Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route Online Photo Exhibition

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

There is a great man living in Yakutsk. His name is Ivan Negenblya. He is the most honored Yakutia’s aviation worker. His lifetime theme was and still remains Alaska-Siberia World War II Air Route (info on Wiki). He wrote a lot of books on this topic. Besides, he’s got a great amount of historical photographs in his collection.

Currently I and many other friends are helping him to arrange his first international photo exhibition. Thinking to display ~200 archive photographs in Fairbanks, USA. A couple of days ago, I got some scanned pics so to start working on photo materials… and suddenly…

..Another fantastic idea descended upon me. Why not make Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route Online Photo Exhibition? Funny, but I decided not to wait and have already registered the domain www.alaskasiberia.com. Now the website development is the matter of time. Oh, forgot to mention. The major Soviet part of the Alaska-Siberia route went through Siberia’s Yakutia.

Futher, please, see more sample photographs. Here we go!

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route. From Ivan Negenblya s Archive

Will you visit this online photo exhibition, if I would do it? We need your support. Don’t want to feel alone with this idea.

5 Comments on “Alaska-Siberia WWII Air Route Online Photo Exhibition

  1. I would visit such a site and I’d ask my students to visit it, too.

  2. I would not only visit and tell all my friends but I would be more than happy to help with the design of the site! Email me if you are interested in discussing the project.

  3. I have photos taken in 1942 of Lena Makarova and others at Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska. I would appreciate knowing more about her and the other Russians in the photos. My father was in the photos also.

  4. Amazing! You might send me a message via the contact form. I guess, Mr Negenblya will be glad to hear about it.

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