(26. 10. 1914 - 9. 1. 1992)
P umyantsev Dmitry Mikhailovich - Commander of the 164 th separate engineer battalion 52 Infantry Division (3rd Ukrainian Front). Born October 26, 1914 in the village Ivashkovo now Gagarin district Smolensk region. Russian. From 1928 he lived in Moscow. Worked on the construction of the underground, he graduated from college evening rationing and wage. Worked as a rate-fixer in the motor depot. In the army since 1936. He graduated from the engineering courses commanders.
Member of the Great Patriotic War from June 1941. He fought on the approaches to Moscow in November 1941, was wounded. He participated in battles in the West, Kalinin, Steppenwolf and 3 rd Ukrainian fronts.
. April 12, 1944 as commander of 164 th independent engineer battalion 52 Infantry Division as they crossed the Dniester near the village Bychek (Grigoriopolskii District, . Moldova) made a reconnaissance crossing, . secretly brought there 25 captured rubber boats,
. Under artillery and mortar fire of the enemy itself took place in one of the boats. Reaching the opposite shore, immediately organized a unit of the ferry for the crossing of infantry units. The bridgehead was captured and retained.
. W tion of Hero of the Soviet Union with the award of the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Rumyantsev Dmitry Mikhailovich was awarded on Sept. 13, 1944.
. He was wounded in crossing the Dniester, but returned to his battalion, participated in the battles of the city and the Romanian port of Constanta, in the storming of Vienna and Budapest, in the liberation of Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia.
. Member of the Soviet-Japanese War in August 1945 as part of the Trans-Baikal Front.
. After the war he continued service in the army
. In 1951 he graduated from the Higher Engineering School. Since 1959, Colonel Rumyantsev D.M. БT in stock. He worked as head of the Economic Department, Ministry of Consumer Service of the RSFSR.
Lived in Moscow (on the street Kostyakova). Died Jan. 9, 1992. He was buried in Moscow, Khimki cemetery.
. He was awarded the Order of Lenin, Red Banner, Kutuzov 3rd degree, World War 1 st and 2 nd degree, 2 orders of Red Star and medals.
Biography provided by A. Simonov