Caesar Kunikov: the star and the death of the legendary commander. Part of 2. Taman

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In the second half of July 1942, the position of our troops in the south sharply deteriorated. The enemy was bursting into the Caucasus. 24 July fell Rostov-on-Don. And on July 29, the Nazis managed to force the Kagalnik River in the Novobataisk region, south of Rostov.

At that time, the 13 division of Caesar Kunikov’s patrol boats, based in Azov, was almost completely surrounded by land. Finally, an order was received to depart by sea to Yeisk. It was smooth on paper. 13-th division then had 2-me Seiner "Eagle" and "Strela", as well as 13-y boats. It was necessary not only to save the unit and the personnel of the division from the complete environment, but also to remove the comrades in arms from the partisan detachment "Brave-1". Place all the fighters of the division and partisans on boats and seiner turned out to be impossible. It was decided to put some of the personnel on the fishing boats, which they would take in tow.



As if there were few dangers for a wake column not spoiled by air defense weapons (and this is still putting it mildly), a strong westerly wind broke in the morning of August 2 on the expanses of the Sea of ​​Azov, the waves rose to the 2,5 meter. It is not only dangerous to go out in such weather to boats and seiners on the verge of overloading, and even with the rowboats on the towing cable, it is catastrophically dangerous. The division was in a tragic situation. Remain, therefore, to flood the division and take the last battle, to go to sea - not only to be at risk of dying under the waves, but also, given the maneuverability of such a column, to get under the wings of the Luftwaffe, and, perhaps, to please under the shelling from the shore, if the enemy is already completed the environment of the division. After all, to go far from the coast there was no possibility.

Kunikov decides to go to sea in 19: 00 and risk breaking into Yeisk, sending two patrol boats forward. At the appointed time, the wake column entered the Gulf of Taganrog, sturdier seiners kept a bit more seaward.



Coast at the Sea of ​​Azov at Port-Caton

After passing about 25 nautical miles in Azov, in the area of ​​Port-Katon, already late at night, Kunikov's division noticed light signals coming from the shore and gun shots. The boat sent for reconnaissance found out that the surviving sailors from the coastal battery No. XXUMX had given signals. The fighters of the battery, having spent all the shells, were ordered to blow up the battery and retreat to Yeisk. The first order was executed, but they could no longer depart - the enemy cut the escape routes. According to various sources, the surviving sailors were from 661 to 30 people. In addition, data on the date of evacuation is different. In some sources, 58 of August is indicated (respectively, Kunikov’s division should have come out earlier), in others, 1.

However, this does not change the essence. "Kunikovtsy" in complete darkness, under not very favorable weather conditions, a few dozen people took pictures of a steep bank from a stranger to them. In order to accommodate the new arrivals, Kunikov ordered to leave on board only combat-ready weapons and ammunition, all unnecessary - overboard. And without that, the low-speed column of the 13 Division began to be overwhelmed by the wave, the sailors desperately scooped up the water by any suitable means, including helmets.

Until Eisk, there were less than 5 nautical miles, and it seemed that there was little misfortune, as the Luftwaffe planes met the Kunikovsky column. But this time too, the 13 Division showed amazing survivability. Several times, the Ju-87 dive bombers entered the convoy of boats, but the only target that was hit was a boat, which lost control of close breaks and was thrown onto stones. The crew managed to save.

By this time, Yeisk was already a front-line city. And soon the 13 division should once again become the hope of evacuation for the remaining Yeisk garrison and the wounded. Now the course was taken on Temryuk calling at Primorsko-Akhtarsk. The front was rapidly rolling back to the Caucasus, the Nazis dreamed of oil.

In Temryuk, on the basis of the 13 Division, a separate battalion of marines was formed from the personnel of the Temryuk base ships that failed, the Azov Separate Battalion. Caesar Kunikov was appointed commander, Vasily Petrovich Nikitin was appointed commissar, and Veniamin Sergeevich Theological. The battalion was armed with guns and machine guns taken from ships, but with Kunikov's mastery, this only opened the way for his wit.

