Aleksandra Georgiyevna Verzhbilovskaya

Order of the Red Star nr. 854680 was awarded by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of November 3, 1944 to the 40- or 41-year-old Captain of the Administrative Service Aleksandra Georgiyevna Verzhbilovskaya (Александра Георгиевна Вержбиловская), the Secretary of the Military Prosecutor's Office of the 60th Army, 1st Ukrainian Front.


Record card

Order booklet nr. 382296

1. Last name: Verzhbilovskaya
2. First name and patronymic: Aleksandra Georgiyevna
3. Military rank: Major of the Administrative Service
4. Sex: Female
5. Year of birth: 1903
6. Place of birth: City of Buzuluk
7. Party membership (since which year): Not a member
8. Education: Secondary
9. Nationality: Russian
10. Since which year in the Red Army: From February 1923 through October 1926 and since April 1931
11. Place of service (name of unit) and position occupied at the time of the award: Secretary of the Military Prosecutor's Office of the 60th Army
12. Current place of service and position: Senior Secretary of the Military Prosecutor's Office of the Kuban Military District
13. Home address of the awardee: 55 Kuznechnaya ["Blacksmith"] Street, city of Krasnodar

14. Record of all awards received:

Name of the order or medal

Serial number

Number of the document

Ground of award

Medal for Combat Merit

167688

Temporary certificate nr. 366666

Order of the 60th Army nr. 05/N of February 17, 1943

Order of the Red Star [citation]

854680

Temporary certificate nr. 068888

Decree of November 3, 1944

Order of the Patriotic War, 2nd Class

248396

Temporary certificate nr. G-152773

Order of the 60th Army nr. 0225/N of November 6, 1944

Medal for the Victory over Germany

Unnumbered

B-0187023

Decree of May 9, 1945

Order of the Red Banner

305709

Decree of November 6, 1947

Order of Lenin

203711

Decree of April 20, 1953

Medal for the 30th Anniversary of the Soviet Army and Navy

Signature of the awardee: [signed]

I confirm the correctness of the data and the signature of the awardee (position and signature):

Chief of the 3rd Section of the Personnel Department of the Kuban Military District
Major of the Administrative Service [signed] /Bulatov/
January 17, 1946


Award sheet

1. Last name, first name and patronymic: Verzhbilovskaya, Aleksandra Georgiyevna
2. Rank: Captain of the Administrative Service
3. Position and unit: Secretary of the Military Prosecutor's Office of the 60th Army
Nominated for: Order of the Red Star
4. Year of birth: 1903
5. Nationality: Russian
6. Party affiliation: Not a member
7. Participation in the Civil War, the subsequent combat actions to defend the USSR, and the Patriotic War (where and when): Didn't participate in the Civil War. Has been participating in the Patriotic War since June 1941
8. Wounds and contusions received during the Patriotic War: No
9. Since when in the Red Army: Since February 1923
10. Drafted by which military commissariat: Joined voluntarily
11. Awards received previously (for which merits): Medal for Combat Merit
12. Permanent home address of the prospective awardee and the address of his family: 9 Krasnoarmeiskaya ["Red Army"] Street, apartment 1, city of Kuibyshev

Short, concrete description of personal combat feat or merits:

Comrade Verzhbilovskaya has been working for military prosecutor's offices since December 1922. In February 1923 she became a member of the higher cadre of the Red Army, a position she held until October 1926. As the Military Prosecutor's Office of the Volga Military District was downsized in October 1926, she became a freelancer, while she stayed with the same prosecutor's office. In April 1931 she once again became a member of the higher cadre of the Red Army, and since then she has uninterruptedly been part of the higher cadre. In all, she has been serving in the Red Army for 17 years and 3 months.

Since October 1942 comrade Verzhbilovskaya has been working as the Secretary of the Military Prosecutor's Office of the 60th Army. She has been serving with military prosecutor's offices of frontline armies since 1941.

Working as the Secretary of the Military Prosecutor's Office of the 21st Army, comrade Verzhbilovskaya, together with the apparatus of the prosecutor's office, was surrounded by the enemy, during which she behaved herself honorably and bravely she destroyed the secret files, took the seals and stamps of the prosecutor's office with her, and after 21 she days got out of the encirclement with her weapon and in military uniform.

Comrade Verzhbilovskaya works exceptionally honorably and capably, takes initiatives, and fully supports all technical aspects of the prosecutor's office. Fully devoted to her work, comrade Verzhbilovskaya does not pay attention to the time of day, now and then forgetting basic personal interests. For her highly conscientious work she has been awarded the Medal for Combat Merit.

She is dedicated to the cause of the Party of Lenin and Stalin. Her current position suits her fully.

For seventeen years and three months of service as a member of the higher cadre of the Red Army as the situation is in November comrade Verzhbilovskaya fully deserves the Order of the Red Star.

Military prosecutor of the 60th Army
Colonel of the Judiciary [signed] /Fefyolov/
July 31, 1944



Verzhbilovskaya's award group, obverse


Verzhbilovskaya's award group, reverse

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