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Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI


Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI

Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI    Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI
Soviet Russian USSR Order of the Red Star. With serial number in the 200-300 thousand range awarded to Senior Lieutenant Nikolai Medved, a technical officer for the 1455th Self-Propelled Artillery Regiment - armed with the. The 1455th was situated on the Northern Flank of the German attack, and fought in the area around. During the main phase of battle, from July 5 to July 10, 1943, the 1455th first fought in the area of Alekseevka, then was moved south to Ponyri. Firing on German armor, infantry, and artillery, thru July 17, the regiment claimed destruction of 4 tanks (including 1 Tiger), several artillery batteries, and at least a company of infantry (destroyed with just 12 shells outside of Ponyri).

Ini that period, the regiment. Lost 5 of its own 16 SU-122s, of which 4 were repaired. Thanks in part to the efforts of.

Carried out timely and quality repairs to combat vehicles that were knocked out of action, thereby ensuring that the unit could carry out its combat mission to crush the German invaders. Medved continued to serve with the 1455th for the remainder of the war, earning an additional Order of the Red Star and Order of the Patriotic War 2nd Class for repairing the regiment's self-propelled guns under fire. Condition is as seen in the images! Because of the Service Record portrait of Medved wearing his awards, it is clear that this Red Star. Suffered wartime damage and has been preserved in its original condition as worn by its recipient.

The red dot on the back may be a stray drop of enamel. The serial number of the award is authentic and matches the serial number shown in the archival documents. If you require confirmation in advance, please send me a message, and I will gladly provide images. Reasonable, rational collectors who are genuinely interested in the history represented by an award will make the effort to reach out and will quickly find that everything is in order.

Winner will be provided with archival research (23 pages including Award Record Card) in electronic format, unredacted, in color. Reports by the 1455th from the Battle of Kursk are among these documents. There are also two archival portraits of Medved, in electronic format. Professional English translation of the Record Card and Citation for this Red Star is available if requested before receipt of item. I will answer all coherent, respectful inquiries to the best of my ability.

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Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI    Soviet Russian Medal Order of the Red Star Pyatka KURSK SU-122 Regiment PONYRI