Caesar Kunikov: the star and the death of the legendary commander. Part of 2. Taman


Caesar Kunikov (right) and Vasily Nikitin

On August 21, the newly created Azov battalion received one of the first major battles. After artillery preparation, the battalion positions were attacked by the Romanian cavalry. But with the support of the canlodok in the port of Temryuk with the adjustment of the artillery post in the battalion and the friendly machine-gun fire, the attack repulsed both the first and the second without incurring significant losses. However, the difficult situation developed on the flanks and, to avoid encirclement, the “Kunikovtsy” moved to the east of the city.

On August 23, new positions were subjected to methodical shelling. And again the attack of the Romanian cavalry followed. However, now the command of the enemy of the brave Romanian equestrians, who have repeatedly draped off the field, was strengthened by a group tanks. And here we should recall the very mastery and ingenuity of Caesar. He, as colleagues remembered, generally loved and appreciated artisans. Therefore, no matter how soon the war drove him away from the next place, he tried to use his remarkable strength for the good of the Motherland (and do not care how pathetic it sounds, if it's true). So in artisanal conditions in the front Temryuk Kunikov insisted on the creation of "ersatz tanks."



Lifted from the bottom of the ship 45

X-NUMX-millimeter ship guns were installed on auto-platforms (ZIS trucks) from under projector installations. The flooring of these “platforms” was covered with steel sheets, since the usual wooden flooring would have scattered from recoil when firing from the body. At the command, the artillery sailors quickly and secretly advanced to the front edge of the battalion’s defense, fired direct fire and, supporting the defense with fire, also quickly left the position. No matter how ugly these “creations” looked, they did not help much in the defense of the city. Thus, during the attack on the positions of the Azov battalion 45 in August, the enemy lost more than 23 cavalrymen and the 300 tank, and over the whole day the enemy’s losses reached 4 people.

Heavy fighting so drained the Romanian cavalry division, that it had to be removed from the front and sent for re-formation, replacing it with fresh forces. But there was simply no one to replace Temryuk's defenders. The enemy has already approached Novorossiysk. On August 24, the marines of the Azov separate battalion, the 144 and 305 battalions left Temryuk. The last two battalions were combined into a separate battalion of the 144, and the Azov battalion was named 305.

It is under this new “name” that the battalion will cover the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Taman. Until August 29th, the Kunikov battalion was on the defensive, repelling enemy attacks supported by aviation and armored vehicles. The defense stretched from the village of Varenikovskaya to the village of Peresyp on the shore of the Temryuk Bay. Only the personnel of the Kerch Navy remained behind, which, with all available forces, counteracted attempts to land an enemy landing.

At the same time, Kunikov’s battalion itself defended the 17 front of kilometers. Here it should be noted the excellent reaction of Caesar to the changing situation. He felt the line of defense as his own nerve endings, and the slightest irritant responded with sharp opposition. After all, the only way to restrain the enemy with such forces until the first days of September. But this pursued only one important goal - to give time to evacuate the remaining defenders of Taman and the wounded. The enemy units already captured Anapa and took Taman into the ring.

Tired of recalcitrant marines and effective work, despite the size of our artillery, the Nazis began to transfer to Taman fresh 46 German and 3 Romanian divisions.

On the night of September 5, finally, all the fighters of the Taman Peninsula were evacuated, including the composition of the Kerch naval base, what was left of it. However, 305 remained in the cover. After completing the task, the battalion departed on a thin scythe, covered with reeds, between the Black Sea and the Kiziltash estuary. Either the Nazis did not notice the “Kunikites” experienced for such an area, or they did not want to get involved in the battle with the Marines they knew, and regretted the shells, but, blocking the scythe from both sides, they did not make any attempts to liquidate the battalion.



