Where did you go?
When it was?
What was your response?
How did he receive you?
Where did they take you?
Where did you headed?
How many days did you walk?
What can you add to it?
Did you escape on your own?
What was Nichkov wearing?
Where else did you get your hair cut?
Were you interrogated by the Germans?
Was the testimony recorded?
Need an interpreter?
What did the Germans do to you?
What else can you tell us?
Under what circumstances?
Have you ever tried to escape from the camp?
Why are you beginning to lie?
Where were you transferred from here?
Did you join the Vlasov Army?
When did you come to Stepan?
Where did you work in this village?
Were you arrested by the Germans?
What were you up to in Forchheim?
Have you changed your last name while in captivity?
Continue with your testimony.
Were you summoned to the police?
What else can you add to this?
When and how did you escape the camp?
Where were you sent for the screening?
Have you served in the German army?
Did you escape from captivity?
Where did they take you after you were captured?
What were you doing while you were a prisoner?
What documents did he give you?
Were you subjected to repression?
What were they asking during interrogations?
Was anyone called in for questioning?
Tell us your life story.
What else did you reveal to the Gestapo?
What else did the Germans ask you?
How, where and when you were captured?
Have you name and surname remain the same?
Where were you taken after the interrogation?
What did you tell the headman about yourself?
Who else was present during the interrogation?
When were you released and by whom?
Where are your parents and relatives?
After this camp, where were you sent to?
Had you signed the protocol of interrogation?
Which one of the Nazi officers spoke to you in particular?
What was the content of the inscription?
Where did the Germans take you from the village?
Where were you after captivity?
Were you in the Vlasov Army?
Were you detained by the Germans on the way here?
Where were you sent from that camp?
Where were you sent from Frankfurt?
Have you arrived with this particular train?
What did you eat on your way here?
Were you interrogated by the Americans?
For what purpose did you go to the headman?
What did they ask you during the registration procedure?
Please continue with your story.
Tell me how the interrogation went.
After serving your sentence, what did you do for a living?
How many times were you questioned by the Germans?
Having obtained the papers, where did you settle?
Where, how were you captured?
What questions did he ask about the comrade?
When were you released from the camp?
Were you questioned by the Germans in this camp?
With whom and when did you break out from the encirclement?
What else can you add to your testimony?
Were you detained anywhere on your way?
How would you like to proceed with your testimony?
Do you need to complete your testimony?
What else do you have to say about Avdeev?
Do you know any German collaborators?
Tell me about your service in the Soviet Army.
What did you do after you were liberated?
Were you interrogated by German authorities?
What did you do in prisoner camps?
When did the second and third escapes occur?
How many times were you interrogated by Germans?
Were you interrogated after they brought you to the camp?
Where did you stay in Sweden and what did you do there?
What other commitments did you make to the Germans?
Did you sign a report after the interrogation?
Who had questioned you and what were the questions?
What was investigated, what were the questions?
Who summoned you for interrogation after your escape?
Do you know the initials of the typist?
Did you meet this commandant often?
Tell me about your work activities.
Make clear the circumstances of your capture.
Tell us about your work activities.
Where did Avdeev stay in Sweden and what did he do?
Where is your party membership card?
What else do you have to add to your testimony?
What was the number of your unit and its commander?
Where did you go after 31th of December 1941?
Tell us in detail how you were captured.
When the Germans took you prisoner, did they question you?
Since when do you know him and how are you involved with him?
When did your first escape from the camp occur?
Tell us about the details of your capture.
Tell us about your service in the Red Army.
What was the camp? Who was in it?
How many times did you escape from the detention?
Under what circumstances were you captured?
Tell us in detail about your first escape.
Were there any meetings or gatherings?
Under what circumstances were you captured?
Where were you when you joined the Committee?
Where were you summoned for interrogation by the officer?
What were you doing in the Stettin-Bredow?
When and by what regional military commissariat were you called up to the Red Army?
Where did the police send you after you were detained?
Why did you escape from the mines and when?
Do you know where the city of Bryansk is located?
What can you add to your testimony?
Tell us about the circumstances of your escape from the camp.
Under what circumstances did you escape from camp?
What would you like to add to your testimony?
