War started for me when Zviad came to power. Many here swore that war was out of the question, Soviet Union would never allow that.
My worst memories are of when we had to go to the neighboring village to sleep at night. It was especially hard because it was winter
The kids stayed behind, they gave me apartments, and I left them all. All five of them. They didn't want to so they didn’t come.
That's where I met Mr, Jaba Ioseliani. He was a regular man. It’s a pleasure to have you part of our group, he said. At first, there were 50 of us.
Before getting out of my father's car, I broke off a small part of the car, for some reason I really wanted to leave a keepsake.
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