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Nikitin Vasily Mikhailovich was born in 1901, in city of Ryazan, living to the address street Pozhalostina, house № 26. Private soldier. Last place of service, a department of completion of 61 Armies. It is killed (K.I.A.) March, 28, 1942.

Please help! :unsure: ?Somebody can tell about destiny and awards of my grandfather? :rolleyes:

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This will require someone going to the archives, knowng what they are doing, and doing the research. There are researchers who can do this (though these days its seems there are severe problems, of whatever cause). You can try these researchers, but working from only a name won't be easy.

Only for officers will there be any sort of service record. And I suspect that for such an early and low-ranking casuslty there would be almost no trace, unless (perhaps) he was awarded a decoration of some sort.

See http://gmic.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=13330 and read Dave's PDF.

Sorry.

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