Russia WWII Order of Glory 3rd class With Research

Russia WWII Order of Glory 3rd class With Research

Russia WWII Order of Glory 3rd class With Research

 

 

The Order of Glory, modelled closely upon the Tsarist Cross of St. George, was awarded to non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the armed forces, as well as junior lieutenants of the air force, for bravery in the face of the enemy. A person initially received the third degree, and would subsequently be promoted to higher degrees for further acts of bravery.

 

 

Awarded to Private Tsjvetkov Leonid Nikolaevich. November 25, 1941. Tsjvetkov was Born in 1910, Nationality Russian
In Red Army from 11.1941 in the 450th Rifle Regiment Leningrad Front.

 

Most details are well visible. Made of solid silver and weighs 29 gram. The order is in good condition with all details present.

 

This is what we find in the Russian military archives about this order:

 

"In the battles of the Leningrad Front in the area of Dubrovka 1941, he was wounded in his left arm and left leg. As a result of the wound, his left leg was amputated. He is an invalid of the 2nd group war."

 

A small price for loosing a leg!!



110.00€

Russia WWII Order of Glory 3rd class With Research
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