War Witness: German kid and Goering's car
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RussiaToday — April 27, 2010 — RT presents War Witness - a special project dedicated to the 65th anniversary of the Victory in the Second World War. World War II veterans recount their stories about the war - from how it began to how it ended. Aleksandr Litvinov, a sergeant-major from the Soviet infantry, recalls how they discovered a brand-new car, covered with hay, in a barn. A young boy was hiding on the roof trying to protect this shiny car, full of fuel and with the key inside, from Soviet soldiers.
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So, if it happened before, was planned for before, it isn't happening right now, right?
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