Junior shooter-sniper - Vasily Kurka

Junior shooter-sniper - Vasily Kurka29 August 1942, at the headquarters of the 18 Army, received an order from the commander of the North Caucasus Front demanding to widely develop and popularize the sniper movement. In the units and formations, the best hands were identified, with which sniper art classes were organized, two or three day sniper gatherings were held, where they exchanged combat experience. Sniper groups were created in the shelves, which along with experienced fire masters included novice arrows, which contributed to the preparation of snipers in the shortest possible time.

As a result of the work carried out by the end of September, there were about 220 snipers in the units and formations of the army who had 3500 killed opponents of the Whole Army the names of the sniper fire masters E. Adamov, M. Bryksin, A. Bubyrya, A. Eraliev, M. Krys became known. , V. Kurki, R. Mamatova, N. Naumova, N. Samsonova, N. Yudina and many others, whose experience was promoted by the army and front-line press. * * *

... August 1941 of the year. After a bloody battle, the 2 th rifle battalion of Major Andreev was stationed in the village of Lyubomirka, Vinnitsa region. It was supposed to take up defense. When the dead were buried and the wounded were sent to the rear, it turned out that the fighter left for the 2 - 3 fighters, the whole battalion was, at best, a company, and even that was incomplete. Replenishment has not been reported. Early in the morning, 8 locals came to Major Andreev and the battalion commissar to the senior political officer Shurfinsky. They asked to be credited by the battalion fighters. At the door, the commissioner saw a slim, snub-nosed boy. "- And who are you ?" - Shurfinsky asked him. "- Vasya Kurka," the boy answered. "- How old are you?" "- And what, do not take? 13 is old to me, already considerable. And I will fight like everyone else, you will see ..."

By nightfall, the battalion ordered Lyubomirka to leave. Together with the fighters went to the east and Vasya Kurka. So began his combat soldier life. During the life of a soldier many friends appeared at Vasya, he participated in many fights. But all the same, the first fight and his first comrade were the most memorable for him.

It was in Donbas under Chistyakov. Vasya went on reconnaissance with Stepa, a young sergeant. Stepan was older, taller, he almost did not smile, spoke rarely. So Vasya and Stepan received an order to cross the front line and obtain information about the enemy. On the road to Chistyakov there is a little farm where the battalion used to stand. Stepan said: "- Here one grandma lives, let's go drink some water." But this grandma was a traitor. As soon as Stepan opened the door, her grandmother immediately recognized him. "- Bolshevik!" she cried.
There was nowhere to run. The Germans grew up out of the ground. They seized Vasya and Stepa and threw them into the cellar. "- I, Vasya, will hardly be able to get out. Grandma will tell me everything. I gave Mach, and when we stood with a reconnaissance platoon, she was friendly ... I don’t admit to them, and you say that you just stuck to me on the way And cry, ask ... "

Vasya wanted to answer, but Stepan interrupted him: “- I’m not asking you, but I am ordering. I alone will be able to die, and you will bring intelligence to the end. Find out for sure whether there is Chistyakov Tanks."

The Germans sent Stepan for interrogation to the city, and they believed Vasya that he happened to be with Stepan and released. Vasya did everything that Stepan punished him. He walked, crawled, climbed over the river, entered the city and counted every enemy tank. By the end of the day, he returned safely to the battalion, reported to the commander. An hour later, Soviet aircraft bombed a column of German tanks near Chistyakov. Vasya Kurk was awarded the first combat award - the medal "For Courage".

More than once Vasya went to reconnaissance. When the battle for Ukraine began in 1943, Vasya decided to fulfill his old dream of becoming a sniper. Then the name of Maxim Bryksin, a famous sniper who had to account for a hundred of destroyed enemies, thundered all over the front .. Vasya Kurka became a student of the famous sniper. Studying with Maxim gradually developed from Vasya such qualities that a sniper needs, such as perseverance, perseverance, cunning, and ability to quickly navigate the terrain.

