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Private Vladimir Pavlovich Klykov, 318th Infantry Division

Article about: Secret Order 1331st Infantry Regiment, 318th Infantry Division North Caucasus Front August 7th, 1943 No. 019H Deystvuyushchaya (Active?) Army On behalf of the Presidium of the Council of the

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    Default Private Vladimir Pavlovich Klykov, 318th Infantry Division

    Secret

    Order

    1331st Infantry Regiment, 318th Infantry Division
    North Caucasus Front

    August 7th, 1943 No. 019H Deystvuyushchaya (Active?) Army

    On behalf of the Presidium of the Council of the USSR

    Awarded:

    Medal “For Bravery”

    4. Telephonist Battery of 76mm Guns – Private Klykov, Vladimir Pavlovich during his stay in the battery since February, 1943 systematically provides links firing position with (from?) the observation point and in the battle for the mountain Dolgarev near the town of Novorossiysk (on?) 24th July, 1943, under artillery fire, personally eliminated 14 lines (of?) communication thereby managing artillery fire upon the occurrence of our infantry.

    Commander 1331st Infantry Regiment
    Lieutenant Colonel Shiryaev

    Regimental Chief of Staff
    Captain Dzhugur’yand

    September 23rd, 1943


    Secret

    Order 029/H

    1331st Infantry Regiment, 318th Novorossiysk Infantry Division, Independent Black Sea Army

    July 13th, 1944 Deystvuyushchaya (Active?) Army

    On behalf of the Presidium of the Council of the USSR

    Awarded:

    Medal “For Bravery”

    22. Telephonist Communications Platoon Infantry Battalion, Private Klykov, Vladimir Pavlovich for the fact that during the break (of the) heavily fortified German defense line in the area of (kolhova shevik?) near the town of Sevastopol eliminated 32 brakes in the line.
    Birth year, 1916, Member VLKSM, Russian, wounded May 7th, 1944, inducted previously Ivanovskiy Regional Military Commissariat, Krasnodar Territory. Home address: (intentionally obscured)

    Commander 1331st Infantry Regiment
    Colonel Simutin

    Chief of Staff
    Major Zhdakha

    August 26th, 1944


    Document for the Medal Defense of the Caucasus issued October 7th, 1946 by the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the People’s Deputies, Dneprodzerzhinsk, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast (Ukraine), Major (Administrative Services) Nikolaev, Serial #U015021.

    Document for the Medal Defense of Sevastopol issued September 12th, 1947 by the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the People’s Deputies, Dneprodzerzhinsk, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast (Ukraine), Major (Administrative Services) Nikolaev (?), Serial #Zh40075.


    Military Identification Book, #NU4007794, dated November 13th, 1964, sadly without photograph, documenting his birthday, July 9th, 1916, residence, membership in the Communist party since 1944, occupation as a Mechanic, military service dates and units of service.


    Supplemental Card stapled onto the inside back cover of his Identification Book listing his wife, Maria Ivanovna, and children, Vladimir (Jr.) born 1946, Pavel (ostensible named after his father) born 1949, and daughter Nataliya born 1954. It also summarizes his unit assignments and dates of service, as well as his medals as documented above. Missing from the group is his Victory over Germany Medal document.
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    Hi Bill..another fine set...nice...

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