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wait me (2009) 06/22/2009

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Anchorperson: Igorj Kvasha, Mariya Shukshina

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June 22, 2009, 68 years after the start of the Great Patriotic War and 64 years after our Victory, the search continues for all those who did not return from this war.

The program’s website contains almost 100,000 letters from those whom the war has separated from relatives and friends, from their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and there are still responses, and people are still there, and letters continue to arrive.

Filming in Grigoriopol: Natalia Kirillovna Burenkova is looking for information about her brother.

The program staff managed to find out that Vladimir Kirillovich Arkan, born in 1921, was captured three days after the start of the war, in 1941 he was in the camp near Witzendorf, in 1943 the camp ceased to exist, since all the prisoners died of typhoid and famine. V.K. Arkan died on September 21, 1941 and was buried in Witzendorf together with 16,000 compatriots.

Video letter for N. Burenkova from Germany from the burgomaster Witzendorf.

The studio declared a minute of silence.

Wife is looking for a husband: Otar Aikoyevich Kokoev, born in 1944, disappeared on August 22, 2006 in North Ossetia on the way to Vladikavkaz.

Olga Andreeva is looking for an uncle: Vladimir Nikolaevich Privezentsev, born in 1960, in 1968 his father met him in one of the orphanages of the Moscow Region.

Roman Anikin is looking for a friend and girlfriend: Sergey Malchenko, b. 1982, served together in Shali (Chechen Republic); Vitalina, met in 2006 in the train "Kharkov - Sverdlovsk".

Maria Demkina is looking for a friend of her youth, police lieutenant Sergei Mikhailovich Buglo from Kemerovo, whom she met in 1984 in Kaluga.

Videos from Sergey with memories of acquaintance and relationship with Masha.

Meeting in the studio.

Search by photos:

Shahlar Sultanov, 6 years old, was lost on April 4, 2009 in Makhachkala near the Central Department Store, near the market.

Vachagan Asatryan, 8 years old, disappeared March 22, 2008 in the village of Arapi, Akhuryan District, Armenia; relatives assume that the child has been abducted and taken abroad.

Vladimir Zakozurnikov, 17 years old, disappeared in October 2008 in the city of Kaltan, Kemerovo Region, according to unverified data, he may be in the Khabarovsk Territory.

Maria Kuznetsova, 15, was detained by the police in 2004 at the Raevka station in Bashkiria, at that moment could not give her last name or place of residence; is in a boarding school.

Vyacheslav Borovikov, 27, went on vacation to Khakassia; on August 13, 2004 he disappeared under unclear circumstances in the village of Borets, Shirinsky District.

Nikolai Kalinovsky, born in 1961, disappeared June 10, 1988 in Novoyavorovsk, Lviv region, Ukraine.

Alexander Alekseevich Ostankov (or Astana), 46 years old, July 26, 2006 went to the apple harvest in the Krylovsky nursery of the Novoussmansky district in Voronezh, disappeared under unclear circumstances.

Александр Гаас, фотография сделана в мае 1941, в этом же году его семью выслали из Ростовской области в Казахстан; 5 августа 1942 Саша со старшим братом Andrei left the village of Chultaktau (now Karatau) of the Dzhambul region, Andrei was found in 1954, there is no information about Alexander.

Relatives are looking for the Manglitz family, the connection with which was interrupted during the Second World War, in the picture is Victor, Vasily, Ivan and Olga.

An unknown man with a memory loss in May 2009 was found at a train station in Miass, Chelyabinsk region; he himself assumes that from Yekaterinburg, with him were glasses, a clothesline and a small amount of money.

Yulia Solominskaya, 1982, p., Left home in April 2009, was 7 months pregnant.

Anna Sergeyevna Kolosova is looking for her father: Sergey Vladimirovich Kolosov, date of birth 07/04/1967, parted after the parents divorced and the father moved to the Kaliningrad region; later correspondence ensued, but it lasted only a year, the father’s address was lost.

Filming in the village of Dalnee-2: Sergey talks about life in the Sverdlovsk region, about returning home and working on the farm.

Meeting in the studio.

Zoya Vasilievna Kolosova is looking for Anatoly's brother, with whom she was lost during the evacuation during the Second World War; the name of the mother Alexander Ilyinichna Svirin, the name of the father Vasily Vasilyevich Kolosov.

Lyubov Ivanovna Sergeeva is looking for a brother: Anatoly Ivanovich Ivanov, born in 1950, disappeared on November 30, 2008 in the Vologda Region.

Yuri Alexandrovich Dunaytsev is looking for classmates for school number 29 in Kirovabad, Azerbaijan, graduated in 1972.

The son is looking for a mother: Elena Ivanovna Baran (Perchik), born in 1956, in 2004 she left for work in Russia and disappeared; in 2007, allegedly was in Nizhny Novgorod.

Alexey Alekseevich Anisimov is looking for his son: Dmitry Alekseevich Anisimov, born in 1984, disappeared on September 16, 2008 in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.

Anatoly Ignatievich Denisov is looking for his brother Nikolai, who was lost in 1943, was shot in the arm during the shelling, allegedly in a concentration camp in the Baltic States.

The story of Alexander Ivanovich Kostin, 87-year-old veteran of the Great Patriotic War, a participant in the defense of Moscow, the builder, architect and artist.

In 2003, he went on home leave to Kem.

Upon returning home to Uzbekistan, he was robbed, so he ended up in Moscow without money and documents.

Not wanting to cause problems to the family, he simply told them that he had been robbed, that he was beaten up in the basement with homeless people and, probably, he was no longer destined to see him.

For almost a year he lived at the Paveletsky railway station in the waiting room, then he ended up in a shelter near Moscow.

The staff of the shelter applied to the migration service and to the embassies of Russia and Uzbekistan so that the veteran could be helped to restore the documents and confer citizenship of one or another country, but it was all to no avail (say the head of the department of the center for social adaptation Natalya Belokobylskaya and the social worker Vitaly Kozelsky).

All this time, the family did not forget Alexander Ivanovich, they continued to search for him.

Videopismo from Uzbekistan from grandchildren and other relatives.

Meeting in the studio.

In the preparation of the program used the documentary chronicle of the war years.

Calendar

1941-1945

Locations

Moldova [145] Germany [84] Kaliningrad region [778] Moscow region [788] Uzbekistan [236]

Family; International cooperation; Veterans