One day after careful preparation, Maxim led Vasya to the area of ​​the 1 Company and showed him the sniper post. Vasya liked the place. He carefully cleared the approaches with a wooden shovel, set up observation slits, loopholes, a place for the rifle to stop. Maxim watched the work of his young friend. “Today, your task is,” he said, “studying the enemy’s defenses and behavior. You’ll act like a sniper as an observer all day. Do not open fire, don’t find yourself, beware of German snipers — they, too, don’t slurp your soup.”

The first lesson was unsuccessful. Vasya took the layout of the enemy's head for a living one, shot at the target and declassified his post. Again stretched the days of hard study. And Vasya understood: only caution, careful disguise and iron restraint will make him a real sniper.

Finally he was allowed to enter into combat with an enemy sniper. Here he had to act independently, and his life in many respects depended only on himself. Vasya made a scarecrow, pulled on his camouflage and went to the front. Scarecrow set a few meters from the main post and began to pull him over the rope. And then a shot slammed over the trench, the effigy fell. And at that moment Vasya saw an enemy sniper, who crawled out from behind the shelter to look at his "victim". Holding his breath, in one motion Vasya led the fly under the target and smoothly pulled the trigger. From the excitement and tension he did not even hear the shot, but he clearly saw how the head of his opponent twitched and immediately disappeared into the trench.

The commander of the regiment before the formation thanked Vasya, but even after that the training did not stop. Every day his skill grew, he grew and the expense of exterminated enemies.

In the battle under Radomyshl Kurka unnoticed penetrated to the outskirts of the farm and took a comfortable position at the turn of the road. Under the onslaught of the Soviet units, the soldiers of the defending German company in groups and alone began to retreat. It was here that I met them with fire from my ambush, Vasya Kurk. He let the enemy soldiers literally a few meters away and shot them point-blank. Vasya ran out of ammo. Then he picked up the captured machine gun, changed position and opened fire again. In this battle, the brave sniper laid up to two dozen enemy soldiers.

A few days later the rifle company was fighting for a strong point. Vasya and this time proved to be a fearless sniper - a scout. He crawled to the rear of the Germans, destroyed several firing points and helped the company to take an enemy strongpoint. For this feat, Vasya was awarded the Order of the Red Star.

Once a company was ordered to occupy an eastern Dovbysh settlement. The enemy sweep every meter of land. Then the commander called Vasya and said: - "We need to get into the flank of the Fritz, look out and force them to silence their machine guns." Vasya waited until an artillery volley struck, ran across the clearing, dug a trench and began work. Here I choked, the German machine gun fell silent, then the second. Three machine gunners one after another rolled down from the roof. It was freezing. You will move, the enemy will notice, and then the end. But you can not leave. Vasya did not move - he waited, peered, destroyed his enemies, fought his way through the company. This martial art lasted for several hours. And then the company rose and stormed the town. When the battle was over, the commander approached. He wanted with some very good words to evaluate the work of the young sniper. But there was no time to think for a long time, and the commander only said: “Sniper, brother, sometimes stronger than artillery. Thank you so much, Vasya. Thanks to me and the fighters, thanks. Rescued us.” For this fight, Vasya was awarded the Order of the Red Banner.

When the battalion fought on the lands of Poland and Czechoslovakia, Vasya became a thunderstorm for the officers of the enemy. He led accurate fire at the glistening binoculars and cockade on an officer's cap, and at night he could hit the enemy with a cigarette lamp. And hit the target from the first shots. It was a great skill. Vasya shot at the embrasures of bunkers - and the bunkers died down, beat German snipers and spotters. Snipers from other parts came to him to exchange experience.

And Vasya’s daily routine continued. They wanted to transfer him to the intelligence service of the front headquarters, but he begged to remain in his own regiment. In the short breaks between fights, Vasya could often be seen in a circle of rural children from local villages. He told them about his life as a soldier, recalled his native Lubomirka. But never boasted, did not boast orders and medals. And the guys were jealous of him, with admiration they looked at how well the gymnast sat lovingly sewn by a regimental tailor.

