The first dawn for you, border guard, the first bullet is yours

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“On June 22, 1941 ... the border guards were the first to stand in the way of the cruel enemy. Their heroism, courage and fortitude will forever remain in the memory of the people, will serve as a high moral guideline for young generations. "

From the congratulations of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin
on the Day of the border guard on May 28, 2021.


At exactly four o’clock


Captain Vitaly Trofimovich Sapronov served in the 105th Kretinga border detachment of the NKVD of the Byelorussian SSR. Today Kretinga is in Lithuania, it is located not far from the resort Palanga and from the port of Klaipeda, then still German Memel. And the border there is still very close, but no longer with the Third Reich.

We have not yet been able to find any details about his youth, but it is unlikely that it was very different from the fate of other young commanders. By the beginning of the war, Captain Sapronov, who in the only photo - on his buttonholes clearly shows the letters SHK, which means the NKVD school, was the head of the 2nd section (combat training) of the headquarters of the border detachment.




The story about him is based on dry lines of combat reports, as well as very scarce, unfortunately, memories of his brother.

June 22, 1941 at 4:00 fascist aviation undertook a massive bombing of Kretinga, on the outskirts of which the headquarters and management of the border detachment, as well as the third outpost, were stationed.

Communication with the first and fourth commandant's offices was instantly interrupted, and after half an hour it was impossible to get through to the other divisions. Using messengers on horseback, the head of the detachment, Lieutenant Colonel Pyotr Nikiforovich Bocharov, gave the order:

The subunits, together with the suitable units of the 10th Infantry Division, firmly hold the strongholds.

At the same time, at 4:00 am, artillery and mortar shelling of outposts and commandant's offices began. And already at 5:00 the Nazis launched an offensive along the entire section of the border. By 6 o'clock in the morning the Fritzes captured the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 13th outposts. As of 7:20 am, some of the border units were still fighting in encirclement.

Few border guards from outposts and commandant's offices then managed to get through to the headquarters of the detachment. Together with the units of the Red Army, they defended Kretinga. Then, by order of the command, they began to withdraw and took up defensive positions with the forces of their combined detachment on the southern outskirts of Salantai (it is easy to find it on the pre-war map).


By order of Colonel Bocharov, the soldiers of the 3rd outpost, under the command of the junior political instructor Nikolai Nazarovich Leontyev, ambushed the Kretinga-Salantai highway. The border guards knocked out a fascist armored personnel carrier, destroyed a car, three motorcycles and several enemy soldiers, and managed to capture six of them.

During June 23, as part of the consolidated detachment, Captain Vitaly Sapronov, together with the survivors, successfully repulsed several attacks, but were forced to retreat.

On the eve of the war


A few days before the start of World War II, Vitaly Trofimovich's brother came to visit him and on June 22 was in the border detachment. He remembers that

“... With the outbreak of hostilities, my brother, along with other border guards, fought the Nazis. He told me: "Move to the rear, and I and my subordinates meet the enemy." I have heard nothing more about my brother and do not know. "

As the veteran border guard Vladimir Fedorovich Korolev recalls, in the Central Frontier Museum, with which cooperation was established back in 1995, search engines were given three volumes of the Book of Memory. These tomes contain data on 70 thousand dead, dead from wounds and missing border guards during the war.

Looking through one of the volumes, Korolyov found sixteen border guards, natives of the city of Shchigry and the Shchigrovsky region, who died on the fronts of the Great Patriotic War.

From many there are only numbers left


Among them is Captain Vitaly Trofimovich Sapronov. A native of the Prigorodnyaya settlement of the Shchigrovsky district, Kursk region. He went missing on June 23, 1941 (volume 3, page 27).

In the course of further research, it turned out that the border guard officer was actually captured by the Lithuanian Siauliai on June 28, 1941. His further fate, alas, is unknown.

But Vladimir Fedorovich Korolev, like his fellow countrymen, firmly know that Captain Vitaly Trofimovich Sapronov fought with dignity in the first hours and days of the war. He, like many other border fighters who went through all the trials, died like a real hero, although it is far from always possible to find out the circumstances of the death.


Here are the dry statistics of that tragic time, which, in my opinion, does not need any comments.

In the first battles, the loss of border guards is 90% of the missing. From the first hours and days of the war, the soldiers and officers of the Wehrmacht clearly understood that the war on Soviet soil, where they dared to invade, would be different from the blitzkriegs in which they had participated earlier.

