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Forgotten Regiment

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15 th guards motorized rifle Shavlinsky Order of Lenin Red Banner Regiment

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In early January 1918, at the personal instruction of V.I. Lenin from volunteers of Baltic sailors fleet The 2nd Petrograd Naval Detachment (over 250 men) was formed under the command of Maxim Zelenkov. The detachment was sent to support Soviet authorities in the western regions of the country. Later this detachment became part of the Western revolutionary front to combat counter-revolution.

18 February 1918, violating the truce, German troops launched an offensive in three strategic directions - Petrograd, Moscow (central) and Kiev. The old Russian army, unable to resist the enemy, left positions without a fight, throwing weapons and equipment. In response to the Soviet government's call "The socialist fatherland is in danger!" The working people of the country rose up against the invaders. In the central direction, units of the Western Front (commander AF Myasnikov) and the Western Revolutionary Front to combat counter-revolution (Commander-in-Chief RI Berzin) entered the struggle against the superior forces of the German troops. Their actions reduced the pace of the invaders' attack on the central regions of the country, allowed them to evacuate significant stocks of weapons, ammunition, equipment, railroad and military equipment to the rear.

As part of these fronts in the areas of Rogachev, Zhlobin, Gomel, Kalinkovichi, Novozybkov, they often fought against the invaders in a semi-circle and without support on the flanks,
Petrograd naval detachment (up to 400 people; commander A. Ulesko),
1 th Kronstadt detachment of sailors (up to 500 people),
2 of the Petrograd naval detachment (up to 250 people; commander M. Zelenkov),
1-th Petrograd consolidated detachment of sailors (up to 100 people),
Revel consolidated marine detachment (up to 300 people; Commissioner PM Bulkin),
Consolidated naval detachment under the command of L.Ya. Ugryumova (up to 200 people, 4 guns, 16 machine guns),
a special team of sailors with the Commissar for the supply of the 1 th revolutionary army (25 people; the chief B. Pristrom).

After the end of hostilities, naval units became part of the Western Division of the Veil Detachments, Petrograd and Moscow Defense Regions. In mid-April, they were excluded from the fleet and completely transferred to the Red Army or at the disposal of local authorities. The newly formed detachments from the Baltic Sea fleet also arrived at the western demarcation line. In the Western sector of the veil detachments were:
The Roslavl detachment is 1 (75 people, 2 machine gun) and 3 (158 people, 2 machine gun) Chaus sea units, 1 people (187 machine gun; Kutuzov sea Revelsky (30 man, 4 machine gun; Kutuzov, Revelskiy (221 man Revelsky (22 people, 3 machinegun) consolidated detachments of sailors, 120-th Petrograd Red Guard battalion of the Red Army (26 sailors; G. Millionshchikov) and cavalry half-squadron (XNUMX sailors);
in the Orsha group of the Smolensk region - a detachment of seamen numbering 43 people;
in the Novozybkov group of the Bryansk region is the 2 of the Petrograd Marine Detachment. Three Baltic seamen detachments became part of the 1 th Revolutionary Regiment named after Comrade Lenin formed in the Bryansk region.
Being in the composition of the Soviet troops on the western demarcation line, detachments of sailors covered the interior regions of the RSFSR from the constant threat of a new German offensive. In the summer of 1918, most of these units were sent to the Eastern Front.

18 June 1918 of the year on the basis of the Red Army soldiers 2 of the Petrograd naval detachment of the Western section of the curtain units in the Zlynka suburb of the Gomel province (now the Bryansk region) the 2 of the Petrograd naval battalion was formed. The battalion (then the regiment) was commanded by Maxim Zelenkov, Sparrows (with 23.10.1918), the commissioners were Shemets, Sidorov (with 9.08.1918), Pitanin (with 30.10.1918).

At the end of June, a battalion of 1918 (420 bayonets, 33 sabers, 7 machine guns) arrived on the Eastern Front to fight against Czech Czechs and Kolchak. 6 July 1918 after completing the manning was deployed in the 2 Petrograd Marine Regiment and included in the newly formed order of the 1 Army of the Penza Infantry Division (from 15 September 1918 of the year - 1-I Penza rifle division with 19 March, 1919 March XXXX - 20-I Penza Rifle Division).

