Issue 114 - If you go out in the woods today...

In WSS 114, we look at the feline favourites of World War 2, the German 'big cats'. In this online article, Eoghan Kelly describes what happened when the Red Army attempted to lift the Siege of Leningrad in the late Summer and early Fall of 1942. Among the trees and the swamps near the Sinyavino heights, there were no bears. But there definitely was a big surprise...

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