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Littlehirosima: The Gorlovka Hospice

Original written by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva on her littlehirosima blog; translated from Russian by J.Hawk and originally posted at South Front. September 23rd, 2015   I want to tell you about one individual. The report ought to be not about him, but rather about a place where people are dying. But it turned out the […]

Littlehirosima: Donbass, I’m here

Original written by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva on her littlehirosima blog; translated from Russian by J.Hawk and originally posted at South Front. September 22nd, 2015 Day three on the Donbass. Day three, more like year three. Donbass… Did I now about you back then? A long time ago? What were you for me then? A spot […]

Littlehirosima: Helping the Donbass, Part 8 [with thanks to Fort Russ!]

Original written by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva and posted at her littlehirosima blog; translated from Russian by J.Hawk and originally posted at South Front. September 14th, 2015 It is becoming more and more difficult to write reports with each trip. The volume and scope of aid has grown larger every time. We are already leaving to […]

Littlehirosima: But we are brothers…How could this happen?

Original written by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva and published on her ; translated from Russian by J.Hawk and originally posted at South Front. September 10th, 2015.   Donbass, we’re on our way. Once again the border, customs, grim reports, estimating how far the shells are exploding and…boundless human suffering. And I haven’t even written about everything […]

Littlehirosima: The Horror of War

  Originally written by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva and ; translated from Russian by J.Hawk and originally posted at South Front. September 9th, 2015. I remember I was visited by a friend before a trip to Lugansk. Before my very first trip. At the time I thought that all of Ukraine’s multiple rocket launchers exist solely […]

Littlehirosima: This is Lyosha

Originally written by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva on her littlehirosima blog; translated from Russian by J.Hawk. Originally posted at South Front. September 9th, 2015. This is Lyosha. Now he’s our Lyosha. In spite of his 29 years of age, he is at a retirement home. In Rovenki. On the Donbass. Two years already. With the elderly. […]

Littlehirosima: Awful Reality of War

This article was originally published by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva at , and was translated from Russian by J.Hawk. Originally posted at South Front Even if all the combat operations were to stop today, all the weapons were to vanish, and peace suddenly broke out, the war’s echoes will be heard for a long time on […]

Littlehirosima: They are people, too

August 25, 2015 Original written by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva and posted on her littlehirosima livejournal blog; translated from Russian by J.Hawk. Originally posted at South Front. We are driving onto the hospital campus. We see a running young man who shows us where to go, pointing with his hands. Seeing him walk I thought there […]

Littlehirosima: “Holiday Greetings”

August 21, 2015 Original written by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva and posted on her livejournal blog; translated from Russian by J.Hawk. Originally posted at South Front. Edited by Tatzhit. Holiday Greetings Today is the International Humanitarian Aid Day.  Life was different only 8 months earlier. Winter, blowing snow. A weak lamp at the park and bare […]

Littlehirosima: “Vika, get well!”

Translated from Russian by J.Hawk and originally posted at SouthFront. Original by Yevdokia “Dunya” Sheremetyeva posted on her When we visited Vika in May, to say that I was shocked wouldn’t be saying much. So much has happened since then. We’ve placed her at the hospital several times. The girl wanted to live. We began […]