Курс профессиональной переподготовки
Курс профессиональной переподготовки
Heroes of the Great Patriotic War in honor of whom the streets of Odintsovo were named after
Aims and tasks:
1.To acquaint young inhabitants of Odintsovo with the history of the town and to bring up children to love their motherland
2.Research the history of Odintsovo and the names of its streets
3.Learn the biographies of the famous military men whom the streets of Odintsovo were named after
4.Publish a booklet for educational purposes as an additional source of information in English lessons
The Story of the town name Odintsovo
Aims and Objects
Aims and Objects
street of Marshal Zhukov
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1 December 1896 – 18 June 1974), was a Soviet career officer in the Red Army who, in the course of World War II, played a pivotal role in leading the Red Army drive through much of Eastern Europe to liberate the Soviet Union and other nations from the occupation of the Axis Powers and ultimately, to conquer the capital of Germany itself, Berlin.
Zhukov Georgy Konstantinovich
Amongst many notable generals in World War II, G. K. Zhukov was placed at the top in the respect of number and scale of victories and his talent in operational and strategic command was recognized by many people. His combat achievements became valuable heritages in humanity's military knowledge, exerted great influence on both the Soviet and the whole world's military theory.
street of Marshal Biryuzov
S.S. Biryuzov (August 21, 1904 – October 19, 1964) was a Marshal of the Soviet Union and Chief of the General Staff.
Biryuzov was born in Skopin, in the province of Ryazan. A member of the CPSU since 1926, he joined the Red Army in the 1920s and was steadily promoted to become the commander of a battalion.
Biryuzov commanded this unit for the next three years, a rarity among Soviet generals, especially during World War II–as Soviet generals rarely held command positions for longer than a few months at most.
In April 1943, he was made the Chief of Staff of the Southern Front, where he was a valuable aid to the Southern Front commander, Fyodor Tolbukhin.
On October 19, 1964, Biryuzov was killed in a plane crash on the mount Avala near Belgrade.
Biryuzov Sergey Semyonovich
street of Marshal Krylov
(April 16 , 1903 - February 9, 1972) Born in the village of Galiaevka, now Vishnevoe, Tamala Raion, Penza Oblast; Soviet military commander; marshal of the Soviet Union (1962); twice Hero of the Soviet Union (Apr. 19, 1945, and Sept. 8, 1945). Member of the CPSU from 1927. Son of an office worker.
Krylov entered the Red Army in 1919 and fought in the Civil War on the Southern, Transcaucasian, and Far Eastern fronts as a platoon, company, and battalion commander.
In March 1963, Krylov became commander in chief of the strategic missile forces and deputy minister of defense of the USSR.
He became a member of the Central Committee of the CPSU in 1961; he was a deputy to the third through the eighth convocations of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. He is buried in Red Square at the Kremlin wall.
Krylov Nikolai Ivanovich
street of Marshal Tolubko
Born in the city of Krasnograd, in what is now Kharkov Oblast. Soviet military commander; general of the army (1970). Hero of Socialist Labor (1967). Member of the CPSU since 1939.
The son of a Ukrainian worker, Tolubko joined the Soviet Army in 1932.
During the Great Patriotic War of 1941–45, Tolubko fought on the Leningrad and Kalinin fronts.
Since the war, Tolubko has occupied various positions of command.
He has also received foreign orders and medals.
Tolubko Vladimir Fedorovich
street of Marshal Nedelin
Mitrofan Ivanovich Nedelin (November 9, 1902, Borisoglebsk, Voronezh Oblast — October 24, 1960, Baikonur Cosmodrome) was a Soviet military commander who served as Chief Marshal of Artillery, a position he held from May 8, 1959 until his untimely death. A member of Communist Party from 1924, he was honored as a Hero of the Soviet Union on Apr 28, 1945 for his service in the second world war.
Nedelin joined the Red Army in 1920. In 1945 he became Assistant commanding officer and then commanding officer or the artillery of the Soviet Southern Group of Forcesed Army in 1920. He was Deputy Minister of War in 1952-53, From 1955 he was Deputy Minister of Defence, and concurrently from 1959 Commander in Chief of the Strategic Missile Force.
Nedelin Mitrofan Ivanovich
Street of Govorov
Leonid Aleksandrovich Govorov (22 February 1897 – 19 March 1955) was a Soviet military commander. An artillery officer, he joined the Red Army in 1920. He graduated from several Soviet military academies, including the Military Academy of Red Army General Staff. He participated in the Winter War as a senior artillery officer.
In World War II, Govorov rose to command an army in November 1941 during the Battle of Moscow. He commanded the Leningrad Front from April 1942 to the end of the war. He reached the rank of Marshal of the Soviet Union in 1944, was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union and many other awards
Govorov Leonid Aleksandrovich
How you know the history of Odintsovo.
1. Where is Odintsovo located?
2.What does its name come from?
3.Who were the Odintsovs?
4.Why do the villagers love the boyar Odinets?
5.What did Odinets want to do?
6.Were the houses so unusual for the villagers?
7.Why was the construction interrupted?
Famous Military Men after whom the streets of Odintsovo were named.
1.When were Strategic Missile founded?
2.What is the name of one of the central Odintsovo”s streets?
3.Who was the most successful Russian general?
4.What was Zukov”s first great plan?
5.Who was the fine division commander and led his division personally into battle?
6. Who was awarded four orders of Lenin, the order of the October Revolution four orders of the Red Banner, the Order of Suvorov, the order of Kutuzov?
7. Who in 1972 becаme the commander in Chief of the Strategic rocket force and a deputy minister of Defense of the USSR?
8. Who liberated Hungary?
9. What do you know about our countryman Alexei Yakovlevich Chikin?
10. When was he awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union?
11. Whose army liberated Mozhaisk?
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