Records about the Great Patriotic War: [handwritten diary with the appendix and maps-schemes] / Vereshchagin Evgeniy Alexandrovich. - 1941-1942. - 1 notebook (77 sheets, in the cover): drawings, newspaper clippings, inserts; 21 cm + application (4 sheets of text, 2 sheets of chart cards). - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. Written handwriting, ink, pencil, text on both sides of each sheet. On the title page before the title verse lines: And the earth with whom he froze together, Forever to fall out of love. On the avant-tipule: dedication - Uncle Zhenya from nephew Roly and Bori; information about the author - Voen. technician 2 r-g Vereshchagin Evgeny Aleksandrovich 1917 year 24-4; name and home address of the mother - Onega, Arkhangelsk region. pr. Uritskogo 179 Vereshchagina Anna Ya. On the cover: Voen. Technician Vereshchagin EA Notes on the war. Electronic version (216 files, 300 dpi, JPEG, 1197.5 MB). Copying by users is not allowed. The diary consists of records about the Great Patriotic War, made by Evgeny Alexandrovich Vereshchagin from June 22, 1941 to June 19, 1942. The text begins with the words: "June 22, 1941 Early morning in a small northern industrial town - the city of nickel, copper, cobalt ... War !!! ... This word from which we have already lost the habit and forgotten, today one of the most pronounced words ... "(author's spelling and punctuation are preserved). The records are irregular, the dates of 1941 and 1942. are interleaved. The diary also includes newspaper clippings, inscriptions with typewritten and handwritten text (letters), leaflets for German soldiers wishing to surrender to the Red Army, there are author's drawings made in pencil. Attached: Staff of the 2nd Battalion of the 290th Artillery Regiment; map schemes: "The defeat of the Germans near Moscow on 6-11 December 1941," "Defense scheme 13.9.1941 - July 1942" (Murmansk region, the area of the Verkhny Verman and Lower Verman Lakes)
1. Vereshchagin, Evgeny Alexandrovich (1917-) - The Diary. 2. Memory of the Great Victory (collection). 3. The people (the collection). 4. The Great Patriotic War - 1941 - 1945 - The Diary.
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Source of electronic copy: PB Place of origin: From private collection