The Soviet Military Awards Page Forum  
  • Serial Numbers Database 2.0
Enter Here

vBClassified Featured Listings
Dnepr Flotilla Veteran Badge
VoG Kravtsov
Crimean Veteran Badge
First Air Army Veteran Badge
Fighting for Ukraine Veteran Badge

Go Back   The Soviet Military Awards Page Forum > Soviet Awards Forums > Union Of Soviet Socialist Republics > Soviet Award Groups > Red/Soviet Army Award Groups

Red/Soviet Army Award Groups Award Groups of Red/Soviet Army Personnel of the Great Patriotic War, Cold War and other conflicts.

Thread Tools Display Modes
Prev Previous Post   Next Post Next
Old 01-26-2013, 01:44 AM   #1
Senior Member
Al-muell's Avatar
Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Wrocław, Poland
Posts: 1,818
Negrebtskij/Nehrebecki, Kazimir/Kazimierz, Lieutenant-Colonel, Red/Polish Army

Again, for a very long time I wasn't sure where to put this - he served both in the Red Army and in the Polish Army and it doesn't really fall into "award groups" category, as there are documents only, but since his OPW2 (that I don't own and only have a copy of temp. certificate) citation is on podvig and will be posted here, I have decided to post this thread in this category.

At least one of the docs of this set was already posted on the forum - in the discussion about miniatures of the Soviet Awards.

A bit of a story - long time ago, a guy on Polish on-line auction site put an auction "Documents of >>Polish<< general" claiming that it was a set ofdocs of aPolish general who was a Soviet Army Officer before and took part in the polo-soviet war and in the 1939 Soviet invasion on Poland etc. Of course it turned out to be the seller's vivid imagination (not the first time for him), but the set is nevetheless interesting.
It is the officer's folder - not the personnel file, but afolder he used to both keep track of his service and for work purpose, and contains lots of interesting documents.

A short info on the man:
Kazimierz Hehrebecki, an ethnic Polish, wos born on November the 7th 1905 in Odessa. In 1923 he joinedm the Red Army entering Artillery Officer School named after Frunze in Odessa. in 1928, after graduation,he became the commander of the training platoon in the 21 Ind. Artillery Unit in Aleksandria, that was later re-formed into the 120th Hv.Art. Rgt. In 1930 he was appointed the chief of communicationsof the regiment and in 1933 - a HQ instructor in the Scientific-Experimental Anti-Air Training Grounds in Eupatoria. In 1934 he became the commander of the artillery parks inthe Light Art. Rgt. of the 51th Infantry Division in Odessa. Around 1935 he became a military pensioneer due to some health problems (considered a disabled person of the 3rd category) and from 1935 to 1938 he worked in the Fluor and Wheat Institute n. a. Stalin. In 1938 he was a training battery commander in the 16th special art. school in Odessa with the rank of sr. lieutenant. Than in March 1941 he was appointed a battery commander of the 586 art.rgt., where he suffered acontussion of some sort and in October 1941 bacame artilery tactics proffessor in the Art. Off. School in Riazan than in Talgar (Kazakhstan) and in June 1943 was moved to 30th training officer rgt. in Czebarkul (he was promoted to cpt. at that time).
In may 1944 he became a professor in the Higher Infantry Officer School for the Polish Army in Riazan (later moved to Rembertów) and was promoted to major.
In june 1945 he was moved to the Artillery Officer Higher Schoolin Toruń. In July 1946 he was moved back to Rembertów, to the Infantry Training Center where he served untill 1948 (unfortunately, he isn'tmentioned in CWP's monogaphy), when he was movedto the Anti-Air Art. Off. Sch. in Koszalin. A year later, he was given "at disposal of the Personnel Department of the Artillery ofthe Red Army in Moscow", and before the end of the Year, he was officially transfered to the Polish Army and in January 1950 returned to the A-A Art. Off. Sch. in Koszalin. In the -middle of the year he was dent "at disposal of the Pers. Dpt. of the Polish Army in Warsaw" and that'swhen he wasprobably sent to reserves.

He later worked with the Defense Ministry and the "Air Force League" (later "Soldier's Friends League"). He was oneof the editors of the second russian-polish military dictionary. He also worked as a lecturer of Russian in the Polo-Soviet Frienship Association and a translator from Russian.

He was also a member of the Reserve Officers Club at the Country Defense League.

In 1946 he was awarded OPW2 for the general conduct during the WW2.

So, Let's see what's in his folder:
Attached Images
File Type: jpg teczka1.jpg (103.3 KB, 3 views)
File Type: jpg teczka2.jpg (58.7 KB, 12 views)
Al-muell is offline   Reply With Quote


Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)
Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are Off
[IMG] code is Off
HTML code is Off

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Warrant Officer Józef Wyrostkiewicz, Polish Army In France/Polish Resettlement Corps CtahhR Polish Award Groups 5 09-10-2016 04:40 PM
Colonel Kazimierz Sidor, Partisan Leader/Diplomat Al-muell Polish Award Groups 6 05-24-2015 02:05 AM
Junior Lieutenant Zbigniew Słojowski, Polish Army In The East/Consolidation Of Power. CtahhR Polish Award Groups 10 12-04-2014 09:13 AM
Repatriation Of Kazimierz Kalinowski, Polish Resettlement Corps. CtahhR Polish Paper Items 0 04-02-2013 08:21 AM
Lieutenant-Colonel Jozef Kamyszek. charlet Polish Award Groups 12 05-21-2012 09:45 PM

All times are GMT -5. The time now is 08:00 AM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.11
Copyright ©2000 - 2020, vBulletin Solutions Inc.
Copyright ©2011 Arthur G. Bates III