LIBERATED RUSSIAN PRISONERS IN ENGLAND: EVERYDAY LIFE AT THEIR CAMP IN WORTHING, SUSSEX, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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In one of the dormitories of their camp in Worthing, a group of Russian liberated prisoners practice on their home-made musical instruments, whilst others reads the newspapers. Left to right, they are:Junior Lieutenant Maresh (reading), Aleksei Matveyenko (playing the balalaika), Private Giroriy Zurabov (playing the violin), Junior Lieutenant George Kharchenko (playing the guitar) and Junior Lieutenant Nagoev (reading the newspaper).