Culled from eyewitness accounts and archival materials of the Soviet secret police organization NKVD, this film offers a harrowing new account of the Nazi siege of Leningrad. The years-long, brutal struggle for control of the Russian city is chronicled in disturbing detail by British historian Anna Reid, who reveals how Hitler's invasion of Russia claimed over one million lives and included some of the war's most horrifying atrocities. 50 min. Soundtrack: German and English; Subtitles: English. In English and German with English subtitles.