Wednesday, May 8, 2013

С днем Победы, Баканов Игорь Иванович!

С днем Победы! Для меня это большой праздник. Я назван именем погибшего в Венгрии в 44-м моего родного дяди, командира "катюши". Его звали Горя Баканов... Вечная память ему и всем погибшим героям 2-й мировой войны.

Добаление от 5/2015 - фото моего дяди с его сестрою Александрой Ивановной Бакановой (Трубиной - моей мамой)) незадоло до окончания училища и отправки на фронт (~1942)

On записан в "Книге памяти: Город Великие Луки и Великолукский Район", Изд-во организационно-методического центра, 1993что легко отыскал на Гугле по фамилии имени и отчеству - Боканов Игорь Иванович:

Книга памяти: Город Великие Луки и Великолукский район - Page 85
Шматовы汀У. А. - 1993 - Snippet view
Баканов Игорь Иванович, мл. лейтенант, р. Великолукский р-н, г. Великие Луки, погиб 29 октября 1944 г., захор. Венгрия, н. п. Надь- Бошом. 

1 comment:

Arvid Trubin said...

Happy Victory Day! This is a very important holiday for me. I was named after my father, who fell in 44 in Hungary, commanding a Katyusha rocket vehicle. His name was Igor (Gorya) Bokanov... Eternal memory to him and to all the fallen heros of the second world war.

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