(7. 10. 1908 - 18. 5. 1982)
With ergey G. Anokhin, Guard lieutenant colonel, commander of the 33rd Guards Artillery Regiment, 14 Guards Rifle Division, was born Oct. 7, 1908 in g. Balashov, Saratov region. Russian. After Kamyshinsky Agricultural College in 1931 to mobilize the party was sent to artillery school in Sumy. From 1933-1938, he served in positions nachsostava. In 1938, as a battery commander 32 Infantry Division participated in battles against the Japanese in the Lake Hasan. In 1941 he graduated from the Military Academy named after M. V. Frunze, in 1943, the Higher artillery officer school.
. From August 1941 until the victory over Germany in World War II fought on the Central, . Bryansk, . West, . Steppenwolf, . 2 and 1 Ukrainian Front, . occupying the post of Assistant Chief and Chief of Staff of Artillery Infantry Division, . Chief of Staff of Artillery and commander of the Infantry Corps Artillery Regiment,
. Participated in the defense of Moscow, the Battle of Kursk, the liberation of Ukraine, Poland, defeating the enemy in Germany. He was awarded two Orders of Red Banner (1945, . 1953), . Order of the Patriotic War, 1 st degree (1944), . Red Star (1948), . medal "For Courage" (1938), . "Service in Battle" (1944), . "For the Defense of Moscow", . "For the liberation of Prague and three other medals, . and the Order of the Czechoslovak Military Cross "(1947), . Polish medal for Oder, . Neisse, . Baltica and the Czechoslovak medal for the possession of Dukla Pass.,
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union with the award of the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Sergei G. Anokhin was awarded June 27, 1945 for bravery, . courage and skillful command of the regiment when they crossed the Oder, . capture and hold a bridgehead on the left bank of the River.,
. In 1954
. G. Anokhin for health reasons, was fired from the Soviet Army. Retired colonel. Lived in Mr.. Lviv. Died May 18, 1982.
January 12, 1945 at Sandomierz bridgehead rumble thousand guns. After a powerful artillery preparation the infantry attack. The first tranche have been completely overwhelmed by enemy corpses. Accurate artillery fire and mortar defenses had been broken, and the infantry without significant loss of possession of the main line of defense. This was the great merit of the commander of an artillery regiment of the Guards colonel Anokhin. Even during the preparations for the offensive, he devoted much attention to the exploration and zeroing targets for destruction and suppression. Being on the best observation post in the area Stopnica, he skillfully managed the artillery. Led by their regimental artillery group perfectly fulfilled all its tasks.
. In pursuit of the retreating enemy Anokhin skillfully organized and massive displacement of artillery fire did not give the enemy to be secured to the intermediate lines
. During the period from 12 to 23 January 1945 artillery regiment Anokhin was destroyed 11 tanks, 5 batteries of artillery and mortars, 21 machine guns and 300 soldiers and officers, crushed 12 artillery batteries.
. January 22nd Regiment, along with other parts of the division reached the Oder
. By deploying a portion of the batteries on the right bank of the river to ensure the formation, Anokhin personally led the crossing of the rest of the regiment. Despite heavy enemy fire, the artillery landed on the opposite shore, along with the infantry and to ensure effective capture of the fire base near the village Eyhenrid.
On a small bridgehead Anokhin organized a strong defense. Put here his observation post, he made contact with the batteries, standing on tip-off line, and with the commanders of divisions, previously prepared barrage on the most probable directions of the enemy offensive. This made it possible for seven days successfully reflect the many counter superior enemy forces.
Sources: 1) Heroes of the Soviet Union: A Brief Biographical Dictionary
. V.1. M.: Voeniz.1987.
2) Rumyantsev.N.M. People legendary heroism ". Saratov. 1968