New WWII Soviet Army database gives faces to veterans — Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family

Russia will be going all out for the 75th anniversary of WWII’s Allied victory. That benefits anyone who had ancestors or relatives in the Soviet Army during WWII. Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation has created a new database called Memory Road, offering photos of WWII Soviet Army veterans. The database was started in the […]

via New WWII Soviet Army database gives faces to veterans — Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family.

Good information if you researching Russian or Ukrainian who were veterans in World War II who were part of the Soviet military.

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1 Response to New WWII Soviet Army database gives faces to veterans — Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    The Soviets lost a lot of soldiers in WW2, this would be good for the families

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