This is the second Russian who died yesterday on May 11. Note from her wiki page:
Note her birthday and note the following excerpt from yesterdays post, Dunkin' Donut Time Traveler :
- Galina Mikhailovna Shergova (31 August 1923 — 11 May 2017)
- Emmanuel Nunes (31 August 1941 – 2 September 2012)
August 31st is also Megan MacGregor's birthday (see my posts today). Since Nunes is similar enough to noons, I did an etymology search and discovered that it means "nine" in origin... and the number 9 shares the same key as the left bracket... what we use to make the sad/angry mouthed emoticon :-( !!So that would be the inner twin world reiterating that they are unhappy and/or angry. Note this next excerpt from her wiki page:
Note from the Minute of Silence wiki page:
- was one of the authors of Minute of Silence.
Note from the Great Patriotic war wiki page:
For some legal purposes its period might be extended to 11 May 1945 to also include the end of the Prague Offensive.Note the date of May 11!! On the Prague Offensive wiki page is a list of Commanders and Leaders:
Note from their wiki pages:
Most of the dates connect with my previous post, and some others connect with dates found in yesterdays posts. All are relevant. Keep in mind that Karol's birthday, February 22 is also the birthday of my 3 year old grandson, and in 5 years, when he turns 8, the date will be 2/22/22. My Tou Sense Worth deciphering : this date is designed to be most meaningful ... for a reason. Perhaps this is the time we have to prepare. It's also interesting to note that Karol's callsign Walter is an addition to the "Remove a Letter Makes a Word" pattern-cluster... as in remove the 'l' makes "WATER"!!
- Ferdinand Schörner (12 June 1892 – 2 July 1973)
- Lothar Rendulic (23 October 1887 – 17 January 1971)
- Ivan Stepanovich Konev ( 28 Dec [O.S. 16 Dec] 1897 – 21 May 1973)
- Karel Klapálek (May 25, 1893 – November 18, 1984)
- Vasile Atanasiu (April 25, 1886 – June 6, 1964 )
- Karol Wacław Świerczewski (callsign Walter; 22 Feb 1897 – 28 Mar 1947)
- Sergei Kuzmich Bunyachenko (October 5, 1902 – August 2, 1946)
To B continued...