Thursday, February 4, 2016

War through the eyes of a child - interview with a little hero of Pervomaisk

This boy in camouflage pants, with blond hair and a very serious face, is busy now. He's gluing a model airplane at the Center for Children's Art in Pervomaisk -- Pervomaisk the very long-suffering city where there is barely a house not damaged -- or worse -- by Ukrainian artillery.

The boy is named Vadim. He is an adult, despite his seven and a half years. He shows us his hand-drawn pictures and a huge robot, that he built up with cigarette packages for building blocks. The robot is almost his height.

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