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  1. Captain Afanasiya Kondrat'evich Lysko Investigative officer of the Special Section of the NKVD, 256th Rifle Division On July 20, 1941, he was sent to the Moscow-Sofrino formation point, where he was appointed commander of a machine-gun company of the 256th rifle division of the 930th regiment. In 1941 he took part in the battles in the Kalinin region, the liberation of the city of Kalinin, where he was wounded in the stomach. He took part in the battles for liberation of the Smolensk region. When the blockade of Leningrad was broken in the area of the city of Shlissenburg, he was wounded in a tank explosion. For 2 months he was in a Partisan brigade in the Leningrad forests. He fought in the territory of Romania and Bulgaria, was wounded and did not reach Berlin. Throughout the war he fought in one unit, in the 256th rifle division. After the war he was decommissioned with the rank of captain. He had numerous awards: the Order of the Patriotic War of the 2nd degree, 2 Orders of the Red Star, a medal for military merit, a medal for the Defense of Leningrad and many others. He lived in the city of Khorol, Poltava region. After the war, he worked as director of the Khorol state forest nursery. He passed away on 24.04.2002. Red Star 1 (Missing) Award sheet On: Lysko, Afanasiya Kondrat’evich – Captain, Investigative Officer for the Special Section of the NKVD, 256the Rifle Division Nominated for: Order of the Red Star 1. Born in 1912 in Sumy Region, Ukrainian SSR 2. Nationality: Ukrainian 3. Social Status: White collar worker 4. Party membership: member of the All Union Party of Bolsheviks 5. Since when in the Red Army: Since 1932 6. Previous service: In the Patriotic was since July 1941 7. Wounds and contusions: Wounded twice in combat with the German-Fascist invaders 8. Recommendations for, or awards previously received: No prior awards and no prior recommendations 9. Home address: __________ Short, concrete description of his combat feat or merits Comrade Lysko has been working in the Special Section of the Division since the early days of the formation of the 256th Rifle Division – July 1941. First in the position of Commander of a separate platoon of the special section of the NKVD, and since April 1942 in the position of Investigative Officer of a serving reconnaissance battalion and a separate communications battalion of the 256th Rifle Division. Comrade Lysko, as commander of a platoon of the Special Section of the NKVD was systematically sent with the fighters of the Division’s units, to the most critical areas of battle, where he successfully organized and led blocking battalions, combatting the panic-mongers and cowards. In the most critical moments of battle, comrade Lysko showed his initiative to ensure the victory of his unit in the battle against fascism. In December 1941, by the city of Kalinin, whilst with the soldiers of his platoon in the 930th Rifle Regiment, comrade Lysko, using his own initiative went to scout into the enemy’s rear in order to reconnoitre the firepower needed for the 930th Rifle Regiment to break through the enemy’s defensive arrangements. Comrade Lysko assumed fire on the superior enemy forces, obtaining valuable information about the enemy, scattering a group of fascists and then made his way back to the location of the 930th Infantry Regiment’s defence. In the battles against the fascists, comrade Lysko was seriously wounded twice, but despite the injuries – he refused to leave for the hospital and continued in his service. Whilst being surrounded, along with sections of the 256th Rifle Division in July 1942 at Sychevsky, Smolensk Region – comrade Lysko did not stop his operative service in the sub-units he served, denouncing cowards, alarmists and traitors with whom he waged a relentless struggle. Red Star 2 - Included Comrade Lysko, working as an officer of the SMERSH section, managed to properly organise the assessment of the Regiment's personnel. During the period of the combat from January 22nd 1944, to February 22nd of the same year, west of Novgorod, the Regiment did not have a single instance of immoral phenomenon. In the same location, whilst the Regiment was advancing, among the liberated population, he exposed 18 traitorous men – betrayers of the Motherland, working for the Germans, which contributed to the fulfilment of our combat missions. In the battles to the west of the city of Narva, Estonian SSR, since March 14th this year, whilst continually personally being in combat formations, he captivated the fighters to fulfil their combat duty. In the Battles from the 6th to 8th of April 1944, to the west of the city of Narva, Estonian SSR, when the enemy was numerically