"We left with a friend of mine for the mountain and we joined the brigade, during the long and cold winter there were many clashes with the Germans: it seemed to be in hell. I remember that during a clash we were scattered in the bush, to save us from the German miter, we fell into a ravine, my friend fainted by the blow, but I managed to save his life by dragging him with heavy snow to his thighs; We repaired under a shrub. One morning we had to go and recover a throw on a plain about twenty miles from where we were; The team split up I stayed in the camp together with most of us, others including my friend were sent to that plain. he greeted me with a face that I had never seen, was the look of a person who already knew he was to die. During the march there was a German ambush, no one returned. I will never forget his eyes"

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“We left with a friend of mine for the mountain and we joined the brigade, during the long and cold winter there were many clashes with the Germans: it seemed to be in hell. I remember that during a clash we were scattered in the bush, to save us from the German miter, we fell into a ravine, my friend fainted by the blow, but I managed to save his life by dragging him with heavy snow to his thighs; We repaired under a shrub. One morning we had to go and recover a throw on a plain about twenty miles from where we were; The team split up I stayed in the camp together with most of us, others including my friend were sent to that plain. he greeted me with a face that I had never seen, was the look of a person who already knew he was to die. During the march there was a German ambush, no one returned. I will never forget his eyes”

“We left with a friend of mine for the mountain and we joined the brigade, during the long and cold winter there were many clashes with the Germans: it seemed to be in hell. I remember that during a clash we were scattered in the bush, to save us from the German miter, we fell into a ravine, my friend fainted by the blow, but I managed to save his life by dragging him with heavy snow to his thighs; We repaired under a shrub. One morning we had to go and recover a throw on a plain about twenty miles from where we were; The team split up I stayed in the camp together with most of us, others including my friend were sent to that plain. he greeted me with a face that I had never seen, was the look of a person who already knew he was to die. During the march there was a German ambush, no one returned. I will never forget his eyes”