Campo 160| 11mins
Director: Boris Dvorkin | Producer: Boris Dvorkin
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: Russian Federation
It was in Spaso-Ephim’evskii monastery of Syzdal, which is now a part of Vladimiro-Syzdalskii museum, the prisoners of war camp was situated during the years of World War II. Among the prisoners were a large contingent of Italians. They cooked in the kitchen, put performances on the stage, played football. Prisoners had а wide variety of life activities.
Campo 160 | 11mins
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