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Article about: Nice set, Ade. Great to have some provenance to go with it.

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    Nice set, Ade. Great to have some provenance to go with it.

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    Hi Robin, you really should drop Auke a line. He is turning the research around very quickly, sometimes within only a week. I cannot recommend him highly enough. I am having him do me a star per week.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    a beautifull piece adrian

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    Order of the Red Star, #1725896. . .
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    Thanks for the images Bill.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Hi Robin, you really should drop Auke a line. He is turning the research around very quickly, sometimes within only a week. I cannot recommend him highly enough. I am having him do me a star per week.

    Cheers, Ade.
    I think I will first up will be a few medal bars I have containing bravery/combat merit medals. I t would be great to discover who these were awarded to. I will post the results when they arrive.

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    Love it! Wish i had that!

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    Awesome Star and citation, Ade!

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    Extra research is now here. Thanks as always to Auke.

    Well, not a huge amount of info, but every scrap of info helps. One day I will get a photo on an Officers Service Record.....

    Service record

    1. Last name, first name, and patronymic: Mironov, Sergei Mikhailovich
    2. Date of birth: 1910
    3. Nationality: Russian
    4. Knowledge of foreign languages and level of mastery:
    5. Place of birth: 18 Kirov Street, Chernushka Station on the Kazan Railroad Line
    6. Social position and origins: Serviceman
    7. Party affiliation
    Member of the Communist Party since:
    Party membership booklet nr.:
    Candidate member of the Communist Party since:
    Member of the Komsomol since:
    Not a party member: Not a member
    Membership of other parties:
    Party penalties and changes in party affiliation:
    8. Education
    General education: Higher education in 1939
    Military education: Cherkassy Infantry School in 1943
    Political education:
    9. Service in the old army:
    10. Service in the White Army: No
    11. Has he been in captivity or surrounded; when, where, and for how long (if he was surrounded, only note escapes separate from his unit): No
    12. Military promotions By whose order Order nr. Date
    Guards Lieutenant Volga Military District March 1943
    13. Service at the front: In the Patriotic War since May 12, 1943
    14. Wounds and contusions:
    15. Awards (orders and medals):
    16. Family situation and address of the family: 18 Kirov Street, Chernushka Station on the Kazan Railroad Line. Father: Mikhail Akimovich Mironov

    17. Joined the Red Army where and having occupied which position (if called up from the reserves, note ‘from the reserves’, date of call-up, and length of break from the service): 1942

    18. Service in the Red Army:

    Name of the position Name of the unit By whose order Order nr. Month, day, and year
    In reserve 70th Army
    Mortar platoon leader 45th Guards Rifle Regiment, 38th Guards Rifle Division 38th Guards Rifle Division 041 May 19, 1943
    38th Guards Rifle Division
    Transferred to the Voronezh Military District Dec 1945

    19. Transferred to the reserves having served as … with the rank of …

    20. Reason for the transfer:



    Cheers, Ade.
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