superior in manpower and tanks, and at elevation 32.2 cut off the headquarters and subdivision, Comrade Lysko rendered great assistance to the military command in making a combat decision. He personally formed subunits from the personnel of his subdivision and other units, thereby assisting in the suppression and holding back of the enemy. For his vigilance shown, personal bravery and courage, I apply for comrade Lysko to be awarded the governmental award – Order of the Red Star OPW - Included Whilst participating in battles on September 26th 1944 in the area of Lake Taleya in the Latvian SSR, whilst eating at the battalion's command post, he discovered a group of Germans who were trying to bypass the battalion's command post. Comrade Lysko, having gathered a group of 5 men, decisively attacked the Germans, as a result of which the group of Germans were scattered and 5 German soldiers were taken prisoner. During the period of preparation for combat on September 14th 1944, Comrade Lysko prevented an instance of treason to the Motherland at the hands of form Private in the 930th Rifle Regiment, GRINKO, who was sentenced by the VTK to 8 years imprisonment for this crime. Skilfully organizing the Chekist work in the Regiment and Blocking Units, Comrade Lysko prevented a number of cases of desertion and escape from the battlefield. All of those who had intended to defect from the unit were promptly detained. On September 20th Comrade Lysko, whilst in the combat formations of the unit, received a fourth wound – however, he did not leave the battlefield, continuing his work in the regiment to the present day. For courage and bravery shown in battle, as well as the skilful organization of the Chekist work and blocking units, I apply for comrade Lysko to be awarded the Order of the Patriotic War 2nd Class.
  2. Dear Friends, I have been lucky to be able to find and get the biggest collection of Soviet awards ever collected in Finland. The person who built this collection started buying Soviet material already in 1980's and when Iron Curtain was lift off, he did it heavily. As we know, good quality fakes approached very quickly, but in 1991/1992 they were not yet available. As I go deeper in to these files I may be able to track the year where certain items have been sold (as originals of course), but I also ask your help with the authenticity of some items. I will post now some examples what I have got: I would be grateful for all the comments, 1.) The Order for the service to the Homeland in the armed forces of USSR. 2nd class with award booklet for all three classes. Looks good! All the best, Janihttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2014/post-1035-0-06917500-1397558745.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_04_2014/post-1035-0-13373400-1397558699.jpg
  3. Despite being on a really fixed budget lately, I was able to work out a really nice payment plan to purchase this really rare item. The OGPW1 is not that rare in itself, but the fact that it was awarded posthumously makes it really unique. The OGPW series is one of the few that were authorized to be passed to family members after death. In the case of other posthumous awards; they were awarded only on paper.
  4. Order [for his MC] Secret Copy nr. 2 [Pencil note: Independent Coastal Army] Order nr. 010/N Of the 400th Rifle Regiment, 89th Rifle Division, North Caucasian Front October 9, 1943 – Active Army On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, I award: The Medal for Courage to: […] 9. Private Sako Arutyunovich Fedonyan, telephone operator in the regiment’s Signal Company, for enabling uninterrupted communications between battalion headquarters and the units, for serving with shock groups, for providing these groups with communications, and for laying a telephone line under enemy fire during the fighting between September 11 and September 15, 1943. Born in 1922, Armenian, member of the Komsomol, drafted into the Red Army by the Military Commissariat of the city of Akhalkalaki. He hasn’t been decorated and hasn’t been wounded. Home address: _______________. […] Commander of the 400th Rifle Regiment Major [signed] /Peschansky/ Chief of staff of the 400th Rifle Regiment Major [signed] /Sardaryan/ Verified by the chief of the Personnel Section of the 89th Taman Rifle Division Captain of the Administrative Service [signed] August 8, 1944 Chief of the Personnel Section of the Independent Coastal Army Colonel [signed] /Zhdanov/ August 17, 1944 Order [for his 1st ORS] Secret Copy nr. 2 [Pencil note: Independent Coastal Army; June 26, 1944] Order Of the 89th Taman Rifle Division March 9, 1944 – Nr. 08/N – Active Army On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, for the exemplary accomplishment of combat missions in the struggle with the German invaders and the valor and bravery displayed in the process, I award: The Order of the Red Star to: […] 19. Private Sergo Arutyunovich Fedonyan, telephone operator in the Signal Company of the 400th Rifle Regiment, 89th Taman Rifle Division […] Commander of the 89th Taman Rifle Division Major General [signed] /Safaryan/ Chief of staff of the 89th Taman Rifle Division Colonel [signed] /Sokolsky/ Chief of the Personnel Section of the Independent Coastal Army Colonel [signed] /Zhdanov/ April 5, 1944 Award sheet [for his 1st ORS] [Pencil note: Red Star] Award sheet 1. Last name, first name and patronymic: Fedonyan, Sergo Arutyunovich 2. Rank: Private 3. Position and unit: Telephone operator in the Signal Company of the 400th Rifle Regiment, 89th Taman Rifle Division Nominated for: Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class 4. Year of birth: 1922 5. Nationality: Armenian 6. Party affiliation: Member of the Komsomol 7. Participation in the Patriotic War, the subsequent combat actions to defend the USSR, and the Patriotic War (where and when): Since August 7, 1942 on the North Caucasian Front 8. Wounds and contusions received during the Patriotic War: No 9. Since when in the Red Army: Since December 1941 10. Drafted by which military commissariat: Military Commissariat of the Akhaltsikhe Raion, Georgian SSR 11. Awards received previously (for which merits): Medal for Courage by Order of the 400th Rifle Regiment nr. 010/N of October 9, 1943 12. Permanent home address of the prospective awardee and the address of his family: _______________ Short, concrete description of his combat feat or merits: On September 19, 1943, during the fighting for the village of Verkhne-Bakanskaya, he risked his life under heavy artillery, mortar, and sniper fire to repair ten breaks in the communications line. He provided the regimental headquarters with uninterrupted communications so it could lead the battalion’s combat operations. Conclusion: Comrade Fedonyan deserves the Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class. Commander of the 400th Rifle Regiment Major [signed] /Peschansky/ I award the Order of the Red Star. Commander of the 89th Taman Rifle Division Major General [signed] /Safaryan/ March 8, 1944 By Order of the 89th Taman Rifle Division nr. 08/N of March 9, 1944 awarded the Order of the Red Star. Chief of the 4th Section Captain of the Administrative Service [signed] /Allakhverdov/ Order [for his OG3] Secret Copy nr. 2 [Pencil note: Independent Coastal Army; April 2, 1945] Order Of the Independent Coastal Army June 26, 1944 – Nr. 0450/N – Active Army On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, for the exemplary accomplishment of combat missions in the struggle with the German invaders and the valor and bravery displayed in the process, I award: […] The Order of Glory, 3rd Class to: […] 3. Private Sergo Arutyunovich Fedonyan, senior telephone operator in the Signal Company of the 400th Rifle Regiment, 89th Taman Rifle Division Commander of the Independent Coastal Army Guards Lieutenant General [signed] /K. Melnik/ Member of the Military Council of the Independent Coastal Army Major General of the Quartermaster Service [signed] /Bayukov/ Army chief of staff Lieutenant General [signed] /Lyubarsky/ Chief of the Personnel Section Colonel [signed] /Zhdanov/ Award sheet [for his OG3] [Pencil note: Red Star] Award sheet 1. Last name, first name and patronymic: Fedonyan, Sergo Arutyunovich 2. Rank: Private 3. Position and unit: Senior telephone operator in the Signal Company of the 400th Rifle Regiment, 89th Taman Order of the Red Star Rifle Division Nominated for: Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class 4. Year of birth: 1922 5. Nationality: Armenian 6. Party affiliation: Member of the Komsomol 7. Participation in the Patriotic War, the subsequent combat actions to defend the USSR, and the Patriotic War (where and when): On the North Caucasian Front and with the Independent Coastal Army since August 7, 1942 8. Wounds and contusions received during the Patriotic War: No 9. Since when in the Red Army: Since December 23, 1943 10. Drafted by which military commissariat: Military Commissariat of the Akhalkalaki Raion, Georgian SSR 11. Awards received previously: Medal for Courage by Order of the 400th Rifle Regiment nr. 012/N of October 9, 1943 and Order of the Red Star by Order of the 89th Taman Rifle Division nr. 08/N of March 9, 1944 12. Permanent home address of the prospective awardee and the address of his family: _______________ Short, concrete description of his combat feat or merits: During the assault on an enemy pocket of resistance at the Gornaya heights on the Sevastopol bridgehead, he repaired a damaged communications line under heavy enemy fire. After comrade Fedonyan had repaired 9 breaks, the line was once again hit by massive enemy fire. After he had quickly gathered a trophy cable, he laid a line at a new location, thus establishing stable communications with battalion headquarters. During the offensive he remained with his unit even though he had received a wound. During complex combat situations he supported the uninterrupted communications with the battalions, which were engaged in battle. This contributed to the regiment’s overall success. Conclusion: Comrade Fedonyan deserves the Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class. Commander of the 400th Rifle Regiment Lieutenant Colonel [signed] /Glukhodedov/ June 12, 1944 [Pencil note: Glory 3rd Class] He deserves the Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class. Temporary commander of the 89th Taman Rifle Division Colonel [signed] /Bulbulyan/ June 12, 1944 By Order of the Independent Coastal Army nr. 0450/N of June 26, 1944 awarded the Order of Glory, 3rd Class. Order [for his 2nd ORS] Secret Copy nr. 2 Order Of the 89th Taman Red Banner Order of the Red Star Rifle Division, 33rd Army, 1st Belorussian Front April 8, 1945 – Nr. 018/N – Active Army On behalf of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, for the exemplary accomplishment of combat missions in the struggle with the German invaders and the valor and bravery displayed in the process, I award: In the 400th Sevastopol Rifle Regiment: The Order of the Red Star to: […] 44. Private Sergo Arutyunovich Fidonyan, telephone operator in the regiment’s Signal Company […] Commander of the 89th Taman Red Banner Order of the Red Star Rifle Division Major General [signed] /Safaryan/ Division chief of staff Colonel [signed] /Belousov/ Verified by the chief of the Personnel Section Captain of the Administrative Service [signed] /Mkrtychev/ Award sheet [for his 2nd ORS] All fields to be filled out fully Award sheet 1. Last name, first name and patronymic: Fidonyan, Sergo Arutyunovich 2. Rank: Private 3. Position and unit: Telephone operator in the Signal Company of the 400th Sevastopol Rifle Regiment, 89th Taman Red Banner Order of the Red Star Rifle Division, 33rd Army, 1st Belorussian Front Nominated for: Order of the Red Star 4. Year of birth: 1922 5. Nationality: Armenian 6. Party affiliation: Member of the Communist Party since 1944, nr. 6430932 7. Participation in the Patriotic War, the subsequent combat actions to defend the USSR, and the Patriotic War (where and when): Since August 7, 1942 on the North Caucasian Front, with the Independent Coastal Army, and on the 1st Belorussian Front 8. Wounds and contusions received during the Patriotic War: No 9. Since when in the Red Army: Since December 22, 1941 10. Drafted by which military commissariat: Military Commissariat of the Akhalkalaki Raion, Georgian SSR 11. Awards received previously: Medal for Courage by Order of the 400th Rifle Regiment nr. 010/N of November 17, 1943; Order of the Red Star by Order of the 89th Rifle Division nr. 08/N of March 9, 1944; and Order of Glory, 3rd Class by Order of the Independent Coastal Army nr. 450/N of June 16, 1944 12. Permanent home address of the prospective awardee and the address of his family: _______________ Short, concrete description of his combat feat or merits: On February 16, 1945, during a German attack on our bridgehead (on the western bank of the Oder River), comrade Fidonyan, who was serving as a telephone line supervisor, made his way to the line 9 times under enemy fire to repair breaks. The regimental communications were stable and reliable thanks to comrade Fidonyan’s selfless efforts. Conclusion: Comrade Fidonyan deserves the Order of the Red Star. Commander of the 400th Sevastopol Rifle Regiment Guards Lieutenant Colonel [signed] /Shapovalov/ February 27, 1945 I award the Order of the Red Star. Temporary commander of the 89th Taman Red Banner Rifle Division Major General [signed] /Safaryan/ March …, 1945 By Order of the 89th Taman Red Banner Rifle Division nr. 018/N of April 8, 1945 awarded the Order of the Red Star. Chief of the Personnel Section Captain of the Administrative Service [signed] /Mkrtychev/
  5. I just received this awesome Order of the Red Star, awarded to a veteran of the Battle of Lake Khasan. Sadly, it is a part of a larger and broken up grouping. But what makes me really happy is that anything associated with a Khasan veteran is nearly impossible to find. This is only partially translated. Any assistance with the translation of his service record as well as the citation would be greatly appreciated. Regards Paul
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