Great Patriotic War veteran Taky Khismatullin in his house in the village of Akbasheva, Argayashsky District of the Chelyabinsk Region. In 1942, he left to the front as a volunteer. Being a staff sergeant and commander of a riflemen unit, he fought at the 1st Ukrainian front. Took part int he liberation of Kiev, crossed the Dnieper River. On the day of victory he was in Budapest. Taky was awarded with the Great Patriotic War Order, 2nd rank, the medals For Courage, For the Liberation of Budapest, For the Victory over Nazi Germany in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War, and the Zhukov Medal.
|Categories:||Unrest, Conflicts & War, Lifestyle & Leisure|
|Feature:||Great Patriotic War veteran Taky Khismatullin|
|Location:||Chelyabinsk Region, Russia|
|Keywords:||Victory Day, landscape, horizontal, May 9|