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Gratitiude Certificates awarded to Guards Lieutenant Ablai Ibragimov (Order of Alexander Nevsky)
dated June 28th, 1944 for Osipovichi Railroad Nexus
dated July 8th, 1944 for Baranovichi, BSSR
dated March 6th, 1945 for Graudenz
dated March 7th, 1945 for Pev, Starograd, & Danzig
Troops 65th Army
May 19th, 1945 No. 618/H Regular Army
On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet SSR, I award the following decorations for exemplary accomplishment of the Command’s missions in the struggle against the German invaders and for having displayed valor and bravery:
Order “Alexander Nevsky”
6. Guards Senior Lieutenant, IBRAGIMOV, Ablai, Commander Machine-Gun Company, 109th Guards Rifle Regiment, 37th Guards Rifle Division.
Chief of Staff
May 18th, 1945
1. Last name, name, and patrionymic: Ibragimov, Ablai
2. Rank: Guards Senior Lieutenant
3. Duty position: Commander – Machinegun Company, 109th Guards Rifle Regiment, 37th Guards Rifle Division
Recommendation for the Order of the Red Star
4. Born: 1920
5. Nationality: Uzbek
6. Party membership: CPSU member since 1943 #5856641
7. Previous combat: Western Front 8.1941-3.1942, Stalingrad Front 7.1942-1.1943, Central and Belorussian Fronts since 2.1943
8. Wounds or shell-shock: wounded 24.7.41 (light) Western Front, 4.8.42 (light) Stalingrad Front, 5.6.44 (serious) Belorussian Front, 11.9.44 (light) B. Front, and 26.3.45 (serious) Belorussian Front
9. In Armed Forces: since 1940
10. Inducted by: Oktyabrskii Regional Military Commissariat, Tashkent
11. Previous awards: OPWII by 18th Rifle Corps dated 14.1.45
12. Home of record: [trans: entry intentionally obscured]
Short description of personal combat feat or accomplishment
In fighting on the approaches to Danzig, Comrade Ibrogimov proved himself a bold, capable commander. On 26thMarch, 1945 near the populated area of Brentau the enemy assumed the counterattack several times to seize advantageous positions.
Positioned directly in the midst of the rifle company’s fighting formations Comrade Ibragimov capably maneuvered the machineguns so that the enemy’s attacks were repelled successfully causing him heavy losses. In the hardest moments Comrade Ibragimov positioned himself behind a machinegun and fired upon the enemy. During the repulsion of the enemy’s fifth counterattack Comrade Ibragimov was seriously wounded.
He is deserving of the Order of the Red Star.
Signed Commander, 109th Guards Rifle Regiment, Guards Colonel Levin on 11th April, 1945
Recommended upgrade to the Order of Aleksandr Nevsky by Commander, 37th Guards Rechitskaya Twice Red Banner Orders of Suvorov and Kutuzov Rifle Division, Guards General-Major K. Grebennik on 16th April, 1945
Upgrade endorsed by Commander, 18th Red Banner Rifle Corps, Hero of the Soviet Union General-Major Chuvakov on 29.4.45
Upgrade endorsed by 65th Army Commander General-Colonel Batov and Member of the Military Committee General-Major Radetskii on 17th May, 1945
Awarded the Order of Aleksandr Nevskii by 45th Army Order 618/N dated 19.5.45. Signed Deputy Chief, 2nd Section Chief of Personnel Captain Shcherbin(?)
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Gratitude Certificate issued to Guards Private Ivan Vasilyevich Barbarich dated December 2nd, 1944 for fighting in the Hungarian cities of Paks, Kaposvár, Szekszárd, Dombóvár, & Bonyhád.
61st Guards “Slavyansk” Red Banner Rifle Division
27th April, 1945 023/N Regular Army
On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet USSR, I award the following decorations for exemplary accomplishment of the Command’s missions in the struggle against the German invaders and for having displayed valor and bravery:
Order of Glory, 3rd Class
8. Guards Private BARBARICH, Ivan Vasilyevich, Infantryman, Rifle Company, 187th Guards Rifle Regiment.
Commander 61st Guards “Slavayansk” Red Banner Rifle Division
Guards Colonel Sergeev
Division Chief of Staff
Guards Colonel Prituzov
25th April, 1945
He was later, April, 1945, awarded an Order of Glory, 3rd Class, for a grenade attack on a German machine-gun position during these battles in Hungary.
Set of documents of Sergeant of the Guard Tarlov Ivan Ivanovich, 101 Regiment of the guard anti-tank artillery.
October 29, 1943- Taking the city of Melitopol
April 8, 1944 - Touring Sivash
April 13th, 1944 - Taking the city of Simferopol
May 12, 1944 - Liquidation of German forces on Khersonnesse
January 29, 1945 - Taking the City of Morounguene
February 21, 1945 - Taking the City of Tchersk
March 30, 1945 - Taking the City of Gdiansk
April 26, 1945 - Fighting to break through the defense of the German west of the Oder
April 29, 1945 - Taking the city of Brandenburg
May 1, 1945 - unreadable
Signature Commander of regiment 101 custody of the anti-tank artillery, Major Remisov
Document for Defense of Stalingrad Medal was awarded in 1949
Document for Medal for Victory over Germany in 1946 awarded
Document for Medal for the Capture of Berlin awarted in 1947
Document for awarding Excellent Artilleryman badge, dated August 27, 1944.
No. 197 of October 15, 1944 - breakthrough northwest Murmansk and control of the city and naval base in Petsamo (Pechenga)
No. 202 of 23 October 1944 - nickel mines Pechenga district of Liberation (Petsamskoy)
No. 205 of October 25, 1944 - Crossing the border of Norway, the control of the city and port in the Barents Sea in Kirkenes
No. 208 of November 1, 1944 - Release of Pechenga (Petsamskoy)
No 246 of 23 January 1945 - Capturing Willenberg East Prussian cities, Ortelsburg, Morungen, Saalfeld and Freistadt
No. 256 of January 26, 1945 - Capture of East Prussian cities Muhlhausen, Marienburg, Stumm breakthrough in the Bay of Danzig and the control of the city Tolkemit
No. 294 of March 7, 1945 - Capture of Danzig on the outskirts of the cities of anger (Meve) and Starogard (Preussisch Stargard)
No. 319 of 30 March 1945 - Obliterate has Danzig of German troops and control of the city and fortress of Gdansk (Danzig)
No. 351 of April 29, 1945 - Capture the towns of Anklam, Friedland, Neubrandenburg Lychen and entered the territory of the province of Mecklenburg
No. 352 of April 30, 1945 - Acquisition in the northwest part of Pomerania and Mecklenburg towns of Greifswald, Treptow, Neustrelitz, Fürstenberg, Gransee
No. 354 May 1, 1945 - Capture of Stralsund, Grimm, Demmin, Malchin, jams and Wesenberg
No. 362 of May 5, 1945 - Capture of the city and naval base in the Baltic Sea Swinemunde
No. 363 of May 6, 1945 - Capture of the island of Rügen and the city of Bergen, Harz, Putbus and Sassnitz