Abish Mustafayev

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Abish Mustafayev
Experienced and Fearless Communication Engineer
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Born1924
Kazakh Uyezd, Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic
Died2020
Alma materAzerbaijan State University
Military service
Nickname(s)Experienced and Fearless Communication Engineer
Allegiance Soviet Union

Abish Mustafayev (Azerbaijani: Abış Mustafayev Hüseyn oğlu b. 1924 - d. 2020, Qazakh, Azerbaijan (present Aghstafa) Kohne Qishlaq village of the region) — Leading educator, war and labor veteran.

Early life

Abish Huseyn oglu Mustafayev (Abish Borjlu) was born in 1924 in the Kohne Qishlaq village of Qazax District. After graduating from high school in 1943, he went to war against the Nazis.

Mustafayev, who returned from the war with awards and medals in 1947, was admitted to the Azerbaijan State University that year without an exam. After graduating from the university in 1952, he worked for a while as a teacher and director at the present Həsənsu|Hasansu school, and then in his native village.

After 50 years of pedagogical work, he retired as a leading educator, war and labor veteran.

He has five children - three sons and two daughters.

Awards and accomplishments

On June 18, 1944, enemy tanks entered the Švendrė (Lithuania) region, west of Šiauliai, from the forest. The 268 SD[1] and 126 SD[2] communication lines used by the administration to communicate were under enemy fire, resulting in interruptions every 30-40 minutes. On the same day, Mustafayev restored 13 lines under artillery and mortar shells of enemy tanks [3].

On October 5, 1944, after the enemy's defenses were broken in the Dubysa region, Mustafayev managed to restore 11 lines that had been heroically damaged on the NP 54 SK communication line he was serving. In any case, communication was restored within 15-20 minutes. Mustafayev was awarded the Order of the Red Star by the government for his courage and bravery in the operative restoration of communication lines in the western districts of Šiauliai and Dubysa[4].

Mustafayev was an experienced and fearless communicator of the sixth cable platoon, a skilled and enterprising executor of all kinds of tasks. In April 1945, while maintaining the NP 335 SD communication line, he extended and restored the 500-meter "sixth" line under artillery fire, ensuring the perfect communication of the management.

On April 8, 1945, during a street battle in the city of Königsberg, he managed to create 1-kilometer-long communication line and saved the area from heavy fire under the enemy soldiers fire.

On April 9, during service work on the NP 335 SD line, Mustafayev managed to repair damages on 11 lines at night under machine gun fire.

Mustafayev was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War|Order of the Patriotic War of the II degree for the above-mentioned courage and determination.

Honors and awards

  • Order of the Patriotic War of the II degree (document No. 51 / H dated April 22, 1945)
  • Order of Glory III degree (document No. 32 / H dated November 6, 1944)
  • Order of the Red Star (document dated November 5, 1944)
  • Medal "For Victory over Nazi Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945".
  • He was awarded the Jubilee Medal "70th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945" (Order of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev dated February 2, 2015 [5]).
  • 75 years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945 A No. 1280042 - On behalf of the President of the Russian Federation, the medal was presented (by the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of June 13, 2019, he was awarded the jubilee medal [6]).
  • Order of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan on awarding participants of the Great Patriotic War with the Jubilee Medal of the Republic of Azerbaijan “75th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War (1945-2020)” [7].

and was awarded many orders and medals.

Books written/published by him

  • Yada düşür 90- da da
  • Bu dünyanın nizamı var
  • Qələmçənin qoşa zirvəsi
  • Ötən günlər geri dönməz
  • Bu torpağa borcluyam

References

  1. "Память народа::Боевой путь воинской части::268 стрелковая дивизия (268 сд)". pamyat-naroda.ru. Retrieved 2021-05-09.
  2. "Память народа::Боевой путь воинской части::126 стрелковая дивизия (126 сд)". pamyat-naroda.ru. Retrieved 2021-05-09.
  3. "Подвиг народа". podvignaroda.ru. Retrieved 2021-05-09.
  4. "Подвиг народа". podvignaroda.ru. Retrieved 2021-05-09.
  5. "Azərbaycan Prezidentinin Rəsmi internet səhifəsi - SƏNƏDLƏR » Sərəncamlar". president.az (in azərbaycanca). Retrieved 2021-05-09.
  6. "Указ Президента РФ от 13 июня 2019 г. N 277 "О юбилейной медали 75 лет Победы в Великой Отечественной войне 1941 - 1945 гг". www.garant.ru. Retrieved 2021-05-09.
  7. "Azərbaycan Prezidentinin Rəsmi internet səhifəsi - SƏNƏDLƏR » Sərəncamlar". president.az (in azərbaycanca). Retrieved 2021-05-09.

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