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Also, from time to time, soldiers found children in the devastated and burnt down villages of the Soviet Union. While there was a directive for them to send such children to established orphanages, still sometimes such boys were simply incorporated into the active combat units
On the September 8 1942 he was found, half-dead, by soldiers from 142nd Guards Regiment, who pretty much saved from inventible death. He was “enlisted” in the regiment since the regiment commander believed (and reasonably so) that the boy had better chances of surviving with them (more or less regular feeding, winter clothing etc) than on its own
there were often occasions of Russian kids fighting in the regular army against the Nazis.
Generally speaking, children were not allowed to join the combat army—but many exceptions were made. Many kids tried to run away from their homes “to the War” but most such cases were eventually captured by military police and returned back to their homes
Disse barn i den røde hær er enkeltilfelle og det fantes ingen offisiell og systematisk bruk av barn i den røde hærn tilsvarende det tyskerne gjorde.