To be honest, I was thinking about such possibility, because there is one interesting piece in my collection that really bothers me. Some kind of old USSR postcard from year 1954. But unfortunately I know only one thing, the name of person, to whom this letter was adressed and the writer. And there is no full name.
But you know, this postcard is true treasure for me, it holds so much in those words that has been writen on it.
I will try to translate:
(And by this mail, Uncle Oleg (Olezhik) I congratulate you with that award you received, and I'm sending you this beautiful animal. Have you met this kind of animal (Lynx) in the summer forest? Probably, he is a scout just like you, the only difference is that he is a predator, and you are guardian.
I really like those pictures that you send me. But Granny (or that "baba" could mean father? Which is more likely, because of the next sentence, but by itself it makes no sense) doesn't know the tale about "Steady Eagle" (That is, how he called him).
I will certainly learn to skate.
So the question is, what kind of tale they were talking about? "Steady eagle"? I have no idea.
And the other question is, how are they, Vova and Oleg? I hope everything was great in their lives. I Really do.