Gratitude to Golovkin Evgeny Pavlovich for conscientious work during an artillery battle

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Gratitude to Golovkin Evgeny Pavlovich for conscientious work during an artillery battle. - January 14, 1944. -1 sheet: il .. -
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Sailor Comrade. Ye. P. Golovkin for conscientious work during an artillery battle on January 14, 1944, I express my thanks. At the end of the text - the signature of the commander of the captain (inaudible), there is a seal: USSR NKVMF, 1st century-sea. zheleznod. art. Krasnoselsk. br. CBF. Gratitude is a sheet of thick paper, in the center there is a photo of Golovkin E.P. Text is handwritten. - Golovkin Evgeny Pavlovich (1924-1987) during the years of the Great Patriotic War fought on the Leningrad front. From September 1941 to June 1945 - Guard sergeant 1 article, commander of the 19th Battery Division of the 1st Guards Naval Railway Artillery of the Krasnoselskaya Red Banner Brigade of the Baltic Fleet, member of the Königsberg assault. He was awarded the medals "For Military Merit", "For the capture of Koenigsberg", "For the Defense of Leningrad", "For the Victory over Germany", "For Valiant Labor", the Order "Badge of Honor" and other state awards. After the war, he worked in the prosecution authorities (1949-1984) as the head of the department for supervision of the investigation and inquiry in the bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Senior Counselor of Justice. Honorary Worker of the USSR Prosecutor's Office. Used materials from the publication: Raikov G.P. The Prosecutor's Office of Russia from century to century: from the St. Petersburg province to our days. SPb .: Alaborg, 2012. .
I. Golovkin, Yevgeny Pavlovich (1924-1987) .1. Golovkin, Evgeny Pavlovich (1924-1987) - Documents and materials. 2. The memory of the Great Victory (collection). 3. The people (collection). 4. Russia in the faces (collection). 5. Great Patriotic War - Heroes and Heroism - Leningrad Region - 1941-1945 - Documents and materials.
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