Krasnolutskaya, Ninel Viktorovna. Sign "To the inhabitant of besieged Leningrad" and certificate to the sign
Krasnolutskaya, Ninel Viktorovna. Sign "To the inhabitant of besieged Leningrad" and certificate to the sign: [selection of materials]. - Electronic data (4 files, JPEG: 5.7 MB). St. Petersburg: Presidential Library, 2015. - Access Mode: Presidential Library Internet Portal. Title from the accompanying document. Users are not allowed to copy. The selection of materials includes: photo of the sign " A resident of besieged Leningrad "and a certificate to the sign of Krasnolutsky Ninely Viktorovna. The sign "Resident of besieged Leningrad" is a round medal (brass, diameter 27 mm); on the obverse - an image of a broken ring against the background of the Main Admiralty, a tongue of flame, a laurel branch and the inscription "900 days - 900 nights"; on the back side there is a hammer and sickle and the inscription "To the inhabitant of besieged Leningrad" . With the aid of an ear and a ring, the sign is attached to a rectangular metal block, enameled in the color of the ribbon of the medal "For the Defense of Leningrad". Certificate to the sign: № С-1566. The document is filled with blue ink, certified by the stamp of the Executive Committee of the Smolninsky District Council of People's Deputies of the city of Leningrad. The badge was awarded on June 7, 1990. Location: From a private collection. - Krasnolutskaya Ninel Viktorovna (born in August 3, 1931 in Leningrad) - during the blockade from September 8, 1941 to January 27, 1944, she was in Leningrad. Veteran of World War II, has state awards
I. Krasnolutskaya, Ninel Viktorovna (1931 -). 1. Krasnolutskaya, Ninel Viktorovna (1931-) - Documents and materials. 2. The memory of the Great Victory (collection). 3. Russia in the faces (collection). 4. The people (collection). 5. Residents of besieged Leningrad - Documents and materials. 6. Great Patriotic War - Heroes and Heroism - 1941 - 1945 - Documents and materials. 7. Siege of Leningrad - 1941 - 1944 - Documents and materials.
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Source of electronic copy: PB Original storage: From a private collection