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    Sevenko was a former Imperial Russian Air Service pilot, who did not return to Russia post revolution. According to some data, he served RAF. I cannot find his name in usual places, however. Anybody came across this name?
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    Hi Franek, I think this should be your man - photo included:)

    http://forum.patriotcenter.ru/index.php?topic=19305.60
    http://forum.patriotcenter.ru/index....9225#msg219225

    I do not know how is your Russian but if you need any help with translation just drop me a line

    HTH

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    Russian is fine, but I cannot enter the topic. Does it require registration? There are some articles on Sevenko, but he disappears after his training in the UK, and there is no clue, what happened to him.

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    Have you looked up AIR 78 ?

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    I did, and unless the file is not complete or not in alphabetic order, and he did not change his surname, he is not there. He does not appear in LG, and BMD records produce blank result. There was another Nicholas Sevenko in Canada, related, but not the one I am looking for. Of course, it is entirely possible, he returned to Russia around 1917 anyway, but disappeared without trace.

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    Franek so try it another way:

    Ask Mr. Google for "Николай Севенко RAF" for example

    You can search for him using his surname only.
    To be honest I was not reading all the articles and forums if there was any info about him after 1917.

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    Yes, there is plenty, but unfortunately nothing on his ultimate fate after 1917.

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