Artilleryman Sgt. FEDIN fighting against Panzergrenadier Division Großdeutschland

Please, meet gun commander Sgt. FEDIN Ivan Gavrilovich, 1913 of the 559 artillery regiment.
Order “Glory II class” awarded for the action on 05 October 1944 (the first day of the Memel Offensive Operation or Erste Kurlandschlacht).
The regiment combat diary mentions Panzergrenadier Division Großdeutschland being deployed on their left flank and the consequent engagements against the German SPGs.

The citation:
During the strong enemy defence breakthrough near the village Chyuiki, Lithuanian Soviet Socialist republic, on 05 October 1944, he delivered exceptionally precise direct fire with his gun at the enemy firing positions and troops. Being lightly wounded into his head, he didn’t abandon his gun piece and continued firing. He destroyed 3 light mortars, 4 heavy machine-guns, 3 light machine-guns, as well as suppressed two 75mm batteries and eliminated upto 12 Hitlerites. For delivering timely artillery support to the advancing infantry units and exhibited gallantry, he is worthy of order Glory II class.
Commander of 559 artillery regiment
09 October 1944 Guards Lt. Colonel signature /PETRUKHIN/

Sr. Lt. GRISHKO. Seishin Landing Operation, 13-16 Aug 1945.

Red Star # 2028182 awarded to Naval infantry platoon commander Guards Sr. Lt. GRISHKO for the Seishin landing operation. The biggest landing operation of the Soviet troops in the Pacific theatre of operation in 1945. Despite the final success, the operation was badly organised and lacked coordination.

Due overall success on land, this landing operation was formally cancelled just a day before. But it was still decided to proceed. The air support was almost none existent due to both weather and lack of coordination. The fierce battle erupted for the town as the Japanese were constantly being reinforced by the retreating troops, but the Soviet reinforcements were slow in shipping the troops in.

GRISHKO’s unit was part of the main force (13 Naval infantry brigade), which landed yearly morning 15 August 1945.

Citation:
Thanks to his skilful leadership in combat for the town Seishin, his platoon successfully attacked a group of enemy up to 50 men fortified in a school building. The enemy was defeated, which enabled further advance of the company. In this engagement, he exhibited personal courage, decisiveness, and resourcefulness.
Signed by the commander of 76 rifle battalion of 13 Naval infantry brigade of the Pacific Navy.

Wiki: Seishin Operation

Rifleman Pt. BESSONY. Berlin battle.

Please, meet BESSONNY Ivan Grigorievich, 1918 – a rifleman of 1214 rifle regiment, 364 rifle division. Wounded at least twice. Awarded with medal “For Bravery” for the action, which took place around 28 April 1945.

Citation: “Rifleman of 5th rifle company private BESSONNY Ivan Grigorievich for the engagement during assault on a house in the North-Eastern part of Berlin, in which he was the first to rush into the house and clear 2 rooms off the enemy, taking 5 Hitlerites prisoner.

The maps disclose the sector, in which BESSONNY stormed a house – near Rudolf-Schwarz-Straße

Guards Pt. SVERGUNETS. Berlin capture medal.

Please, meet the machine-gunner of the recon company of 27 Guards motorised rifle brigade Guards private SVERGUNETS Petr Ignatievich, 1926.
19 year old… in service since May 1944. Wounded lightly once.
Medal “For Combat Merits” for the action in Berlin, when the reconnaissance company was providing scouting support ahead of the main force, which was crossing Spree into the Plänterwald park:
In the night of 23-24 April 1945, when the battalion was force crossing the river Spree, Guards private SVERGUNETS together with a group of scouts was conducting reconnaissance of the enemy forward line. During the night, SVERGUNETS used a hand grenade and destroyed an enemy machine-gun, which harassed our rifle units crossing the river. He also captured an enemy ober-lieutenant and took him to the headquarters. During the whole battle for Berlin, he always fulfilled his objectives properly and in time. 
He proved himself as a courageous and brave scout in the fight against the German invaders.

Guards Lt. CHUKHLIBENKO. Seelow heights.

Guards Lt. CHUKHLIBENKO Dmitry Parfentievich, 1924.
Tank company commander, 2 battalion, 1 Guards tank brigade, 8 Guards mechanised corps, 1 Guards tank army, 1 Belorussian front.
The ORB is for the action at Seelow heights on 17-18 April 1945. 
According to the 1GuTA history, his “tank was the first to rush into the heights and in the ensuing vicious fight destroyed 2 heavy caliber cannons, suppressed 2 firing positions , and eliminated up to 40 enemy personnel.”  
After that, CHUKHLIBENKO’s company took the village Dolgelin (17/Apr @13:00) and then attacked Diedersdorf. His company captured Diedersdorf. In this engagement CHUKHLIBENKO was severely wounded in the head. 
The veteran was also bestowed with Red Star in April 1944 and OAN in March 1945.

The map of the engagements around Seelow heights, for which the veteran was awarded ORB. CHUKHLIBENKO’s portrait.
Handwritten history of the 1 Guards Tank Army, which personally mentions CHUKHLIBENKO’s feat on the Seelow heights.