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Contents • • • • Life and career [ ] Mrozovskaya's brother, Vladimir Pavlovich Mrozovsky, was a mechanical engineer and painter, and her uncle, [], became the military from 1915 to 1917. Mrozovskaya herself was originally a teacher and sales clerk. She studied photography at the Russian Technical Society, finishing in 1892, and then continued her studies with in Paris.

Returning to, she opened a studio there in 1894. In the 1920s, she was living in, a district of St. She died in 1941 in, another district of St. Photography [ ] Mrozovskaya's subjects included,,, and other artists, writers, and actors of the time.

Her photos of the interior of the, taken beginning in 1896, are among the earliest recordings of the conservatory, and in 1897 she was named its official photographer. She won a bronze medal at the and a silver medal at the in Paris, and participated as well in the. Collections and exhibits [ ]. Princess Olga Orlova at the 1903 Ball One of her photos, a hand-tinted image of Princess Olga Orlova wearing a at the, is in the collection of the and was sent to the of in London in 2003, as part of a traveling exhibit celebrating St. Petersburg's tricentennial.

Another of her tinted photos, 'Portrait of girl in Little Russia costume', is in the collection of the, and was exhibited in Amsterdam in early 2013 as part of an exhibit organized by the Russian Ministry of Culture. Many photos by Mrozovskaya are kept in the collection of the St. Petersburg Conservatory, and several more are in the collection of the. References [ ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to.

Contents • • • • • • • • Biography [ ] Elena Kagan was born to a family in the Belarusian town of. The family later moved to. At the time of the, she studied philosophy at the. She wanted to join the battlefront, but she was sent to work in a munition factory and later studied to be a nurse. However, her knowledge of German led her to be transferred to a school for war interpreters.

In February, 1942, she joined troops and in the following months, she moved together with the army throughout and to the West. Berlin 1945 [ ] From February, 1945, she worked in. At the end of April, 1945, she was transferred to Berlin.

Her troop became a part of the, responsible for the attack on the. The Soviet troops captured the Reich Chancellery and the subterranean on 2 May. The corpses of and his wife were found and identified, and a subsequent report about it was openly publicized. This apparently outraged Stalin, who immediately ordered to keep secret all records related to the search for Adolf Hitler. The contacts with the press and photographers were banned and the information was sent directly to Stalin. • Parfitt, Tom (9 May 2005).. Retrieved 17 April 2012.