The division consisted of: 1 Army (July 1918 of the Year - October 1919 of the Year), 10 of the Army (December 1919 of the Year - February 1920 of the Year; March - April 1920 of the Year), 11 of the Army (April 1920 of the Year - May 1921 year), 1-th Cavalry Army (February - March 1920 of the year).

A few days later, the regiment began hostilities against the Czechoslovak and Socialist-Revolutionary-White Guard troops attacking Simbirsk. After leaving the 22.07 Simbirsk regiment suffered significant losses and was relegated to the rear for replenishment. By early August, the regiment consisted of two battalions, an artillery platoon (2 guns) and a machine-gun command (10 machine guns) with a total of 540 men; the third battalion was in the formation stage.

Vozdvizhensky, head of the 1-th Penza division, presenting the regiment to the award as the Revolutionary Banner of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee, wrote in August 1918: “I consider that all the merits of the 2-th Marine Naval Petrograd Regiment are an example of the social service. Fatherland and he deserves an honorary award. "

Since the end of August, the 2 th Petrograd Marine Regiment participated with the 1 Army units in the offensive on the Eastern Front, in September-December 1918 fought in the Simbirsk, Syzran, Samara, Buguruslan areas. 22.12.1918. The 2 th Petrograd Marine Regiment, which included almost no sailors, was renamed the 2 th Petrograd Rifle Regiment.

The 20 Rifle Division, which included the regiment, participated in battles in the Volga region, including in September-October 1918 of the year in Syzran-Samara operation 1918 of the year and the release of Syzran, then released Belebey (November 1918 of the year), Sterlitamak (December 1918 of the year), fought for Orenburg and Verkhneuralsk (January 1919 of the year). In February, 1919 of the year was advancing north of Orsk and seized the Avzyanopetrovsky and Kananikol factories. In March, 1919, during the offensive of Kolchak's troops, defended on the river Salmysh. In late April, defeated the White Guard corps of General Bakich on the river Salmysh. In May, 1919 of the year ensured the conduct of the Ufa operation 1919 of the year, freed Sterlitamak.

From 14 August to 14 September 1919, the 20-I Penza Rifle Division participated in the Aktobe operation as part of the 1-th army.

The last battle on the Eastern Front led the regiment as part of the 1 Army and knocked out Kolchak troops from the city of Orsk.

After the liberation of Orsk, the regiment as part of the 2-th (3-th) brigade of the 20-th rifle division was urgently transferred to the Southern Front and is part of the Kikvidz 16-Rifle Division.
46 sbr (136, 137, 138 cn)
47 sbr (139, 140, 141 cn)
48 sbr (142, 143, 144 cn), brigade commander J. Fabricius.
In October 1919, the 16-I Rifle Division named after VI. Kikvidze defended in the area of ​​Bobrov.

In one of the battles of the 142, the Petrograd regiment (he already had this number) faced the Mamontov detachment, which had up to 10.000 sabers, face to face. The units of the compound hurriedly retreated and the entire thousandth Cossack avalanche fell upon the regiment. The regiment under the command of AS Golyavkina had 307 bayonets in his squad, turned around and took the fight. Unable to withstand the united resistance of the Petrograd inhabitants, the Cossacks withdrew, but after receiving reinforcements with a new force, they attacked the regiment. Separated from its units, deprived of communication and support, the regiment took up all-round defense and entered into an unequal battle with the White Cossacks. The fight was not for life, but for death. At the end of the fifth hour the wounded, bleeding, not having poly ammunition, the death of the brave last Red Army men, and with them the regiment commander.

307 died from the 266 fighters and the regiment commander, those who were with the wagon train, the wounded, cut by sabers survived, their enemies were mistaken for the dead.

For their bravery and courage, the regiment was presented for the award of the Honorary Revolutionary Banner of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee (second time).