Were you subjected to a state examination by the Soviet authorities?
What else can you add to your testimony?
What was the date of your interrogation by a German officer?
Where were you and what did you do after the hospital?
Tell me about your service in the Soviet Army.
Have you worked for Germans in a police department or a gendarmerie?
What else would you like to add to your testimony?
Did any Russian Liberation Army propagandists come to your camp?
What did Avdeev do when he was taken prisoner by the Germans?
How many captives were held like you in this village?
How long were your comrades interrogated?
Do you remember the text of the legal obligation to the Germans?
In which POW camps were you held?
Where were you held after you were released from captivity?
Who can confirm you're a prisoner of war?
Give more details about your time in captivity.
Name the people you saw as prisoners in the German camp.
Tell me about your time in German camp.
What man needed to be accepted as a member of the organization?
What was the period of attendance to the Molotov regional military commissariat?
How many people were sent to Germany?
Tell us about your routine as a prisoner of war.
Under what circumstances were you captured, where and when?
When was the organization established and who ran it?
What else did the non-commissioned officer ask you during the interrogation?
You did not try to escape from the factory?
How many people did the Germans take prisoners with you?
How long were you interrogated by a German officer?
Continue your testimony about your escape
Who had released you? Where and under what circumstances?
Were there any cases of prisoners being beaten?
Have you ever beaten any prisoners?
What testimony did you make to the officer about your comrade?
Tell us about the working and living conditions at the factory.
When and under what circumstances were you taken prisoner?
What weapons were you carrying at the time of capture?
How were you punished for your escape?
How long did you work in Popovka?
What kind of warning did she give you?
Where were you and what did you do after you were captured?
Where were you and what did you do when you were a captive?
In which camps were you held as a prisoner?
On what subject were you interrogated by the camp commandant?
Who was with you in the camps you listed?
Were you interrogated by US military authorities?
Where and in what capacity did you work before you were called up into the Red Army?
Tell us in detail the circumstances of your capture.
Was the German officer satisfied with your answers?
Under what circumstances were you captured by the Germans?
Under what circumstances had your third escape occurred?
Under what circumstances did your second escape occur?
Tell me about the circumstances of Avdeev's escape.
So a German officer interrogated you both together?
How many times were you summoned for interrogation by German officers?
Were there any cases of arrests of members of your organization?
Were you summoned for interviews or interrogations by the Russian Liberation Army?
What were you instructed to do as a member of this organization?
What was the subject of the interrogation?
Where, when and under what circumstances were you captured?
What other suggestions did the Germans make to you during interrogation?
What was the goal of your organization?
Tell us how you had your hair cut in prison camps.
What units did you serve in after you were released?
What road did you take, where did you arrive at and how much time did it take?
In which camp was this card filled out for you?
What courses did you attend while in captivity?
Were you summoned for interrogation in the camps?
What kind of work did you do when you were a member of the Committee?
How did you answer the German officer's questions?
Tell me about the time within enemy lines.
How did the Germans become aware of your connection with the locals?
By what means did you communicate with other members of the Committee?
What parties have you joined in the camps?
Tell us how you got back to the Soviet Union.
Tell us more about the screening procedure.
When and under what circumstances were you captured by the Germans?
Were you beaten by the German officer during interrogation?
Therefore this woman did understand Russian, didn't she?
What were you doing in this village? Name some people you know.
What did you do in this factory and for how long did you stay there?
What military units did you serve in and for what period of time?
When and how many times have you tried to escape from German camp?
Did the Germans know that you were a member of the All-Union Communist Party?
Did you swear allegiance to the Red Army?
Tell us about the time you spent within the territory occupied by the Allies.
Which criteria were used for selection of potential military plant workers?
Why did you return to the station that you had already retreated from?
Where were you and what did you do as a prisoner?
Tell us where you were surrounded and how you escaped.
Where is the girl Pilipenko F.P. now?
Were you questioned at the headquarters of the Forest Brothers after your arrival?
Were you offered any job by the German authorities?
Tell us about the circumstances under which you were taken prisoner by the Germans.
When and where did you join this organization, and who registered you?
Did you change your name while in captivity? Your second name? Patronym?
What did you do when you joined the French forces?
