FULL CAVALIER OF THE ORDER OF GLORY

They are proud of the Kugarchinsky district

HEROES OF THE SOVIET UNION

AMINOV Minnetdin Gilmetdinovich was born in 1922 in the village of Saryshevo, Meleuzovsky district of the Republic of Belarus. He died on August 12, 1969, was buried in the village of Yumaguzino, Kugarchinsky District. Drafted into the army in 1942. Shooter of the 178th Tank Brigade (10th Tank Corps, 40th Army, Voronezh Front). On September 21, 1943, with a forward detachment, he crossed the river. Dnieper south of Kyiv. Participated in the capture and expansion of the bridgehead on the right bank of the river. Was badly wounded. The title of Hero of the Soviet Union was awarded on October 23, 1943. He worked on the Red Lighthouse collective farm. He was awarded the Orders of Lenin, the Red Star, and medals. A street in the city of Meleuz and in the village of Yumaguzino is named after the Hero. Rank: Private
BEKETOV Vasily Semenovich was born in 1924 in the village of Andreevka. Died in 1991. He was at the front from July 1943. Commander of a rifle platoon of the 170th Guards Rifle Regiment (57th Guards Rifle Division, 8th Guards Army, 1st Belorussian Front). Particularly distinguished himself when crossing the Western Bug and Vistula rivers. The title of Hero of the Soviet Union V.S. Beketov was awarded on March 24, 1945. After the war, he worked as a mechanic, chief mechanic in the construction department of the city of Kumertau, senior foreman at the Salavat car repair plant, head of the section at transport enterprises in the city of Salavat. He was awarded the Orders of Lenin, the Red Banner, the Patriotic War of the 1st degree, the Red Star, and medals. Rank: senior sergeant
EZHOV Nikolai Gerasimovich was born in 1922 in the village of Yadgarovo. Died March 1, 1945, buried in Braniewo (Poland). He was drafted into the army in 1941. Gun commander of the 571st Artillery Regiment (154th Rifle Division, 2nd Guards Army, 3rd Belorussian Front). On March 1, 1945, he showed exceptional courage and heroism in the battle for mastering the highway and the railway, which were of great strategic importance. The main burden of repelling enemy counterattacks fell on the calculation of N.G. Yezhov’s guns. When repulsing the sixth counterattack, a fragment of an enemy shell cut short his life. The title of Hero of the Soviet Union was awarded on June 29, 1945 posthumously. He was awarded the Orders of Lenin, the Red Star, the Order of Glory 3rd degree. Rank: sergeant
EREMIN Mikhail Ivanovich was born in 1920 in the village of Denisovka. Died May 9, 1945, buried in Siedlce (Poland). At the front since April 1942. Reconnaissance platoon of the 331st Infantry Regiment (96th Infantry Division, 48th Army, 1st Belorussian Front). He especially distinguished himself in battles with the Nazi invaders in the Bobruisk-Baranovichi direction in June-July 1944. The title of Hero of the Soviet Union M.I. Eremin was awarded on March 24, 1945. He was awarded the Orders of Lenin, the Red Banner, Glory 3rd degree, a medal. Rank: Private
ZHUVASIN Pavel Alekseevich was born in 1908 in the village of Podgornoye. Died October 4, 1944, buried in Turda (Romania). Member of the Soviet-Finnish war of 1939-1940. On the front of the Great Patriotic War since June 1941. Assistant commander of a platoon of submachine gunners of the 307th Guards Rifle Regiment (110th Guards Rifle Division, 37th Army, Steppe Front). On October 1, 1943, in the battle for the liberation of the village of Kontsevalovka, Onufrievsky district, Kirovograd region, at the head of a platoon, he was the first to break into the village and destroy the enemy’s machine-gun crew with a grenade, thereby ensuring the further advancement of our infantry. They also captured a German gun. On October 6, 1943, in the battle for height 167.8, he was the first to break into the German trenches and destroyed 7 Nazis with grenades, captured 2. The title of Hero of the Soviet Union was awarded on February 22, 1944. Awarded the Order of Lenin, a medal. Rank: senior sergeant
KOPYLOV Vasily Danilovich was born in 1921 in the village of Mrakovo. He died in April 1966. He was buried in Chelyabinsk. Since August 1941 on the fronts of the Great Patriotic War. He fought on the Western, Southwestern, Voronezh fronts. Was injured. Commander of a motorized rifle section of the 178th Tank Brigade (10th Tank Corps, 40th Army, Voronezh Front). He accomplished a feat while crossing the Dnieper River on September 23, 1943. The title of Hero of the Soviet Union was awarded on January 10, 1944. After the war he lived and worked in Chelyabinsk. He was awarded the Orders of Lenin, the Red Star, and medals. Rank: sergeant
SUFIANOV Sufi Khazievich was born in 1914 in the village of Aigai-Mursalyai. Died January 24, 1999. On the front of the Great Patriotic War since April 1942. Commander of a rifle company of the 79th Guards Rifle Regiment (26th Guards Rifle Division, 11th Guards Army, 3rd Belorussian Front). Among the first he crossed the river. Neman near the city of Alytus (Lithuania). The title of Hero of the Soviet Union was awarded on March 24, 1945. After the war, he worked as chairman of the Oktyabrsky village council of the Kugarchinsky district, chairman of a collective farm. He was awarded the Order of Lenin, two Orders of the Red Banner, the Order of Alexander Nevsky, two Orders of the Patriotic War of the 1st degree, the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, and medals. Rank: senior lieutenant
SHAMGULOV Fattah Gafuryanovich was born in 1921 in the village of Yalcino. He died on April 19, 1945. He was buried in Pszyna (Poland). At the front since May 1942. He fought on the Bryansk, Central, 1st Ukrainian, 4th Ukrainian fronts. He commanded a rifle company, a battalion, was a deputy regiment commander for combat units. The title of Hero of the Soviet Union was awarded on May 15, 1946 posthumously. He was awarded the orders of Lenin, the Red Banner, Kutuzov 3rd degree, Alexander Nevsky, Patriotic War 1st degree, Red Star. A memorial plaque was installed on the building of the Khudaiberda secondary school in the Kugarchinsky district. Rank: major

FULL CAVALIER OF THE ORDER OF GLORY

SHUBIN Georgy Ivanovich was born in 1919 in the village of Novo-Petrovskoye. As part of his division, he liberates Ukraine, Belarus, Poland and then the capture of Berlin. For courage and courage shown in battles he was awarded the Order of Glory: 3rd degree, 2nd degree, 1st degree. The third order was received posthumously. Rank: senior sergeant



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