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Submitted by Cesar Yeudkin

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Category: Translation - German
Approval Date: 7/8/2020 4:06 PM
Family Surname: Dugatkin
Country: Ukraine
Date of Image: 1944
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Which kind of form is it? wich info is possible to learn from it? is possible to know what happened to these people?
Thank's a lot for your help.

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7/13/2020 12:56 AM Dogatkin, Borris, ledig, geboren 26. März 1944 in Lübeck, Staatsangehörigkeit: Rußland; Eltern, Vater: Anatolie, geboren am 1. Dezember 1919 in Malino, orthodox, lebt in Lübeck, Mutter: Lydia, geboren am 19. August 1921 in Malino, orthodox, lebt in Lübeck.
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Zugezogen: 1.4.44 (22.4.44), hiesige Wohnung: Torneiweg 34 bei Kleinfeldt, fortgezogen 12.3.45 (18.11.46) ??? nach ??? (unleserlich)

Dogatkin, Borris, unmarried, born 26 March 1944 in Lübeck, nationality: Russia; parents, father: Anatolie, born on 1 December 1919 in Malino, orthodox, lives in Lübeck, mother: Lydia, born on 19 August 1921 in Malino, orthodox, lives in Lübeck.
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Moved in: 1.4.44 (22.4.44), local address: Torneiweg 34 at Kleinfeldt, moved 12.3.45 (18.11.46) ??? to ??? (unreadable)
7/13/2020 12:56 AM Dogatkin, Borris, ledig, geboren 26. März 1944 in Lübeck, Staatsangehörigkeit: Rußland; Eltern, Vater: Anatolie, geboren am 1. Dezember 1919 in Malino, orthodox, lebt in Lübeck, Mutter: Lydia, geboren am 19. August 1921 in Malino, orthodox, lebt in Lübeck.
Rückseite:
Zugezogen: 1.4.44 (22.4.44), hiesige Wohnung: Torneiweg 34 bei Kleinfeldt, fortgezogen 12.3.45 (18.11.46) ??? nach ??? (unleserlich)

Dogatkin, Borris, unmarried, born 26 March 1944 in Lübeck, nationality: Russia; parents, father: Anatolie, born on 1 December 1919 in Malino, orthodox, lives in Lübeck, mother: Lydia, born on 19 August 1921 in Malino, orthodox, lives in Lübeck.
Back side:
Moved in: 1.4.44 (22.4.44), local address: Torneiweg 34 at Kleinfeldt, moved 12.3.45 (18.11.46) ??? to ??? (unreadable)
7/13/2020 3:24 AM Hello Cesar,

to explain, what sort of document this is, it would be helpful to know the source.
The stamp Lübeck was a hint, I found the documents at ITS / Arolsen Archives.

This is some sort of registration card for Lübeck. I didn't find a camp for Torneiweg, it may be that Borris was housed privately.

In the north of Lübeck there was a refugee camp called "Lager Pöppendorf" and it is possible that the document refers to it, yet this camp was erected after the war.

The other card has dates within wartimes - I would assume that the men were detained doing forced labour.

I have found a few articles in German about forced labour workers in Lübeck at wartimes. Perhaps you can read them using "deepl.com"

https://www.ln-online.de/Lokales/Luebeck/Ein-Ehrenmal-fuer-18-000-Luebecker-Zwangsarbeiter

http://www.akens.org/akens/texte/info/36/128.html

http://www.geschichte-s-h.de/zwangsarbeit/

https://geschichtswerkstatt-herrenwyk.de/

Hope you find out more. Good luck and best wishes

Corinna



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