My memories


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Kharitonov, Irina Borisovna (1929-).
My memories / I. B. Kharitonov. - St. Petersburg, 2006 [t. E. 2016]. -70 sheets. -
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At the end of the text is the date: December 10, 2015.
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Memories of besieged Leningrad Irina Borisovna Kharitonova (nee Krutetskoy, born in 1929). On April 8, 1942, Irina Kharitonova was evacuated from Leningrad along the Road of Life to vil. Kobony, then - in Mineral Waters in the North Caucasus. In the evacuation lived in with. Abundant (Stavropol Territory). The text also mentions: Anna Sergeevna Zhemchuzhnikova, the mother of I. B. Kharitonova, during the siege of Leningrad worked at the school; Boris Alexandrovich Krutetsky - the father of I. B. Kharitonova, volunteered for the People’s Militia, went missing, his remains were found by fighters of the "Patriot" search squad near the village of Syandeba, Olonetsky District on July 24, 2015; Maria Arkhipovna Zhemchuzhnikova - grandmother I. B. Kharitonova, died in besieged Leningrad on February 11, 1942, buried at the Bolsheokhtinsky cemetery .
1. Kharitonov, Irina Borisovna (1929-) - Memories, notes, etc. 2. The Memory of the Great Victory (collection). 3. Russia in the faces (collection). 4. The people (collection). 5. Territory (collection). 6. Territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, city (collection). 7. Siege of Leningrad - 1941 - 1944 - Memories, notes, etc. 8. Children - Leningrad, city - 1941-1944 - Memories, notes, etc. 9. Children - Evacuation from Leningrad - Memories, notes and the like.
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