MANNANOV SHOKIR FATIXOVICH
sergeant, a participant in World War II Full cavalier of the Order of Glory (02.22.1945)
He was born on October 1, 1917 in the village of Kiyaukovo, now Ishimbay district of Bashkiria, into a peasant family. Bashkir. Graduated from grade 4. He worked as a driver, a projectionist.
He was drafted into the Red Army in 1941 by the Shafrikan district military commissariat of the Bukhara region. At the front of World War II since february 1942.
He fought near Moscow, on the Don, Belorussian, 1st Belorussian fronts. He was a signalman, then became an artilleryman, gunnery commander of the 76 mm gun of the 1030th rifle regiment (260th rifle division, 11th army, Belorussian front) in early December 1943 in the battle for the village of Zolotoy Rog in the Gomel region of Belarus, when reflected the enemy’s counterattack destroyed two machine guns and up to fifteen Nazis. In a subsequent offensive, he destroyed about ten enemy soldiers.
By order of the 260 rifle division of December 6, 1943, Sergeant Mannanov Shakir Fatikhovich was awarded the Order of Glory of the 3rd degree.
In the battles for the southern outskirts of Kovel, on March 21 and 22, 1944 he supported rifle companies, destroyed 3 easel machine guns, set fire to 2 houses with the Germans there. March 31, 1944 in the battle for the north-eastern outskirts of the city of Kovel cut off the enemy infantry from tanks, where he destroyed 12 enemy soldiers.
By order of the 260 rifle division of April 13, 1944, Sergeant Mannanov Shakir Fatikhovich was awarded the Order of Glory of the 3rd degree (repeatedly).
In early July 1944, in a battle for the city of Kovel in the Volyn region of Ukraine, he broke an enemy bunker, crushed two machine-gun points and eliminated over enemy troops.
By order of the 47th Army on September 5, 1944, Sergeant Mannanov Shakir Fatikhovich was awarded the Order of Glory of the 2nd degree.
September 21, 1944 in the battle for the Polish village, being part of the artillery battery, eliminated two machine guns, a bunker and up to fifteen Nazi soldiers.
By decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of February 22, 1945, “For the exemplary performance of command missions at the front of the struggle against the German invaders and the courage and heroism shown”, Sergeant Mannanov Shakir Fatikhovich was awarded the Order of Glory of the 1st degree.
After the war, demobilized. He returned to his native village. In 1954, the family moved to the Sterlitamak state farm of the Sterlitamak district of Bashkiria,
Since 1972, retired. Died April 23, 1973. Buried in the village of North.