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Hello all, 

Is there a website or anything where I can look for this number? It's a order of the Patriotic war with the number 681344

 

Thank you for any tips! 

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To the best of my knowledge there is no website that allows one to find the name of a recipient based on the number on a Soviet order or medal (there are Russian language books that allow one to find the name of HSU and Order of Lenin recipients based on the number).  There are researchers who have contacts at the Russian archives who for a fee will obtain for you the name of the recipient based on t he number and obtain his/her  medal record card and other documents. 

If there is paper work with the order/medal that documents the name of the recipient, then one can obtain the award sheet with citation and the order awarding the order/decoration at http://podvignaroda.ru/?#tab=navPeople_search but be aware that the one must search the website in Russian and that the documents are in Russian.

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