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Some help with Russian hand-writing please...

Article about: Thank you very much. Would it be OK to help with the rubber-stamp on the left? can one identify the prison-camp and maybe what prisoners where there? Thanks.

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    Hi,

    Was wondering if some one has an idea of what this document is? would be nice to know where and why it was issued, 1945?

    Thanks,
    Neil.
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    Hello.

    I don`t know much about your document other than it is a reference after leaving a job.

    The text basically says the following

    Reference to Prudinskiy ( persons name). He worked as a Doctor from 26.01.1945 until 14 06.1945. He was very conciencious to his work and resposibilities

    It is then signed by ( unfortunately i cant read the name properly) by the Director of Personnel Department NKVD USSSR ( UKRAINE)

    Then signed by the head doctor

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    Hi,

    Many many thanks!
    One more thing, please, does it say anywhere what or where he was working at? last job? military or something?

    Thanks,
    Neil.

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    Unfortunately not Niel. The ink stamps are too blurred to read properley so i canīt tell you of any town or place etc. Being signed by the director of NKVD Personnel i presume it would have been a Military doctor

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    Hi,

    Thank you! will try getting larger scans of the stamps.

    Neil.

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    That is not Ukraina,it Uzbekistan(Уз.ССР),city Kokand(Коканд)

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    Thanks, it does help.

    Rgrds,
    Neil.

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    I would say this certificate was issued in NKVD prison, and signed by chief of the prison.

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    May I ask why you think it was issued at a prison, for who and why?

    Thanks,
    Neil.

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    Sure. A title of a person who signed it sounds like--- Chief of ITK NKVD UzSSR. A key point is ITK ["I" - correctional, "T" - labour, and "K" - facility].

    I do not thik a person who recieved this certificate was a prisoner, since before his name is indicated letter "t". It means TOVARISH. In case if he was prisoner there should be "gr." It means GRAZHDANIN. So TOVARISH cannot be prisoner.

    So I think this person was a usual doctor in the prison hospital.

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