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Myasnikov Anatoly Fedorovich

Born on February 24, 1922 in the village of Bazarikha (now Vikulovsky district of the Tyumen region). In 1941 he graduated from the Abat High School, on May 5, 1941, the Abat RVC was drafted into the ranks of the Red Army. From May to September 1941 A.F. Myasnikov completed his initial military training at the Tyumen Infantry School. Combat path: fought on the Western, Kalinin, 2nd Baltic and 1st Belorussian fronts. Participated in the liberation of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, took part in the Berlin offensive. On Latvian soil, Anatoly Myasnikov met his future wife, the front-line pharmacist Alla Timoshin. Together they reached the capital of Germany and on May 1, 1945 in Berlin, they got married. After the surrender of Germany, A.F. Myasnikov continued to serve in the Polotsk city military registration and enlistment office, head of the 2nd unit from 1946 to 1950. Captain A.F. Myasnikov was dismissed on May 5, 1950. Wounds: twice wounded on December 28, 1941 and April 11, 1943, received three concussions (in February 1943, in July 1943 and September 1944). Awards: Order of the Red Star, Order of the Patriotic War of I and II degree, Order of Alexander Nevsky; medal "For the Liberation of Warsaw", medal "For the capture of Berlin", Medal "For Victory over Germany". Jubilee medals: medal "30 Years of the Soviet Army and Navy", medal "Twenty Years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945", medal "Thirty Years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945", medal "Forty Years of Victory in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945 ", medal" 60 years of the Armed Forces of the USSR ". In the postwar period A.F. Myasnikov worked as chairman of the Tyumen Regional Council of the DSO "Harvest" 1950-1951. Then he worked in the Tyumen drilling party of the exploration expedition, as an inspector of the personnel department from January to August 1952. Then he worked as an artist in the Tyumen Association of Artists, the Surgut RDK and the Surgut Industrial Complex. The head of the berth, Surgut river port, was from April 1965 to May 1966. Worked as a photojournalist in the Surgut newspaper "To the victory of communism". The result of the work of Anatoly Fedorovich Myasnikov as a photojournalist was a large collection of photographs that capture the events that took place at that time in Surgut and the Surgut region. A.F. Myasnikov passed away on January 3, 1991, and was buried in Surgut at the Chernorechensky cemetery.