For example, 24 outposts lasted until 250 hours, 20 strong points of border guards withstood Nazi attacks for more than 16 hours. They defended for two days - 20, three - 43, and up to five days - 67 outposts. From one to two weeks, 51 border subunits held back the enemy, and for more than two weeks - 50. Remaining behind enemy lines, they fought back for two months - almost XNUMX outposts.

Unfortunately, even after 80 years, no one can indicate the burial place of the brave border guard captain Vitaly Sapronov. But his name is not forgotten, his feat is immortal. He is always with us!

We honor his memory, like other border fighters who died in the first battles at the borders, with the piercing lines of the Leningrad poet Viktor Ganshin "June 22, 1941". This is one of the best stories about that tragic day.

A slow river flows at dawn
Sleep creeps, trying to close the eyelids,
The fog washed away the nearby haystacks ...
Stop this moment forever!

Seconds fly slowly into eternity
While the shore is bloody, the light of a rocket.
Another moment will pass - and the shell
Pour the war the sixth of the planet.

The outpost was raised by an explosion at the gate.
Fraction of heels along the washed steps.
Trail of dew. Coastal cliff.
Alien oars scum our water.

Will send a cartridge obedient hand,
Three-line fury will strike in the shoulder.
... He took the fight, and for him the river
So forever remained the border.

On victorious May, the path from here lay
Crowned with unfading salute,
And the first to jerk into this distance
A border fighter who fought for three minutes!
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  1. +24
    July 12 2021
    Always with some kind of sublime and sad feeling I treat the Border Guards who met the Nazis of Germany with weapons in the west of the USSR on June 22, 1941.
    They were not afraid of the armada of armed Wehrmacht soldiers ... they fought ... and how they fought.
    If all the units of the Red Army had met the enemy like that on that day, the Germans would hardly have gone beyond Minsk ... they would have got bogged down in border battles.
    Our young generation should set them up as an example ... no need to be afraid of the enemy, no matter how terrible and strong he may seem ... and to repulse him looking in the eyes.
    1. +20
      July 12 2021
      If everyone
      Twelve outposts of the 82nd Reskitent Border Detachment of the Murmansk District from June 29 to July 1941 repelled numerous attacks by Finnish units that wedged into the territory of the Soviet Union.
      On the third of August, the enemy was driven off Soviet soil. From that day until Finland left the war with the USSR, on September 9, 1944, the state border in the detachment's sector was inviolable throughout its entire length.
      Eternal Glory Mikhail Isakovsky
      Eternal Glory and Eternal Memory
      Fallen in a fierce battle!
      Fought bravely and steadily with the enemies
      You are for your Motherland.

      Faithful to the Duty, spared themselves
      For her victory.
      To live in glory and power,
      They gave their heart;

      They gave their lives so that a dashing week
      She never came to us
      So that on earth that they loved so painfully,
      Each branch bloomed.

      Let the years pass over the years
      The country will not forget you:
      Holy and zealous memory of the people
      Yours stores names.

      Fought bravely and steadily with the enemies
      You are for your homeland.
      Eternal Glory and Eternal Memory
      Fallen in a fierce battle.
    2. +3
      July 12 2021
      Well, the border guards were in deployed positions, they were fully equipped with ammunition and it was very difficult for them to order to leave these positions and march or go somewhere. So they showed everything they were capable of. Alas, with the rest of our troops, everything was basically different ...
      1. +2
        July 12 2021
        Quote: Mikhail3
        Well, the border guards were in deployed positions, they were fully equipped with ammunition and it was very difficult for them to order to leave these positions and march or go somewhere. So they showed everything they were capable of. Alas, with the rest of our troops, everything was basically different ...

        I disagree! Yes, the outposts and detachments were ready for any development of events! I'll just tell you in order. About 15 years ago, we opened a memorial to the defense line of Petrozavodsk, by the way, the city was 35 km away. So, on the memorial plaque, the parts that were here to death are listed and allowed for the evacuation! Among them was the NKVD regiment! I didn’t understand right away, but then it came to me, it’s the border guards! They have always been subordinate to the NKVD, the KGB, and even now the FSB.
        1. 0
          July 12 2021
          What do I disagree with? Nothing is clear from your post. Well, yes, the troops of the NKVD mostly fought valiantly and very skillfully. Is this news to you? I was also told at school who exactly fought in the Brest Fortress.
          Quote: non-primary
          Yes, the outposts and detachments were ready for any development of events!

