ORB n°135169, Bondarenko, Radiotelegraph operator.

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ORB n°135169, Bondarenko, Radiotelegraph operator.

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Record card:

Order booklet nr. B-165662

1. Last name: Bondarenko
2. First name and patronymic: Andrei Vladimirovich
3. Military rank: Private First Class
4. Sex: Male
5. Year of birth: 1905
6. Place of birth: Village of Gusarovka, Balakleya District
7. Party membership (since which year): Member of the Communist Party since 1944
8. Education: Elementary
9. Nationality: Ukrainian
10. Since which year in the Red Army: From 1941 to 1945
11. Place of service (name of the unit) and position occupied at the time of the award:
Radiotelegraph operator in the 170th Guards Army Cannon Artillery Regiment, 6th
Army, Southwestern Front
12. Current place of service and position: Electrician at the Novoaleksandrovka Sovkhoz,
Volchansk District
13. Home address of the recipient: Novoaleksandrovka Sovkhoz, Volchansk District
14. List of all awards he received:[/center]
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Signature of the recipient: [signed]

I confirm the correctness of the data and the signature of the awardee (position and signature):

Military commissar of the Volchansk District
Colonel [signed]
July 5, 1947
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Award sheet: Бондаренко, Андреи Владимирович

Award sheet

1. Last name, first name, and patronymic: Bondarenko, Andrei Vladimirovich
2. Rank: Guards Private First Class
3. Position and unit: Radiotelegraph operator in the 43rd Zaporozhe-Odessa Red Banner
Guards Cannon Artillery Brigade
Nominated for: The title of ‘Hero of the Soviet Union’
4. Year of birth: 1905
5. Nationality: Ukrainian
6. Party affiliation: Candidate member of the Communist Party
7. Service in the Civil War, the subsequent combat actions to defend the USSR, and the
Patriotic War (where and when): In the Patriotic War since July 1941, serving on the
Southwestern, Stalingrad, Don, 3rd Ukrainian, and 1st Belorussian Fronts
8. Wounds and contusions received during the Patriotic War: No
9. Since when in the Red Army: Since June 1941
10. Drafted by which military commissariat: Military Commissariat of the Volchansk
District, Kharkov Province
11. Previous awards (for which achievements): Medal for Courage by Order of the 170th
Guards Red Banner Cannon Artillery Regiment nr. 10/N of October 10, 1943; Medal for
Courage by Order of the 170th Guards Red Banner Cannon Artillery Regiment nr.
019/N of March 30, 1944; and the Medal for the Defense of Stalingrad
12. Permanent home address: _______________

Brief, concrete description of his feat of arms or achievements:

Comrade Bondarenko is an excellent radiotelegraph operator who knowns no fear in
battle.
On August 1, 1944 comrade Bondarenko, along with his radio transceiver and the
battalion commander, was among the first riflemen to start crossing the Vistula River.
He crossed over to the western river bank and with his radio transceiver he provided his
commander with excellent radio communications, enabling him to direct the battalion’s
artillery fire. Under ceaseless rifle, machine-gun, artillery, and mortar fire and aerial
bombardment comrade Bondarenko throughout the day enabled the battalion to bring
down fire onto the enemy strong points and firing positions, as a result of which our
units were able to firmly consolidate their positions on the western bank of the Vistula
River. During this day of intense fighting the battalion, owing to comrade Bondarenko’s
bravery, warded off all enemy attempts to push our units into the river, suppressing 4
artillery batteries and 2 separate guns, fighting off 2 large-scale counterattacks by
infantry and tanks, and dispersing and partially destroying up to a battalion of enemy
infantry.
For the valor and bravery he displayed in combat during the Vistula River crossing, he
deserves to be granted the title of
"Hero of the Soviet Union".

Commanding officer of the 43rd Zaporozhe-Odessa Red Banner Guards Cannon
Artillery Brigade
Guards Colonel [signed] Kobrin
August 8, 1944

He deserves the Order of the Red Banner (typed across pre-typed ‘title of "Hero of the Soviet Union’’).
Artillery commander of the 8th Guards Army
Guards Lieutenant General of the Artillery [signed] Pozharsky
August 15, 1944

He deserves to be granted the title of "Hero of the Soviet Union".
Commanding officer
of the 8th Guards Army
Guards Colonel General
V. Chuikov

Member of the Army’s
Military Council
Guards Major General
Pronin
August …, 1944

Awarded the Order of the Red Banner by Order of the 8th Guards Army nr. 323/N of September 3, 1944.
For the chief of the 2nd Section
Guards Captain of the Administrative Service [signed] Zinin
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Re: ORB n°135169, Bondarenko, Radiotelegraph operator.

Messaggio da GC* » mar nov 13, 2018 11:17 am

La data riportata in questa assegnazione è di eccezionale importanza!
Vabbeh, innanzitutto il primo agosto è il mio compleanno.. [255
Ma il primo agosto del '44 è la data ufficiale di inizio dell'Insurrezione del ghetto di Varsavia..

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Re: ORB n°135169, Bondarenko, Radiotelegraph operator.

Messaggio da SergioV » mer gen 09, 2019 9:58 pm

Bella ricerca Filo [278
meritava la stella da eroe..
Кто к нам с мечом придет тот от меча и погибнет

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