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From World War II to the Russian Invasion, Ukrainians Fight for a Normal Life
As soon as my nerves started to calm and the anxiety lifted, I started realizing all the similarities between what I read in my grandmother's memoir and what I saw with my own eyes. War indeed did not stop life. It started to feel like, subconsciously, her words were there to guide me through my trip back home, to remind me that, even in the toughest of times, hope had a place in our stories.