To find information about the missing during the Great Patriotic war relative, visit sites where the database names, names and ranks of soldiers whose remains were found during excavations in different areas of not only our country but also abroad. These lists are constantly updated as the search for unmarked graves are maintained to this day. To check whether the list of your grandfather, greatgrandfather, father, type in the search bar, his name, years of service. If no result, please refer to the publisher website. The most wanted list are compiled separately. Your relative gets there and as soon as we find some information about it, you will be contacted.
Please contact the military-Patriotic clubs that exist in your city. Very often, the participants are taken to help relatives of the war dead heroes. Collect them as much information as possible. Write, birthplace of a loved one, how old he was drafted into the army when and where he supposedly disappeared. Attach a photograph. Most likely, the search engines will assist you. And try to find more information in the archives to which they have access. In addition, if they will conduct excavations in the region, where presumably your grandfather was gone, father, grandfather, all the found remains, they will correlate with the transmitted information.
Let that ищtте missing in the great Patriotic war relative to the program "Wait for me". This project is designed to help those looking for loved ones. Every week with it looking for about fifty people. About thirty percent of them military, fallen on the battlefields. To request a search of your loved one, fill out the form on the program website or by calling the same contact phone number. Provide all the information you have about the missing and send a photo. Leave your details - name and mobile phone number. Once employees transfer anything they find out will contact you.
Any information may help in the search. Look for letters from the front, you will receive a handwriting sample missing. In addition, I read again the old posts, you can see the facts, not previously noticed. For example, the mention of the nearest settlements or the date of sending the last of the envelopes.
Advice 2: How to find the participant of the great Patriotic war on the Internet
With the development of information technology today, anyone can find data on missing or dead during the great Patriotic war relative. This can be done through one of a variety of specially created sites.
Before you start the search, gather about a missing relative as much useful information (name, surname, patronymic, date of recruitment, military rank, old photos, etc.). As practice shows, one name in order to find the veteran, is not enough. Detailed information about the person will not only simplify the search but will increase the probability of achieving a positive result.
The easiest way to find the participant of military operations of 1941-1945, is to resort to electronic databases. Similar resources on the Internet quite a lot and they are all in the public domain. The largest data banks can be attributed to the sites www.podvignaroda.ru, www.obd-memorial.ru, www.pamyat-naroda.ru and www.moypolk.ru. Information for electronic databases produced by volunteers engaged in archaeological excavations in places of warfare, as well as those who by the nature of its activities or otherwise relevant to veterans (social workers, law enforcement officials and medical personnel). Information about the participants of the second world war is constantly updated and supplemented, so it makes sense to search for the missing man using electronic databases several times a month. To begin your search, you need to enter in the search his name and date of birth. All the other information that was able to learn before starting the search specified in the extended profile.
If the search for the largest databases did not yield results, look for a man who disappeared during the great Patriotic war, in memory books. They contain information about the dead in wartime people whose remains have been found during the excavations and identification. Such thematic resources include the following sites: rf-poisk.ru Otechestvo.of the Russian Federation and soldat.ru.
Also in search of VOV can be useful e-library that contains the old wartime Newspapers and memoirs (oldgazette.ru, www.rkka.ru) or the archives, where documents related to the hostilities (www.archives.ru, www.rusarchives.ru, archive.mil.ru , rgvarchive.ru , rgaspi.org and rgavmf.ru).