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                                                              “Oath of Allegiance”

“... I am always ready to defend my Motherland - the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics at the behest of Workers and Peasants Government and as a Workers and Peasants’ Red Army serviceman I swear to defend it courageously, skillfully, with dignity and honor, not sparing my blood or entire life in order to achieve overall victory over our enemies.


If for some evil intentions I violate the herein-solemn oath let the Soviet Law, nationwide hatred and contempt of all workers strictly punish me.”


Signature

Rank Technical Staff

Name, patronymic - Alexander Iosifovich  Shakhov

Title of the Unit, Department, Institution - Unit 571 28, July 1941

  OATH OF ALLEGIANCE OF THE 1941 RED ARMY

ORDER # 5990

  ORDER # 5528

ORDER # 6771

   ORDER # 470

   RESOLUTION TO ARREST ANTI-SOVIET PERSON

      ARREST ORDERS SIGNED BY BERIA

1936  EVALUATION OF AN NKVD CADET

Interesting aspect  of this evaluation is that in spite of the unsatisfactory evaluation the cadet received for his knowledge of “Leninism”, he still graduated from the academy.


The underlined script on the top right corner says: “Proletarians of All Countries, Unite!”

CONCENTRATION CAMP ORDER

This poor fellow was charged with being a “socially harmful element” and sent to the concentration camp for three years.  He was lucky to have received only three years. 

Beria honed his skills early on in his career by signing these arrest orders in the 1920s

   1940 INVESTIGATION ORDERED BY BERIA

The word in the top right corner of this letter means “secret”.  The letter conveys information from an informant that was received by “comrade L.P. Beria, the Public Commissioner of the Union of Soviet Socialistic Republics”.


“ ...I congratulate you with the acclamation received from the Leader and wish you new successes in ultimate defeat of German fascist invaders”


  HERO OF DANTZIG ASSAULT

CAPTURE OF GODONIN


“ By Order No. 335, From April 13, 1945, of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, the USSR Marshal, Comrade I.V. Stalin, official thanks are granted...”

Commander Belkov

These types of pamphlets were issued to the Red Army soldiers participating in successful significant combat operations, such as capture of enemy cities.  We have pamphlets for several battles.

This oath was administered to the Red Army units throughout the USSR after the German invasion of June 22, 1941.

Order for the arrest of an individual and the search of his dwelling.

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