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Tatyana Fedorovna Denisenko (Lilitskaya), Nurse

Article about: Order Book (#283551) dated November 18th, 1947 documenting a Medal for Combat Service (#2109847) conferred April, 1945. Prikaz and citation could not be found on podvignaroda. Married shortl

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    Order Book (#283551) dated November 18th, 1947 documenting a Medal for Combat Service (#2109847) conferred April, 1945. Prikaz and citation could not be found on podvignaroda.

    Married shortly after the war her last name changed from Denisenko to Lilitskaya as will soon be shown.

    Document for the Medal Victory over Germany dated February 25th, 1946 by a Regional Military Commissariat, Captain Kalaitanov, Serial #M0412558.

    Document for the Medal Defense of Stalingrad dated August 13th, 1946 by Evacuation Hospital 3240, Medical Service Colonel Eider, Serial #G43534.

    Temporary certificate for Combat Service Medal by the 1318th Artillery Regiment, Colonel Khuz'iyenov.

    Document for the Badge Excellent Medical Service dated April 16th, 1943 by Technical Lieutenant Levin, and photograph reported to be that of Nurse Lilitskaya.
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    Nice group!...
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    Very nice indeed. The photo is interesting for the details, like lack of rank bars and how her cap badge is orientated.

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    Thank you, gentlemen, and, as aforementioned, I have no way of knowing absolutely if the photograph is indeed Matron Lilitskaya, only that this photograph accompanied this group. Regardless, it is a nice photograph, and certainly of a nurse.

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