The Strange Life of Nina Kulagina

A Soviet Psychokinetic and the Hero of Leningrad

She was a mere fourteen years of age when she joined the Red Army. The Nazi regime was making its deadly presence in the siege of Leningrad, and along with her father and two siblings, Nina Kulagina was thrust into defending her town in freezing winter temperatures, meager rations…

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