Spit at Kiziltash estuary

A day earlier, on the personal order of the deputy commander of the Novorossiysk defensive area, Sergey Gorshkov, a torpedo boat was sent specifically for immediate delivery to the NOR headquarters, Major Kunikov. Kunikov was instructed to immediately familiarize himself with the position in the NRA, as well as form a replenishment for 305, which in turn was taken off the coast early in the morning of September 6.
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  1. +4
    17 August 2017 06: 44
    I'm sorry, where is the first part?
    1. +6
      17 August 2017 06: 59
      Only today I read the first part. I join yesterday ++++ To the author ---- Respect.
    2. +3
      17 August 2017 08: 01
      https://topwar.ru/122432-cezar-kunikov-zvezda-i-s
      mert-legendarnogo-komandira-chast-1-don-i-priazov
      e.html
      1. +1
        17 August 2017 09: 08
        Quote: Amurets
        https://topwar.ru/122432-cezar-kunikov-zvezda-i-s
        mert-legendarnogo-komandira-chast-1-don-i-priazov
        e.html

        Have already found. Thanks.
    3. +1
      17 August 2017 16: 52
      It was yesterday
  2. +10
    17 August 2017 06: 49
    Legendary person. Hero. That's about who should make films. And then, forgive, Lord, MATYLDA ... Our elite not only went to the roof, but everything else ...
    1. +6
      17 August 2017 06: 51
      Our elite not only went to the roof, but everything else ...


      That is to say the least ... smile
      1. +5
        17 August 2017 07: 58
        What "Kunikov" what are you talking about. "Them" have long had their "" heroes ".....
  3. +12
    17 August 2017 07: 23
    Near the DOSAAF building, there is a monument to the dead sailors who defended Temryuk, in the form of a ship, and on it there is a stela with the names of the dead, in the local museum there is a small stand dedicated to the heroes - sailors, it’s a pity there is no Kunnikov street ... Thank you, we look forward to continuing ...
  4. +5
    17 August 2017 07: 43
    Quote: avia12005
    Legendary person. Hero. That's about who should make films. And then, forgive, Lord, MATYLDA ... Our elite not only went to the roof, but everything else ...

    And where does the “Matilda”?
    1. +5
      17 August 2017 08: 52
      What kind of inappropriate jokes? One printed garbage !!!!
  5. +4
    17 August 2017 07: 53
    45-millimeter ship guns were installed on autoplatforms (ZIS trucks) from under searchlight installations.
    Here it is, the prototype of "shaitan-arba")))
    1. 0
      6 September 2017 20: 09
      this is the development of wheelbarrows
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  7. +8
    17 August 2017 08: 40
    An amazing nugget put forward by the war!

    Kunnikov, who looked much better than many admirals, did NOT have any military education; he served as an emergency mechanic. But-finished MVTU.

    A talented person is talented in everything ....
    1. +8
      17 August 2017 15: 09
      [quote = Olgovich]
      Kunnikov, who looked much better than many admirals, / quote]
      Yes, it would be exchanged with Admiral Oktyabrsky - unfortunately, history does not know the subjunctive mood ... So Kunikov and Gorbatov had to fight and win in spite of and despite Oktyabrsky and Kulikov ....
      1. +4
        17 August 2017 16: 54
        Quote: ranger
        So Kunikov and Gorbatov had to fight and win in spite of and despite the October and Kulikov ....

