Photos: Main archive Directorate of Moscow city
of glavarkhiv Moskvy keeps a history in the letters of the hero of the great Patriotic war. In the archival Department had a personal Fund of the participant of the second world war, guards senior Lieutenant Boris Dmitriev, informs “Evening Moscow”.
Specifies that it is about 400 documents, including photographs, materials on conscription for military service and awarding, as well as 192 letters.
the love Story of Boris Dmitriev and Lyudmila Yemelyanova began shortly before the war, when both were in school.
After graduation, Boris was sent by the 2nd Saratov tank school. In December 1942 he was promoted to second Lieutenant, and in April 1943 he had commanded a tank T-34 in a tank brigade of the 3rd Kotelnikovsky guards tank corps. And Lyudmila entered the Moscow aviation Institute.
In the letters of Boris he reminisced about the days spent with Ludmila, and also expressed the hope that soon I can be with her.
In between fights was the long-awaited vacation to Moscow, during which the young people decided to get married. Since then, he calls her his wife, by signing the letters, “Your husband Boris”.
the Last letter of January 21, 1945, ended with the words, “Wait, and I’ll be back!”, 11 of March of that year, already in Germany he was wounded, and after some time died on the operating table.
Boris Dmitrievskiy was posthumously awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR from June 29, 1945 for “exemplary performance of command assignments at the front against the German invaders and displaying courage and heroism”.
In recent years, the Glavarhiva declassified more than 11.5 thousand documents of the great Patriotic war. More than 4.3 thousand cases concern the work of the Moscow regional and city committees of the CPSU, staff of the partisan movement in Moscow region.
these documents speak about protivopoPnom the state of objects, production of defence products in industrial plants, the construction of gasoleros, as well as the work of local antiaircraft defense, and much more.
Earlier in one of the vaults of glavarkhiv Moskvy found nine bundles of documents about the wartime evacuation hospitals.
Declassified documents on the actions of the guerrillas in years, walimskich transferred to the Glavarhiva about 3 thousand documents during the war