After receiving reinforcements, the regiment as part of the brigade commanded by Fabricius leads combat operations against Denikin's army.

In October - December 1919, the 16 Rifle Division participated in the Voronezh-Kastornoye operation and offensive in the Don region.

In January - March 1920, the division participated in the Rostov-Novocherkassk, Don-Manychskaya, Tikhoretskaya and Kuban-Novorossiysk operations. In April, 1920, the division defended the coast in the areas of Novorossiysk and Yeisk.

The personnel of the regiment finished their fights in 1920 on the Taman Peninsula, where they fought as part of the 11 of the Taman Army. For successful military operations 26-th regiment in 1920 was awarded the Presidium of the Central Executive Committee of the Revolutionary Red Banner of Honor.
By order of the troops of the North Caucasus Military District of 1 in May of 1920, the 2-I Don Rifle Division was formed in the city of Azov. The regiment joined the division under the name 16-th Petrograd Rifle Regiment.
The division included:

4 Rifle Brigade:
10 th Infantry Regiment;
11 th Infantry Regiment;
12 th infantry regiment.

5 Rifle Brigade:
13 th Infantry Regiment;
14 th Infantry Regiment;
15 th infantry regiment.

6 Rifle Brigade:
16-th Petrograd rifle regiment;
17 th Infantry Regiment;
18 th infantry regiment.

It consisted of: North Caucasian Military District (May – August 1920 of the year), 9 Army (August – September 1920 of the year), Group of Forces of the Taganrog axis (October 1920 of the year), 13 of the Army (October – November 1920 of the year) , 4 Army (November 1920 of the year - January 1921 of the year), Donetsk Labor Army (January 1921 of the year), Caucasian Front (February - May 1921 of the year), North Caucasian Military District (since May 1921 of the year).

Attended:
in the liquidation of the Wrangel landing (July 1920) of Colonel Nazarov in the Don Region;
Ulagaevsky landing 1920, in the area of ​​the village of Olginskaya (August 14 - September 7 1920 of the year);
in offensive battles against Wrangel's troops on the northern coast of the Azov Sea.

In September 1920, the affairs and position of the commander of the 16 Petrograd Regiment were received by I.F. Artemyev. September 29 The 1920 regiment, covering the retreating units, was surrounded. Fighting an unequal battle, the Red Army soldiers broke through the ring of the enemy and the regiment left the encirclement and joined its units.

For courage and bravery shown in battles with Wrangel, the commander of the 16 of the Petrograd regiment was awarded the Order of the Red Banner. The award was given personally by M.V. Frunze (order is kept in the museum of the Taman Division). The regiment was presented for the third time to the award by the Honorary Revolutionary Banner of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee.

Next 2-I Don Infantry Division participated:
in the liberation of Mariupol and Melitopol (October 1920 of the year);
liquidation of the Makhnovshchina in the Tauride and Yekaterinoslav provinces (November - December 1920 of the year);
anti-Soviet gangs in the Don region (1921 - 22 years).

After the civil war, the regiment was stationed in Novocherkassk, Kamensk (1921).

13 June 1922, the 2-I Don Infantry Division was renamed the 9-Infantry Division.
The division included:
24 th Infantry Regiment;
25 th Infantry Regiment;
26-th Petrograd Rifle Regiment.

March 1 The 1924 of the 26 of the Petrograd Rifle Regiment was renamed the 26 of the Leningrad Rifle Regiment.
In May 1924, the regiment arrived in the city of Yeisk.

January 12 The 1926 of the 9 Rifle Division was given the name Don.

In 1932, as part of the 2-th Don Division, the personnel of the regiment performs the honorary assignment of the Soviet Government - takes part in the construction of the grain giant “Giant”, besides it carries the guard of the Don Mines.


In 1936, the 9-I Don Infantry Division was renamed the 38-th Don Infantry Division.
15 August 1936, the division named Mikoyan.
September 18 1939, the 38-th Don Mikoyan Infantry Division was deployed in the 38-th, 158-th and 171-th rifle divisions. The regiment joined the 158 division and was named the 875 th infantry regiment.

