Zaida's Red Army Hero Grandfather
My grandfather Baidrahmanov Permahambet Sabitovich was born in 1911 in the village Karatal of area Prishimskogo of the North-Kazakhstan area in a family of poor men. His father Sabit died in 1934 since my grandfather went to an elementary rural school. Though the time was hard and the family were in need, despite that he wanted to study so much that he went to the village Bogolyubovo. There he entered in a Russian seven-years school, which he had successfully finished in 1927.
After there with a certificate about seven-years education, he went on to the city of Petropavlovsk and entered in the pedagogical school. In 1930 by direction of a department of formation he went to the area of Presnovskin a village Ortalyk. Up to 12 yearsbeforeleaving for the Front, he worked as the teacher in villages of Ortalyk, Berlyk and Zhargainareas. According to him, he was a very strict, fair and creative teacher.
In May of 1941, my grandfather was called to the army and directed to the city of Gorki on intensive courses for political workers. Having finished study in October of the same year, he was directed to the Baltic front as the assistant to the commander company on watered-parts 50-th shelf.Considering bravery, courage and other positive qualities, the command he was directed an infantry school where he wastraining from 1943 until 1944. At the end of the study he was appointed commander of the shooting platoon 177 –th Kishinev Guards a shelf of 60-th Red Army divisions of 5-th shock army ofthe first Belarus front. To serve in the elite troop of the Red Army was honorable and very responsible.
In 1957, he was selected as the secretary of the party organization and he worked there some years. One advantage his work had always been established in the Front. His fighting awards were Gold Star of the Hero, Lenin’s award for Fighting Difference on Front also a medal for Victory over Germany.His personal feat in January 14-th in 1945 at break of long term defense of the opponent in area of Bada.My grandfather, during artillery preparation, had advanced the platoon to a German mine field. As soon as his artillery had transferred fire of defense of the enemy, he wired obstacles carrying away for fighters. In suburb of Bady, my grandfather with a platoon blocked the enemy, he had destroyed pomegranates one machine-gun and he had provided promation of his infantry.
In my opinion we shouldn’t ever have the right to forget about the severe years for all our people. Certainly the traces of the war on the ground didn’t remain, but they were kept in our hearts, in memory of our brave grandparents and ancestors.