The Russian press called him "the new Columbus". Someone without any records of paedophilia had no chance of becoming a guardian of young people running away from their family homes. A new wave of criticism hit Nowosielski: it was said that his canvases resembled Modigliani too much and in fact were just “petty drawings with petty figures”. He fitted the account of a 13-day period of actions – written in August 1945 in London – into 5 sheets. The remains of the plane that fell from an altitude of 9,400 meters were scattered over an area of 2,000 square kilometres.
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