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Ulyanovsk’s heroes in the Second World War
Aleksei Naganov He died defensing the Brest Fortress in the early days of the war.
Hero of the Soviet Union Dmitry Lavrinenko A graduate of the Ulyanovsk Tank School. The only Red Army tanker who personally destroyed 52 enemy tanks. Died near Moscow in December 18, 1941
The leaflet describing the feat of D.Lavrinenko, published in February, 1942.
Twice hero of the Soviet Union Ivan Polbin A pilot-bomber, a sniper. Died near the Polish town Wroclaw on the 11th of February, 1945.
Oleg Kilgovatov A pilot-fighter. He was killed in the battle for the city Dzhankoi (Crimea) in 1944.
Hero of the Soviet Union Vladimir Hazov A graduate of the Ulyanovsk Tank School named after Lenin. Died in Stalingrad in 1942. He was buried on Mamaev Barrow.
The grave tomb of Hazov
Dmitry Petrakov Died during the liberation of Orel in 1943.
“A Soldier Field”was made as a monument to the battle near Stalingrad (Volgograd).
An Obelisk at the Soldier Field near Stalingrad. There is Petrakov’s letter to his daughter on the pedestal.
Hero of the Soviet Union Alexander Horovetz A fighter pilot. The only pilot in the world who brought down 9 enemy planes in the air fight.He died in 1943 in the battle of the Kursk Bulge
Hero of the Soviet Union Peter Golichenkov He was the best sniper of the Leningrad Front. Since September 15, 1941 till December 1, 1943 he killed 225 fascists and 23 fascist snipers.
Hero of the Soviet Union Vladimir Deev He was killed during the liberation of Estonia in 1944.
Hero of the Soviet Union Fyodor Mikhailov The leader of the underground work in the Ukraine. He was executed by the Nazis in August 1942.
Maria Musorova A doctor. A prisoner of the Ortelsburg camp. (Easten Prussia) She was murdered by fascists in 1944.
Conclusion: Only 106000 Ulyanovsk’s citizens came back to their native town after the Second World War. 120000 soldiers fell in battle and lost unknown. We must remember them! Resaurces: 1. Memory Book of the 2nd World War 2. Extracts from newspaper articles “Ulyanovsk today” February 11-17, 2000 3. Articles by Galina Velichkina ,head of the department of educational programs of the Ulyanovsk regional museum 4. Wikipedia Thank you very much for your attention.
Презентация подготовлена учителем английского языка МБОУ гимназии №30 Королевой О.Ю и учителем истории МБОУ СОШ №58 Королевым А.П. г.Ульяновск
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In the battle for Stalingrad he destroyed 22 fascists tanks. For this heroic deed he was awarded to the title of Hero of the Soviet Union. In autumn 1942 Vladimir Hazov was killed. He got serious wounds in one of the battles.
PETRAKOV.During the Stalingrad’s battle Petrakov’s battalion was storming the height. Petrakov caused a fire of fascists on himself and it helped soldiers to win the battle. Dmitry got a terrible contusion. In the hospital he wrote the letter to his wife and little daughter Mila: “My black-eyed Mila! I’m sending you a cornflower. Can you imagine – there was a fight, enemy’s projectiles were bursting, funnels were everywhere but a flower was growing … And then another explosion… the cornflower was plucked. I took it and put in my pocket…“ Petrakov was killed in summer 1943, when he raised soldiers to an attack and they rushed into the suburbs of Orel. The fortune of this letter was unusual. To the Thirtieth anniversary of the victory on the field near Volgograd an Obelisk was made– the girl holding a cornflower in her hands. The monument was created as a soldier’s letter-triangle, which was written by Petrakov to his “black-eyed Mila”. HOROVETZ. In summer 1942 Alexander as a part of a flight army was fighting in the Kursk Bulge. He was combating desperately and for 4 days he destroyed 7 enemy planes. On the 6th of June 1943 he attacked enemy planes, Horowitz was the only one against twenty fascists. It was impossible to stay alive. So June 6, 1943 was the last day in his life. September 28, 1943 lieutenant Horovetz was rewarded with the title of Hero of the Soviet Union. MUSOROVA. Maria was born in Melikess (Now Dmitrovgrad). She graduated from Kuybyshev Medical Institute. Maria went to war as a volunteer. In 1942 she was taken prisoner and got into Ortelsburg camp. Musorova worked in a camp’s hospital and she helped prisoners a lot: she was treating wounds and even gave her blood to them. She was killed by the death injection for her sincere and great help to convicts.