Constantine's letter to his wife Matveye Maximova Serafima Fedorovna Maximova.August 15, 1942

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Maximov, Konstantin Matveevich (Engineer Lieutenant Commander; 1915-1943).Constantine's letter to his wife Matveye Maximova Serafima Fedorovna Maximova.August 15, 1942 - Kronstadt, August 15, 1942. -1 sheet (paper).-Access: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.Handwritten ink.Electronic version (2 files, JPEG: 0,8 MB).users copying is not allowed.Constantine's letter to his wife Matveye Maximova Serafima Fedorovna Maximova.Text of letter begins with the words: "Simulka !!! For the past 6 days, as I have on the native land, the Soviet ..." (author's spelling preserved).Before the text of the date and place: Aug. 15, 1942, Kronstadt.The letter is written on yellowed sheet on both sides, in purple ink.- Maksimov Konstantin Matveevich (1915-1943) - Engineer Lieutenant Commander, Commander-5 warhead submarine "Sch-406".He graduated from the Faculty of diesel Higher Naval Engineering College named after Dzerzhinsky in 1939, was sent to the submarine forces of the Baltic Fleet.Since the beginning of World War II served as CU-5 commander of the submarine "Sch-406".For successful performance of combat missions, was awarded the Order of Lenin Command (08.15.1942), for the courage and dedication was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War I level (11.10.1942).When performing a combat mission June 1, 1943 the crew of the submarine "Sch-406" was killed in a bombing of the boat in the German minefield.I. Maximov, Seraphim Fedorovna (1918-2001) .1.Maximov, Konstantin Matveevich (1915-1943) - Correspondence.2. Maksimov, Seraphim Fedorovna (1918-2001) - Correspondence.3. The memory of the Great Victory (collection).4. People (collection).5. Russia in the people of (the collection).6. The Great Patriotic War - Letters from the Front - 1941 - 1945. 7. Submariners - Participation in World War II - 1941 - 1945.BBK 63.3 (2) 622,11yu14BBK 68.531.111 (2) -243d.yu14an electronic copy of the source: from private collectionThe storage location of the original: From the private collection
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