Archive of the dead in WWII
HBS MemorialThe generalized databank contains information on the defenders of the Fatherland, who died and were missing during the Great Patriotic War and the post-war period.To date, 11.8 million digital copies of documents on irreversible losses of the period of the Great Patriotic War from 35 980 archives of the Central Committee of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, TsVMA, RGVA, GA RF, regional archives of Rosarkhiv and 31 590 passports of military graves of existing military burial sites in and outside the Russian Federation.There are about 26 million records in the HBS (not to be confused With a total of M. Combat losses - 8.5 million.)Comparing information from all these sources will complement and refine the data from the source - front-line reports of losses.In addition, wide access to information about the victims and Disappeared warriors through Internet documentary refutes the falsification of pseudo-historians regarding the number of losses of the Soviet Army during the Great Patriotic War.
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Immortal regimentToday everyone knows what the Immortal Regiment is.
This is when we carry a photo of our relative - a member of the Second World War.But this is only once a year and I would like some kind of continuation.
This site allows you to post information about our veterans.We indicate the dislocation, rank, dates of birth - death. And we see who else fought together.The site also allows you to actively participate in this movement.
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