Give evidence about the time you served in the Red Army.
Explain in detail where you were taken prisoner and what you did?
Tell us about the time you spent on the territory occupied by the Allies.
Have the others also had their hair cut?
What was the task of the Сommittee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia?
What did you do while you were stationed with American troops?
Were you asked to join the Wehrmacht or the Vlasov Army?
After you were handed over to the Soviets, where were you assigned?
Did you mention during the screening that you were interrogated by the Germans?
Did you change your initials during the time in German captivity?
List all the camps you were in as a prisoner of war.
Do you know the names of the eleven men you were captured with?
Were there any armed guards on the train transporting you?
Who can confirm the circumstances of your capture by the Germans?
Do you have any symptoms consistent with shell-shock?
Who do you know among the citizens of the Soviet Union as traitors and the enemies of the people?
When, where and under what circumstances were you captured by the Germans?
Tell in detail under what circumstances you were taken prisoner.
How many men have you recruited during your time there?
What camps were you in and what did you do while in German captivity?
When and by which military committee were you drafted into the Soviet Army?
Where did you live and what did you do before you were drafted into the Red Army?
What did the proclamation you read say and who signed it?
Were you interrogated by the Germans anywhere else besides what you stated?
What were you held in concentration camps for as a prisoner of war?
How long were you held captive by the Germans and what did you do during that time?
Were you summoned by the British for interrogations?
How long were you at the disposal of the British authorities?
Were you subjected to any reprisals within enemy lines?
Were there any Permian Komi People among prisoners?
Were you acquainted with any American soldier or officer?
Which school have you attended while staying with the Germans?
What kind of signals did they use, by what means were they transmitted?
Where was the unit that you followed? Where was it sent on a mission?
What punishment did you receive for committing your second escape attempt?
When and by what regional military commissariat were called up to the Red Army?
When, where and under what circumstances were you captured by the enemy?
When and by what regional military commissariat were you called up to the Great Patriotic War?
Tell us what happened to you after you were released by the Americans.
Did the officer who questioned you ask you why you escaped?
Therefore, you were registered by the village chief in Popovka, weren't you?
When you were released by American troops, were you questioned by their representatives?
What clothes did you wear when you went to the country woman you mentioned above?
What was that factory called? What was the name of its owner?
How long were you imprisoned in camps abroad, what did you do there?
Why were you arrested by the German police in Olshany on 31th December 1941?
What did you do to fulfill these obligations to the Germans?
Who was beating you during the interrogation: soldiers or Gestapo officers?
Are you acquainted with any traitors and collaborators?
Under what circumstances were you captured? Tell us about this in detail.
Which camps have you been living in during that time in Germany?
Tell us about your service in the Red Army during the Great Patriotic War.
What conditions were you in when you worked in the 40-man team in Tübingen?
When you were a prisoner of the Germans, were you subjected to repression?
Where on earth did you get this civilian cap, this oily quilted jersey?
Did you wear a uniform up to the point of leaving the encirclement or did you change clothing?
Tell us when and where you had escaped from the Germans for the second time.
Under which unit, division or army were you filtered through the SMERSH organization?
Tell us when, where and under what circumstances you were taken prisoner by the Germans?
How far away were you from Malye Rakishki station when you woke up as the train had stopped?
Have you met Evgeny Lavrentievich Avdeev, who was held in camp 140?
While working in the German infirmary, did you receive a salary and in what amount?
Were you under the command of the British or the Americans after liberation?
Where, when and under what circumstances were you liberated and by whose forces?
During your captivity in which camps were you held and what did you do?
Did you escape or attempt to escape, with whom and how were they prepared?
Tell us about which camps you were held in and what you did there.
Who of the soldiers of the Soviet Army was in the hospital with you on the treatment?
Who did you know of Soviet citizens as traitors and collaborators?
By whom and when were you drafted into the Red Army and to what unit were you assigned?
Tell us about the circumstances of your first escape in August 1941?
What kind of obligation did you give to the Gestapo officers during your interrogation?
Keep telling me about subsequent experiences as a captive of the Germans.
How many kilometers approximately did you walk from Yelnya to the place where you crossed the front line?
Tell us about Avdeev's practical activities at the time when he was an interpreter in Alto.
