Letter commander of the military unit 457 Eugenia Popova Nikitichna


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Letter commander of the military unit 457 to Nikitichna Eugenia Popova: response to a query about the fate of her husband.- 3 May 1943. -1 sheet (paper).-Access: Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.Handwritten, purple ink, writing text on one side of the notebook sheet in line.Electronic version (2 file, 300 dpi, JPEG, 2,1 MB).users copying is not allowed.Letter commander of the military unit 457 to Nikitichna Eugenia Popova.Text of the letter: "Eugene Nikitichna 03/05/43 In your written request about the fate of your husband Popov Ivan Dmitrievich regret to inform that in December 1942, he died in a combat mission you will receive an official notification from the headquarters in / h 00126 g!... Belomorsk. I shake your hand. The Commissioner of the 457 (signature illegible) "(author's spelling preserved).- Popov, Ivan D. (1912-31.12.1942) - a veteran of World War II.Born in 1912 in the village Kotovsky Koftolskogo village council, Nyandomsky District, Arkhangelsk Region.From 1930 to 1942 he worked in Shalakushskom lestranhoze Sevtransles trust, while he studied by correspondence at the Leningrad Forestry Academy.SM Kirov.Since 1938 - a managerial job in the apparatus Shalakushskogo lestranhoza, was the deputy Nyandomsky District Council of People's Deputies (first convocation).In May 1942 he was appointed Head of Production and Technical Department of the trust "Sevtranles".At a special railway accounting and was booked at December 31, 1942, but, despite this, he volunteered for the front.Died 31 December 1942 in the battle against the German-Finnish aggressors.Place of death and burial is still unknown.Information provided by the granddaughter - Margarita Popova.- Popov (nee Fedotova.) Nikitichna Eugenia (1912-1965) - the wife of a veteran of World War II, Popov Ivan Dmitrievich.After her husband's death in the spring of 1943, he handed over all the household savings to build the tank.In the family archives preserved Government telegram "with gratitude Popova EN for the care of the armored forces of the Red Army", signed by Stalin.I. Popov, Evgeny Nikitichna (1912-1965) .1.The memory of the Great Victory (collection).2. The Great Patriotic War - Letters from the Front - 1941 - 1945.BBK 63.3 (2) 622yu14electronic copy Source: PBThe storage location of the original: From the private collection
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