staff sergeant, a participant in World War II, Full cavalier of the Order of Glory (June 7, 1968)
Born on October 23, 1922 in the village of Kunya-Urgench, Kunya-Urgench district, Tashauz region of Turkmenistan, in a working class family. Kazakh.
In the Red Army since 1941. On the fronts of World War II since April 1942. The gunner of the 101st Guards Fighter Anti-Tank Artillery Regiment of the Guard Sergeant Alimbay Amanbaev October 10-15, 1944 in battles in the area of the Polish village of Lesne-Hyliny south-east of Makow, now the city of Makow Mazowiecki, when repulsing an enemy counterattack, fire from a gun two tanks and eliminated two machine guns.
For courage and bravery shown in the battles, on November 23, 1944, guard Sergeant Amanbaev Alimbay was awarded the Order of Glory of the 3rd degree.
The commander of the gun crew of the 101st Guards Fighter-Antitank Artillery Regiment of the Guard, Sergeant Alimbay Amanbaev, on 26 January 1945, when he repelled an enemy counterattack near the city of Wartenburg, burned the tank, eliminated six machine gun points, and exterminated the Hitlerites from personal weapons.
On April 16, 1945, Sergeant Amanbaev Alimbay was awarded the Order of Glory of the 2nd degree.
On April 20, 1945, commander of the gun crew of the 101st Guards Fighter-Anti-Tank Artillery Regiment, guards staff sergeant Alimbay Amanbaev near the city of Greifenhagen, commanding the gunshot crew entrusted to him, incapacitated two machine guns and eliminated up to a dozen enemy soldiers, which helped Oder River and gain a foothold on its left bank. With the expansion of the bridgehead on April 21, 1945, the guard, sergeant Amanbaev, along with the soldiers, destroyed three machine guns before the platoon of enemy soldiers.
On June 2, 1945, the guard sergeant Alimbay Amanbaev was re-awarded the Order of Glory of the 2nd degree.
By decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of June 7, 1968, “For exemplary fulfillment of command assignments in battles with the Nazi invaders”, the staff sergeant of the reserve, Amanbaev Alimbay, was awarded the Order of Glory of the 1st degree.
In 1946, A. Amanbaev was demobilized. Lives in the city of Nukus. Before leaving for a well-deserved rest, he worked as a mechanic in the Office of Mechanized Works. He was awarded the orders of the October Revolution, World War II 1st and 2nd degree, Red Star, Glory 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree, medals.