Fraternizations of Russians with Germans: frontline stories from Kreva and its surroundings
Fraternizations of soldiers of the Russian army with the German military became widespread after the February Revolution. Most often, it all came down to meetings on neutral territory in order to exchange things of a soldier's life. Sometimes such meetings were used by enemy intelligence and propagandists.
Al Kelly. A comedian from Kreva who made US presidents laugh until they cried
On November 25, 1904, Abram Kalisz, a Jew from Kreva, known worldwide as Al Kelly, sailed from Europe with his parents to New York.