The last words of Alexander Pushkin ...
My mother, Kovaleva Efrosinja Ivanovna was born in 1900, in the village of Peski in the area of Sumy.
In 1935, all the Kulaks of the area were deported. Their leader was murdered and together with their neighbors, they were kept in the shed until their execution. They were also tortured. In the night they dug a tunnel with their hands from the shed and escaped.
My mother arrived in Golubkina, in the area of Belgorod with her two daughters Polja and Nastja and married my father Ivan Medvedev Afinogenovitsch.
I was born in January 1937
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