The Occupation and its Offspring Lost Red Army Children Search for Fathers

More than 60 years after the end of World War II, the children of Red Army soldiers born in eastern Germany during the Soviet occupation are now searching for their fathers with the aid of historians and the Russian media. Many of these so-called "Russian children" have endured lifelong suffering as a consequence of their situation.
Von Irina Repke und Peter Wensierski
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