        So Kulik is a great example of what happens. when appointed by rank, and not by position. Instead of the demanding technician general who was actively struggling with the design and production freemen and with practice "you first adopt, and we’ll fix the flaws ... then ... maybe", The Red Army received a mediocre military leader, on which, after the war, the multi-star neighbors threw off all their mistakes. The same Zhukov blamed all the blame for the unprepared attack launched on his orders. 54 Namely, on Kulik: they say that it’s Kulik who is to blame for what started the formation of 03.09.1941/54/10.09.1941 XNUMX And XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX, not completing the formation and deployment, could not break through the German defense.
        And with Kerch 41 it’s not so simple.
        A study of the available documents shows that under the current conditions the command of the Kerch forces, as well as the former Marshal of the Soviet Union G.I. Kulik, with cash and moreover weakened forces and means, could not hold the city of Kerch and change the course of military operations in our favor ...
        © from a letter from the General Staff of the SA to the Main Military Prosecutor’s Office regarding the “Kulik case”.
        If Kulik were left in GAU, there would be more sense.
        1. +3
          17 August 2017 17: 12
          Quote: Alexey RA
          If Kulik were left in GAU, there would be more sense.

          Here I am about the same thing, if yes, if only - so I wrote that history does not know the subjunctive mood ...
          The same Zhukov was appointed to be appointed by the NHS despite his lack of relevant experience and penchant for staff work, which, as was noted in one of the certifications, he simply could not stand .... He proved this while being in this critically important position - this is especially clearly seen in comparison with how other NGS worked after it ....
          Unfortunately, many of our appointments were made according to the principle "when a country orders to be a hero, anyone becomes our hero" ....
          1. +1
            17 August 2017 19: 18
            Quote: ranger
            The same Zhukov was appointed to be appointed by the NHS despite his lack of relevant experience and penchant for staff work, which, as was noted in one of the certifications, he simply could not stand .... He proved this while being in this critically important position - this is especially clearly seen in comparison with how other NGS worked after it ....
            Unfortunately, many of our appointments were made according to the principle "when a country orders to be a hero, anyone becomes our hero" ....

            With Zhukov or Rychagov, the situation was rather the opposite: if you became a hero, then shut him up with this hole. smile
        2. +1
          17 August 2017 22: 09
          And with Kulik everything is not so clear .... Maybe we will wait ... History will put everything in its place ...
      2. +1
        17 August 2017 22: 21
        In the photo presented, Caesar Kunnikov with the rank of senior political officer and with the medal "For Labor Valor" (maybe "For Labor Distinction"), the image on the obverse of the medal is poorly visible ... This medal, as well as the medal "For Labor Distinction" on a triangular block, with a scarlet moire ribbon, was awarded from 27 of September to 1938 of the year until the beginning of 1943 of the year. Then colored ribbons and pentagonal medal pads were introduced ...
        1. +1
          17 August 2017 22: 35
          For clarity, photo medals ...
          This is "For Valor ..." And this is "For Distinction ..."
  8. +3
    17 August 2017 09: 04
    Quote: Olgovich
    An amazing nugget put forward by the war!

    Kunnikov, who looked much better than many admirals, did NOT have any military education; he served as an emergency mechanic. But-finished MVTU.

    A talented person is talented in everything ....

    And there is!
    1. MrK
      +20
      17 August 2017 11: 21
      Quote: irazum
      And there is!


