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    Document and medal for Victory over Germany awarded May 29th, 1946 by the 267th Guards Rifle Regiment, 89th Guards Rifle Division, 26th Guards Rifle Company

    Document and medal for the Liberation of Warsaw awarded February 25th, 1947 by the 267th Guards Rifle Regiment, 89th Guards Rifle Division, 26th Guards Rifle Company, Serial #A496001

    Document and medal for the Capture of Berlin awarded December, 1945 by the 267th Guards Rifle Regiment, 89th Guards Rifle Division, 26th Guards Rifle Company, Serial #A184158
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    Unit Award Order

    [trans: stamped “3 Ukrainian Front 09545 VKhO5026”]

    SECRET

    267 Guards Rifle Regiment, 89 Guards Belgorod-Kharkov Red Banner Rifle Division Order 014/N dated 29 August 1944
    On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet USSR, I award the:
    Bravery Medal to

    20. 8 Rifle Company Rifleman Guards Private Nikolai Logvinovich Sychev who, in fierce fighting for Kishinev on 23 August 1944 was the first to rush into one of the streets of the city, where he killed three German soldiers with fire from his assigned weapon.
    b.1926, Russian, non-Party members, participant of the Patriotic War since February 1944, no wounds, in the Red Army since December 1943, inducted by the Zolotarevskii RMC (Kirovograd Oblast), no previous awards, home of record: [trans: intentionally obscured]

    Signed 266 Guards Rifle Regiment Commander Guards Lieutenant Colonel Stepanenko and Chief of Staff Guards Major Debedenko


    Award Card to follow. . .
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    Record card

    Certificate nr. 955658

    1. Last name: Sychov
    2. First name and patronymic: Nikolai Logvinovich
    3. Military rank: Guards Private
    4. Sex: Male
    5. Year of birth: 1925
    6. Place of birth: Village of Nikolsk, Novogeorgiyevsky Raion, Kirovograd Oblast
    7. Party membership (since which year): Member of the Komsomol since May 1944
    8. Education: Elementary
    9. Nationality: Russian
    10. Since which year in the Red Army: Since November 1943
    11. Place of service (name of the unit) and position occupied at the time of the award: Telephone operator in the 267th Guards Rifle Regiment, 89th Guards Rifle Division
    12. Current place of service and position: Senior telephone operator in the 74th Guards Mechanized Regiment, 23rd Guards Mechanized Division
    13. Home address of the awardee: Village of Nikolsk, Novogeorgiyevsky Raion, Kirovograd Oblast

    14. Record of all awards received:

    Name of the order or medal/Serial number/Number of the document/Ground of award

    Medal for Courage 1110094 Temporary certificate nr. B-638292 Order of the 267th Guards Rifle Regiment nr. 014/N of August 29, 1944

    Medal for Courage 3182506 Temporary certificate nr. 809350 Order of the 267th Guards Rifle Regiment nr. 013/N of May 5, 1945

    Medal for the Capture of Berlin Permanent certificate nr. A-184158 Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of June 9, 1945

    Medal for the Victory over Germany Permanent certificate nr. Shch-178968 Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of May 9, 1945

    Signature of the awardee: [signed]

    I confirm the correctness of the data and the signature of the awardee (position and signature):

    Commander of the 74th Guards Mechanized Regiment
    Guards Colonel [signed] /Telegin/
    July 30, 1946


    Research for his second Bravery Medal, #3182506, conferred May 5th, 1945, is pending and will be posted soon. . .
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    Order

    Secret
    Copy nr. 2

    Order

    Of the 267th Guards Red Banner Rifle Regiment, 89th Guards Belgorod Kharkov Red Banner Rifle Division

    May 5th, 1945 – Nr. 013/N – Active Army

    On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, I award:

    The Medal for Courage to:

    […]

    31. Guards Private Nikolai Loginovich Sychov, telephone operator in a signal platoon of the 3rd Rifle Battalion, for the fact that he, under heavy enemy fire on Blüming Street [actual spelling may be different, AdV] in the city of Berlin, enabled the combat units’ continuous communications. He repaired 3 breaks in the telephone line. While carrying out his tasks he killed 1 enemy soldier.

    Born in 1925, Ukrainian, member of the Komsomol, drafted into the Red Army in May 1944 by the Military Commissariat of the Novogeorgiyevsky Raion, Kirovograd Oblast. Home address: ______________.

    […]

    Commander of the 267th Guards Red Banner Rifle Regiment
    Guards Lieutenant Colonel [signed] /Stepanenko/

    Regimental chief of staff
    Guards Major [signed] /Lebedenko/
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