"Pvt Luba Rosanova - Berlin July 45 - Russian Zone"
The building on the right is (was) the Department store 'Hermann Tietz' at Alexanderplatz in Berlin. Private Luba Rosanova was a "Brown Haired, Blue Eyed 19 year old" ... she had met a French soldier (Henri Laure) in a German POW camp near Magdeburg where she was a prisoner for two years and they planned to be married.
This information was taken from the July 1945 edition of "Yank" magazine, and goes on to read;
"A dull-eyed woman stepped out of the crowd of curious civilians and stuck out a thickly coated tongue at Pvt. Rosanova.
"You are well-fed" said the German woman, who was wearing a pair of men's very large shoes and a dirty blue dress patched in four places. "You are well fed and we Germans starve." Then she spat.
Pvt. Rosanova spoke to the woman in the halting German she had learned in Magdeburg.
"I am sorry for you," she said. "You are such a fool, you were unable to get your arms high enough to 'heil' your Hitler and now look at what he has done to you". The Russian girl glanced at the ruins lining both sides of what was once the proudest street in Berlin. "I think you are a fool and I am sorry for you," she repeated.
The German woman walked away, mumbling and joined the crowd of middle aged 'fraus' walking toward the Tiergarten to search the grounds for scraps of firewood.
(written by Sgt. Merle Miller -'Yank' Staff Correspondent)
(Colorised by Olga Shirnina from Russia)
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