      Hero Caesar Kunnikov Jewish by nationality.
      But few people know that besides him, according to the Central Archive of the Ministry of Defense of Russia, there were about 501 thousands of Jews in the Red Army: out of them died in battles, died from wounds and illnesses, 198 thousands of Jewish soldiers went missing. This is 39,6% of their total!
      Of the 800 thousand women who participated in the war, 20 thousand were Jewish. Of these, only doctors died - six thousand!
      In the command of the Red Army, there were 305 Jews with the rank of generals and admirals, 38 of them died in battle.
      A year earlier, Alexander Matrosov, like many other warriors, 22 February 1942 year covered the embrasure of the enemy bunker Abram Levin. Four more Jews performed the same feat. And all this feat was repeated by 420 warriors of different nationalities.
      But it was Soviet people and Soviet Jews, not a couple of the current.
      I myself am Russian. respectfully
      1. +6
        17 August 2017 13: 03
        I myself am also Russian, so I support your comment! hi
  9. +8
    17 August 2017 10: 23
    The front is 17 km? .. Hold the forces of the battalion ??? Yes, this is even a challenge for a full-blooded division! Well done! Heroes !!!
    Of course, I understand that the retreating, sailors, the same Kerch naval base joined the battalion from all sides ... But I doubt if they even numbered to the regiment at the same time ...
    1. +2
      17 August 2017 21: 10
      It is unbelievable for us, dear comrade, but this is a fact. As well as the fact that about 270-ti airborne people can hold a tiny bridgehead for four quarters of the day, completely sweep through by the enemy.
  10. +4
    17 August 2017 11: 59
    It is unfortunate that the author did not study at the scripting school. He writes perfectly, but the script would have turned out, in general, for a feast for the eyes! Such people need to be popularized, write books, scripts, stage plays and make films. With the new ideology, alas, this will not happen. It’s good that there are people left who can write the right things in the wonderful Russian language. Thank you for the article!
    1. +2
      17 August 2017 13: 21
      Krymchaks are not Jews, they are a separate people, descendants of the Khazars.
      Unlike Jews in RI, they enjoyed the same rights as Russians.
      Well, why insult the memory of Caesar Lvovich Kunikov?
      you are Gussian, no one calls Cheremis for example.
      1. +8
        17 August 2017 13: 36
        Quote: Koshnitsa
        Krymchaks are not Jews, they are a separate people, descendants of the Khazars.
        Unlike Jews in RI, they enjoyed the same rights as Russians.
        Well, why insult the memory of Caesar Lvovich Kunikov?
        you are Gussian, no one calls Cheremis for example.

        Stop lying. Ordinary Ashkenazi Jew.

        Born in Rostov-on-Don in a Jewish family. Father - Lev Moiseevich Kunikov, worked as a mechanical engineer; mother - Tatyana Abramovna Kheifits (1875 — 1957), was a housewife [1] [2] [3]. Sister - theater critic Elena L. Finkelshtein (1906 — 1971), wife of theater teacher Vladimir Lvovich Finkelshtein [4].
        1. +6
          18 August 2017 00: 04
          Aron, you respond to disgust with stupidity. Why even answer that?
      2. +9
        18 August 2017 00: 03
        I am Russian, but I don’t understand one thing - but what is the insult to Kournikov’s memory in recognizing his Jewish nationality?
        1. +1
          19 August 2017 18: 20
          Quote: Okolotochny
          and what is the insult to the memory of Kournikov in the recognition of his Jewish nationality?

          Plus. Moreover, in the Orthodox period of Russian civilization (until the 17th year), the Jewish rabbi was considered the god of the Russian people. Those. Jewry in Russia, to some extent, is even an honor.
          1. +5
            21 August 2017 09: 47
            AyPad contagion rephrases with its set. Kunikov wrote, but it turned out Kurnikov. hi
  11. +1
    17 August 2017 12: 03
    Quote: mrark
    This is 39,6% of their total!

    This is very small, in the Red Army of Russians a significant majority died. You will make a conclusion yourself.
    I repeat once again for everyone — Caesar Kunikov was Crimean by nationality.
    1. MrK
      +2
      17 August 2017 17: 27
      Quote: Koshnitsa
      This is very small, in the Red Army of Russians a significant majority died. You will make a conclusion yourself.


      In percentage terms?
    2. +1
      19 August 2017 20: 33
      Quote: Koshnitsa
      I repeat once again for everyone — Caesar Kunikov was Crimean by nationality.


      You are mistaken. Caesar Kunikov was definitely a Roman.
  12. +1
    17 August 2017 13: 45
    Quote: Aron Zaavi
    Stop lying. Ordinary Ashkenazi Jew.

