Great Patriotic War veteran Taky Khismatullin at home in Akhbasheva village in Argayashsky District of the Chelyabinsk Region. In 1942, he volunteered for the frontline. Senior Sergeant and submachine gunners company commander, he fought with the 1st Ukrainian Front, liberating Kiev and forcing a crossing over the Dnieper. Victory reached him in Budapest. Recipient of the Order of the Great Patriotic War (2nd degree) and medals For Courage, For the Capture of Budapest, For the Victory Over Germany in the Great Patriotic War 1941–1945 and The Medal of Zhukov.
|Categories:||Unrest, Conflicts & War, Lifestyle & Leisure|
|Feature:||Great Patriotic War veteran Taky Khismatullin|
|Location:||Chelyabinsk Region, Russia|
|Keywords:||victory day, portrait, vertical, May 9|