KHUSAINOV KHURMAT KHAMZAYEVICH
corporal, a participant in World War II, Full holder of the Order of Glory (May 15, 1946)
He was born on March 10, 1920 in the village of Yalchikayevo, Kuyurgazinsky district of Bashkortostan in a working class family. Bashkir. In 1944 he graduated from the 7th grade. Moved to Chernikovsk (now Ordzhonikidze and Kalinin districts of Ufa – the capital of Bashkortostan). He worked as a mechanic in an engine factory.
On October 23, 1940, he was drafted into the Red Army by the Stalin Regional Military Commissariat in Ufa, Bashkortostan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. Sent to training battalion.
From October 1942 he served in the 53rd Infantry Regiment of the 300th Infantry Division as a group commander in the battles near Stalingrad. He was wounded in battles near the city of Taganrog. After treatment, he returned to the front and took part in the battles for the liberation of Donetsk, Makeyevka, Melitopol. He fought in Perekop and crossed the Sivash River. He took part in the liberation of the Polish cities of Warsaw and Lublin Poznan as part of the 1st Belorussian Front.
Participates in the storming of the German capital – Berlin. senior sergeant H.Khusainov, Commander of the Artillery Regiment of the 435th Fighter-Tank Artillery Regiment (8th Fighter-Tank Artillery Brigade, 69th Army, 1st Belorussian Front) on August 20, 1944 near the Polish town of Pulavi in expansion destroys the enemy’s anti-tank artillery and machine gun firing point, allowing the artillery units to move forward successfully.
By the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of September 22, 1944, Senior Sergeant Khusainov Khurmat Khamzeevich was awarded the Order of “Glory” III degree “for exemplary performance of combat orders and tasks of the command in battles with Nazi invaders.”
On January 14, 1945, Sergeant Khusainov destroyed an observation post (KP) and more than a dozen enemy soldiers near the village of Lavetsko-Nove, ten and a half kilometers southeast of Pulavey (Poland). In battles near the Polish city of Poznan, a skilled artilleryman from an open position fires mortar fire and a platoon of soldiers.
By the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of March 8, 1945, sergeant Khusainov Khurmat Khamzeevich was awarded the Order of “Glory” of the II degree “for exemplary performance of combat orders and tasks by the command in the battles against Nazi invaders.”
On April 17, 1945, on the western outskirts of Lebus, Germany, Sergeant Hurmat Khusainov destroyed an anti-tank gun, two machine gun points, and about a dozen German soldiers with artillery fire.
By the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of May 15, 1946, Sergeant Khusainov Khurmat Khamzeevich was awarded the Order of “Glory” of the 1st degree “For exemplary performance of the command’s combat missions in the fight against the Nazi invaders on the front, and for the courage and heroism shown”.
In June 1946, Sergeant Khusainov was released from the reserve. He returned to Bashkortostan. He moved to the Garm region of Tajikistan in 1948 and worked as a military instructor in Garm.
He lived in Samarkand since 1953. He worked as a mechanic at the Samarkand Automobile Repair Plant №3.
He died on March 10, 2002.