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Vladimir Davydovich Aitoff
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Birth: Aug. 5, 1879
Death: Sep. 6, 1963

Son of Davyd Alexandrovich Aitov (1852-18.03.1933). In 1905 he managed a French hospital in St Petersburg, Russia. Wife Margarita Nikolaevna (nee Berstein, 1876-1969). Their son Sergey, Lieutenant of the French Army, was killed by enemy action (20.08.1913-4.07.1941). Russian MD, a cardiologist, social worker, mason and sportsman. Engaged in rugby. He received a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Paris (1900). In 1904 he went to Russia, where his worked in the Therapy Department, beeing in charge of the French Hospital in St. Petersburg. He took the examination at the Military Medical Academy. He took part in World War I as a military doctor. In 1918 he returned to France. In 1920, one of the founders of the organizing committee of assistance to refugees in the Red Cross. In 1921, he worked as a Doctor of Medicine in the Paris faculty. In 1923 he joined the Committee of the League to combat anti-Semitism. He worked in the outpatient clinic of the Russian Red Cross Society (Rocco), then in the outpatient clinic of V.I. Temkin. Provided grant for aid for the sick, called for that of their colleagues. Board member of the Society of Russian Physicians Mechnikov, a board member of the Association of Russian doctors abroad, in 1928 a member of the Joint Committee of engineering and technical organizations (Okito). One of the organizers of the "Russian hospital." In 1927 he was practicing for the "mutual aid of Russian workers." During the occupation of France, where he was deported to the Buchenwald camp, and was released in 1945. A member of the interim government of the Commonwealth of Russian members of the Resistance. He continued to practice medicine. A member of the parish church council in Gallipoli (1963). He was awarded the Order of the Legion of Honor and the Military Cross. Founding member of the Lodge Astrea (1921), treasurer of the lodge Consistory of Russia (1931), founding member and a prominent figure in the box Lotus (1932-1963).
 
 
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 Parents:
  David Alexandrovich Aitoff (1854 - 1933)
 
 Spouse:
  Margarita Nikolaevna Aitoff (1876 - 1969)*
 
 Children:
  Elena Vladimirovna Aitoff Frankel (1919 - 2003)*
 
 Sibling:
  Vladimir Davydovich Aitoff (1879 - 1963)
  Irina Davidovna Aitoff (1904 - 2006)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Cimetière de Montparnasse
Paris
City of Paris
Île-de-France, France
 
Created by: julia&keld
Record added: Jun 20, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71644072
Vladimir Davydovich Aitoff
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