| The Hot War |
POD: November, 1950
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Occupation:||Prison camp guard|
|Military Branch:||Red Army|
Nadezhda Chukovskaya was one of the guards at the Soviet prison camp where Luisa Hozzel and Trudl Bachman were taken in 1951 during World War III. Like the rest of the guards, Chukovskaya enjoyed tormenting the German prisoners. When Hozzel complained about the cold winter of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Chukovskaya told her about Kolyma, where prisoners might be forced to sleep in tents without heat as punishment. Later, she offered better food and other such favors, to Hozzel if Hozzel paid for it with sex, an offer Hozzel was able to tactfully decline.