    And landed on the Aral Sea? bully
    Ugly, mock the memory of the deceased hero.
    If his sister married Finkelstein this does not make Caesar Kunikov a Jew.
    If he were a Jew, no questions, but he is a Crimean.
    Outwardly, a different race.
    1. +12
      17 August 2017 14: 01
      And what's the difference a Jew or not? Soviet soldier.
      1. +2
        17 August 2017 14: 09
        In 1942 there were no conscientious soldiers, there were Red Army soldiers, and there was no Soviet people, there were peoples of the USSR.
        the conspiratorial people Brezhnev came up with a stroke Yes
    2. +4
      17 August 2017 14: 27
      Quote: Koshnitsa

      If his sister married Finkelstein this does not make Caesar Kunikov a Jew.
      If he were a Jew, no questions, but he is a Crimean.
      Outwardly, a different race.

      Stop lying. What does the sister have to do with it. His parents are ordinary Ashkenazi Jews. Why would he become a Crimean?
      1. +3
        17 August 2017 14: 31
        http://www.agatov.com/content/view/88/
        Caesar Lvovich Kunikov (1909 — 1943) - Hero of the Soviet Union.

        Born 23 June 1909 years in the city of Rostov-on-Don. Krymchak.
        Choose expressions, Arosha ....
        1. +3
          17 August 2017 14: 40
          Quote: Koshnitsa
          http://www.agatov.com/content/view/88/
          Caesar Lvovich Kunikov (1909 — 1943) - Hero of the Soviet Union.

          Born 23 June 1909 years in the city of Rostov-on-Don. Krymchak.
          Choose expressions, Arosha ....

          Who are interested in these tales written by Krymchaks. They attributed Marshal Malinovsky to themselves. laughing There are quite official sites from the Ministry of Defense of the USSR / RF.

          http://www.warheroes.ru/hero/hero.asp?Hero_id=258
          Both Kunikov and Kheifits are absolutely Ashkenazi surnames. Krymchaks never had such.
          So choose the expression yourself.
          1. 0
            20 August 2017 01: 49
            Marshal Malinovsky was ranked among his Karaites, not Krymchaks.
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    1. +2
      17 August 2017 14: 54
      Quote: Koshnitsa

      This was written by a good poet, Boris Abramovich Slutsky, a front-line soldier, unlike you.
      You need to learn more about the work of front-line soldiers, rather than Tashkent-frontline tales.
      Caesar Kunikov Krymchak is just such a fact. Yes, and why do you need a stranger to the people of the victim?

      This Boris Abramovich wrote, scoffing at such anti-Semites as you. Kunikov is a Jew for everyone, including employees of the military archive, well, perhaps only the Crimeans decided to ascribe it to themselves, so their desire can be understood. And in pursuit of the "people of the victim."

      From the documents of the Central Naval Archive of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation:
      “The commander of the submachine gunners GERSHMAN Leonid Emmanuilovich, 1907 year of birth, a native of Odessa, a Jew by nationality, called up Izmailovsky RVK, served in parts of the Black Sea Fleet. The last place of service is the commander of the submachine gun squad of the 393 th separate Novorossiysk Marine Battalion named after Ts. Kunikova of the Novosibirsk Naval Fleet. 11 September 1943 was killed in battle during a landing in the city of Novorossiysk. He was buried in the city of Novorossiysk. Place of residence before the draft - Odessa, st. Kirova, 49. "
      1. +1
        17 August 2017 15: 07
        Not true. Boris Abramovich loved Russians and tried to atone for us.
        You read it, or something.
        There were some heroes among the Jews, but according to Alexander Isaevich’s calculations, he was mainly in the work copy. belay
        So Krymchak Caesar Lvovich Kunikov is a hero of Russia.
        Your hero Mehlis.
        1. +5
          17 August 2017 15: 16
          Quote: Koshnitsa
          Not true. Boris Abramovich loved Russians and tried to atone for us.
          You read it, or something.
          There were some heroes among the Jews, but according to Alexander Isaevich’s calculations, he was mainly in the work copy. belay
          So Krymchak Caesar Lvovich Kunikov is a hero of Russia.
          Your hero Mehlis.

