The footage of Krylova and Shneiderov in Sosino village. It had been set on fire by the retreating Nazi. In the basement of this burning house they had locked up three peasant families. Women and children had died a torturous death: they had suffocated in the smoke. Among the victims – Vanya’s mother, sister and brother. Vanya himself escaped death: he fled to the woods. Professor Rozhdestvensky’s family… They had been tortured to death just because someone had fired a shot at the Germans near their house. A 13-year-old Golovlev shot by a German officer for having refused to give away his pet – a dove… A wife of engineer Gordeev: she had been raped and shot down. The sorrow of these women has no limits. The fascists had mutilated and shot down their relatives – driver Dolbilov and his nephew Kryukov. Thousands of Rostov residents – women, children, old people, had fallen victim of most vehement brutality. Tears will dry out, sorrow will quiet down. But always will be here our hatred, our sacred hatred towards murderers. Rostov railway station. The fascist brutes had committed here their atrocities too. They had tortured and then killed the wounded Red Army warriors. To put to torments the infirm!.. Forget we shall not! Nor we shall forgive! We shall take vengeance on them! Our native land was liberated bit by bit, and Soviet people released from captivity. March 14, 1944. Red Army had intercepted an echelon: the Germans where taking people to a death camp in Azarichi, near Polesskoye swarm… Fascist leaders are going to face the righteous people’s judgment. From a dismal list of atrocities the judges will know about this death camp too, about a premeditated, detailed plan of destroying the Byelorussian people. They will know about how our orphaned children were starved to death, how Soviet people died torturous deaths, how Byelorussian people perished… Dear judges, be sure and ask the eyewitnesses: ask Galina Gavrilenko or Petr Gartashkin, or Lyudmila Pekarskaya from Zhlobino. They will tell you what happened in this camp… Also ask these crippled and tortured prisoners. Or better don’s even ask them. It would be enough just to look at them… And mind, the prisoners where 33 thousand many.