Order of the Red Star

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Ilyukhin Terenty Grigorievich
Ivanov Semyon Vladimirovich
Valentin Ivanov
Isaev Yakov Nikitovich
Khramchenkov Viktor Fedorovich
Khazheev Ivan Shanidaevich
Tsyganov Ivan Mikhailovich
Zombori Alexander Iosifovich
Mikhail Nikolaevich Kruglov
Karyagin Semyon Efimovich
Kritskiy Victor Mikhailovitch

Kovalev Andrey Matveyevich

Kravtsov Alexander Nikiforovich
Komar Alexei Akimovich
Kuznechenko Andrey Egorovich
Captain K. Samsonov, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 380th Rifle Regiment
Captain K. Samsonov, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 380th Rifle Regiment
Captain S. Neustroev, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Serbov Savely Grigorievich
Marina Chechneva and Serafima Amosova, pilots of the all-female 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment
Portrait of Natalya Meklin, a pilot of the all-female 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment
Ilyukhin Terenty Grigorievich
Ivanov Semyon Vladimirovich
Valentin Ivanov
Isaev Yakov Nikitovich
Khramchenkov Viktor Fedorovich
Khazheev Ivan Shanidaevich
Tsyganov Ivan Mikhailovich
Zombori Alexander Iosifovich
Mikhail Nikolaevich Kruglov
Karyagin Semyon Efimovich
Kritskiy Victor Mikhailovitch

Kovalev Andrey Matveyevich

Kravtsov Alexander Nikiforovich
Komar Alexei Akimovich
Kuznechenko Andrey Egorovich
Captain K. Samsonov, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 380th Rifle Regiment
Captain K. Samsonov, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 380th Rifle Regiment
Captain S. Neustroev, Commander of the 1st Rifle Battalion of the 756th Rifle Regiment
Serbov Savely Grigorievich
Marina Chechneva and Serafima Amosova, pilots of the all-female 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment
Portrait of Natalya Meklin, a pilot of the all-female 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment

Kritskiy Victor Mikhailovitch

Kritskiy Victor Mikhailovich was born on July 20, 1923 in the village of Ankovo, Teikovsky district, Ivanovo region. In his youth, he worked in the communications department, and his brigade served government communication lines between Ivanovo and Moscow. Despite his reservation, when he learned of the beginning of the war, V.M. Kritskiy went to the military registration and enlistment office. Having been sent to the Serpukhov Aviation Technical School, where he was trained under an accelerated program from September 15, 1941 to May 28, 1942. However, his dream to become a pilot did not come true: the country did not have enough planes. Kritskiy V.M. served in the 450th rifle regiment of the 265th rifle division. He was a gun commander. War roads led him to become one of the defenders of Leningrad, and he took part in fierce battles for the Sinyavinskie Heights. During the fighting, his seven-man crew destroyed: two DOTs, three DZOTs, six artillery guns and 48 fascists. At night, the soldiers went to reconnaissance to detect enemy fire points and draw a map of fire, and then, according to this map, deliver accurate strikes against the enemy. During the battles almost all the crews died. Few are still alive. But as a result of the offensive in the Sinyavsk direction, together with the troops of the Leningrad Front, it was possible to disrupt the enemy's plan of attack on Leningrad. In 1944, on the approaches to the border of the Latvian SSR, a few kilometers from Riga, Viktor Mikhailovich was seriously wounded, his left hand was shattered. Thanks to the skill of doctors, amputation was avoided. V.M. Kritskiy welcomed Victory Day in Ivanovo Hospital №3818, where he was sent after his wound. Subsequently, Viktor Mikhailovich graduated from Ivanovo Dental School. After receiving his diploma in dental engineering, he was sent together with his wife (former classmate) to the city of Demidov, Smolensk region, where he worked in his specialty. In 1953, the Kritskiy family moved to Furmanov. Kritskiy V.M., as the most experienced specialist, by the management of the Fourmanovsky CSB, was sent to factory number 2 to open the first dental office at the enterprises, where he worked until he was 81. Those who came to Kritskiy V.M. for help said that he had "golden" hands. Kritskiy V.M. was awarded: the Order of the Red Star, the Order of the Great Patriotic War, the Medal "For Courage", the Medal "For the Defense of Leningrad", the Medal of Zhukov and insignia, including the "Veteran of the Volkhov Front - a participant in the battle for Leningrad 1941-1944. Tsarev A.I. passed away at the age of 88 in the family circle.
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