... In the autumn of 1944, intense battles take place on the Sandomierz bridgehead. Vasya Kurka acts as part of an assault group. Daredevils captured the stone structure, but were surrounded. “Vasya,” says the group commander, Senior Leskov, “can you see the new trench with the course of the message and the rifle cell?” - “I see. There, it seems, the Germans are installing a machine gun on a tripod.” - "That's right. I can clearly see it through binoculars. Point your rifle at them, destroy the machine gun - break through to your own." And, as always, Vasya shot accurately, as if he had hit the enemy. “I see the movement of a small group of people,” he reports, “they are sneaking along the bushes.” “Wait, Vasya, let them come closer.” And when the Germans approached 300 meters, Kurka opened aimed fire. Taking advantage of the confusion of the enemy, the assault group left the encirclement.

... Approaches to the town of Tsisna. In the rosy morning sky, the silhouette of an enemy aircraft called Focke-Wulf-189 (“frame” - as our fighters call it) clearly emerges. The enemy pilot lowered over the regimental headquarters. But here are single shots of a sniper rifle, and a German reconnaissance plane, enveloped in smoke, falls to the lowland. Vasya was summoned to the telephone by the division commander. - "Well done, Kurka," he said, "you are a real sniper, thank you."

... Village Shparoyvka in Czechoslovakia. Shells and mines are flying over the hills. In the sky tied air combat. As soon as the rifle company seized the first line of enemy trenches behind the village, a group of machine gunners rushed into the breakthrough. Vasya was with them. He ran through the trenches of the enemy, holding a rifle and a grenade at the ready. In the narrow aisle, he stumbled upon a German noncom - officer. It is impossible to miss, they came together closely. It is important to shoot first, and first shot Vasya. He didn’t even run 5 meters, as an enemy grenade flew out and spun around him. Kurka grabbed her by the long handle and threw her back.

Even Vasi knew the name of Vasya Kurki. The captured Wehrmacht officer at one of the interrogations showed that the German command is well aware that "among the Soviet units of General Grechko there is a super-sniper, a sniper — an ace whose body almost merged with a rifle." No wonder the enemy started talking about the famous sniper. By his accurate fire, according to incomplete calculations, he destroyed several hundred enemies, including at least 80 officers.

But here is the last battle, the last conversation with the commander: "Tomorrow we begin the battle, prepare a good observation post." - "I will get on that pipe, see how tall it is." - "The idea is correct, but it is a dangerous business. And you are unlikely to climb there." - "I've already been there and attached myself a hanging bench."
It dawned. More and more often, volleys of gunfire broke out, deafening shots rang out and machine guns nervously talked among themselves. That subsided, then rattling machine guns. Wind whistled above the brick pipe. The bottom blew and smelled of fumes. The pipe was swaying a little bit and deeply humming. Vasya calmly watched the enemy, corrected the shooting of the artillery battery and, as always, calmly conducted the aimed fire, destroying the officers and observers. There was a telephone on the pipe, and Vasya had a connection with the gunners. If gunners shot inaccurately. Kurka amended.

All morning there was shooting on both sides. Suddenly, at the very top of the pipe, where Vasya was sitting, a flame broke out, and the pipe was enveloped in smoke.

