(9. 10. 1919 - 18. 5. 1994)
By azaev Alexander Borisovich - Commander of the 1 st Guards Rifle Regiment (2 nd Guards Rifle Division, 2 nd Guards Army, the 3rd Belorussian Front), the Major. Born Oct. 9, 1919 in the village of. Costa Khetagurova now Karachay region in the Karachay-Cherkessia Autonomous Region, Stavropol Territory in a peasant family. Ossetian. Graduated from the 7 classes, a cooperative school, Sukhumi subtropical College. In the Soviet Army in 1937. Graduated Ordzhonikidzenskoe Infantry School in 1939, Kuks defense in Kiev in 1941.
. In the battles of World War II from September 1941.
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union and the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Alexander B. Kazaeva awarded 29 June 1945 for his leadership fighting regiment, and demonstrated courage in defeating the enemy Samland.,
. After the war he continued service in the army
. In 1948 he graduated from the Military Academy named M.V. Frunze, where he worked as a senior lecturer. Since 1953 he served in the missile troops. Since 1960, Colonel Univ Б+T in Stock. Lived in Moscow. Died May 18, 1984.
. He was awarded the Order of Lenin, 2 orders of the Red Banner, Order of the Patriotic War 1 and 2 degrees, 3 orders of Red Star and medals.
April 13, 1945 infantry regiment under the command of Major Kazaeva, . conducting offensive operations against the fascist groups in the Samland Peninsula, . approached the heavily fortified area defense,
. All attempts to break through the defense from the front failed. The onset of the division has been suspended. Then Major Cauldron daring and unexpected maneuver by small forces blocked the main stronghold of the enemy, and the main forces broke through the defense on the flanks and ensure a successful offensive against the whole division.
. W and the time of the offensive battle with 13 to 17 April 1945 the regiment, Major Kazaeva destroyed more than 400 and captured 600 of Hitler's soldiers and officers seized 20 guns, and freed 1,500 prisoners languishing in concentration camps.
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