Gratitude Certificate, #339, dated April 23rd, 1945 awarded to Guards Captain Konstantin Sergeyvich Nazorov for the fighting in the suburbs of Berlin signed by the Commander of the 39th Guards Mortar Regiment, Guards Colonel & Hero of the Soviet Union (#362), Petr Vasilyevich Shutov.
Gratitude Certificate dated February 11th 1945 awarded to Private Trifon Dimitrovich Shinkovoy for breaking the German defense on the west bank of the Oder River.
No. 203 of October 23, 1944 - For the breakthrough of German ligness covering the border of East Prussia and the invasion of East Prussia
No. 231 of January 19, 1945 - breakthrough of German lines in Eastern Prussia and control of cities and Ragnit Pilkallen
No. 238 of January 21, 1945 - taking the city in East Prussia Gumbinnen
No. 267 of January 31, 1945 - Prussia captures Haylsberg cities and Friedland
No. 272 of February 10, 1945 - East Prussia capture the city of Preuss-Eylau
No. 317 of March 29, 1945 - East Prussia in liquidation of German troops southwest of Koenigsberg
No. 357 of May 2, 1945 - liquidation of German troops in the southeast of Berlin
Order No. 103 of 10 April 1944 - Master of regional centers of Ukraine and the city of the port of the Black Sea in Odessa
Order No. 169 of 22 April 1944 - breakthrough of German lines south of the city of Bendery
Order No. 178 of 27 August 1944 - Galati city's capture and the port on the Danube
Order No. 181 of 29 August 1944 - capture of the city of Constanta and the port of the Black Sea
Order No. 199 of 20 October 1944 - control of the industrial center and the Hungarian city of Debrecen
Order No. 212 of 29 November 1944 - crossing the Danube north of the river Drava and the control of territory and Hungarian cities Pecs and Mohacs Vatazhek
Order No. 214 of December 2, 1944 - capture the towns of Szekszárd in Hungary, Kaposvár, pact, Bonyhad, Dombóvár
Order No. 218 of December 24, 1944 - breakthrough enemy defenses southwest of the cities of Budapest, Szekesfehervar, Mastering Bicske and the offensive on German-Hungarian troops
Order No. 277 of 13 February 1945 - capture of the capital of Hungary, Budapest
Order No. 334 of 13 April 1945 - The capture of the capital of Austria, Vienna
Gratitude Certificate, #339, dated April 23rd, 1945 awarded to Lieutenant Stepan Grigorovich Ostapenko for action on the Western Shore of the Oder River and approaches to Berlin.
Gratitude Certificate, #339, dated April 23rd, 1945 awarded to Senior Lieutenant (Medical Services) Abram Zinov’yevich Davidovich for penetration of the defenses and attack on Berlin.
Documents Sergeant Vorontsov Dmitry Vasilyevich - 490th tank regiment of destruction. (490 иптап). Jeep driver.
Order No. 223 of January 17, 1945 - capture of the capital of Poland, Warsaw
Order No. 228 of January 18, 1945 - Master Sochaczew, Skierniewice and Lovich
Order No. 233 of January 19, 1945 - Master of the industrial center of the Polish city of Lodz and Kutno cities Tomaszów (Tomashov), Gostynin and Łęczyca
Order No. 254 of 23 January 1945 - The capture of the city of Bydgoszcz (Bromberg) - a stronghold of the Germans in the lower reaches of the Vistula
Order No. 288 of March 4, 1945 - Drilled the German defenses east of Stargard, exit on the Baltic coast near the town of Kolberg in Pomerania and cities mastering Berwald, Tempelburg, Falkenburg, Dramburg, Wangerin, LABES, Freienwalde, Shifelbayn, Regenvalde and Curlin
Order No. 339 of April 23, 1945 - breakthrough of German lines on the west bank of the Oder and the mastery of Frankfurt an der Oder, Vandlitts, Oranienburg, Birkenwerder Gennigsdorf Pankow, Friedrichsfelde, Karlshorst, Köpenick and entry in the capital of Germany, Berlin
Order No. 359 of May 2, 1945 - defeat of German troops in Berlin and mastery of the German capital Berlin
Diploma medal for the defense of Leningrad
Diploma medal for the defense of the Caucasus.