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Order of the Red Star, Nr. 112336

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    Default Order of the Red Star, Nr. 112336

    Awarded late 1942 to Master Sergeant Mihail Shevlyakov Sergeevich, Communications Platoon Leader, 84 Independent Railway Construction Batallion, 27th Independent Railway Brigade; a beautiful example of a T.4, V5.

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    This is the hard work but not a bravery, all the war trough without any wounds, and not in the wet trenches. That sort of peoples I we seen when was young a kind old vets who was screaming- "You are so young- and I loose my blood in the war for your life"....

    My friend has the same archive document for the senior lieutenant of Political section, and there was written: By his courage..... every month he found 10-12 soldiers in his unit as the Enemy of the nation... The fate of that 10-12 persones is logically- they was killed as dogs , sometimes for nothing, sometimes for words- look what kind of german P38 I found, looks like this one is better shooting than my TT, or just a piece of paper of german leaflet for making a cigarette... This is just a soviet war and propaganda wheels.
    I'am sorry if I'am wrong...

    Real war veterans a died after war from the wounds and who came to our days- newer will tell about their bravery. My friend's grandfather goes through the war by anti-tank unit junior sergeant ( Прощай Родина -Good bye Motherland, as their nick-name in the troops). He was never tells the stories about the war- he tell us that the war is just a scary place and he don't want to tell for others about that....

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    Yours is a very thoughtful perspective; war is never glorious. . .

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