We had two military officers left. One lived at the house where the handicapped lived, the other one lived at the Kuleshs’ place, one stayed at the Byalundziya’s place. Well, when the Germans ordered to call for all the captives to Lida… so they… They , the Germans, took them and immediately interrogated those captives and killed them. And they went to the forest to build partisan dugout, to organize. But what else, Yolkin was a good guy he stayed at the Baylundziyas’ place. When Lithuania was being liberated he was killed near the Lithuanian border. We received a notification only, the Byalundziyas knew about that.
Researcher: Natalya Ivaschenko, PhD (Historical Sciences), associated professor at Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Kseniya Adasik, Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno