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Order of Alexander Nevsky, number 19912


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Though it is a hard time for bying material,I decided to buy this order.Quite a good quality. It was awarded to Sergey Mikhailovich Batyaev-First Lieutenant of Artillery for a batlle in Lithuania in 1944,October,5th.If you can read Russian you can find more information in Podvig naroda inputting the name .

Батяев Сергей Михайлович 1921г.р.

 

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7 hours ago, Paul R said:

Beautiful award!!!  For us non-Russian speakers, what were his other awards?  What was his terminal rank?

I am glad you like the topic. The list of his awards.                                       Medal for Valour 26.7.1942

Order of Alexandr Nevskiy 18.11.1944

Order of Patriotic War 2 Grade 8.2. 1945

Order of Red Star  24.2.1945

Order of Patriotic War 1 Grade Jubilee 9.5.1985

His terminal rank :Captain

 

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