Gratitudes book delivered to 2 Byelorussian Front
Order No. 344 dated January 26, 1945 for crossing del Oder and capture the towns of Pomerania Szczecin, Gartz, Penkun, and Casekow Schwedt
Order No. 348 dated April 27, 1945 for taking the cities of Prenzlau and Angermunde
Order No. 350 dated April 28, 1945 for taking cities Eggesin, Torgelow, Pasewalk, Strasburg and Templin
Order No. 351 dated April 29, 1945 for taking the towns of Anklam, Friedland, Neubrandenburg Lychen and entered the territory of the province of Mecklenburg
Order No. 352 dated April 30, 1945 for taking the northwestern part of Pomerania and Mecklenburg towns of Greifswald, Treptow, Neustrelitz, Fürstenberg, Gransee
Order No. 354 dated 01 May 1945 taking Stralsund, Grimm, Demmin, Malchin, jams and Wesenberg
Order No. 358 dated 02 Friend for 1945 prisede Rostock Warnemünde, Ribnitts, gauze, Laage, Grouse
Order No. 360 dated 03 Friend 1945 for taking cities Barth, Bad Doberan Neubukow, Varin, Wittenberg, and the meeting with the British troops
Order No. 362 dated May 5, 1945 for the takeover of the city and naval base Swinemunde German
Order No. 363 dated May 6, 1945 for decision of the island of Rügen and the cities of Bergen, Harz, Putbus and Sassnitz
Order No. 369 dated 09 May 1945 the Victory in the Great Patriotic War and the unconditional surrender of the German armed forces
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Under the command of Marshal Rokossovsky at this time
Thanks letter from the commander of the 2nd Belorussian Front
Awarded to Major Alexei Ivanov Iosifovich
September , 1 , 1945 .
Signed by the Marshal of the Soviet Union Rokossovsky , Lieutenant General Subbotin and Colonel General Bogolyubov
Gratitude Certificates of Petr Semenovich Korobka
- West Bank of the Vistula River, #221, January 16th, 1945
- Pomerania, #265, January 29th, 1945
- Bradenburg, #266, January 31st, 1945
- Capture of Berlin, #339, April 23rd, 1945
Gratitudes of Saksaganski Vladimir Petrovich.
Gratitude unnumbered dated February 2, 1943 for the liquidation of German troops encircled at Stalingrad.
No. 57 dated January 8, 1944 for the capture of the city of Kirovograd in Ukraine
No. 87 dated March 18, 1944 for taking the city of Zhmerynka
No. 169 dated August 22, 1944 for taking the cities of Iasi, Targu Frumos and Ungeni
No. 196 dated October 11, 1944 for taking the capital cities of Cluj in Transylvania and the Hungarian city of Szeged
No. 204 dated October 25, 1944 for the management of cities of Satu Mare and Carei and the completion of the liberation of the enemy Transylvania
No. 216 dated December 3, 1944 for the capture of the city of Miskolc - the most important center of military production in Hungary
No. 217 dated December 9, 1944 for the breakthrough of Budapest, and the junction with the troops that liberated Velence Lake and avancannt south of Budapest and along the west bank of the Danube in the north
No. 323 dated March 31, 1945 for crossing the river Vah and Nitra and decision Galanta
# 331 dated 5 April 1945 for taking the cities of Malacky, Brooke, and Previdza Banovce
No. 335 dated April 13, 1945 for the takeover of the town in Czechoslovakia Hodonin
No. 345 dated April 26, 1945 for taking industrial center of the city of Brno, Czechoslovakia (Brown)
- Gratitude certificates to Captain Aleksandr Fedorovich Grushkin
Nos. 120 & 131, July 12th through 27th, 1944, for the liberation of Idrits & Rezekne, stamped 393rd Independent Signal Line Battalion
Nos. 288, 295, & 339, March 4th & 7th through April 23rd, 1945, for the penetration of the enemy’s defense in Pomerania, the Oder, & the entrance into Berlin, stamped 393rd Independent Signal Line Battalion
No. 359, May 2nd, 1945, for the Capture of Berlin, stamped Military Unit 62957
Memorandum #244, dated August 30th, 1944 to his wife, Alexandra Iorshevna Grushina informing her of her husband’s being awarded an Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class, by the Commander of Military Unit #62957, Major Rumyantsev, and his Chief of Staff, Captain Krichevskiy
Memorandum #347, dated May 19th, 1945, awarding Captain Grushkin a .16 caliber “R. Reger” (Ruger?) rifle, #29235, for, “exemplary Accomplishment of Command’s mission,” by the Commander of Military Unit #62957, Major Rumyantsev, and his Chief of Staff, Captain Krichevskiy
Gratitude Certificate, #277, issued to Boris Leontyevich Shchur dated February 13th, 1945 for the Capture of Budapest, by the Commander of the 795th Rifle Regiment, 228th Rifle Division and Hero of the Soviet Union (#2025), Colonel Vasiliy Nikolaevich Fedotov.
Temporary Certificate for the Medal Capture of Budapest issued to Boris Leontyevich Shchur, undated, by the Commander of the 795th Rifle Regiment, 228th Rifle Division and Hero of the Soviet Union (#2025), Colonel Vasiliy Nikolaevich Fedotov.
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Gratitude Certificate for the Liberation of Belgrade issued to Guards Private Ivan Ivanovich Belokon’ dated October 25th, 1944 by the Commander of the 5th Guards Separate Order of Suvorov, Order of the Red Banner Kramatorskaya Motorized Rifle Brigade, Colonel and Hero of the Soviet Union (#3492), Nikolai Ivanovich Zav’yalov.