Stavropol. Monument-memorial on the burial ground of the general of the army Apanasenko Joseph Rodionovich (1890-1943)

Voronova, Margarita Ivanovna    
Stavropol. Monument-memorial at the burial site of the army general Apanasenko Joseph Rodionovich (1890-1943) [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo] / photo Margarita Voronova. - Electronic data (1 file: 4.2 MB). - Stavropol, May 9, 2010. -
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Photo information is provided by the Stavropol KUNB them. M. Yu. Lermontov. Date and place: Stavropol, 09.05.2010.
The photo shows a monument to the General of the Army Joseph Rodionovich Apanasenko (1890-1943), located on the Fortress Hill in Stavropol. Iosif Rodionovich Apanasenko participated in three wars of Russia. During the First World War, he was awarded the St. George Cross for his distinction during the Brusilov breakthrough. During the Civil War he joined the ranks of the Reds and took part in the Stavropol Workers 'and Peasants' Division. In 1935, for the merits of Joseph Rodionovich in the Civil War, the village of Mitrofanovka was renamed Apanasenkovskoe, and a little later the Divenskiy district became Apanasenkovsky. On the eve of the Great Patriotic War, Apanasenko was given the rank of general. On August 5, 1943, during the Battle of Kursk, Iosif Rodionovich was mortally wounded near Belgorod. He was buried on the Komsomol Hill in Stavropol on August 19, 1943. The author of the monument is the architect A. G. Artsabbashyan .
I. Stavropol State Regional Universal Scientific Library. M. Yu. Lermontov. Apanasenko, Iosif Rodionovich (1891 - 1943). 2. The people (the collection). 3. Memory of the Great Victory (collection). 4. Territory (collection). 5. Territory of Russia: Stavropol Territory (collection). 6. Stavropol Territory: pages of history (collection). 7. The Great Patriotic War - Perpetuation of memory - Stavropol Territory - 1941 - 1945 - Photographs. 8. Documentary photographs.
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BBK 85.136.155 (2Phos-4Sta) i611
E-copy source: Stavropol KUNB
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