The artillery commander's heart sank. He ran to the phone. "- Kurka, Kurka, what's wrong with you?" But the handset was silent. The officer clung to the eyepieces of the binoculars. Almost in the middle of the pipe he saw a ragged hole. The enemy shell landed in Vasin observation post. When a few minutes later the men approached the pipe, they saw a bloody sheet of paper. On it, Vasya wrote the coordinates of the enemy mortar battery.
And this piece of paper is all that remains of it.
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  1. Indigo
    Indigo 11 May 2012 09: 22 New
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    Destroyed (pers.) Country Name, in \ h Losses
    702 CCCP Mikhail Ilyich Surkov (4 s.d.) -
    534 CCCP Vasily Shalvovich Kvachantiradze (259 pp) -
    500+ Finland Simo Haiha -
    ~ 500, 1 tank, 3 tractor of the USSR Ivan Mikhailovich Sidorenko (1122 sp.p.) -
    494 USSR Nikolay Yakovlevich Ilyin (50 Guards.p.) died 4.8.1943
    487 USSR Ivan Nikolaevich Kulbertinov (23 depart. Ski regiment; 7 Guards airborne division - des.p.) -
    456 [including 14 snipers] USSR Vladimir Nikolaevich Pchelintsev (11 pb) -
    446 USSR Nikolay Evdokimovich Kazyuk -
    441 USSR Petr Alekseevich Goncharov (44th Guards.st.) died on 31.01.1944/XNUMX/XNUMX
    437, by September 1944 ~ 100 - by the machine gun of the USSR Mikhail Ivanovich Budenkov (59 Guards.st.) -
    429 USSR Fedor Matveevich Okhlopkov (1243; 234; 259 s.p.) -
    425 by February 1944 of the USSR Fedor Trofimovich Dyachenko (187 pp) -
    422 [including 70 snipers] USSR Vasily Ivanovich Golosov (81 Guards.p.) died on 16.8.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX
    422 [including 12 snipers] until September 1944 of the USSR Stepan Vasilievich Petrenko (59th Guards.st.) -
    418 [including 17 snipers] + captured 1 tank of the USSR Nikolai Ivanovich Galushkin (50 d.) -
    417 USSR Afanasy Emelyanovich Gordienko (159 Social.D.) -
    397 USSR Tuleugali Nasyrhanovich Abdybekov (8th Guards.with.) Died 23.02.1944/XNUMX/XNUMX
    367 [incl. general] only sniper account of the USSR Semen Danilovich Nomokonov -
    362 [including 20 snipers] USSR Ivan Petrovich Antonov (160 special divisions) -
    360 USSR Gennady Iosifovich Velichko (1008 s.p.) -
    350 [including 45 - at night] USSR Ivan Kalashnikov -
    349 by March 1944 of the USSR Abdukhazhi Idrisov (1232 s.p.) -
    346; and 1 tank, 8 bunkers of the USSR Rubakho Filipp Yakovlevich (393th detachment of the battalion of naval infantry) died on 14.9.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX
    345 and 22 machine guns of the USSR Leonid Vladimirovich Butkevich (1331 s.p.) -
    345 Germany Matthias Hetzenauer -
    340 USSR Ivan Ivanovich Larkin (1183 s.p.) -
    338 on 28.04.1943/29/XNUMX USSR Ivan Pavlovich Gorelikov (XNUMXth Guards.st.) -
    335 and 2 aircraft of the USSR Arseniy Etobaev -
    331 USSR Viktor Ivanovich Medvedev (216 Guards.sp.) -
    328 [including 18 snipers] USSR Ilya Leonovich Grigoriev (252 pp) -
    324 [incl. General] of the USSR Evgeny Adrianovich Nikolaev (14 pp. NKVD) -
    320 USSR Mikhail Adamovich Ivasik (380 s.p.) died 18.08.1944/XNUMX/XNUMX
    315 to July 1943 USSR Leonid Vladimirovich Butkevich -
    313 [including 30 snipers] USSR Zhambyl Yesheevich Tulaev (580 pp) -
    309 [including 36 snipers] USSR Lyudmila Mikhailovna Pavlyuchenko (54 pp) -
    307 to June 1943 USSR Alexander Pavlovich Lebedev (1287 sp.) Died on 14.8.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX
    307 USSR Vasily Alexandrovich Titov (301 det.art.div.) -
