sergeant, World War II participant Hero of the Soviet Union (11/17/1943)

He was born on September 28, 1917 in the village of Bobomirzo (now the village of Fedchenko, Kuva district, Ferghana region). Uzbek.
He graduated from 10 classes and accounting courses. He worked as an accountant in general education.
In the Red Army since 1939. On the fronts of World War II since July 1941.
Sergeant Khasanov, a battery mortarer of the 195th mountain-mortar regiment, was among the first to land on November 1, 1943 on the Kerch Peninsula near the village of Eltigen. Replaced the dead gunner anti-tank guns. In the very first counterattack of the enemies, he destroyed by artillery two tanks and killed the infantrymen attacking under their cover with machine gun fire. When repelling the next counterattack with grenades, another tank was disabled.
In the first five days of fighting alone, Sergeant Khasanov personally blew up two bunkers, disabled 3 tanks and destroyed more than 80 opponents.
By a decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of November 17, 1943 “For Courageous and Heroism”, Sergeant Khasanov Muidin Yunusovich was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union.
After the war, demobilized. He worked on a collective farm.He died on October 4, 1947 in Tashkent.
He was buried in the garden of the collective farm named after Engels of the Kuva district of the Ferghana region.