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2008-09-12
A Reservist Story of Survival in South Ossetia
“If I had implemented at least the one-third of the orders commanders gave us, we would not have had this conversation…”

It was night of August 8 and the war had just started. The streets of Gori were dark and reservists were sitting on the pavement in the street. They still tell stories how commanders left them without attention; how they had been provided with inferior weapons. They were now hungry and did not know what to expect in the nearest future. Here we represent the story of one twenty-three-year-old Gurami, a reservist in the Georgian army.

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