In the war years, Ekaterina Grigoryevna was engaged in the production of shells. After her brother died at the front, she came to the draft board and asked for the front line.

So she began to serve in an observation post. By the sound of the motor, Ekaterina Grigoryevna learned to identify enemy bombers.

Letters to Ekaterina Grigoryevna can be sent to the address 111020, Moscow, st. Borovaya, 3/1.

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The project #Post-Victory contains the stories of those who survived the siege of Leningrad, signed on the walls of the Reichstag, who hid Soviet soldiers escaping from concentration camps.

With the help of the project #Post-Victory, anyone can write letters to veterans whose stories of wars and victories will be told over the next months.

Letters sent to the editorial office of the channel will be transmitted to all veterans.