          What development? Throw your section of the border ?! Are you in yourself at all? This is the share of real border guards in a big war - to fight for their area and die there if their own army does not come to the rescue. Eternal memory to the guys who completed their military duty to the end.
          1. 0
            July 12 2021
            Quote: Mikhail3
            What do I disagree with? Nothing is clear from your post. Well, yes, the troops of the NKVD mostly fought valiantly and very skillfully. Is this news to you? I was also told at school who exactly fought in the Brest Fortress.
            Quote: non-primary
            Yes, the outposts and detachments were ready for any development of events!

            What development? Throw your section of the border ?! Are you in yourself at all? This is the share of real border guards in a big war - to fight for their area and die there if their own army does not come to the rescue. Eternal memory to the guys who completed their military duty to the end.

            I understand that the Charter is not familiar to you. Otherwise, this heresy would not have been written. And if you didn't understand ... sorry. And I admire the heroism of our border guards!
            1. -1
              July 13 2021
              When a person has nothing to say, he desperately puffs out his cheeks. Good luck ...
          2. +1
            July 13 2021
            Quote: Mikhail3
            to the end who fulfilled their military duty.

            Sad willows leaned towards the pond
            A month floats above the water.
            The one at the border, stood at the post
            At night, a young fighter.

            On a formidable night, he did not sleep, did not doze,
            The native land was guarded.
            In the more often forest he heard steps
            And lay down with a gun.

            Black shadows in the fog grew
            The cloud in the sky is dark ...
            The first shell exploded in the distance -
            So the war began.

            It's hard to hold on to a fighter alone
            It’s hard to beat off the attack.
            So he had at dawn to him
            Head honestly folded.

            Sad willows stand by the pond
            A month looks from above ...
            Water whispers to sleepy shore
            Name of the hero of the country.

            Along with victory, calm days
            The edges have returned to these.
            At night on a quiet outpost, the lights
            Friends re-ignite.
      2. +1
        July 13 2021
        Quote: Mikhail3
        Well, the border guards were in deployed positions, they were fully equipped with ammunition and it was very difficult for them to order to leave these positions and march or go somewhere. So they showed everything they were capable of. Alas, with the rest of our troops, everything was basically different ...

        So the question arises why the NKVD troops were ready for war, while the rest of our troops were different?
      3. 0
        16 September 2021
        Quote: Mikhail3
        Alas, for the rest of our troops, everything was, in principle, different ..

        You write nonsense. Yes, if a frontier detachment, conditionally one hundred people, is attacked by an enemy numbering two hundred infantry men, there is a chance to show heroism and fight back. And if your infantry regiment is attacked by a tank division, then there may be no chance of heroism.
        1. 0
          17 September 2021
          You write nonsense. I didn't understand why. Apparently, you tried to understand the war for about five minutes from the American kin. When a real enemy has come to your land, with a war of extermination, then what you call "showing valor" is inapplicable. You will not have a cheerful evacuation, and you, modestly smiling, will not be slapped on the shoulder in a safe field camp far from the war.
          When the enemy came not to play with toys, but to kill you seriously, your chances of survival are almost zero, and if you value your people, your family and the land that feeds all of you, the price of your life is completely different. You can't get away. You will be killed anyway. You are the past. All men are past. The future is women, children and old people, as the memory of the people.
          So it's up to you to inflict as much damage on the enemy as you can. If you are a hundred, then in a fortified position you have the opportunity to kill at least four hundred enemies. And to destroy a lot of equipment that cannot be replaced at once. And the enemy will spend a huge amount of consumables - cartridges, shells, mines. If you in battle, fighting in a fortification, killed less than four enemies - you have not fulfilled your duty. And if they did, they did it.
          Of course, this math is perfect. It is based on the fact that the defenders in the fortification when attacking the enemy lose four times less people than the attackers. In fact, the Western armies stop fighting and flee, having lost 14 to 16% of their personnel. There are no exceptions. Russian armies fight steadily until they reach 40% of losses, and in many cases the standard reaches 80-90, and the rest are wounded and cannot fight physically. Well, etc. You are fluent in the language, but you are not Russian. And you will hardly understand that. what i say. Alas...
          1. 0
            17 September 2021
            You are again writing pretentious nonsense. And there is too much of this nonsense. I will not even comment, sorry.
            1. 0
              17 September 2021
              Have you ever died? When you will, "pathos" will be remembered) Not that I need your comment).
    3. 0
      July 16 2021
      The fear of death is the strongest. People were a little different then.
  2. +12
    July 12 2021
    I do not like slogans, cliches and platitudes, but under this article, besides them, one can only say “we must remember”. The memory of the most evil fate of mankind that allowed it to survive, written memory will already allow generations to survive. Alas, today, when the availability of information has already become familiar, we are faced with another phenomenon that truth and memory are not always identical.
    Therefore, this article, with its childishly simple presentation, is priceless.
    Thanks to the author, with respect to Kote!
    1. +6
      July 12 2021
      Yes, Vlad, that's exactly what you need to remember.
  3. -8
    July 12 2021
    What is the article about? How exactly did Captain Vitaly Trofimovich Sapronov stand out among other border guards of the 105th Kretinga border detachment?
    1. +7
      July 12 2021
      What is the article about?

