Zozulya, Korney Andronovich
Korney Andronovich Zozulya (1914 Mikhailovka village, Tulchinsky district, – disappeared in November 1944 in Ambuda, Romania) – participant of the Great Patriotic War, full holder of the Order of Glory.BiographyBorn in 1914 in the of Mikhailovka (Vinnytsia region) into a peasant family.In 1936-1938. served in the Red Army. Since the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, he lived in the territory occupied by the Germans. In March 1944 he was again in the Red Army.On April 27, 1944, during the battles for Boyaneni (Romania), he destroyed more than 10 enemy soldiers, took 5 prisoners and captured 2 enemy machine guns. On May 19, 1944, he was awarded the Order of Glory, 3rd degree.On September 5, 1944, during the for Pershi (Romania), he destroyed several enemy soldiers and captured an enemy machine gun (for these actions on October 30, 1944 he was awarded the Order of Glory, 2nd degree).On October 24, 1944, near the city of Ambud (Romania), he crawled up to an enemy machine gun, threw grenades at it and destroyed 4 enemy soldiers. On October 25, 1944, he was wounded; more information about him was not reported. Officially reported since November 1944.On April 28, 1945 he was born with the 1st degree Order of Glory.AwardsKorney Andronovich Zolulya was awarded the following orders:Order of Glory, 1st class (April 24, 1945);Order of Glory II degree (October 30, 1944);Order of Glory III degree (May 19, 1944).