38-rifle division (Zernograd, station Kagalnitskaya, station Mechetinskaya):
29 th Infantry Regiment (Novocherkassk, commander Colonel Bovda MP);
48 th Infantry Regiment (city of Zernograd, commander major Sheremet PI);
343 th Infantry Regiment (Rostov-on-Don, commander Major Alkhimin MI);
214 th artillery regiment;
240-th howitzer artillery regiment;
134-th separate anti-tank division;
124-th separate anti-aircraft artillery division;
70 th separate reconnaissance battalion;
132-th separate battalion;
122-th separate communications battalion;
50 th;
52 Medical Sanitary Battalion;
135-I motor company (117-th motor battalion);
77-th field plant;
193-I field mail station;
657-i pkg.

158 Rifle Division (Yeisk):
875 th Infantry Regiment;
879 th Infantry Regiment;
881 th Infantry Regiment;
423 th Light Artillery Regiment;
535 th howitzer artillery regiment.

171 Rifle Division:
380 th Infantry Regiment;
525 th Infantry Regiment;
713 th Infantry Regiment;
357 th Light Artillery Regiment;
478 th howitzer artillery regiment.

By the beginning of World War II, the 158 Division was part of the 34 Infantry Corps of the North Caucasian Military District.
In May - June 1941 of the year according to the Directive of the General Staff of the Red Army No. 503904 of 13 in May 1941 of the year 34's infantry corps from the North Caucasian Military District was relocated to KOVO.
The 34 Rifle Corps was located in the camps:
the operational group of the SKVO headquarters (deputy commander of the North Caucasus Military District, Lieutenant-General M. Reuter, Cherkasy camp, Cherkasy main unloading station, arrival of the first echelons 2 - 3 June 1941 of the year);
housing management (Trushniki camp, Bila Tserkva main unloading station, arrival of the first echelon of 20 in May of 1941);
an artillery regiment (Trushniki camp, the main unloading station Bila Tserkva, the arrival of the first echelon of 20 in May of 1941 of the year);
38 Rifle Division (Trushniki camp, Bila Tserkva main unloading station, arrival of the first echelon of 20 in May of 1941 of the year);
129-rifle division (camp Trushniki, the main station unloading White Church, the arrival of the first echelon 3 June 1941 of the year);
158 Rifle Division (Cherkasy camp, Cherkasy main unloading station, arrival of the first echelons 2 - 3 June 1941 of the year);
171 Rifle Division (Cherkasy camp, Cherkasy main unloading station, arrival of the first echelons 2 - 3 June 1941 of the year);
The 28-I Mountain Division (Smila Camp, the main unloading station Smila, the arrival of the first echelon 20 of May 1941).

All parts of the corps arrived with NZ property, training and camp property. Families of commanders remained in points of permanent deployment.
All formations of the North Caucasian Military District, arriving at KOVO, remained in the composition of the North Caucasian Military District troops and were subordinate to the North Caucasian Military District Task Force led by the deputy. Combo-troops of the North Caucasian Military District, Lieutenant-General M. Reiter.

25 June 1941 of the year according to the GC Directive Directive to form an army of the reserve of the Main Command under the command of Marshal of the Soviet Union S.M. Budyonny. The group included 00.05, 26.06.1941, 22 and 20-I armies.
The 34 Rifle Corps (38, 129, 158, 171 SD) was deployed in the Cherkasy region, Bila Tserkva.
The division had the task of reproducing and starting the preparation of the defensive line of the main line along the r. Desna, p. Dnepr to be in readiness on the special instructions of the High Command to go over to the offensive.
28 June 1941 of the year according to the directive of the Stavka GK No. 0060 19-I army received the task to assemble by morning 2.07.1941 in the area (claim) Gornostaypol, Makarov, Fastov, Belaya Tserkov, Tripolye.
The concentration of the 158-Infantry Division was made by campaign.
Concentration of the division on a campaign was made dispersed, mainly by night marches and with classes. Particular attention was paid to refining. tank attacks on convoys and equipment of the anti-tank area. Daily crossing was not less than 35 km. On the campaign, troop control was carefully organized.

