The events of war contaminate those who are part of it.

The civilian population was overwhelmed and indelibly scarred by the war. But not everyone fell victim to disorientation and despair.

Through the memories of contemporary witnesses, it is possible to reconstruct a history of violence and pain, but also of gestures of solidarity.

Whispers of individual consciences that, regardless of which side they were on, did not give up the work of soothing, healing and healing the deep wounds of this immense catastrophe. In the most reserved and hidden part of the room, the most painful and intimate testimonies of the civilian population can be heard.

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