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Honorary Certificate issued in October 1944 by an NKVD Correctional Labor Camp. Awarded for completing the assignment - laying a part of the main track of the Baikal-Amur Railroad - 82 days ahead of schedule. Unusual and colorful artwork features portraits of Stalin and Lenin and a railway train speeding through the forest.
Honorary Certificate issued in August 1939 to the wife of an NKVD Naval Border Guard officer in Leningrad Region. She was given the certificate and a monetary reward for winning first prize in NKVD sports competition. Nice artwork specifically designed for NKVD: shows NKVD Internal Army trooper guarding the industrial installations and NKVD Border Guard on patrol near a border marker. In very good condition.
Honorary Certificate for providing "cultural services" to frontline troops during the Patriotic War, a huge and incredibly ornate bifold document commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Red Army and Navy. A stunning piece in good to very good condition.
Citation to a Sergeant for taking part in the destruction of the German armor southwest of Budapest in March 1945 (breaking the last German offensive of the war on Lake Balaton). Uncommon booklet type certificate, in very good condition.
Unit citation to a combat aviator for taking part in the capture of the port city of Danzig (Gdansk) in March 1945. Vivid artwork depicting Il-4 airplanes raining bombs on a western city.
Citation to a Hero of the Soviet Union, NCO, for breaking through the German defense on the western bank of the Narev River north of Warsaw.
Unit citation to a Hero of the Soviet Union, anti-tank artillery officer, for an offensive at the west bank of the Oder river and capture of Szczecin, the main city of Pomerania.
Honorary Certificate from VLKSM Central Committee, issued to a female WW 2 partisan for "active struggle against German invaders'". High quality hard-covered booklet featuring Stalin's and Lenin's portraits embossed on the cover. Excellent condition.