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Pavlov’s House

Pavlov’s House was a half-ruined, four-story apartment building in the center of Stalingrad that became a symbol of Soviet resistance during World War II. During the Battle of Stalingrad, the building was defended by a group of Russians usually numbering no more than a dozen. The Germans attacked at least twice per day for over two months in an attempt to seize the house, which was named for the commander of the unit that defended it. The Germans never successfully captured the building and suffered immense casualties during the vicious struggle.

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  1. Why were they so interested in this house?

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