    302 USSR Ivan Timofeevich Dobrik (14 s.p.) -
    300 by October 1943 of the USSR, Moses Timofeevich Usik (574 pp) died on 08.01.1944/XNUMX/XNUMX
    ~ 300 including the machine gun account of the USSR Nikolai Stepanovich Vedernikov (969 pp) -
    ~ 300 USSR Maxim Semenovich Bryksin (726 s.p.) -
    ~ 300 USSR Natalia Venediktovna Kovshova and Maria Polivanova died in 1942
    298 [including 5 snipers]
    + 2 tanks with grenades of the USSR Ivan Filippovich Abdulov (849 s.p.) died on 11.3.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX
    280 USSR Ivan Ostafeychuk (395 Social.D.) -
    279 and 1 prisoner of the USSR Yakov Mikhailovich Smetnev (210 Guards.p.) -
    279 USSR Vitaly Methodius Bezgolosov (277 pp) died on 30.4.1945/XNUMX/XNUMX
    270 USSR Tsyrendashi Dorzhiev (202 s.d.) died in Jan. 1943
    265 USSR Anatoly Ivanovich Chekhov (39 Guards.st.) -
    261 USSR Mikhail Stepanovich Sokhin (44 Guards.st.) -
    261 USSR Pavel Shorets -
    257 Germany Sepp Allerberg -
    250, 1 plane by May 1942 of the USSR Fedor Kuzmich Chegodaev (595 pp) -
    248, 5 prisoners by March 1944 of the USSR Ivan Ivanovich Bocharov (481 pp) -
    247 USSR Nikolay V. Palmin (234 Social.D.) -
    245 by June 1943 of the USSR Mikhail Ignatievich Belousov (1179 s.p.) -
    242 [including 11 snipers] USSR Vasily Grigorievich Zaitsev (1047 s.p.) -
    242 USSR Liba Rugova -
    240 USSR Gregory Simanchuk (72 s.d.) -
    240 not including the machine gun account of the USSR Egor Konstantinovich Petrov (1100 sp.) Died in 1944
    239 for the summer of 1943 of the USSR Ibragim Suleimenov (8th Guards.with.) Died in October 1943
    236 USSR Maxim Aleksandrovich Passar (117 s.p.) died 17.01.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX
    234 USSR Govorukhin (296 s.p.) -
    226 USSR David Teboevich Doyev (1133 s.p.) died 12.11.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX
    226 USSR Kalimulla Zeynutdinov (417 s.d.) -
    225 [including 23 snipers] not including the machine gun account of the USSR Petr Ivanovich Golichenkov (1 s.d.NKVD) -
    220 USSR Nikolay V. Nikitin -
    218 to June 1943 of the USSR Nikolai Fedorovich Semenov (169 pp) -
    217 USSR Ivan Grigorievich Naimushin (375 Social.D.) -
    209 Germany Bruno Sutkus (68 p.p.) -
    207 for 1942-1943 USSR Elkin -
    207 USSR Galimov Vakhit Gazizovich (100 Guards.p.) died September 28.9.1943, XNUMX
    204 USSR Akhat Akhmetyanov -
    200+, 2 tanks from PTR, including 50+ with a machine gun of the USSR Noi Petrovich Adamia (7 br.m. infantry.) Was killed in July 1942
    200+; and 1 bunker bomber with grenades of the USSR Vasily Ivanovich Talalaev (12 Guards cavalry) died on 22.4.1945/XNUMX/XNUMX
    200+ USSR Fakhretdin Atnagulov -
    200+ Germany Friedrich Pine -
    200 on 15.12.1943/1183/XNUMX USSR Vasily Mikhailovich Komaritsky (XNUMX s.p.) -
    200 to March 1944 of the USSR Nikifor Samsonovich Afanasyev (250 Guards.st.) -
    ~ 200 and 1 aircraft of the USSR Vasily Timofeevich Kurka (726 pp) died in January. 1945
    ~ 200 USSR Vladimir Nikiforovich Krasnov died on 07.10.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX
    ~ 200 USSR Ivan Terentyevich Tkachev (21 Guards.with.) -
    194; and 2 tanks with grenades, and 3 armored personnel carriers of the USSR Anatoly Vladimirovich Kozlenkov (283 Guards
    193 USSR Dorzhi Ukhinov -
    192 USSR M. Amaev -
    187 at the end of 1943 of the USSR Mamed Ali Abbasov (69 br.m. Marine infantry) -
    182; and 1 tank grenades of the USSR Gavriil Nikiforovich Handogin (922, 674 pp) -

