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Can anyone translate this soviet ID book?

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    Hi,
    I recently acquired this soviet ID book and I am very curious about it. I managed to translate some information with the aid of a dictionary but I cannot understand the handwritting. I believe the name of the soldier is Semenchyk, Vladimir , born in 1920, drafted in 1940 and that he got a medal in 1943 for the defense of Leningrad and another one for valor/heroism (?). That´s all I could read. Could any of our russian speaking members help me with the name of the unit , degree of education, nationality and other relevant info?
    Thanks in advance,
    Rodrigo
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    Nice document.
    Man served in Army Zeppelin unit (air defense)

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    Default Re: Can anyone translate this soviet ID book?

    Thanks for your help, Komandir!

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    You are welcome.
    I think he fought in Leningrad aerostat air defense unit (because of Defense of Leningrad medal? fnother medal is Bravery). Booklet also shows his rifle #, gazmask # and two RGD type grenade.

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