          In short, you are a morbid ordinary anti-Semite and anti-Semite. Spending time on you is just a pity.
          1. +1
            17 August 2017 15: 21
            Mehlis Krymchak? Not yours anymore? And Berry with rubber pipiske is also a Crimean? wassat
          2. +5
            17 August 2017 16: 06
            Spending time on you is just a pity.
            A keen falcon, a week later realized that the prison did not have one wall.
            1. +1
              17 August 2017 16: 26
              Why didn’t you die for your ideals in 1991?
              That's it ...
              Ideals are not worth it.
              What is there now to drive a nonexistent wave.
        2. +8
          17 August 2017 17: 15
          Quote: Koshnitsa
          Your hero Mehlis.

          Do you have something against a man who managed to regularly restore the Crimean Front tank forces from scratch in 1942? wink Mehlis knocked out and organized the delivery of tanks to Kerch - and the army team in two attacks of the spring of 1942 multiplied these tanks by almost zero, achieving only individual tactical successes:
          ... for the entire time of the fighting from February 27 to April 12, 1942, the Crimean Front irretrievably lost 14 KV out of 66 arrived on the Kerch Peninsula, 6 out of 20 T-34s, 110 T-26s out of 320, 51 T-60s out of 150

          Moreover, our opinion about the Mehlis was formed mainly under the influence of the memories of those who were the object of his activity. It’s the same as judging Beria only on the basis of memoirs of political prisoners.
      2. 0
        20 August 2017 01: 49
        Krymchaks for Jews are not strangers. Like the Karaites.
    2. +7
      17 August 2017 17: 06
      Quote: Koshnitsa
      This was written by a good poet, Boris Abramovich Slutsky, a front-line soldier, unlike you.
      You need to learn more about the work of front-line soldiers, rather than Tashkent-frontline tales.

      It’s interesting what would happen if Slutsky read these lines to David Abramovich Dragunsky, who had fought on Hassan, who started the Second World War as the commander of the battlefield and ended the war as the commander of the 55th Guards Tank Vasilkovskaya Red Banner Order of the Bohdan of the Khmelnytsky Brigade, twice the GSS.
      Or Krivoshein Semyon Moiseevich (Spain, Poland, the Soviet-Finnish and Great Patriotic War "from bell to bell")?
      1. +1
        17 August 2017 17: 11
        Yes Slutsky himself fought and was wounded.
        School program novels,
        On your pages I am dead.
        I'm all camps and pogroms
        Forgive these novels.
        Not Kursk, not Pskov, not Tula,
        Not creeping into your kin
        Your flame is dim and dull
        I still keep in my heart.
      2. MrK
        +5
        17 August 2017 17: 42
        Quote: Alexey RA
        It’s interesting what would happen if Slutsky read these lines to David Abramovich Dragunsky, who was still at war on Hassan


        Well, what are you arguing with this Koshnitsa.
        A hedgehog is understandable: if dad is Jewish, mother is Jewish, then the son will certainly be a Crimean. But you all don’t know what the secret Crimeans were: Marshal Zhukov, Marshal Rokossovsky, Marshal Shaposhnikov. And the main secret Crimean was Marshal Budyonny.
        1. +1
          17 August 2017 17: 59
          ... Lieutenant General G.F. Samoilovich, Hero of the Soviet Union, told me such an episode. When the Mehlis, guilty of a major defeat of our troops, decided to bring to trial a military court, he appeared to Stalin and fell to his knees:

          - Comrade Stalin! Order to shoot this stupid Jew head!

          “Well, since such self-criticism,” said Stalin. Mehlis forgiven ...

          Chuev F.S. 551
          1. 0
            20 August 2017 01: 53
            All contemporaries of the Mehlis, including those who did not experience positive emotions for him, noted such a feature: he treated Stalin as a party comrade, Secretary of the Central Committee, without servility.
        2. +3
          17 August 2017 19: 20
          Quote: mrark
          A hedgehog is understandable: if dad is Jewish, mother is Jewish, then the son will certainly be a Crimean.

