленинграда её записи в дневнике http://www.aif.ru/society/history/1431137 Tanya’s writing is carved and on the grey stone of the monument to the "Flower of life", near St. Petersburg, on the third kilometer besieged "Road of Life". Her notebook was presented as evidence of Nazi terror at the post-war Nuremberg Trials, and today is on display at the History Museum in St Petersburg.