Memorial of Glory of the victors in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945
The memorial complex consists of a wall in memory of the soldiers – winners in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 – and a monument to the Hero of the Soviet Union, pilot S.V. Milashenkov. The monument contains capsules with earth from the graves of the Heroes of the Soviet Union S.V. Milashenkov, K.S. Zaslonov and N.F. Gastello, delivered by the pathfinders of the Search School No. 230. The inscription on the wall: “Eternal glory to the Soviet heroes. 1941-1945. Memorial of Glory”. Sergey Vasilyevich Milashenkov was an attack pilot, the squadron commander of the 109th Guards Assault Aviation Regiment, the Hero of the Soviet Union (posthumously). He had flown more than 90 combat missions. On July 14, 1944 near the village of Mikulichi (the Vladimir-Volynsky district of the Volyn region, Ukraine), during a combat mission, he was shot down. He directed his burning plane at a cluster of enemy troops and died heroically. For his feat, he was posthumously awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union. Nikolai Frantsevich Gastello was a Soviet military pilot, participant of three wars, the captain, the Hero of the Soviet Union. He sent a burning plane to a cluster of enemy troops near the village of Radoshkovichi on the Molodechno-Radoshkovichi highway and died. A month after the feat, Captain Nikolai Frantsevich Gastello was posthumously awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union. Konstantin Sergeyevich Zaslonov was a Soviet partisan during the Great Patriotic War. He was a commander of a partisan detachment and brigade, since October 1942 the commander of all partisan forces of the Orsha zone. He became the Hero of the Soviet Union (1943), posthumously.
Address: Moscow, Milashenkova str., 9B