All seized with a feeling of imminent disaster. "All that day - continues Elena Scriabin - the situation remains dismal, depressing feeling of uncertainty." The day before this correspondent Konstantin Simonov was summoned to the Radio, where he was commissioned to write anti-fascist verses, which are then supposed to set to music. "And then I realized that the war, which was expected by all, is already on the threshold." He worked until the early morning June 22 until 14.00 it did not call home. The first thing he heard, lifting the handset: "War." Then he was ordered to go to the location of the 3rd Army near Grodno, in front of the newspaper editors. He did not yet know what was going on there. Gave uniform. In the bustle of the day, he says, "all of us ... filled with activity, perhaps even excessive, and, of course, were all inflated to the limit," Kolesnik Vladimir is a message about the outbreak of war caught in the dormitory. "The door suddenly swung open, and a voice shouted:" War! War! Get up! "
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