Family of Y. V. Dukhin.[1940-1941

Family of Y. V. Dukhin.[1940-1941: the photo].- [Leningrad, 1940-1941].- Photo printing, black and white.-Access mode: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.Title from the accompanying document.On the back there is an ink inscription: 1940-1941.Electronic reproduction (2 files, JPEG: 1.6 MB).Photo of the family of Yakov Vladimirovich Dukhin, from left to right: top row - Zalman Aizikovich (1912-1941 (?) Elena's husband), Elena (sister), Jacob, Arkady (brother);bottom row - Michael (Claudia’s husband) with his son Vladimir, Rebekah (mother), Claudia (sister) with his son Gennady.Copying by users is not permitted.Zalman Aizikovich - surgeon, during the Great Patriotic War was the head of the field hospital.He died in Ukraine allegedly in October 1941. Arkady went missing in the battles of World War II.Women and children of the Dukhin family were evacuated from Leningrad in the summer of 1942 to the village of Kyshtovka, Novosibirsk Region.Returned to Leningrad in 1944 - Dukhin Yakov Vladimirovich (1920-1944) - a native of the village of Yurevichi, Polesie 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.1. Dukhin, Yakov Vladimirovich (1920-1944) - Photos.2. The memory of the Great Victory (collection).3. The people (collection).4. Russia in persons (collection).5. The Great Patriotic War - Heroes and heroism - 1941 - 1945 - Photos.6. Residents of besieged Leningrad - Photos.7. Documentary photographs.8. Portrait photographs.BBK 63.3 (2) 621-8a611Source of electronic copy: BOPOriginal storage: From a private collection
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