Notice of the death of Dukhin Yakov Vladimirovich

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Notice of the death of Dukhin Yakov Vladimirovich / People’s Commissariat of Defense of the USSR, Siberian Military District, Kyshtovsky District Military Commissariat.- 1944. -1 sheet, paper.-Access mode: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.The notice is presented on the form of the established sample, made by typographic method, the text is entered by hand.On the form: USSR - NPO.Siberian Military District, Kyshtovsky District Military Commissariat.On the flip side is a fragment of the newspaper Kolkhoz Way.1942, No. 68 (617) (October 2).Electronic version (2 files, JPEG: 3.8 MB).Copying by users is not permitted.The notice of the death of Dukhin Yakov Vladimirovich No. 700 was compiled by the Kyshtovsky District Military Commissariat on April 13, 1944. From the text of the document: "... Captain Dukhin Yakov Vladimirovich, a native of the Polesie region ... in the battle for the Socialist Motherland, loyal to the military oath, showing heroism andcourage, was killed on February 10, 1944 ... the village of Zarudenie of the Lyadsky district of the Leningrad Region was buried ... "Below is the signature: captain Ognev, Rayvoenkoy.- Dukhin Yakov Vladimirovich (1920-1944) - a native of the village of Yurevichi, Polessky region (Belarus).He lived with his family in Leningrad.Before the start of World War II he served in the army with the rank of senior political instructor.During the war years he served in 86 infantry divisions, received the rank of captain.He died on February 10, 1944, was buried in the village of Zarudenie, Lyadsky district, Leningrad region (from Pskov region on 08/22/1944).In 1955, reburied fallen soldiers from the territories of the villages of the former Lyadsky district were carried out in the village of Lyady in a mass grave where a memorial was erected.I. Dukhin, Yakov Vladimirovich (1920-1944).II.Siberian Military District.Kyshtovsky District Military Commissariat. 1.Dukhin, Yakov Vladimirovich (1920-1944) - Documents and materials.2. The memory of the Great Victory (collection).3. The people (collection).4. Russia in persons (collection).5. The Great Patriotic War - Human losses - 1941 - 1945 - Documents and materials.BBK 63.3 (2) 622.88y1Source of electronic copy: BOPOriginal storage: From a private collection
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