      Dear, DEDMOROZOV (Igor), it is a pity that you do not understand the essence of the article. I believe that such incomprehensibility exists not only among you, but also among some citizens of Russia and not Russia, too, adherents of Echo of Moscow, supporters of Navalny, Chubais and others like him, etc.
      So for those who do not understand the essence of the article, either intentionally or through thoughtlessness: an article about heroism, duty, service to the Motherland, the Fatherland, that the Motherland, the Fatherland was defended, ordinary soldiers such as the border guard captain Sapronov were not given to the enemy to be mocked. Vitaly Trofimovich, and that by their service to the duty, to the Motherland, such as Captain Vitaly Trofimovich Sapronov deserve the eternal memory of our people, our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. And this memory cannot be destroyed, not destroyed by anyone, even those who have completely knocked this memory off ...
      Eternal memory to those who fell for the Motherland !!!!
      1. +1
        July 12 2021
        Quote: The Truth
        important, DEDMOROZOV (Igor), it's a pity that you do not understand the essence of the article

        Really a pity. It was with such mindless agitation that once the regular propagandists of the USSR destroyed any connection between the people and the authorities. Because empty, meaningless ringing gives rise to rejection, and nothing more. It was as if Suslov was writing this article, not be remembered by nightfall ...
        Do you remember how the USSR ended? Do you think what killed him will help Russia? Oh well...
        1. 0
          July 13 2021
          Dear, Michael3 (Mikhail)
          1. This article is not an agitation, but a reminder to us, the living, the grandchildren of those who died in the Second World War, those who remained on the battlefield, rotted in the camps about what could have happened to the Motherland, Fatherland, if our grandfathers, fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters did not come to their defense if they had not accepted the first battle, if they had not gone into eternity, to the place where all the righteous who defend the Fatherland go.
          2.
          destroyed any connection between the people and the government

          The connection between the people and the authorities was destroyed not by propagandists, but by the decaying elite of the USSR and the party. This is now called the "creative class".
          3. We remember very well how the USSR ended its existence. But this does not mean at all that the USSR has fallen asleep because of the propagandists.
          Speaking of propaganda.
          Propaganda and counter-propaganda are necessary especially where the propaganda of our enemies is active, the number of which, unfortunately, is not decreasing.
    2. +11
      July 12 2021
      Quote: DEDMOROZOV
      What is the article about? How exactly did Captain Vitaly Trofimovich Sapronov stand out among other border guards of the 105th Kretinga border detachment?

      Yes, even by the fact that he managed to kill the German who could have killed your grandfather or grandmother, and then you would not have been in the world! fool
  4. +6
    July 12 2021
    We will remember. Let not by name, but all.
  5. +7
    July 12 2021
    Halder's diary 22.06.1941/XNUMX/XNUMX
    The general picture of the first day of the offensive is as follows:

    The offensive of the German troops took the enemy by surprise. The enemy's battle formations were not tactically adapted for defense; His troops in the border zone were scattered over a vast territory and tied to the areas of their quartering. The protection of the border itself was generally weak.

    Tactical surprise led to the fact that enemy resistance in the border zone was weak and disorganized, as a result of which we were able to easily capture bridges over water obstacles everywhere and break through the border strip of fortifications to the full depth (field-type fortifications).

