Orden Krasnoi Zvezdy

The Order was established April 6th, 1930 in recognition of outstanding services in the defense of the Soviet Union -either in war or in peace time- and can be awarded to officers and men of all armed forces or to separate units. It can also be awarded to collective civilian bodies. The award criteria werd established on May 5th 1930 by order of the Presidium of the
Central Executive Committee of the USSR. The first exemple was issued on May 13th 1930 to the civil war hero V.K. Blukher.

The badge consist of a pentagonal red star; in its center a soldier of the Red Army bearing a rifle with fixed bayonet. The figure is surrounded by a circular inscription, in Cyrillic: 'Proletarii vsekh stran soedinyaites' (Workers of the world, unite). Beneath are the initials C.C.C.P. (U.S.S.R.) and an image of a hammer and sickle. The decoratrion is worn without a ribbon, the service ribbon is dark red moir with a central gray stripe.
Until the introduction of the 'Irreproachable Service Medal' this Order was frequently issued to commemorate a jubilee.
A number of types are in existence, the most important differences being the various mint marks. There is also a duplicate badge which was issued after loss or theft of the original badge. Duplicates had their serial numbers removed and replaced by the number of the missing specimen.
The award document was provided as a standard booklet with a red, hardcover.

The different versions can also be devided according there numbers. The numbers themselves can be placed in years of awarding.

Total vieuw of awarded decorations on numbers for each year (WW2 included):
1933: 109-210
1934: 219-302
1935: 458-705
1936: 727-1918
1937: 3035
1938: 3220-4076
1939: 5015-6031
1940: 6251-7244
1941: 18094-22653
1942: 24515-73485
1943: 83320-301000
1944: 329491-999090
1945: 1003749-2860000
1949: 2877722-2890721
1951: 2991925-2980961
1952: 3016312-3068951
1954: 3199110
1955: 3311551
1957: 3462734-3543966
1961: 3556129
1967: 3615573-3644454
1971: 3678085
1973: 3696528
1979: 3714969
1982: 3738669
1988: 3789268

On base of the type as far as known:
Type 1: Goznak Mint: 205-754
Type 2: No Mint: 1053-1649
Type 2: Mondvor Mint, large and curved: 2647-7821
Type 2: Mondvor Mint, small and curved mark: 8664-10428
Type 2: Mondvor Mint, medium and curved mark: some in the 8700 series
Type 2: Monetny Dvor early Mint with ring around base of screw, 11849-319702
Type 2: Monetny Dvor early Mint without ring, 265992-556842
Type 2: Monetny Dvor Mint with curved ends, 529486-3831218
Type 2: Replacement examples Monetny Dvor Mint gnumber higher then normal
Type 3: Monetny Dvor Mint with three rivets: 24702-28263 (produced between 1941 and 1942)

Aganov, Sergei Khristorovich* June 4th, 1917
February 1st, 1996

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Akhromeyev, Sergei Fyodorovich* May 5th, 1923
August 24th, 1991

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Grid List
NameDate of birthDate of deathAwards
Paramoshkin, Pavel Ivanovich27-06-191411-01-1988more 
Parshin, Nikolay Ivanovich03-09-192330-04-1945 
Pashchenko, Anisim Pavlovich01-06-191319-04-1945 
Penkovsky, Oleg Vladimirovich23-04-191916-05-1963more 
Petrov, Pavel Gavrilovich30-08-190627-08-1944 
Petrov, Vasily Ivanovich02-01-1917  
Pilyutov, Potr Andreyevich23-12-190624-03-1960more 
Plotnikov, Aleksandr Iosifovich00-00-192526-04-1945 
Plotnikov, Pavel Artemyevich04-03-192014-12-2000more 
Podanev, Yegor Fodorovich11-02-192501-02-1945 
Poluboyarov, Pavel Pavlovich16-06-190118-09-1984more 
Polyakov, Vladimir Fomich14-01-192329-09-1943 
Polyakov, Yevgeny Petrovich13-12-191016-02-1975more 
Potapov, Mikhail Ivanovich03-10-190226-01-1965more 
Proskurov, Ivan Iosifovich18-02-190728-10-1941 
Pshennikov, Pyotr Stepanovich28-01-189528-12-1941 
Pylayev, Yevgeniy Alekseyevich05-11-191905-09-1951more 

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