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...The cannons of the Second World War stopped roaring some thirty years ago.
...The Soviet Union bore the brunt of the war at a cost of twenty million dead.
...The veterans are now between sixty and seventy years old.
...Many of them have lost sons and other relatives...
...The state now cares for them...
...They live in modern boarding homes and are fully provided for.
...Good libraries 20% are at their disposal.They see films. They get the necessary medical treatment...
...With this concern and attention paid to them by the state and public organisations the war veterans feel themselves full-fledged. Soviet citizens.
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