Junior Lieutenant Medical Service Julia Pavlovna Perova
Documents group of Junior Lieutenant (Medical Service) Yulia Pavlovna Perova
Document for the Medal Victory over Germany dated May 16th, 1946 by the Znamenski Regional Military Commissariat, Major Selchenko, Serial #P004605.
Military Identification Book, #09065 dated December 4th, 1948 by the Slutski Regional Military Commissariat, Bobruisk County, Belorussia SSR.
January, 1942 to September, 1942, Senior Nurse, Evacuation Hospital #2983
September, 1942 to January, 1943, Senior Medical Assistant, 655th Aviation Warehouse, Briansk Front
January, 1943 to September, 1943, Senior Medical Assistant, 60th Mobile Aviation Repair Service, Briansk Front
September, 1943 to November, 1943, Paramedic, 1333rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiment, Caucasus Front
November, 1943 to March, 1945, Head of Pharmacy, 1351st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiment, Caucasus Front
1. July 13th, 1944 in the head, near Vilnius
2. November 30th, 1944 in the leg near Germany
Medal for Bravery, August 12th, 1944 (number unknown)
Victory over Germany, May 9th, 1945
Capture of Koenigsberg, June 2nd, 1945
Medal 20th Anniversary of Victory
Badge 25th Anniversary of Victory
Medal 50th Anniversary of the Soviet Armed Forces
Medal 60th Anniversary of the Soviet Armed Forces
Last name, name, and patrionymic: Perova Yulia Pavlovna
Rank: Junior Lieutenant, Medical Service
Duty position: Chief Paramedic, 1351st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiment
Recommendation for Bravery Medal
1. Born: 1916
2. Nationality: Ukrainian
3. Time in the Red Army: Since 1942
4. Party membership: ?
5. Previous combat: Since 1.1942 to 9.43 Briansk Front, from 9.43 to 11.43 Caucasus Front, from 6.1944 3rd Belarussian Front
6. Wounds or shell-shock: has none
7. Previous Awards: none awarded
8. Inducted by: Gryazevsky, Voronezh Oblast
9. Home of record: (intentionally obscured)
She has participated in the Patriotic War since 1942. During the fighting for the liberation of Belarus from the German invaders Comrade Perova has repeatedly shown courage and fearlessness. On July 13th when the regiment kept fighting with a group of Germans broke through to Vilnius group, Comrade Perova was directly on the battlefield and provided in a timely manner help and assistance she evacuated them to the rear. Comrade Perova pays a lot of attention to the walking wounded who are treated at the medical unit of the regiment. Quickly Comrade Perova seven who were slightly wounded were returned back to the operation.
She is loyal to the cause of the Lenin-Stalin party and the betrayed Socialist homeland.
For good work, courage and fearlessness Comrade Perova is worthy of the government award Medal “For Bravery”.
Commander 1351st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiment
July 30th, 1944
Conclusion of High Command
Awarded Medal “For Bravery”
Commander 20th Anti-Aircraft Division, RGK
April 3rd, 1944
Conclusion Soviet Army Troops
Awarded by order of the 20th Anti-Aircraft Division, RGK, No. 04/N on August 12th, 1944 the Medal “For Bravery"
Chief of Staff 20th Anti-Aircraft Division, RGK, Accounting & Acquisition
Captain, Administrative Services
August 12th, 1944
Order of the Patriotic War, 1st Class, 1985 Jubilee Issue
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