And the name remained on the map / M. Efimov, head of the sector of the history of the Russian fleet of the TSVMM, retired 1st rank captain. - -. - Access mode: Internet portal of the Presidential Library. Users are not allowed to copy. The article by M. Yefimov, head of the Russian fleet history sector of the Central Naval Museum, "And the name remained on the map", published in " To the 35th anniversary of the Victory "of the newspaper" Worker Kronstadt ", dedicated to the polar explorer, captain-lieutenant V. A. Radzeevsky. - Radzeevsky Viktor Alexandrovich (1910-1944) - Arctic captain-researcher and hydrograph, Honorary polar explorer of the USSR. In 1940, for services to the development of the Northern Sea Route, he was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor. At the beginning of World War II he volunteered for the front, served in the Baltic Fleet in the minesweeper division - drove convoys and individual ships between Kronstadt and Lavensari. In 1943, the team of V. A. Radzeevsky conducted 18 convoys and 11 separate ships. For courage and dedication awarded the Order of the Patriotic War I degree (1944). Captain-Lieutenant V. A. Radzeevsky died while performing a combat mission in the flagship cobrable of the minesweepers' division on September 8, 1944 // Worker Kronstadt. - № 12 (January 26). - 1980
1. Radzeevsky, Victor Alexandrovich (1910-1944). 2. The people (collection). 3. Russia in the faces (collection). 4. The memory of the Great Victory (collection). 5. Territory (collection). 6. Territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, city (collection). 7. World War II - Heroes and Heroism - Leningrad Region - 1941-1945. 8. Polar explorers - USSR.
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