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Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds

Article about: Record Card Order Booklet E-187092 1. Last Name: Tavanets 2. First name and patronymic: Vasily Egorovich 3. Military rank: Lieutenant 4. Sex: Male 5. Year of birth: 1917 6. Place of Birth: S

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    Default Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds

    Record Card
    Order Booklet E-187092

    1. Last Name: Tavanets
    2. First name and patronymic: Vasily Egorovich
    3. Military rank: Lieutenant
    4. Sex: Male
    5. Year of birth: 1917
    6. Place of Birth: Sumy Oblast, Shostkinsky District, urban-type settlement of Voronezh
    7. Party membership (since what year): Non-member
    8. Education: Elementary
    9. Nationality: Ukrainian
    10. In the Red Army since: from 09.1938 to 07.1943
    11. Place of service (name of unit) and position occupied at the time of awarding: 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division – Chief of Signals
    12. Place of service and position at the present time: Pirotchinoye Forest Area, Shostkinsky LesKhozZag [forestry management and harvesting enterprise] – forest ranger
    13. Home address of the awardee: Sumy Oblast, Shostkinsky District, urban-type settlement of Voronezh, Gorky Street building №106



    14. List of awards received

    [Table columns from left to right]
    Name of the Orders and Medals
    Their Numbers
    Document Numbers
    Basis for Awarding

    [Order of the] Red Star
    3567622
    order booklet E-187092
    Decree [of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR] of 06.05.1965

    [Medal] For Victory over Germany
    -
    medal certificate Yu-0030124
    Decree [of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR] of 09.05.1945


    Signature of the awardee [signed]

    I affirm the accuracy of this information and the signature of the awardee:
    Shostka City Military Commissar
    Lieutenant-Colonel Kyzimovsky [signed & stamped]

    _[blank]_ May 1965

    Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds


    Order of the Red Star [stamped]
    Kiev Military District [stamped]
    Fill in all fields completely
    D-498200 (service number)
    Citation


    1. Last Name, First Name, Patronymic: Tavanets Vasily Egorovich
    2. Rank: Lieutenant
    3. Position, Unit: Battalion Chief of Signals, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division
    Recommended for: the Order of the Patriotic War 2nd Class
    4. Year of Birth: 1917
    5. Nationality: Ukrainian
    6. Party Membership: Non-member
    7. Participation in military actions in defense of the USSR and in the Patriotic War (where, when): Leningrad Front from 05.01.1942 to 27.01.1942
    8. Any wounds and concussions in the Patriotic War: 27.01.1942 – severely wounded
    9. In the Armed Forces of the USSR: since 10.09.1938
    10. Conscripted in which District Military Commissariat: Shostkinsky District Military Commissariat, Sumy Oblast
    11. Awarded which orders and medals and date of awarding: Medal “For Victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War, 1941-1945”
    12. Permanent home address of the recommendee or the address of his family: Sumy Oblast, Shostkinsky District, urban-type settlement of Voronezh, Gorky Street 106


    I. Concise, concrete description of personal feat of arms or merits

    Comrade Tavanets participated in the Great Patriotic War from 05.01.1942 to 27.01.1942 as part of the 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, in the position of battalion chief of signals. Appointed commander of an assault group to take the village of Mostki, Leningrad Oblast, he advanced with his group under heavy machine-gun fire. On 27.01.1942, he was severely wounded in the left leg, right arm, and bladder. From 27.01.1942 to 01.07.1943, he was in the hospital for recuperation. On 1 July, 1943, as unfit for military service, he was dismissed via Hospital №4109. The wound is confirmed by an illness certificate from Evacuation Hospital №4109.

    After dismissal, he received a pension beginning in 1943, at first per 2nd group, then from 1948 per 3rd group of disability. To this day, the wound he suffered affects his general health condition, especially the bladder wound.

    At present, he works as a forest ranger for the Pirotchinskoye Forest Area, Shostkinsky LesKhozZag; his work evaluations are favorable. Local Soviet and Party organs recommend that he be presented for awarding.

    CONCLUSION: Considering the severe would he received in defense of the USSR, which to this day has an impact on his general health, he deserves awarding of the Government award the Order of the Patriotic War 2nd Class.

    Shostka City Military Commissar
    Lieutenant-Colonel Kyazimovsky [signed & stamped]

    8 [?] March, 1965

    [page 2]


    II. Conclusion of Superiors

    Deserves awarding of the Order of the Patriotic War 2nd Class

    Acting Sumy Oblast Military Commissar
    Lieutenant-Colonel Strakh [signed]

    3 April, 1965


    In accordance with resolution of the Military Council of the
    Kiev Military District of 10 [?] April, 1965,
    is recommended for awarding of the Order of the Red Star

    Chief of the Personnel Department, Kiev Military District
    Colonel M. Ishchuk [signed & stamped]

    9 April, 1965


    Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds


    Order of the Red Star #3567622

    Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds

    Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds

    Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds


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    Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds

    Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds

    Order of the Red Star, #3567622, 666th Independent Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, 314th Rifle Division, for wounds


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    Very nice star with nice citation. After 1947 the disabled where seen as something negative in Stalin's eyes and were pushed to the background but fortunately after Stalin's death these heroes got full recognition again and many were awarded for their wartime deeds that led to their disabilities. This Red Star is such an award. Very nice!

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