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Private Ivan Arkhipovich Krasnobai

Article about: Record card Order booklet nr. 426205 1. Last name: Krasnobai 2. First name and patronymic: Ivan Arkhipovich 3. Military rank: Private 4. Sex: Male 5. Year of birth: 1906 6. Place of birth: V

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    Default Private Ivan Arkhipovich Krasnobai

    Record card

    Order booklet nr. 426205

    1. Last name: Krasnobai
    2. First name and patronymic: Ivan Arkhipovich
    3. Military rank: Private
    4. Sex: Male
    5. Year of birth: 1906
    6. Place of birth: Village of Belitsa, Yampol Raion, Chernigov Oblast
    7. Party membership (since which year): Member of the Communist Party since 1945
    8. Education: Elementary
    9. Nationality: Ukrainian
    10. Since which year in the Red Army: From March 1943 through November 1945
    11. Place of service (name of the unit) and position occupied at the time of the award: Loader in the 299th Mortar Regiment, 10th Tank Division, 1st Ukrainian Front
    12. Current place of service and position: Craftsman at the Frunze Factory, city of Konstantinovka, Stalin Oblast
    13. Home address of the awardee: 44/5 Frunze Colony, city of Konstantinovka, Stalin 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 1475043 Temporary certificate nr. V-628343 Order of the 299th Mortar Regiment nr. 08/N of August 14, 1944
    Order of the Red Star 1684264 Temporary certificate nr. Z-451776 Order of the 10th Guards Tank Corps nr. 075/N of May 25, 1945

    Signature of the awardee: [signed]

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

    Military commissariat of the city of Konstantinovka
    Captain [signed] /Bondarenko/
    March 25, 1945


    Award Sheet

    [trans: stamped “1 Ukrainian Front”]

    299th Guards Tarnopol Mortar Regiment, 10th Guards Ural Volunteer Tank Corps, 4th Tank Army Order 08/N dated 14th August, 1944

    On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet USSR, I award the following decorations for exemplary accomplishment of the Command’s missions in the struggle against the German invaders and for having displayed valor and bravery:

    Bravery Medal to:

    10. 1 Battalion Cook Guards Private Ivan Arkhipovich Krasnobai, who in fighting under heavy enemy artillery and mortar fire on 22.07.44 near the villages of Pogoreltsy and Stanimik(?) prepared hot food for the soldiers and delivered it to the battalion’s fighting positions. On 27.07.44 while liquidating a German pocket, he killed two German soldiers with his assigned weapon.
    b. 1906, Ukrainian, non-Party member. In the Red Army since 1943. No prior awards. No wounds. Inducted by Arivan(?) Chusovskii Regional Military Commissariat. [trans: home of record intentionally obscured]
    Signed Commander, 299th Guards Tarnopol Mortar Regiment, Guards Lieutenant Colonel Zyl



    Award Sheet

    [trans: stamped “1 Ukrainian Front”]

    Artillery Commander, 10th Guards Ural-Lvov Volunteer Red Banner Tank Corps Order 075/N
    dated 25th May, 1945

    On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet USSR, I award the following decorations for exemplary accomplishment of the Command’s missions in the struggle against the German invaders and for having displayed valor and bravery:

    Order of the Red Star

    32. Guards Private Ivan Arkhipovich Krasnobai – Mortar Loader, 299th Guards Tarnopol Orders of Kutuzov, Bogdan Khmelnitsky, and Alexander Nevsky Mortar Regiment

    Signed Artillery Commander, 10th Guards Ural-Lvov Volunteer Red Banner Tank Corps, Guards Colonel Voinov on 25.5.45



    Award Sheet

    1. Last name, name, and patrionymic: Krasnobai, Ivan Arkhipovich
    2. Rank: Guards Private
    3. Duty position: Loader – 1st Battery, 299th Guards Tarnopol Orders of Kutuzov and Bogdan Khmelnitsky Mortar Regiment, 10th Guards Ural-Lvov Volunteer Tank Corps
    Recommendation for the Order of the Red Star
    4. Born: 1909
    5. Nationality: Ukrainian
    6. In Red Army: since March 1943
    7. Party membership: yes
    8. Previous combat: Bryansk Front beginning 20.07.43 and 1st Ukrainian Front since 19.01.44
    9. Wounds or shell-shock: n/a
    10. Prior awards: Bravery Medal 15th August, 1944
    11. Inducted by: Molotov Regional Military Commissariat
    12. Home of record: [trans: entry intentionally obscured]

    Short description of personal combat feat or accomplishment

    From 24th-25th Apri,l 1945 northeast of the village of Gutengoru*, Comrade Krasnobai provided accurate and rapid loading of his mortar, as a result of his mortar’s fire, two enemy ammunition stores, an enemy kitchen vehicle, and as much as a platoon of enemy were destroyed, thus weakening the enemy on the far shore and hindering the advance of our units.

    While under heavy enemy cannon and machinegun fire Comrade Krasnobai delivered mortar rounds, thus helping to deliver further mortar rounds upon the enemy.

    On 29th April, 1945 on Vanze* island the enemy conducted two counterattacks and Comrade Krasnobai employed his skill to accurately and quickly load the mortar and suppressed two enemy machinegun positions and decimated as much as a platoon of submachinegunners.

    On 2nd May, 1945 near the village of Stuken while destroying an enemy pocket, Comrade Krasnobai employed his assigned weapon to kill four German soldiers and captured six German soldiers.
    He is deserving of the Order of the Red Star.

    Signed Commander, 299th Guards Tarnopol Orders of Kutuzov and Bogdan Khmelnitsky Mortar Regiment, Hero of the Soviet Guards Lieutenant Colonel Zyl on 10.05.1945

    Awarded the Order of the Red Star by Artillery Commander, 10th Guards Ural-Lvov Volunteer Tank Corps, Guards Colonel Voinov on 14 May 1945

    *Geographic place name is an approximation based off of transliterated Russian from German translated into English


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