How did you know that the Stuttgart Gestapo sentenced you to life imprisonment?
Were there no cases of detecting German collaborators at the assembly post in Tübingen?
In addition to the commandant, did you have any connection with any of the other prisoners?
What obligations did you give to the Germans during your imprisonment and interrogations?
Tell us in detail about the circumstances of your second escape from German captivity.
How long were you in that camp, what were you doing and where were you sent to?
What was the name of the organization you joined when you were a prisoner of war in Germany?
Tell us in detail how you managed to escape even though you were guarded by a German convoy.
When you were summoned for interrogation at the Gestapo, what questions did they ask you and what were your answers?
Tell us who was taken prisoner by the Germans together with you, give their initials and addresses.
Tell me what happened to you after you were transferred to the Soviet zone of occupation.
Were you interrogated by the German military authorities or by the Gestapo while in German custody?
How long were you imprisoned in Olshany and what did you do afterwards?
Were you interrogated by the Germans during your time in the prison camps?
Tell us in detail about your time as a prisoner of the Germans from the first day of your captivity.
If you reported to the camp commandant in writing, how did you get the document to be signed?
During the first and the second screening did you tell that you gave the Germans an obligation?
The investigation believes that testimony about your shell-shock before the capture to be incorrect.
When were you called to the Red Army and what military units did you serve in?
Tell us, where were you and what were you doing after you were handed over to Soviet soldiers?
Tell us how you were enlisted to work in the stokehouse and what were conditions there.
Was the non-commissioned officer aware that you had made your second escape from German captivity?
Tell us about your actual experiences in the service of the Germans as an interpreter.
Give details about your interrogations by Gestapo officers: where, when and what were the questions?
What were the contents of the documents when you were registered to the "Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia"?
Who among your acquaintances were in captivity together with you, and with whom did you escape from captivity?
Where did you do your military service while in the Soviet Army before your German captivity?
Tell us in detail what was the registration procedure you underwent, what questions exactly were you asked, what had you answered.
Did your comrade, who was captured together with you, also escape from the camps?
When you were interrogated after you were captured, did the German officer ask you questions about the Molotov city?
How long were you in prison camps on occupied Soviet territory and where?
Tell me, when and by which party organization you were accepted as a candidate for the Communist Party of the Soviet Union?
Where and for how long were you living in the territory occupied by American troops?
What date were you at Yelnya in September and how long did you walk to the place where you had crossed the front line?
After you were handed over by the British or Soviet troops to the Soviet authorities, have you been interrogated?
How many times were you interrogated by police and Gestapo organs while in concentration camps?
Tell us under what circumstances and as a member of which unit you were taken prisoner by the Germans.
Did you remember the Russian interpreters or the Gestapo officers who interrogated you?
Tell us when, where, and under what circumstances you joined the "Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia"
You could not avoid working for the Germans since you gave them an obligation. Tell about this truthfully and in detail.
So when you woke up after a shell-shock under a pine tree you were sure that only the Germans could help you?
Tell us in detail where, when, and under what circumstances you were captured by the Germans. When exactly was that?
During your time as a prisoner of the Germans, did you serve in the German Army, the Russian Liberation Army, the German police, and any rescue units?
When you were taken to the Gestapo, were you interrogated there? If you were interrogated, what was your testimony?
Who do you know from the medical or service personnel of the Molodechno hospital? Proceed with your testimony.
You are not telling the truth. You could not have walked from Yelnia to Glukhov in 12 days. Tell us where and how you left the encirclement.
So you voluntarily defected to the enemy with your rifle and ammunition, and surrendered without any resistance?
Did you do the right thing in surrendering to the Germans on 24th of JUly 1941 under the circumstances you mentioned and in possession of a gun?
Tell us what you were doing and where you lived in Western Europe after you were released from German captivity. How did you get to Gorky city?
Did you do the proper thing when you testified during interrogation by the Gestapo about the location of the industry objects in the town of Krasnokamsk given that this information was irrelevant to the accusation?
During the interrogation on 28th August of 1945 you testified that before you were captured you were shocked by an explosion wave of a shell that exploded not too far away from you. How did it come that you stayed unharmed?