    182 USSR Alexei Fedorovich Kochegarov (286 s.d., 372 s.d.) -
    181 USSR Stepan Petrovich Denisenko (366 s.d.) -
    180 Germany Mayer -
    177 USSR Zagid Kalievich Rakhmatullin (14 p.p.NKVD) -
    170 USSR Garma Baltyrov -
    170 USSR Zahar Kiel -
    170 USSR Ivan Brezgin -
    170 USSR Guri Borisov (234 s.d.) -
    170 to November 1942 USSR Students -
    168 USSR Nikolai Gorbatenko -
    165 USSR Duisenbay Shinibekov -
    162 for 1942 of the USSR Nikolai Samsonov (353 Social-Democrats) -
    162 USSR Nikolai Petrovich Lepsky -
    156 USSR Proshagin -
    156 USSR Vasily Rataev -
    156 to June 1944 USSR Bondarenko Timofei Gerasimovich -
    155 to December 1941 of the USSR Alexander Andreevich Kalinin (201 det.development company) -
    155 USSR Ekaterina Zhdanova -
    154 by April 1943 of the USSR Dmitry Iosifovich Chechikov (34 s.d.) -
    150+ by December 1943 USSR Alexey Abdurakhmanovich Kurbanov (282 Guards.sp.) -
    150 including machine gun account, 1 tank of the USSR Wilhelms Yanis Voldemarovich (201 s.d.) -
    150 USSR Petr Nikolaevich Sofronov (801 s.p.) -
    148 for 1943 USSR Ivan Vasilyevich Vazherkin (30 pp) -
    147 USSR Petr Alekseevich Belyakov -
    144 until June 1942 USSR Ivan Romanovich Isegov (60 s.p.) -
    143 USSR Inna Semenovna Mudretsova -
    141 USSR Alexey Ivanovich Trusov -
    138 USSR Mikhail G. Gannochka -
    137 USSR Nikolay N. Ostudin (296 pp) -
    134 to February 1942 USSR Ivan Dmitrievich Vezhlivtsev (1 s.d.) -
    131 USSR Chkhediani Pavel Erastovich (1080 s.p.) -
    130 to December 1944 of the USSR Grigory Semenovich Gaponov (453 pp) -
    130 USSR Said Davydovich Aliev (35th Guards.st.) -
    130 USSR Vladimir Dmitrienko -
    129 by May 1943 USSR Alexei Afanasevich Mironov died in 1945
    128 USSR Ashirali Osmanaliev (8th Guards.with.) -
    127 USSR Georgy Vyuzhin (143 pp) -
    127 USSR V.I. Osipov -
    126 by October 1942 USSR Nikolay M. Voznov -
    125 and 10 prisoners of the USSR Mikhey Mitrofanovich Minchenkov (184 Social.D.) -
    125 USSR Fedor Ukhov by June 1942
    125 USSR Tatyana Ignatovna Kostyrina (691 pp) died on 22.11.1943/XNUMX/XNUMX
    125 USSR Feodosiy Artyomovich Smolyachkov (14th Department of Motorized Development Company) died 15.01.1942/XNUMX/XNUMX
    125 USSR Sh. ​​Zhambora (10th Guards.with.) -
    125 USSR Nikolay Zalessky -
    120 Germany Ole Deer -
    119 USSR Leonid Vasilievich Ivanov -
    117 to July 1942 of the USSR Stepan Petrovich Loskutov (857 pp) -
    116 USSR Janis Roze (130 S.K.) -
    116 USSR Georgy Konstantinovich Fedorov -
    116 for 1942-1943 USSR Grebenyuk -
    114 for 1942-1943 USSR Opara -
    112 for 1942-1943 USSR Karasev -
    109 for 1942-1943 USSR Grunin -
    109 USSR Grigory Imkhonovich Kuchmenko -
    108 for 1942-1943 of the USSR Voitenko -
    107 USSR N.P. Petrova -
    105 USSR Fedor Vasilievich Yakovlev -
    102 to December 1942 of the USSR Dmitry Alekseevich Gulyaev (1289; 1106 s.p.) died in 1943
    101 for the summer of 1943 USSR Akhmet Zhumagulov (8 Guards.d.) -
    100+ USSR Popov (296 s.p.) -
    100+ USSR Smirnov (296 pp) -
    100+ USSR Kanishchin (296 pp) -
    100+ USSR Saltykov (296 pp) -
    100+ USSR Vdovichenko (296 pp) -
    100+ USSR Kharlamov (296 pp) -
    100+ including hand-to-hand combat of the USSR Galim Koyshibaev (1280 pp) -
    100 USSR Grigory Tikhonovich Sumchenko -
    ~ 100 USSR Fedor Alekseevich Kharchenko (13 pp) died on January 23.01.1944, XNUMX
    ~ 100 USSR Husen Andrukhaev -
    - USSR I. Merkulov
    1. Svetoyar
      Svetoyar 11 May 2012 13: 47 New
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      And how much did Vasily Kurka lay down his enemies? It is not in the list, but it is interesting to know.
      1. Rodver
        Rodver 11 May 2012 13: 57 New
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        According to Wikipedia, there are 179 enemy soldiers and officers.
      2. Krasnodar 14 May 2012 01: 37 New
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        He is on the list! about 200 + airplane.
  2. party3AH
    party3AH 11 May 2012 09: 26 New
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    The real warrior.
  3. Odessa
    Odessa 11 May 2012 10: 10 New
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    This is a kid boy who was 13 years old, who was eager to go to the front and became a legend! You need to make films about such children for teenagers. In his years, they were afraid of fritsa, but here some people at his age don’t know how to tie shoelaces, give them Velcro shoes , and do not drag away from the computer. The comparison is not in favor of today's degrading youth!
    1. Baron Wrangell 11 May 2012 12: 00 New
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      Quote: Odessa
      You need to make films about such children for teenagers. In his years, the frits were afraid of being a sniper,

