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Fleeing the occupation, German and her grandparents made their way to Tambov, then farther east to Saratov on the Volga River, where they were able to locate her mother and her baby brother, Vladimir. The family found space on a train carrying horses and cattle, and eventually ended up in Mordovia, southeast of Moscow. After Minsk was liberated in , the family returned. German described her childhood in hindsight as a miserable life, but stated that she never felt unhappy.
She said that as a young woman she was more interested in boys than in politics or technology, although she was nineteen before she first dated. German reported that theater was important to her family and that she enjoyed dancing the waltz and foxtrot as she got older. She frequently performed in public theater and thought she might become an actress.
She eventually decided that she wanted to attend university, but failed her entrance examination due to low marks in the Belarusian language.
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She tried for two more years to gain admission to Minsk University but continued to receive very low marks for the language criterion despite what she believed was a good knowledge of Belarusian. Another account states that she was eventually admitted to the university, but lost her scholarship after receiving a low grade on an important examination. During the mids, shortly after she failed her first entrance examination to Minsk University, German was hired as a fitter in the Gorizont Horizon radio and television factory located in Minsk.
Sometime between April and June , she was working in the Experimental Department on the first floor of the factory when she met Oswald, a co-worker in the factory. At one point, German asked for his help translating some documents written in English. According to Oswald's diary: "I noticed her, and perhaps fell in love with her, the first minute I saw her". German would later describe him as "a pleasant-looking guy with a good sense of humor. He was not as rough and rude as the men here were back then".
She said, "We went to the movies, the theater, symphonies. He was easy to be with.
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He didn't demand anything of me". The couple ate in the cafeteria together every day and dated about twice each week. As already stated, Lawrence Schiller and I had the opportunity to interview Marina in Texas for five days, and used the greater part of such time for obtaining her latter-day narrative of her experiences in Leningrad and Minsk. Some of our effort went, however, into obtaining a corroboration of those passages I was preparing to choose from Mrs.
I think it fair to say that Marina, although no longer well disposed to her former friend, was usually ready to agree with the general truth of the examples chosen, although not inclined to accept as comfortable the tone of dialogue given to Lee and herself. Nonetheless, it is altogether to Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald was dyslexic, and this was apparent, to varying degrees, in virtually all of his writing. Since the Warren Commission Hearings were published from direct transcript and were not edited closely, if at all, there are numerous small discrepancies—different spellings, for example, of the same Russian name.
These occasional variations were dealt with on their merits, and where necessary, a note is appended. CE: Commission Exhibit followed by exhibit, volume, and page number. Certain Exhibits were also assigned names by the Warren Commission, and this form has been followed where applicable, e. Government Printing Office edition. XVI, pp. WC Testimony, Vol. CE , Vol. XVIII, p.
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In his Historic Diary, Oswald sometimes referred to old rubles, sometimes to new rubles. All figures provided here are in new rubles, which were each worth 10 old rubles. For example, the Red Cross gave him 5, rubles old money , which was now worth new rubles.
His salary, commensurately, was worth 70 rubles a month in new money. XXVI, p. Search Store. Store Categories. Store home. Shipping and handling.
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