    Unfortunately, perfectly trained border guards (department of Beria L.P.) could not oppose anything to regular German units and died within 30 minutes - 1,5 hours. Heroism cannot resist bombers, howitzers and tanks. They were simply erased. the exceptions only prove the rules. everlasting memory.
    1. +1
      July 12 2021
      If a rule is refuted by an exception, it ceases to be a rule. The rules have not changed. 2 + 2 = 4.
      There are no exceptions.
      And the border guards were not taught to conduct a combined arms battle. And they did not have their own means of amplification.
      They were able to do much more in those early days than some of the army units.
      1. 0
        July 13 2021
        2 + 2 does not equal only 4, it can be 0 and 10 and -2 (the law of synergy). The Wehrmacht of June 1941, 2 = 2 was equal to 10, combat experience, healthy arrogance, a well-functioning system of interaction between troops, trained personnel, strategic initiative, The Red Army in June 41, 2 + 2 was clearly less than 4. Boring story is not interesting to anyone, vivid examples of heroism are needed. When everything collapses, when your tanks burn like matches, when the planes in the sky are only German (as it seems to you), when your unit ceases to exist after a couple of days of fighting, and the commanders who taught you life, in fact, turned out to be not entirely competent, here, like a ray of light, stories about the exploits of the N-outpost or the N-regiment, which crumble the Germans like cabbage, are required. The tales of outposts that held out for many days are from this area. How is this known? Did the Germans tell? Or the political instructor of the outpost left the encirclement and told?
        I agree that they did more than many on that terrible day.
        1. 0
          July 13 2021
          Interesting arithmetic at you.
          You should write textbooks for elementary school!
          1. 0
            July 13 2021
            This is not arithmetic, this is the basics of management.
            1. -1
              July 13 2021
              Management is the cunning notions of the seller. In order to sell at a higher price that which the buyer is special and does not need.
              And it does not apply to military affairs.
              Unless you "trade" your "belligerence" like a mercenary warrior.
              Then you can "zaginat" whatever your heart desires.
  6. +3
    July 12 2021
    and the guys did not fight and die for the "butcher and tram" soldier
  7. +5
    July 12 2021
    And you know that the Primorsky Army (including the NKVD regiment) not only defended Odessa, but also went over to attacks up to the crossing of the Danube and the occupation of the territories of Romania. And, this is in the first months of the war !!!
  8. +6
    July 12 2021
    Author:
    Valentin Malyutin
    For example, 24 outposts lasted until 250 hours, 20 strong points of border guards withstood Nazi attacks for more than 16 hours. They defended for two days - 20, three - 43, and up to five days - 67 outposts. From one to two weeks, 51 border subunits held back the enemy, and for more than two weeks - 50. Remaining behind enemy lines, they fought back for two months - almost XNUMX outposts.

    Very interesting information, but it is a pity that the author did not indicate the source, referring to the documents of those years.
    If the outposts held out until 24 hours, then the question arises, where were the parts of the reinforcement of the spacecraft, which, according to the cover plans, should have left within 45 minutes to support the border guards, and subsequently take over the leadership of the battles with their heavy weapons.
    Now there is a lot of controversy over the guilt of certain figures in the tragedy of the beginning of the war, but this example shows that even at the grassroots level there was no full interaction of border units and regular units of the Red Army. And this led to the fact that the Germans were able to penetrate deeply into our territory, bypassing the centers of resistance of the border units, and not meeting the deployed regiments to cover the state border, which ultimately affected all the failures of the first months of the war.
    1. +1
      July 12 2021
      Yes, well, I see. What are there 24 hours. The Wehrmacht swallowed these outposts as a tsunami swallows up the coastline
      1. 0
        July 12 2021
        And the Romanians and the Finns were as "quick" as the Germans?
        And the Germans sometimes "did not ask", as during the assault on Przemysl!
        So, the "tsunami" in places without replenishment by reserves turned out to be a simple "flooding from the upper floor."
        1. 0
          July 13 2021
          I'm talking about the Wehrmacht. And not about the Romanians with the Finns. Is Przemysl a fortress? I don't know about him. The fortress was kept as long as the Brest one. That's why she is a fortress. I talked about ordinary outposts
          1. 0
            July 13 2021
            Przemysl is a border town. In which there was an outpost and a border commander!
  9. +2
    July 12 2021
    As the veteran border guard Vladimir Fedorovich Korolev recalls, in the Central Frontier Museum, with which cooperation was established back in 1995, search engines were given three volumes of the Book of Memory. These tomes contain data on 70 thousand dead, dead from wounds and missing border guards during the war.