1 July 1941 of the year according to the Directive of the Headquarters of the Civil Code No. 00124, the troops of the 19 Army began to prepare for shipment by rail to a new area. Ready to load 18.00 1.07.1941
The 158 Rifle Division was sunk at Fastov station. Appointment - Golynki.

The first battle of the 875 Infantry Regiment took 10 July 1941 near Smolensk. Since 10 August 1941, the 875 th rifle regiment is part of the 127 th rifle division and participates in the battles of Kursk. 20 December 1941 of the year in the battle for the village of Pankovskoe, 10-12 of January 1942 of the year in the rout of the Vypolzovsky grouping of the enemy.

In January, the regiment 1942 was deployed on the southern front and is fighting defensive battles at the turn of Seversky Donets and is helping to get out of the army of 9, 12 and 37 units. The regiment is fighting in the foothills of the North Caucasus, is involved in the liberation of the cities of Nalchik, Kislovodsk, Essentuki.

September 14 The 1943 regiment as part of the 56 Army is taking part in the breakthrough of the Blue Line and the liberation of the Taman Peninsula.

September 3 The 1943 regiment forcing the Kerch Strait and leads the battle for the liberation of the Crimean Peninsula.

11 April 1944, together with other regiments, storms Sapun Mountain and frees the city of Sevastopol.

In July, the 1944 regiment as part of the division was moved from the Crimea to the Baltic States and became part of the 1 of the Baltic Front, freeing the Baltic States from the fascist invaders.

12 August 1944 of the year for mass heroism, high combat skills and courage shown by the soldiers of the regiment during the liberation of the city of Siauliai (Shavli) the regiment was given the honorary title "Shavlinsky".

October 31, 1944, by the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, the regiment was awarded the Order of the Red Banner.

In the future, the regiment leads the battles in East Prussia and to the city of Konigsberg, where it celebrates victory.

During the Great Patriotic War, 4 was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union, 2 of them were forever enrolled in the lists of their units.
1. Gw Lt Davydov Vladimir Ilyich - commander of a platoon of intelligence.
2. Gw row. Kuliev Mohti Nadir-ogly - the commander of the machine-gun crew.
3. Gw mln. st Laar Joseph Iosifovich - commander of the 4 rifle company (posthumously). I closed the enemy’s machine gun with my body, being seriously wounded in the stomach with a splinter.
4. Gw st Nosov Alexander Mikhailovich - assistant commander of a rifle platoon 2 rifle company (posthumously).

Guard Private LAAR Joseph Iosifovich closed the embrasure of the German bunker, October 25 1943, he was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union, posthumously. By order of the USSR Ministry of Defense No. 243 of October 14 of 1966, the Hero of the Soviet Union, the guard of the ordinary LAAR, Joseph Iosifovich, is forever enlisted in the lists of the 4 motorized rifle company.
Guards junior sergeant - deputy platoon commander Alexander NOSOV, reflecting with a group of fighters on the enemy’s counterattack, personally hit an enemy tank, repelling six counterattacks and participating in capturing the dominant height, fighting for the first position personally destroyed 38 enemy soldiers, and then eight more, throwing German grenades bunker October 25 1943, junior sergeant NOSOV Alexander Mikhailovich, was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union. By order of the USSR Ministry of Defense No. 261 of November 1 of 1966, junior sergeant NOSOV A.M. forever enrolled in the lists of the 2 th motorized rifle company.

Five soldiers of the regiment were awarded the Order of Lenin, 137 - the Order of the Red Banner, 16 - the Order of Alexander Nevsky, 9 - the Order of Bohdan Khmelnitsky, 1855 - the Order of the Red Star, 23 - the Order of Glory and the 367 - I; Grade I and 395 - Grade II, 691 - Medal For Courage, 2254 - Medal For Battle Merit.

In August, the regiment 1953 was renamed the 130 th Guards Mechanized Shavlinsky Red Banner Regiment, and in May 1957, the 406 th Guards Motorized Rifle Regiments Shavlinsky.

