Order of the Red Banner

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Ivanov Ivan Mikhailovich
Mikhail Nikolaevich Kruglov
Soviet tank unit in a Berlin suburb
Fosterling of the 30th Guards Rifle Regiment of the 8th Guards Panfilov Rifle Division, Guards Private P. Palin
Assistant Commander of the 30th Guards Rifle Regiment of the 8th Guards Panfilov Rifle Division Guards Captain N. Burykin
Chief of food and feed supply of the 30th Guards Regiment of the 8th Panfilov Rifle Division Guards First Lieutenant E. Tumasov
Order Holder, Guard Battalion Commissar F.D. Tolstunov.
Machine-gunner Guard Sergeant V.G. Minaev of 30th Guards Infantry Regiment of 8th Guards Panfilov Division.
Women pilots of the light bomber aviation
Commander of a squadron of 17th fighter aviation regiment Captain A.I. Novikov near the Bell P-39 Air-Cobra aircraft
Karbulov Victor Grigorievich
Kosteev Peter Illarionovich
Specialist M. Kantaria, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Specialist M. Kantaria, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Specialist M. Kantaria, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Specialist M. Kantaria, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Sergeant M. Yegorov, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Lieutenant General I. Chernyakhovsky, Commander of the 60th Army
Zhavoronkov Timofey Nikolaevich
Dolgov Valery and Regina
Marina Chechneva and Serafima Amosova, pilots of the all-female 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment
Ivanov Ivan Mikhailovich
Mikhail Nikolaevich Kruglov
Soviet tank unit in a Berlin suburb
Fosterling of the 30th Guards Rifle Regiment of the 8th Guards Panfilov Rifle Division, Guards Private P. Palin
Assistant Commander of the 30th Guards Rifle Regiment of the 8th Guards Panfilov Rifle Division Guards Captain N. Burykin
Chief of food and feed supply of the 30th Guards Regiment of the 8th Panfilov Rifle Division Guards First Lieutenant E. Tumasov
Order Holder, Guard Battalion Commissar F.D. Tolstunov.
Machine-gunner Guard Sergeant V.G. Minaev of 30th Guards Infantry Regiment of 8th Guards Panfilov Division.
Women pilots of the light bomber aviation
Commander of a squadron of 17th fighter aviation regiment Captain A.I. Novikov near the Bell P-39 Air-Cobra aircraft
Karbulov Victor Grigorievich
Kosteev Peter Illarionovich
Specialist M. Kantaria, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Specialist M. Kantaria, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Specialist M. Kantaria, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Specialist M. Kantaria, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Sergeant M. Yegorov, scout of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Lieutenant General I. Chernyakhovsky, Commander of the 60th Army
Zhavoronkov Timofey Nikolaevich
Dolgov Valery and Regina
Marina Chechneva and Serafima Amosova, pilots of the all-female 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment

Karbulov Victor Grigorievich

Title: Red Army man. Troops: Ground Forces, Air Force (except marine aviation), Coast Guard, NKVD, Border Guard. Division: 150th Infantry Division of the Idritz-Berlin Kutuzov Order. Viktor G. Karbulov lived in the village of Uryum, Tetyusha district, Republic of Tatarstan, participant of the Great Patriotic War, holder of the Order of the Red Banner - this very important military award. He was a Red Army soldier, rifleman of 756th rifle regiment of 150th rifle division of Idritsk. V.G. Karbulov recalls "...I was conscripted into the army in June 44 and enrolled in a special combat battalion. Why only in 1944? I wasn’t tall, they didn’t want me in the beginning, then they needed me, the war required human reserves. Then I was trained for 2.5 months to become a paratrooper. But when the time came to use me in practice, I was expelled - I did not have enough weight. I got into the marching company. And immediately on the front line. Our troops were actively attacking. We liberated Poland. There were fierce battles on the approaches to Warsaw. Each house was like a fortress here. In one of the hard battles, which even hurts to remember, we were surrounded. From 68 people of our company only 15 survived by a miracle. Among them was I. When our troops broke through the ring of entourage, the Germans, retreating, destroyed everything on their way. And, of course, were ruthless to us, the soldiers. In the battle for Kunersdorf under strong fire of the enemy Karbulov was the first to cross the water border. He broke into the heavily fortified point of the enemy and destroyed 10 Hitlerites. When the ammo ran out, he opened fire from a trophy machine gun and provided the crossing for his unit. In the battle the squad leader was seriously injured and Karbulov took command, broke through with his department in the German trench, crushed the machine-gun point with grenades and set a red flag at a height. Karbulov held back furious German attacks for 10 hours until the unit approached. For this fight, he was awarded the Order of the Red Banner and has an award sheet for the title of Hero of the Soviet Union.
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