They carried with them underground literature, newspapers, How the camp committees, and even mines and weapons. Former vrangelevets evacuated to the Crimea in 1920, II Trojan completely broken with its past. Member of the Civil War in Spain, a member of the French Communist Party, he used reputation as a brave, ready to carry out any task of the underground. In May 1944, when the next military assignment was arrested by the Gestapo Trojan. Two Soviet prisoners of war who had escaped from the camp, Lt. VK Taskin and IF common Fomichev, by Michael Gaft were flown to Paris and first lived here illegally in the apartment of a Russian emigre PA Elias, and then joined the underground work.
M. Gaft and helped squad G. Keoland understood the implications. Ponamoreva. More example of a joint struggle of the Russian emigre and Soviet POWs. In 1943 the small island of Oleron has been transformed by the Nazis in the fortified area became part of the so-called Atlantic Wall. The number of its Garrison reached two thousand soldiers and officers. It so happened that on the heavy work of building fortifications and artillery batteries servicing the German High Command used the Soviet POWs, as well as forcibly hijacked by Soviet citizens.
That is one courageous group was formed, headed by Vladimir Antonenko – Soviet boy from Mozyr. He was then 20 years. In an underground group also were Russian immigrants, VL Andreev and VB Sosinsky. Heroes of the operation was able to brave – the eyes of the Germans had blown up a large ammunition dump.