Estonians look for relatives of the Nikolaev fighter pilot who was lost in 1941 ohms near Tallinn

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Voyenno - historical club FRONT LINE tries to find relatives of the deputy commander a destructive regiment of Poltorak Vladimir Fedorovich who was killed in August, 1941 in air battle at defense of the Estonian city of Tallinn. Since 1938 and prior to the beginning of the Great Patriotic War his relatives lived on Volodarsky Street, 13 in the city of Nikolaev, namely parents, the brother and the sister Poltorak Nina Fiodorovna of 1919 year of birth. There now other people live absolutely and about former owners they don't know.

Poltorak Vladimir Fedorovich was born in the city of Odessa on January 28 in 1911. It was awarded the order the Battle Red Flag for participation in the Finnish operation. Poltorak Vladimir Fedorovich's regiment was attached to base of torpedo boats of the Baltic fleet.

According to Podolsk archive Vladimir Poltorak any time was considered as missing person. Now its grave on a military cemetery in Tallinn looks after Estonian voyenno - historical club FRONT LINE - activists which try to find relatives of heroically lost pilot.

It should be noted that voyenno - the historical club asked for the help in the Wait for Me broadcast on which website the relevant information was published.


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