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Tim of Aclea

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PostSubject: Colonel V.Z.Stepanoff   Sat 22 Dec 2012, 14:27

My wife, Clare, and I were wandering around Brompton cemetery while waiting for an event at Earls Court when we came upon an intriguing grave stone of a Colonel in the 'Soviet Forces' who died in February 1918. The only thing I could find about him was that he was a military attache. Possibly he died while in London of some illness, could have been Spanish flu but I speculate. His death was before the Treaty of Brest Litovsk took the Russians out of the Great War.
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