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Some help with a russian woman

Article about: Hello, I need your help for this photo. I see a "sub-Lieutnant" (Младший лейтенант),

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    Hello,
    I need your help for this photo.

    I see a "sub-Lieutnant" (Младший лейтенант), I can not determine the specialty, medical, military logistic?
    I see she's wearing badges injury (2 serious, 1 small), the order of the red star.

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    Here is the text I narrive not read everything, a Russian speaker could help me?



    В дни Отечественной войны в районе города ... станция ... Германия 4 апреля 1945 г

    In the days of World War II in the city ... station ... Germany April 4, 1945


    So the questions: what specialty and where?

    thank you
    Last edited by Boudionovka; 03-12-2013 at 11:49 PM.

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    The City name starts with "W" and it looks to be something like "Wormdent" and the station "Oien", "Open". Remember that Cyrillic/Russian can be a little tricky when used for writing words written in Latin letters. Maybe a German or other members can help here?

    Now we are talking about Russian women here is a pic of me and my wife It's some years old.

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    Regards, Lars

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    Hi,
    The shoulder straps seems close : medical, veterinary or justice.
    Can be a good shoulder straps of scann help us because I think it is a insignia.

    Late, my congratulations to Datrus for her wedding !!!!

    Philippe

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    Thank you Philippe The pic is a few years old now, but we both look much the same LOL Btw she is also a WW2 enthusiast She is not a collector but have made many interviews with veterans.

    Regards, Lars

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    Hi,
    Very interesting. I'm looking for articles, testimonials from veterans.
    Do not hesitate to contact me by PM.
    Philippe

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    Il faut contacter Svetlana Alexievitch, elle a des centaines de documents non exploités

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    Lars, why weren't you smiling?? I guess wedding is a funeral of sorts

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    what a cracker you lucky man Lars.

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    I know it's off topic LOL


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    Regards, Lars

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    Well, well boy !I have perhaps found the city : Wormditt, near Koenisberg.

    Lars have wrotte :

    ""The City name starts with "W" and it looks to be something like "Wormdent" and the station "Oien", "Open".""

    is not so far.

    The February 11, 1945 Wormditt was occupied by the Red Army. In comparison with other cities of East Prussia, the city was destroyed less, the city remained almost intact.

    The good place to have an hospital (the girl it's perhaps feldscher).
    Last edited by Boudionovka; 03-13-2013 at 10:58 PM.

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