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Members of the military-patriotic club “Sokol” of Yakutia visited the places of military glory of the Smolensk region. The main purpose of the trip was to visit the mass grave, in which the remains of a fellow countryman of young patriots, the Red Army soldier Nikolai Matveyevich Alexandrov, were reburied.

A native of the Kirovsky nasleg, Sergeant Aleksandrov Nikolai Matveyevich, born in 1910, died on January 22, 1942. His remains were discovered by the search engines of the Nadezhda detachment and solemnly reburied in the Temkinsky district of the Smolensk region on the Field of Memory in the village of Ovsyanniki along with the remains of 265 Soviet soldiers. The data of the Red Army man could be established from the Red Army book.

The guys did a lot in the region to find the relatives of the deceased compatriot. As a result, it was possible to establish a biography and find the grandchildren of the Red Army. Having visited the mass grave, the Yunarmeys were given the personal belongings of Nikolai Alexandrov, found by the search engines next to the remains.

The Yunarmeys also received the task of finding the relatives of another fellow countryman. Searchers recently discovered the remains and were able to read the data of the soldier’s medallion of Sergeant Mishkarudny Philip Zakharovich. He was drafted by the Aldan RVK of the Yakut ASSR on August 13, 1941.

The Yunarmeys managed to visit the memorial places of the heroic death of Yakut soldiers thanks to the victory in the direction of “Preserving historical memory” of the Presidential Grants Fund. This trip will forever remain in the memory of young patriots.

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