Group of a Partisan medal 2nd class, Victory over Germany medal and documents

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Group of a Partisan medal 2nd class and a Victory over Germany Medal with documents

 

Awarded to partisan Vladimir Yakovlevich Tyutyukin (Владимир Яковлевич Тютюкин)

 

 

This group consists of the following items:

 

Partisan Medal 2nd class

Made of solid silver. Measures 37.47 mm in height including its eyelet, 32.21 mm in width and weighs 16.1 gram without suspension.

In a decent, about average condition with most details visible and several small dings and scratches. The medal shows a nice patina on both sides and some of the gold plating is still present although most has worn off. Its connection ring has not been cut and the suspension is time period to the medal.

The medal comes with its booklet with all pages present.

 

Medal for Victory over Germany

Made of gilded brass. Measures 37.59 mm in height including its eyelet, 32.20 mm in width and weighs 17.6 gram without suspension.

The medal is in nice condition with most details visible and much gold plating still present. The medal shows several dings and scratches on both sides and its brass suspension is time period to the medal.

The medal comes with its document dated March 13th 1946.

 

Certificate

This paper stated that Tyutyukin was indeed a partisan. Although difficult to read, the main text reads “he was indeed a part of the Kletnya partisan detachment from 15 ??? 19?? till 20.10.1943 on the position as a light machine-gunner.”

 

After being a partisan, Tyutyukin was drafted by the regular army, as there is Order of Glory citation for him from May 1945, where he served as a reconnaissance man in 849 artillery regiment. The interesting combat citation for his Order of Glory does not mention his partisan service but this was far from always mentioned. His Victory Medal document is signed by the commander of the same 849 arty regiment. He lived to get his OPW2 in 1985.

In the picture gallery we have added a picture of the partisan parade on 20 September 1943 in Orel city. Since Tyutyukin  was in the partisan unit until 19 September 1943, he most likely participated in the parade too.

 

More information on Tyutyukin can be find here

 

 

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