sergeant, a participant in World War II, Full holder of the Order of Glory (May 4, 1976)
He was born on April 9, 1924 in the Uzbek village of Urgut district of Samarkand region in a peasant family. Uzbek. Graduated from 6th grade. He moved to Dushanbe (Tajikistan), in 1941 – to the village of Nurek (now Norak in the Khatlon region), then to the village of Orjonikidzebad (now Vahdat) as a cook.
In August 1942 he was drafted into the Red Army by the military commissariat of Faizabad district of Stalinabad region of the Tajik SSR.
On the front since October 1942. He fought on the southwestern Stalingrad front (October 20, 1943 – the 3rd Ukrainian Front) and the 1st Belorussian Front. He took part in the Battle of Stalingrad, the Barvenkovo-Lozovo offensive, the Dnieper, Nikopol-Krivorojskaya, Bereznegovato Snigirevskaya, Odessa, Lublin-Brest, Warsaw-Poznan and Berlin.
On January 27, 1945, during the Warsaw-Poznan offensive, Khasanov fought with a group of spies to capture the village of Schönnernhausen, north of Poznan (now Poland). As the Germans secretly approached the house where the firing point was located, N.Hasanov threw a grenade, as a result of which 5 enemy soldiers were destroyed, and the artillery units were able to move forward quickly and without loss.
On April 10, 1945, by the order of the Commander of the 39th Guards Rifle Division, he was awarded the Order of Glory III degree.
During an offensive in Berlin on April 23, 1945, Khasanov crossed the Spree River near Copenhagen (now Berlin, Germany) as part of a reconnaissance team. In the battle to capture Platsdarm, he destroyed 2 German soldiers and captured 5 others. The scouts repel the enemy’s counterattacks and hold the platsdarm until additional forces arrive.
He was awarded the Order of Glory II degree by the order of the Commander of the 8th Guards Army on June 7, 1945.
On April 29, 1945, N. Khasanov was a member of the intelligence service, clearing the Tempelhof Park in Berlinfrom the enemy. In a battle between enemy infantry and intelligence, Khasanov killed two German soldiers. The surviving Nazis surrender. The company commander presents N.Khasanov with the Order of the Red Star.
He was awarded the Order of Glory II degree by the order of the Commander of the 8th Guards Army on July 11, 1945. Released in March 1947. He lived in the village of Chirtak in Vakhdat district (Tajikistan). He worked on a collective farm.
By the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR dated May 4, 1976, Hasanov Nasim was re-awarded the Order of “Glory” of the 1st degree.