LIBERATED RUSSIAN PRISONERS IN ENGLAND: EVERYDAY LIFE AT THEIR CAMP IN WORTHING, SUSSEX, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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A group of Russian liberated Prisoners of War listen to the wireless in one of the dormitories at their camp in Worthing, Sussex. Right to left, they are: Junior Lieutenant Nazhmydin Nagoev (aged 23), Senior Sergeant Pavel Eryomin (aged 30), Ivan Lyakhov (aged 35), Lieutenant Vladimir Salangin (aged 47), Private Haik Aivazyan (34), Private Agvan Koprelyan (31) and Junior Lieutenant Dragomir Maresh (23), seen here tuning the radio, so that they can listen to the news from Moscow.