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Did the War End? Ep. 3: Escaping Mariupol – Max’s Story

by Anastasiia Lapatina and Agatha Gorski and Catarina Buchatskiy June 16, 2022 12:26 AM 1 min read
“Did the War End?” is the Kyiv Independent’s podcast that brings together three young Ukrainians exploring what it means to be a nation at war, speaking with experts and everyday Ukrainians to help them answer pressing questions. (Illustration: Karolina Gulshani)
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Throughout Russia's war, Ukrainians all over the country have shown remarkable courage, be it to help a stranger or save their loved ones.

In this episode of our podcast “Did the War End?” we hear from one of those Ukrainians — Max — who drove from Kyiv to Mariupol in the middle of March to evacuate his family. Not once — but twice.

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