    In fact, there is data from the KGB about irrecoverable losses of border troops and NKVD troops (including those who returned from captivity), both at the front in the first days of the war and in the rear in the fight against sabotage groups of the enemy:

    1. died on the battlefield, died at the stage of sanitary evacuation: border troops - 18.9 thousand, NKVD troops - 20.7 thousand;

    2. Died of wounds in hospitals (according to reports from medical institutions): unknown border troops, troops of the NKVD -2.5 thousand;

    3. Non-combat losses: died from disease, died as a result of accidents, sentenced to death (according to reports from troops, medical institutions, military tribunals): border troops - 7,1 thousand, NKVD troops - 6.5 thousand;

    4. Missing, captured
    (according to troop reports and information from the repatriation authorities): border troops - 22.8 thousand; troops of the NKVD - 68 thousand;

    5. Unaccounted losses of the first months of the war
    (killed, missing in the troops that did not submit a report): border troops - 12,6.

    Total: irrecoverable losses (dead, died from the RAS, non-combat losses, captured and missing, including those who returned from captivity) were:
    border troops - 61.4 thousand, NKVD troops 97.7 thousand

    In total, 127 of the 000 border guards served on the Western border, and most of them did not die, were not captured and did not disappear, but reasonably retreated with units of the Red Army.

    Subsequently, they carried the protection of the rear of the fronts and were engaged in the elimination of enemy sabotage groups, national formations (UNO UPA, Forest Brothers), detaining the Red Army deserters, sending stragglers and marching reinforcements to their units. The losses of this period also included 61.4 thousand irrecoverable losses of the border troops.

    Therefore, 70 dead and missing border guards, with a real 000 thousand irrecoverable, taking into account those who returned from captivity, is from the same area of ​​fantasy as 61.4 million dead and dead soldiers of the Red Army, with a real 13.6 officially dead (10) , re-conscripted released prisoners of war and subsequently killed (149 out of 700 re-conscripted during the war), missing (6), killed in the partisan movement (885) and died in German, Finnish and Romanian captivity (100 ).

    Easily inflating your losses, you yourself are promoting the myth of the inferiority of the Red Army, border troops, NKVD troops, civilian personnel, militias and partisans in front of the Wehrmacht, the paramilitary formations of Germany and its allies!

    To begin with, it would not hurt to understand the real peaceful and military losses of the USSR. And until this is done, the saying "No one is forgotten and nothing is forgotten" is nothing more than pathos, which has nothing in common with the real memory of the generation of winners.
    1. +6
      July 12 2021
      We shouldn't forget about those border guards who stayed behind and organized partisan detachments.

      These are the border guards who met our troops in Belarus during the Bagration operation, some of them retained not only their weapons, PPD, but also their green caps. Didn't leave the border.
      1. wow
        0
        July 13 2021
        Well done boys ! Now only look for such !!!
  10. wow
    0
    July 13 2021
    Everlasting memory !!!!!!!!!!!
  11. 0
    July 16 2021
    Strong lines. Creepy, scary, it would seem hopeless everything ... but in spite of everything to survive. Scary to read. Eternal memory and glory to the defenders.
  12. 0
    January 4 2022
    Head of the 105th frontier detachment-Major Bocharov Petr Nikiforovich,
    death 03.07.1941/105/XNUMX. According to the recollections of the captain of the XNUMXth burial detachment Pavel
    Andreevich Zobov (the book "By the Roads of Hell. Notes
    your "), former colleagues: Mr. Dubrovsky Lev Karpovich, Mr. Sap-
    Ronov Vitaly Trofimovich and Lt Kluge Anatoly Vsevolodovich
    became traitors. Sapronov V.T. was released from the ame-
    Kan troops. Former prisoners arranged lynching for him,
    inflicting bodily harm on him, but American soldiers intervened
    foxed and rescued Sapronov, not allowing him to be killed. After that, the traces
    Sapronova are lost. I advise you to read another book "On the Web"
    the commander of the communications platoon of the 3rd commandant's office of the 105th border detachment of the l-ta
    Nikolay Nikolaev and Rimantas Greicius.

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