New WWII databases reveal amazing information, honoring 75th anniversary of victory — Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family

Coronavirus is not stopping the online celebration of the 75th anniversary of WWII’s victory. Three databases have gone online, in addition to an explosion of soldier photos of men and women who served in the Soviet Army on a WWII database. Those who don’t know Russian are highly recommended to download a language translator app […]

via New WWII databases reveal amazing information, honoring 75th anniversary of victory — Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family

I saw this information last night and hoped she would post something about it.

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1 Response to New WWII databases reveal amazing information, honoring 75th anniversary of victory — Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    So cool they have this for Russians and Ukranians

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