"We rejected the call to arms and, after September 8th, we left and took refuge in the mountains; We were just fugitives without weapons or other equipment. In the winter I was captured by the Germans and embarked on the first train to Germany. Fortunately, in a small country station there was a partisan ambush, I run away and joined to the brigade. It passed the summer, the waters calmed down, and the news came that my city had been released. The next day I greeted my comrades and walked on. It was a journey that lasted several days, mainly walking at night along mountain trails. I finally came home; thin, tried and with my bleeding feet"

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“We rejected the call to arms and, after September 8th, we left and took refuge in the mountains; We were just fugitives without weapons or other equipment. In the winter I was captured by the Germans and embarked on the first train to Germany. Fortunately, in a small country station there was a partisan ambush, I run away and joined to the brigade. It passed the summer, the waters calmed down, and the news came that my city had been released. The next day I greeted my comrades and walked on. It was a journey that lasted several days, mainly walking at night along mountain trails. I finally came home; thin, tried and with my bleeding feet”

“We rejected the call to arms and, after September 8th, we left and took refuge in the mountains; We were just fugitives without weapons or other equipment. In the winter I was captured by the Germans and embarked on the first train to Germany. Fortunately, in a small country station there was a partisan ambush, I run away and joined to the brigade. It passed the summer, the waters calmed down, and the news came that my city had been released. The next day I greeted my comrades and walked on. It was a journey that lasted several days, mainly walking at night along mountain trails. I finally came home; thin, tried and with my bleeding feet”