Three names are added to the list of Bashkir soldiers, whose remains are discovered in North Korea
The list of Bashkir marines, whose burial places were discovered in North Korea, is expanded up to five. Earlier the news agency “Bashinform” reported about two natives of Chekmagushevski region RB – Zakuan Abdullin and Faizular Rafikov, whose remains were buried in the town of Chongjin. But later it was discovered that other three our compatriots were buried in the same common grave.
Thus, the resident of Yanaulski region RB Paul Lyskov had been recruited in 1942 and sent to the Soviet Pacific fleet. The marine participated in the Soviet-Japanese war of 1945 and in liberation of the town of Seisin from Japanese invaders. In the course of one operation he was deadly wounded.
One more our compatriot Michael Kuchurov from Kugarchinski region RB was a scout of the 335th marine platoon of the Pacific fleet.
For their bravery both soldiers were written for the Red Star Order posthumously.
Alexei Ludzinski was born in Khaibullinsky region RB. He was a gunner of the 335th marine platoon and also took part in the Soviet-Japanese war of 1946, the curator of the project “Calling by Name” (Vladivostok) Galina Shaikova reported.