Mass grave of Soviet soldiers who died in 1944 in the village of Lyady, Plyussky district, Pskov region


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Mass grave of Soviet soldiers who died in 1944 in the village of Lyady, Plyusky district, Pskov region [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo].- Lyady, Pskov region, [1970s - 1980s].- Photo printing, black and white.-Access mode: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.Information about the photo from the accompanying document.Location: s.Lyady (Pskov region).Electronic reproduction (1 file, JPEG: 3 MB).Copying by users is not permitted.In 1955, in the Pskov region, reburials of fallen Soviet soldiers from the territories of 43 villages of the former Lyadsky District to the village of Lyady were carried out.A mass grave was built opposite the village hospital building, in which the remains of 421 soldiers are buried, including 25 officers, 377 sergeants and soldiers, 17 partisans.A monument was erected on the grave - a large white stone with a commemorative inscription, crowned with a symbolic image of the Order of the Patriotic War, in the fence.- Dukhin Yakov Vladimirovich (1920-1944) - a native of the village of Yurevichi, Polessky region (Belarus).During the war years he served in 86 infantry divisions.He died on February 10, 1944, was buried in the village of Zarudenie, Lyadsky district, Leningrad region (from Pskov region on 08/22/1944).1. The people (collection).2. The memory of the Great Victory (collection).3. Territory (collection).4. Territory of Russia: Pskov region (collection).5. The Great Patriotic War - Perpetuation of memory - Pskov region - 1941 - 1945 - Photos.6. Documentary photographs.BBK 63.3 (2) 622я611BBK 63.3 (2Ros-4Psk) 633-7y611Source of electronic copy: From a private collectionOriginal storage: From a private collection
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