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Soviet Order of Alexander Nevsky #29522 with document



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Awarded to Lieutenant Ivan Ivanovich Moiseyenko (Иван Иванович Моисеенко)


For exceptional bravery and courage and for successfully destroying enemy firing positions



This order of Alexander Nevsky us made of solid silver and enamels. Measures 51.07 mm in height and 49.31 mm in width. It weighs 38.87 gram. The serial number and the mint mark Monetni Dvor are located at the 6 o’clock position underneath the screw. The document mentions the order of Nevsky next to an order of the Red Star and an order of the Patriotic War.

This original order of Alexander Nevsky is in great condition with most details visible. Only the higher laying parts on Nevsky’s helmet shows some light wear. The red enamel is problem free apart from a small chip on the very end of the 3 o’clock ray of the red star. The gold plating on the wreath, sword and arrows is mostly present as is the gilt on the pollaxes. There are no repairs and the screwpost has not been shortened. It comes with its time period silver screwplate.



Short Description of his feat of arms or achievements:

“During the fighting for the town of Sypnevo-Folvark the enemy put up stiff resistance. Firing his machine guns and artillery pieces over open sights, the enemy prevented our infantry from pushing forward. In order to destroy the firing positions Lieutenant Moiseyenko was given orders to proceed to fire over open sights. Lieutenant Moiseyenko pushed two guns a distance of 150 meters, through the ranks of our infantry, and opened fire. It took two shells to destroy an enemy heavy machine gun. The enemy brought down vicious mortar and artillery fire onto Lieutenant Moiseyenko’s guns and the entire crew of the second gun was taken out of action. Risking his life, Lieutenant Moiseyenko, surrounded by exploding mortar and artillery shells, fearlessly took up position behind the panoramic sight and opened fire at an enemy gun. After five shells he had destroyed it. Thereupon he suppressed a heavy machine gun, which completely enabled our infantry to advance unimpeded, along with enabling the capture of the village of Sypnevo-Folvark.

For his exceptional bravery and courage and for successfully destroying enemy firing positions, he deserves the Order of the Red Banner.

Commanding officer of the 500th Artillery Regiment
Major [signed] /Korolyov/February 1, 1945

He deserves the Order of Alexander Nevsky.

Acting artillery commander of the 199th Smolensk Red Banner Order of Suvorov Rifle Division
Guards Lieutenant Colonel [signed] /Khrapunov/February 9, 1945

He deserves the Order of Alexander Nevsky.

Commanding officer of the 199th Smolensk Red Banner Order of Suvorov Rifle Division

Major General [signed] /M. Kononenko/February 11, 1945”



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