SHARIPOV NOMON SADULLAYEVICH
lieutenant, a participant in World War II, Full holder of the Order of Glory (June 29, 1945)
He was born on April 4, 1925 in Bukhara in a working class family. Uzbek. In 1940 he graduated from the 7th grade. He was a student of watchmaking and worked in the city’s industrial complex.
At the outbreak of World War II, he came to the military ombudsman 3 times with a request to send him to the front, but was refused because he was too young.
In March 1943 he was drafted into the Red Army by the Bukhara city military commissariat.
He graduated from the Junior Commanders School in the Reserve Regiment, and has been at the front since January 1944. On the Leningrad front, the Pulkovo threshold enters the battle for the first time.
He was seriously wounded on February 2, and after treatment was sent to the 173rd Regiment of the 90th Infantry Division and appointed commander of the machine-gun count.
He fought in this unit until the end of the war. In the summer of 1944 he took part in the Vyborg offensive operation on the Leningrad front. On June 14, 1944, sergeant Sharipov was the first to attack as he broke through the second line of defense of the Finnish army in the village of Kannaksen (northwest of Rivola village, now Roshchino village of Leningrad region).
Using hand-made tools, he crosses the Rayvolan-ya River, passes through wire and mine barriers, breaks into the enemy’s trenches, and destroys 2 handguns and about 10 enemy soldiers.
By the order of the 90th Infantry Division on June 20, 1944, Sergeant Sharipov Nomon Sadullaevich (by order of Sadilayevich) was awarded the Order of Glory 3rd degree.
In the fall of 1944, the division took part in the Tartu offensive operations to liberate Estonia. He was then transferred to the 2nd Belorussian Front and taken to the reserve. In January 1945, he took part in Operation Mlav-Elbing as part of the 2nd Infantry.
In these battles, Sergeant Sharipov was not only the commander of the machine gun count, but also the company commander. On January 15, 1945, in a battle near Paevo-Schwilitsa (southeast of Cixanow, Poland), Sergeant Sharipov fired a machine gun, destroying the enemy’s machine gun and up to 15 German soldiers. In the battle for the village of Konazhevo-Skuzhe on January 16, he destroyed 2 enemy machine guns and up to 20 German soldiers.
Sergeant Sharipov Numan Sadullaevich (by order of Satilovich) was awarded the Order of Glory II degree by the order of the 2nd Army on February 7, 1945.
On February 16, 1945, near the Gross-Zibsau (8 km northwest of Grudziadz, Poland) settlement, which had been fortified, sergeant Sharipov used a machine gun to support the advancing unit, destroying the enemy’s heavy machine gun count. On February 17, in retaliation for the enemy’s counterattack, he killed more than 15 Nazis and destroyed three machine gunners.
Presented for awarding the Order of “Glory” of the 1st degree. He later took part in the liberation of the town of Dansig as part of a regiment and ended the war on the island of Rugen. During the war years he was wounded 3 times and concussed 2 times.
By the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of June 29, 1945, Sergeant Sharipov Numan Sadullaevich (in the order – Naum) was awarded the Order of “Glory” of the I degree.
Released in October 1945. He returned to his hometown. In 1974 he graduated from the Bukhara Cooperative College. He worked in a meat factory. He died on March 23, 1986.