In 1967, for the best troop and financial economy, the regiment was awarded and handed over for eternal storage the Banner from the USSR Ministry of Defense.

28 February 1968 of the Year By decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR for great services in the fight against the German fascist invaders and for success in military and political training, the regiment was awarded the Order of Lenin in honor of the 50 anniversary of the Armed Forces of the USSR.

In 1970, part of the military was awarded the medal “For Military Valor” for active operations in the “Dvina” military maneuvers.

In 1972, the regiment personnel took part in the West-72 military strategic exercises. For the courage and bravery of the personnel at the exercises, the regiment was awarded an honorary pennant of the Ministry of Defense by order of the USSR Ministry of Defense.

In July, 1972, personnel took part in extinguishing a fire in the Shatura District of the Moscow Region. 101 man won the government award "For Courage in a Fire."

In 1990, the regiment was renamed the 15-th Guards Motorized Rifle Regiment.
The 18 Junior Regiment celebrates the annual celebration of the formation of the regiment.

From August 1 to September 5, the command of the 1999-th gv.msp was tasked to have one MSB with a 15-hour readiness, equipped with 6%. In the period from 100 to 1 in August, this battalion was staffed and combat training was organized with personnel.

5 September 1999 received a command to form a consolidated regiment under the command of the 15-th gv.msp to be sent to Dagestan.

In September 1999, the 15-th Guards Motorized Rifle Regiment was transferred to the Republic of Dagestan to participate in hostilities.

10 September The 1999 regiment arrived to reinforce the grouping of troops on the border with Chechnya.
Since 20 September 1999, the regiment has been involved in the fighting.

After the battles on the Terek and Sunzhensky Ridge and the battle for Grozny, the 15 th regiment fought with Shara, Itum-Kale, Ushkala and went to Shatoi.

12 February 2000 of the year 15-th gv.msp in conjunction with the 138-th gv.omssbr tried to reach the outskirts of Urus-Martan.

In March, the 2000 of the year, the regiment stood under Chateau.

By decision of the United Group Command, in April 2000, the 15-th gv.msp was transferred through Ingushetia to the south of the Argun gorge, where the situation was exacerbated at that time.

Forgotten Regiment


From 20 September 1999 to March 2001, the regiment personnel went from Mozdok to Vedeno. Guardsmen fought on the Terek Range, liberated Lermontov-Yurt, Chernoreche, Dachu-Borzoy, Shatoi, Alkhan-Yurt. Victories were not easy, the regiment lost 111 people in a year and a half of fighting.

A total of about six hundred people in the regiment were awarded orders and medals. Of these, 261 man is the Order of Courage.

On the basis of the directive of the Moscow Military District Headquarters from 2 in March, the 2001 division of the 15 Guards Motorized Rifle Regiment, leaving the reinforced battalion tactical group consisting of 800 men as part of the UGV, returned to the point of permanent deployment. By 27 March 2001, the point of permanent deployment of profits 400 people.

The reinforced battalion tactical group occupied positions south of Kurchaloy.
September 28 2001 to replace the enhanced BTGr 15-th Guards. The MSP arrived reinforced by the BTGr 6 th gv.msp 10 th gd.td 20 th GW OO MBO. Equipment and weapons BTGr 15-th Guards. MSP transferred to 6-th Guards. msp

DISSOLUTIONED TOGETHER WITH 2 OF THE GUARDS OF TAMAN MSD immediately after the PARADE OF THE VICTORY 14-15 of May 2009 of the year ... ..

Sources:
“Tamanskaya Guards” (A.F. Terekhov, M.P. Skirdo, A.K. Mironov), Voenizdat, different editions of 1972, 1981, 1990),
Internet (from everywhere little by little, the main material of A. Zhukov),
"Soviet Guard" (V.V. Amelchenko, DOSAAF USSR, 1981) and some others
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  1. Uruska
    Uruska 24 December 2012 12: 45
    +1
    And about participating in the coup - not a word ... forgot ...
  2. Gadfly
    Gadfly 24 December 2012 12: 48
    +4
    "FORMED TOGETHER WITH THE 2 GUARDS TAMAN MRD immediately after the VICTORY PARADE on May 14-15, 2009 ... .."