      and we shoot bastards! the guy for the downed plane HERO must be given! at least posthumously! what they remembered! And I got excited about the film, they’ll remove the shit again, NKVD Schnick, beating in the basement!
      1. Gurza 11 May 2012 14: 36 New
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        I understand everything dear, but you are not completely fair. I have many friends who study at school and at the institute, they go in for sports, do not drink, do not smoke, regularly go for "Russian jogging", we have a lot of bad youth but not all. Every day I go to work past the school, there every day students are engaged in horizontal bars, their hands are thicker than my legs)))
        And at the expense of Vasil Kurki. Hero, such should be an example! It's high time to make films and twist them at school, process our youth, do not spare money for it!
  4. Ross 11 May 2012 10: 22 New
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    Moved to the depths. Glory to the heroes. Article plus.
  5. erased 11 May 2012 10: 34 New
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    Yes, this is the hero, the one who saved us all! Films should be made about him. And they do it "Bastards", then the "Citadel"! However, by whose order it was made so clear.
    DYMITRY 11 May 2012 10: 52 New
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    By the way, on May 9, the very good film “Sniper 2, Tungus” passed on the first channel. At first I thought about Nomokonov. It turned out not, but the movie is still great. Of course, not without mistakes, but against the backdrop of all sorts of Mr. that has been filming recently, just a great film.
    1. ZHORA
      ZHORA 11 May 2012 12: 34 New
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      The film is important ... If the Star level of 2002 were directed, the director Nikolai Lebedev would then be praised ...
      1. DYMITRY
        DYMITRY 11 May 2012 13: 11 New
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        1. gosha1970 11 May 2012 13: 22 New
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          Also did not like the movie. Especially the ending with the bridge, and the raid on the medical battalion too. Either there was no money to withdraw, or initially the scriptwriter could not come up with an ending
          1. DYMITRY
            DYMITRY 11 May 2012 15: 21 New
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            I don’t know, there were certainly bloopers, but there was no “bloody gebni”, “a billion personally shot by Stalin”, noblest criminals, and even more noble Vlasovites attacking the Red Army with shovels in their hands, in general, of all that liberalistic homosexual, without which one modern film about the war does not work. Yes, with mistakes, and obvious lack of registration in the script, but I think that for teenagers the film was shot quite at the level. And against the background of most other modern opuses about the war, the film is excellent.
  7. schta
    schta 11 May 2012 11: 42 New
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    In vain climbed the pipe. Hedgehog it’s clear that they will demolish it with a shell.
    1. gosha1970 11 May 2012 13: 20 New
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      The pipe is an ideal NP. It doesn’t happen in life that you can eat a fish and
  8. Z.A.M. 11 May 2012 12: 56 New
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    Bow to the little boy.
    Correctly, in the comments above, it is said - that's who it is necessary to make films about.
  9. AK-74-1 11 May 2012 13: 00 New
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    An article about a real man, man and war. And it was not in vain that he climbed the pipe; he completely fulfilled his military duty. HERO!
  10. borisst64
    borisst64 11 May 2012 13: 24 New
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    Judging by the number of photographs, his name was brought to all fighters through newspapers, as an example of courage.
