- Posted by rusgen
- On August 2, 2019
- Family reunion, found, missing person, podolsk, Soviet, ww2
Our humble research work ended in a success this week. The military archive documents which we provided helped our client to quickly find a aunt and uncle who never knew about each other for 70+ years.
The families are in 3 countries on 2 continents and found each other, with our help.
“We has been searching for you for our whole life” — “We too”…
What we did — after searching the public databases we located the potential person of interest, contacts with whom were lost in the WW2, for whom we first found the 1985 Soviet medal card (which meant he survived the war and was alive in 1985) and then the officer registry card for his WW2 service, which included the data on three children he had. Both cards were found in the Central Archive of the Ministry of Defence, Podolsk, Russia. Those children found each other using Facebook and other social networks themselves quite easily.
They learned about each other a few days ago.
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