    Still, they did it in vain ... It is worth observing the glorious traditions of the heroic past, educating the young generation on them. Who needs an impersonal mass of soldiers crammed into units that differ only in numbers ???
  3. omsbon
    omsbon 24 December 2012 13: 25
    +1
    Stsuka Serdyukov, damned stool.
    The army should be proud of its traditions, but dummies from scratch are obtained!
  4. igordok
    igordok 24 December 2012 13: 32
    0
    Just thank you!
  5. wandlitz
    wandlitz 24 December 2012 17: 55
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    And I heard in the television box that they were dreaming of reviving the Semenovsky regiment. It is incomprehensible that something is happening ...
  6. vladimirZ
    vladimirZ 24 December 2012 18: 09
    +2
    A holy place is never empty. But now Putin has declared that he will restore the traditions of the heroic tsarist past — the Preobrazhensky and Semenovsky regiments. A change of ideals carries a concrete change of form.
  7. ZAMnoTEX
    ZAMnoTEX 4 August 2013 23: 39
    0
    Thank you so much for the article! He himself served in this regiment. It was interesting to read his story.
  8. alone
    alone 4 August 2013 23: 46
    +2
    On May 27, 1943, the machine gun crew of the Guard of Junior Sergeant Kuliev participated in the battle to break through the Blue Line in the area of ​​the Horishny farm in the Crimean region of the Krasnodar Territory. Having knocked out the enemy from the village, the unit was fixed on the reached line. The Nazis at all costs wanted to regain lost ground. During the day, they launched 9 counterattacks, accompanied by tanks, supported by strong artillery and mortar fire. Machine gun crew Kuliev courageously and skillfully reflected the onslaught of the Germans, steadfastly kept on a busy line. Wave after wave, with assault rifles at the ready, drunken fascists attacked. A gunner was killed by a fragment of a torn mine, and then his assistant. Kuliev himself lay down behind a machine gun. In long bursts he mowed down the Nazis.
    The 5th enemy counterattack was repelled. Behind her was the 6th, 7th ... During the 8th bullet, Kuliev was wounded in the face. Blood filled my eyes, but the brave warrior did not let go of the machine gun, continued to smash the enemy. So the 8th, and then the 9th Germans counterattack was repulsed. After the reflection of the last sergeant, they were found lying unconscious, and in this state his hands clung tenaciously to the handle of the machine gun. 167 Nazis paid their lives for trying to get through the position of the Soviet machine gunner. ETERNAL GLORY DIED FOR THE MOTHERLAND! ADVERTISE HEAD
  9. Misha Bushmanov
    Misha Bushmanov 23 December 2019 19: 47
    0
    What is noteworthy, the article was written in 2012, and in 2013 it was re-formed.
  10. Larisa Elagina
    Larisa Elagina 7 February 2020 14: 43
    0
    Tell me, can I find out the circumstances of the death of ml. sergeant of military unit 73881 Pavel Valerievich Fitisov (died October 18.10.1999, XNUMX) Information is needed for the memory book.
    1. Yrsh.2008
      26 March 2020 21: 22
      0
      originally from Gatchina, Leningrad Region. served in rmo?
      1. Larisa Elagina
        Larisa Elagina 14 July 2020 14: 53
        0
        Hello Sergey. I am writing to you again. Yes. Pavel Fitisov is from Gatchina (or rather from the village of Bolshiye Kolpany, Gatchinsky District, Leningrad Region). First there was a "training" (military unit 43169 in the city of Podolsk). Then, military unit 73881 (stationed in the village of Kalininets, Naro-Fominsk district, Moscow region). What do you know about him? Write please. Human qualities, funny moments, personal impressions. Everything is interesting to us. We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for responding.
        1. AndrejSOKOL
          AndrejSOKOL 18 June 2022 09: 02
          0
          What did they officially tell you?