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Documents, Awards and Other Personal Items of Soviet VIPs

Letter to Stalin from Entire Personnel of 18th Army, signed by 37,658 EM, NCO, officers & generals w. Leonid Brezhnev's signature among them, dated February 23, 1944. Unique one-of-a-kind document! Good condition.

Large Deluxe Folder w. Portrait & Greetings to Air Force Marshal A. Koldunov presented on his 60th Birthday. Beautiful and Unique piece in papier-māché w. wood veneer, inlaid lithographic portrait, ornamentation, & engraved text. 1983. VG condition.

Group of 2 60th Birthday Greetings to AF Marshal Koldunov, 1983. Good to VG condition.

Certificate for the Marshal Star and the Rank of Supreme Marshal of Air Force, with original case of issue Awarded in 1984 to Aleksandr Koldunov, the eighth highest scoring Soviet fighter ace of WW2, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, and supreme commander of the Soviet Air Defense in the late 70s through late 80s.

V-Day Greetings to Marshal of the Soviet Union Konev, 1972. From veterans of the 1st Ukrainian Front which Konev commanded in the Battle of Berlin. VG condition.

Greetings to Marshal of the Soviet Union Konev on his 75th birthday, 1972, from Col. Gen. Shkadov, Chief of Personnel, Ministry of Defense, future general of the army. EXC condition.

Military photo ID of Marshal of the Soviet Union Andrey Yeremenko, Inspector General for the Ministry of Defense of the USSR. Issued on 21 April 1958, hand- signed and dated by Marshal Malinovsky, Defense Minister of the Soviet Union.

Deluxe leather-bound, gold stamped 1967 "Fiftieth Anniversary of the Great October Revolution" address book once belonging to Marshal of the Soviet Union Andrey Yeremenko. Filled with interesting notations (such as his plans for a speech) and a wide variety of personal telephone numbers (Brehznev, Bulganin, Zhukov, the Minister of Culture [Ekaterina Furtseva], the head of the French Communist Party, etc., etc.)

Pass to the Kremlin, issued to Col. Gen. Dmitry Yazov, future Minister of Defense, future last Marshal of the Soviet Union ,1984. EXC condition.

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