  11. Lord of the Sith 11 May 2012 16: 32 New
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    Here is an excerpt from a movie about snipers
  12. shipbuilder
    shipbuilder 11 May 2012 17: 11 New
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    It seems to me that the need to erect the Main Temple for all those who died in this war has long been ripened, so that it is the Main Temple of Russia, replacing the Cathedral of Christ the Savior at this post. When you read such stories and understand that these guys did not know the happiness of being a father and grandfather, you want to cry and do something so that their feat would not be in vain and remain in our memory. There is a God and He preserves Russia, I am sure of that.
    1. bublic
      bublic 11 May 2012 17: 24 New
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      temple? another priest feeder? not temples need to be erected, but monuments and museums. that would educate young people.
      1. shipbuilder
        shipbuilder 11 May 2012 19: 00 New
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        The name of the Hero written in the temple is better and more visible than many graves in Europe. And if they are all together and nearby, they will have a greater educational effect than museums, which in sufficient numbers, speaking a pragmatic language, if spirituality is disgusting to you.
        1. party3AH
          party3AH 12 May 2012 07: 34 New
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          Perhaps I’m mistaken, but quite a while ago the youth was not like in the temple, I didn’t even see it for a hundred meters, a generation of gamers and “bruises” could not be dragged into the museum or the temple.
          1. shipbuilder
            shipbuilder 12 May 2012 07: 49 New
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            They will become older, life will lock up, where are they, my darlings will disappear.
  13. bublic
    bublic 11 May 2012 17: 23 New
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    apparently a story from some sort of memoir. very propaganda written. even the very desire to be the same hero. sorry for the boy, but he is a real hero and patriot of his homeland. sorry the heroes die, and mediocrity remains to live.
  14. SectoR
    SectoR 11 May 2012 18: 13 New
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    Odessa woman, you said correctly about films and about youth ...
    And thanks to the story of Yuri, the first time I hear for a little guy, we will know)
  15. Bruevich 11 May 2012 18: 16 New
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    Great story
  16. revnagan 11 May 2012 21: 54 New
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    This article from the book “Hero Pioneers”, I had one in my childhood. There were articles about Marat Kazey, Len Golikov and many other pioneers who fought with the enemies of the Soviet regime or helped build the national economy. Unfortunately, they “read” it. ... And article 1 to 1mu, I have a good memory.
    1. Middle-brother 14 May 2012 11: 20 New
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      I also had one, somewhere else it is stored. Previously, I knew all the pioneers from this book. When I went to museums with the class, I was an authoritative Octobro - all veterans and guides were delighted that young people remember the names of the heroes. True, I was the only one who read ...)
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    Prosto vovochka 23 June 2012 17: 54 New
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    Poor child. And for the carabel - if the priest’s henchman himself doesn’t need to write everyone to his rotten church, in western Ukraine and in Podillia a lot of Orthodox communities have survived that honor the Rights of their Slavic Gods and not worship Judeo-Christianity.
  18. Head Physician 4 November 2017 19: 37 New
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    Interesting article