Vaxidov AxadVahidov Ahad - sergeant of the Red Army of the USSR, was born in 1921 in the Uzbek SSR, Samarkand region, the city of Samarkand. Sergeant Vakhidov Ahad fought on the Belorussian front. During the whole time he was in the active Army of the USSR. Fought for Minsk.
While participating in the battles, he was wounded twice. On October 19, 1942, as part of the 30th Infantry Regiment of the 70th Infantry Division of the Belorussian Front near Staraya Russa in the village of Golubovo, he received a slight bullet wound. He was wounded for the second time on February 22, 1943 near Stary Russa as part of the 30th regiment of the 70th division of the division in the area of \u200b\u200bthe right eye and abdomen (shrapnel).
Vahidov Ahad was awarded the Order of the Great Patriotic War and the medal "For Courage".
Rajabov NarziRajabov Narzi was born in 1924 in Bukhara region. Since 1942 in the Soviet Army and at the front. Officer of the 818th Rifle Regiment (2nd Ukrainian Front), private soldier. Hero of the Soviet Union (1944). He died on August 22, 1944.
Born and raised in the village of Khomin, Bukhara region, Narzi graduated from the seventh grade in 1940 and worked as an accountant in a collective farm.
The great son of the Uzbek people, Narzi Rajabov, sacrificed his life for the freedom of the country.
According to the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR dated September 13, 1944, the title of Hero of the Soviet Union was awarded to guard junior sergeant Narzi Rajabov.
Eshonqulov AbdusattorEshankulov Abdusattor was born on February 10, 1916 in Tashkent. In the Soviet Army since 1937. In 1943, Balashov graduated from the military aviation school for pilots. At the front since February 1944. In the 62nd assault aviation regiment, the commander of the link, senior lieutenant. Hero of the Soviet Union (1945).
Topivoldiyev MamadaliTopivoldiyev Mamadali was born on September 20, 1919 in the village of Pandigon in the present Rishton district of the Fergana region. He finished primary school and worked on a collective farm. In the Soviet Army since 1939. At the front since June 1941. He died tragically on May 7, 1969. Hero of the Soviet Union (1944).
M. Topivoldiyev was wounded in the battle and captured near the city of Borisov. Escaped from captivity in 1942. He was the commander of the reconnaissance unit of the 5th partisan detachment of the "Chekist" partisan brigade of the Mogilyov region. M. Topivoldiyev's unit mined bridges and roads in Krugloye district of Mogilyov region, destroyed enemy combat equipment, killed German invaders, and disarmed a large group of policemen. M. Topivoldiyev personally blew up 4 echelons of the enemy and destroyed 17 vehicles. In August 1944, he was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union. He was awarded the Order of Lenin, the Red Banner of Labor, the Order of Honor, medals.
Turdiev KuchkarTurdiev Kuchkar was born on February 1, 1917 in the village of Dardak, Kurgantepa district, Andijan region. From September 1941 at the front; shooter of the 353rd mountain rifle regiment. Private Turdiev in the battle on October 15, 1941 blew up an enemy bunker with a garrison. Hero of the Soviet Union (1942). Died in 1992.
On March 27, 1942, by the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, Kuchkar Turdiev was awarded the high title of Hero of the Soviet Union. The Order of Lenin appeared on his tunic, and a little higher - the Golden Star.
Kuchkar fought at Stalingrad and in Ukraine, took Warsaw and dozens of German cities, stormed Berlin. Next to the Order of Lenin and the Golden Star, the Orders of the Red Banner and the Order of the Patriotic War II degree shine, just below the medal for Stalingrad, for the capture of Warsaw and Berlin, for the victory over Nazi Germany.
Returning from the war, he enthusiastically took up peaceful creative work. He invested a lot of effort to bring his own collective farm to the forefront.
Source. Book of memory of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The main edition of Encyclopedias. 1995
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