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    Battle of STALINGRAD
    $3,950.00 Large 35 " x 27 " STADTPLAN von STALINGRAD, City Map of Stalingrad, Wehrmacht situational map dated 19 October [1942]. Units involved are identified and their known positions as of that date are marked in red and blue pencil. A rare and incredible WW2 document.

    $115.00 Medal for the Defense of Stalingrad, Variation 1, 1940s. Excellent example on original suspension.

    $85.00 Medal for the Defense of Stalingrad, Var. 1, 1940s. In very fine to excellent condition. Comes on original suspension.

    $150.00 Award Document for a Defense of Stalingrad Medal, awarded in July 1943 to a female Captain in a fighter air regiment. The recipient was in charge of the Chemical Warfare department of the regiment and was also involved with "operational work". A highly unusual early issue to a female combatant!

    $125.00 Award Document for a Defense of Stalingrad Medal, October 1943 issue to a Private in a tank brigade. His unit was a part of the mobile armored force that seized Kalach-on-Don and sealed the fate of the German 6th Army in Stalingrad.

    $75.00 Award Document for a Defense of Stalingrad Medal, November 1945 issue to a railroad construction engineer.

    $120.00 Award Document for a Defense of Stalingrad Medal, issued in September 1943 to the chief signals of a regiment of SB bombers and Pe-2 dive bombers. Beside the battle for Stalingrad, he also took part in the battle of Kursk. During the same month of September, he was awarded with an Order of the Red Star as a cumulative decoration for distinction at Stalingrad and Kursk and for flying five combat missions (a photocopy of the award commendation is included). The award document is in good to very good condition.

    $80.00 Award Document for a Defense of Stalingrad Medal, issued in February 1950. A fairly uncommon late issue to an active duty officer, apparently in the Air Force. Another unusual feature of this certificate is two unit stamps (nearly all other documents of this type show only one). In excellent condition.

    $7,300.00 Complete Documented Group of Six Decorations to a Combat Engineer. Among the awards are Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky, 3rd cl., Type 1, #714 (bestowed on 6 November 1943, this is one of the very first issues of this order); Order of the Patriotic War 1st cl. on original Type 1 suspension, an early Order of the Red Star earned at Stalingrad, and an Order of the Red Banner. The award commendation for the Red Star specifically states that he distinguished himself in clearing paths in the enemy minefields during the liquidation of the Nazi troops surrounded in Stalingrad. The Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky was awarded for building pontoon bridges over the Dnieper River under enemy fire and personally commanding the crossing by two rifle corps in October 1943. This extremely interesting group comes with the order booklet containing a photo of the recipient as well as copies of award commendations for the four WW2 decorations (none of which are for length of service).

    $75.00 "Calendar of Notable Events, 76th 'Chernigov' Guards Rifle Division", circa 1945.

    $15.00 Soviet Information Bureau Daily War Communique, Soviet Stalingrad counteroffensive.

    $125.00 Citation to a decorated Combat Engineers Captain for participating in the liquidation of the enemy troops in the Stalingrad cauldron. Issued at the end or immediately after the war, this unit citation is of larger format than most and features very detailed artwork depicting Soviet combat engineers in action. Shows a stamp of very illustrious mountain combat engineers battalion. In excellent condition. Includes copies of the recipient's recommendations for three wartime orders - including a Red Star earned in Stalingrad - and a copy of large format post-war photograph in which he is shown wearing his decorations.

    $450.00 Trench Periscope (or "Scout Periscope") as used by forward observers and sniper teams to enable them to see without being seen. Undated model with early issue hard carrying case - probable arsenal rework of a wartime 'scope; very clean 4x optics with scale grid.

    $25.00 WW 2 Mosin-Nagant bayonet, Soviet-made, 1930s, EXCELLENT CONDITION. Often the only weapon available to the ill-supplied Soviet infantryman.

    $80.00 "Great October 60 Years," 4 ", 1977, porcelain medal commemorates the simultaneous anniversaries of the 1917 October Revolution and the famous Orshanskiy Fighter Air Regiment.

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