Born on January 27, 1923 in the village of Kiselevo (now the Tyumen Region). In the 1930s, the Kiselev family, which had fourteen children, was exiled to the village of Sherkaly in the Ostyako-Vogul National District. Before the war, Sergei Kiselev studied at a veterinary college and, as a student, went to the front. Military rank: private. Position: scout. Combat path: took part in the battles for the defense of Leningrad, liberated Poland. During a reconnaissance operation in the area of the railway station, a group of scouts, in which there was private S.I. Kiselev, was ambushed. S.I. Kiselev was wounded, captured, and then in the Merlinbach concentration camp. September 13, 1944 S.I. Kiselev escaped from captivity. A few days after his escape, he met with French partisans and fought in Lorraine as part of the joint headquarters of the partisan movement. Upon his return to the Soviet Union, he passed the NKVD test-filtration camp and was sent to forced labor for 10 years. After his release, he arrived in Khanty-Mansiysk, where he worked as a blaster-driller at the technical section. He died in 1992.