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Soviet Order of the Red Banner Duplicate #94248



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Researched Soviet Order of the Red Banner Duplicate #94248


Awarded to Captain Pyotr Nikolayevich Busygin (Петр Николаевич Бусыгин)

For personally destroying 2 antiaircraft guns, 4 mortars, 2 vehicles, 1 light machine gun, and a platoon of infantry!

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Made of solid silver and enamels. Measures 44.98 mm in height and 36.43 mm in width. It weighs 25.3 gram. The serial number and mint mark are located at the 6 o'clock position of its reverse.

This original Duplicate Order of the Red Banner is in a great, well above average condition. The details are crisp and the enamel only shows a small flake on the lower banner. The gold plating is also present and the reverse is in perfect condition with no dings or scratches. The old serial number has been erased and a new number was re-engraved by the mint. This was done in a very distinctive recognizable style. The connection ring has been cut and the double sided steel suspension is time period to the award.

Duplicates were (rarely) given to awardees who lost their award due to exceptional circumstances beyond their control like combat or natural disasters.

Brief, concrete description of his feat of arms or achievements:

"Captain Busygin skillfully organized and personally led the tanks to the Brigade’s right flank. During an enemy attack he led the group of tanks at night and across roadless terrain to the village of Temeniki. At this time the enemy, some two battalions strong and supported by tanks and self-propelled guns, launched a counterattack in an attempt to retake the towns captured by our unit.

Having skillfully organized the tank group’s defenses, the fought off 4 enemy counterattacks and then put together a counterattack. In one rapid, sudden strike he drove the enemy out of the villages of Zhukovo and Ozerki. During these engagements he displayed personal heroism and resourcefulness, personally destroying 2 antiaircraft guns, 4 mortars, 2 vehicles, 1 light machine gun, and up to a platoon of infantry."


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