  14. 0
    17 August 2017 17: 31
    Quote: Alexey RA
    Do you have something against a man who managed to regularly restore the Crimean Front tank forces from scratch in 1942?

    Yes, yes, and then he was lying at the feet of Dzhugashvilki "Forgive the Jew of the foolish!" voted.
    For services in the restoration of tank troops.
    Suvorov, ole!
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  16. +1
    17 August 2017 19: 45
    Quote: Aaron Zawi
    Quote: Koshnitsa
    Not true. Boris Abramovich loved Russians and tried to atone for us.
    You read it, or something.
    There were some heroes among the Jews, but according to Alexander Isaevich’s calculations, he was mainly in the work copy. belay
    So Krymchak Caesar Lvovich Kunikov is a hero of Russia.
    Your hero Mehlis.

    In short, you are a morbid ordinary anti-Semite and anti-Semite. Spending time on you is just a pity.


    Why argue with this anti-Semite ...... Krymchaks-these are the same Jews who were destroyed by the Nazis.
    By the way, Israel has no doubt that the Crimeans are Jews, and Caesar Kunikov is a Jew for the archive of the Ministry of Defense.
    Until now, anti-Semites believe that the Jews spent the war in Tashkent.

    After the war, a friend of his father, the commander of his regiment, came to us.
    I was a schoolboy and my father’s commander told me why my father is very nervous: your father was surrounded near Kiev in 1941. . where about 650 thousand of our soldiers were captured, but your father
    came out of the encirclement with a group of General Baghramyan, your father went to the penal battalion, but survived.

    We met Victory Day in Berlin and with a group of officers examined the city.
    Suddenly, one of the drunken soldiers shouted, look: the war has just ended, and Abrams from Tashkent are already in Berlin. Your father grabbed a holster, but other soldiers twisted a drunk: your father turned gray before my eyes.
    The regiment became interested in the fate of the anti-Semitic soldier and found out that he hid that he was a police officer in Kiev, where he shot Jews in Babi Yar and when he was liberated in 1943 he was taken to the Army.
    Apparently, the genes of the guards, police officers serving the Nazis, act and their children also grow up as anti-Semites ...
  17. +2
    17 August 2017 19: 50
    Quote: Koshnitsa
    Why didn’t you die for your ideals in 1991?
    That's it ..

    And who, then, will bring people like you to clean water?
  18. +1
    17 August 2017 19: 58
    Quote: alta
    Krymchaks are the same Jews who were destroyed by the Nazis.

    So they destroyed the mentally ill and homosexuals and gypsies and other categories of the population.
    The Krymchaks themselves do not consider themselves Jews. This is the main thing.
    Well, what about Tashkent, is that an open secret?
    And go to the person of the interlocutor, insult his ancestors, whom you do not know is a minus to you.
  19. 0
    17 August 2017 20: 03
    Quote: Alexander Green
    Quote: Koshnitsa
    Why didn’t you die for your ideals in 1991?
    That's it ..

    And who, then, will bring people like you to clean water?

    Which ones and where can you take or not bring? This is not serious.
    You are told that Kunikov is a Krymchak, screaming squeals, saying that he has a dangerous look, and yet he is an anti-Semite!
    You are told that Zhukov was not at the front in WWI and Budyonny was not a complete St. George cavalier again screaming and insulting.
    Prove it really.
    Alas.
    1. +10
      18 August 2017 00: 09
      What a shame, an excellent article from an interesting and new author and pops up ........ about how you are. In another article, do not leave your fate vyser?
      1. +1
        18 August 2017 09: 30
        Bread soothing, feel better.
        1. +9
          18 August 2017 23: 44
          And you can already be seen drinking, not a shame on any conscience. Shoot better, the world will become cleaner.

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