Advice 1: How to find the participant of the great Patriotic war by the name

With the development of information technologies the opportunity to find the participant of the great Patriotic war of 1941-1945 by the name of nearly every Russian citizen. There are special resources to help in the search for missing soldiers and in the health of veterans.
You can find the participant of the great Patriotic war by the name
Instruction
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Try to find the participant of the great Patriotic war by name using one of the themed sites, links to which are located below. To start with you can just be here documents and excerpts from various archives with data on dead and missing during the war, and the fate of those who managed to stay alive.
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Perform a more detailed search, using a special electronic form. Enter in the appropriate fields name, surname and patronymic of a participant of the second world war. If you are aware of additional information, such as years of service and rank available to the soldiers medals, list them too. Even if the initial searches do not succeed, do not despair. The databases on these sites are updated periodically. In addition, try to look for the information about the person using Internet search engines (Google, Yandex, etc.). Simply enter the name and surname of the veteran, and any additional information to get links to sites with information about it.
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You can try to find the participant of the great Patriotic war of 1941-1945 by name using consolidated database "memorial" of the Ministry of defence of the Russian Federation, posted on its website (see link below). There is also a questionnaire to fill in data about the soldier. As a result, you will be able to learn information about the fate of the soldier taken from surviving copies of "Reports of irrecoverable losses". Any obtained data can be useful when conducting further search.
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Contact the recruiting office at the place of recruitment of the participant of the great Patriotic war, to find his name and surname. Write a statement requesting information about the soldier, putting your relationship and everything known about it. Then wait for the response from the military Commissariat.
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If the search still produced no positive results, contact the Central archive of the Ministry of defense, located in Podolsk. Enough to send an email to companies asking for information about the missing participant of the great Patriotic war. After some time, reply with information about the burial place of the soldier or his current place of residence if the veteran is in good health.
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In case of receipt of such answer, as "Died of wounds" or "Died in captivity" without supporting information, you can write a letter to the FSB to request information from the archives either in Military-medical Museum of the defense Ministry, located in St. Petersburg.

Advice 2: How to find information about missing persons in the war 1941-1945

On the eve of great holiday Victory Day, many people are trying to find information about their relatives - veterans, learn about their military careers, awards, etc. Especially difficult to find any information about people who disappeared during the war without a trace.
How to find information about missing persons in the war 1941-1945
You will need
  • Any device that can access the Internet.
Instruction
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Much faster you will be able to find information on missing person, if known not only his name and year of birth, and rank, place of residence.
Go to the website of "memorial" (http://www.obd-memorial.ru/), fill in the window name, name and patronymic, year of birth, and other known information, then click "search". You will see a list of people with the same data, try among them to find the right person, using the column "place of birth".
If you know a lot more about missing than just the name, place and year of birth, use the "advanced search".
Enter, for example, the date and place of recruitment, camp number, place of capture, hospital, etc., click "search". In this case, you most likely will have information about the desired or will notify you that this information in databases no.
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Go to the "Feat of the people" (http://podvignaroda.mil.ru/) at the top of opposite symbols in the form of rewards, choose one of the options: "people awards", "documents", "geography of war". Depending on the selected in the search bar enter either the name and year of birth or document number and date, click "search". If the database information is available, it will open in a new window.
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Go to the "memorial of the great Patriotic war" (http://www.kremnik.ru/) in the upper right corner in the search bar enter the name of the one whose information they want to find, click "search". If not then try to slightly change the search criteria by placing a tick opposite the "one word" or "exact phrase".

Advice 3: 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.
How to find the participant of the great Patriotic war on the Internet
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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).
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