In the studio, Maria Shukshina reads out a message sent to the pager:
A young man is looking for his girlfriend Diana Dennik, from Kazakhstan.
Andrei Galkin is looking for Julia, whom he met in Grozny in 1996.
The girl's photo was lost, but according to Andrey's descriptions, a portrait of Julia was painted.
Repeat the program of 07.12.1999.
Call from a doctor from Moscow region hospital, which speaks of a patient staying with them with a complete loss of memory.
Asks to help find his relatives.
In the studio, a woman searches for her son Yevgeny Vysokosov (born in 1961).
The woman reached the hospital, but did not recognize her son in the patient.
Interview with the doctor at the hospital.
He speaks of surgical scars and special signs of the patient.
In a studio:
A doctor from the 3rd Infectious Diseases Hospital in Kuryanovo speaks of a patient who called himself Vresh Alaverdyan (born in 1971).
It is known that he lived in Armenia.
Igor Bondarenko (live in Tver) is looking for the girl Lena Vereshchak.
They met in Uzbekistan.
And a young man and a girl from the families of the Russian military.
Tatiana Chulikova is looking for Peter Sikovsky.
Met in the labor camp near Alushta.
Sergei Nikonenko is looking for relatives of his grandfather - Mikhail Dovenkov, who emigrated from Russia in 1921 to the US (via China).
The site in GUM:
Lyudmila Pakhomova is looking for brother Stanislav Pakhomov.
He left home in 1994.
Tamara Martinovskaya is looking for her husband Vadim Martinovsky.
He left home in 1997.
Elena Cherevan is looking for pupils of Proletarskiy orphanage No. 1: Seryozha Malysheva, Valya Khaletskaya, Vera Belova, Zoya Emonova, etc., invites you to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the orphanage.
Olga Kocherzhenko is looking for the son of Alexander Kocherzhenko (born in 1984), disappeared in 1984 in the Krasnodar Territory in the village of Dzhubga.
Elena is looking for her father Vladimir Tretyak (born 1949).
In 1992 he lived in the city of Tynda.
Belgorod region, the village of Valuiki.
Ivan Tkachenko is looking for his relatives from Dnepropetrovsk - sister Tatyana and brother.
He tells how he got into German captivity and was hijacked to Germany.
The camp where he was staying was liberated by the Americans.
After returning home, everyone was sent to work on uranium mines, from where they did not release until 1954.
Ivan Maksimovich said his current family that he was brought up in the orphanage - he was afraid to tell the truth, as he was under the constant supervision of the NKVD.
The military newsreel (1939-1945):
A warning inscription on the barbed wire of the concentration camp (in Russian and German).
Loading of civil captives in railway trains for transfer to the concentration camp.
They lead prisoners along the streets of the city.
Transfer to the concentration camp.
Liberation of prisoners of the camp by Allied troops.
In the studio, Ivan Tkachenko tells how their camp was liberated by US allied forces.
He talks about the attitude of the American allies to the former German prisoners from the Soviet Union.
What happened after coming home to the USSR.
The plot from Dnepropetrovsk:
In the local police station, Tatiana Tkachenko is being searched.
Interview with neighbors Tkachenko.
Tatyana Tkachenko - Ivan's sister was found.
Interview with Tatyana and her daughter.
In the Moscow studio - a meeting of Tatiana and Ivan Tkachenko.
Nikonenko Sergey - actor of theater and cinema, film director, People's Artist of the RSFSR.