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Old 02-07-2005, 06:53 PM   #1
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Who were these awarded to?

Hi There,

Firstly thanks to Yolkin and Slava1stclass for help with the Motherhood medal document.

I have just acquired these with their associated medals and would again like help with identifying who they were awarded to.

It seems that both medals were awarded to the same person. Is the red cloth booklet for the Combat Service Medal?

If anyone can help I would be grateful.

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Old 02-07-2005, 07:08 PM   #2
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Hello Simon,

The name of the recipient is Ryazov, Leonid Vasiliyevich; and yes, the red booklet shows the Medal for Combat Service stamped in it.

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I believe that the family name on these documents would actually transliterate from the Cyrillic as Ryabov.
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name on certificate for medal for distinguished labor, which nationality?

hello gentlemen, here's a scan of the first page of a booklet for a distinguished labor medal, awarded in 1977.
I need your experience because I can't find the nationality of the recipient's name; the only thing I'm almost certain he was not russian.

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Old 08-16-2007, 02:42 PM   #5
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I'd say Central Asia, possibly from Tadjikistan or Uzbekistan.

Just made a search on "Yandex" with "мастурахон".
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Old 08-16-2007, 03:37 PM   #6
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I'd say Central Asia, possibly from Tadjikistan or Uzbekistan.

Just made a search on "Yandex" with "мастурахон".
I would agree, though lean toward Tajik.
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Republic details.

If I remember correctly the next page to the one you scanned often has the name of the republic handwritten or stamped on it.

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If I remember correctly the next page to the one you scanned often has the name of the republic handwritten or stamped on it.

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A Tajik (or Uzbek?) citizen could have lived in any Soviet republic. Charlet requested the identity of the recipient's nationality.
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Examples of Republic Awards

Hi Paul,

I agree with you that any nationality of extraction could live anywhere in the USSR.

What I really meant was that if they were awarded in a republic the stamp should say so and might give further nationality information.

Examples of Uzbek and Azerbaijani awards are attached.

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Simon, labor medals like Charlet's were awarded on behalf of the Supreme Soviet, not by subordinate republics. Thus the next page of Charlet's distinguished labor medal will have the stamp of the Supreme Soviet.

The examples you've offered are for motherhood decorations that do have republic stamps, but again the object in question is a distinguished labor medal.
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