During the WW2 the 812 German battalion consisting solely of Armenian soldiers was brought to the Dutch province of Zealand. Where they soon made contact with the resistance and became favored by the locals, especially the local girls. Some got pregnant, but those Armenian soldiers who survived the war were abruptly summoned by the Soviet leaders. Where Stalin put them to trial and thus many ended up in Siberian work camps. In this radio-documentary, the children of these lost Armenian soldiers talk about their lives without fathers, their experiences and their search for them.
This documentary consists of 5 parts. I added pictures to accompany the text.