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Monument Abdumanapova, Magomed-Zagid

-Abdulmanap Magomed-Zagid was born September 30, 1924, in the Avar village of Karata of the Akhvakh district of Dagestan. Learning about the construction of the plant in Dvigatelstroy, fifteen-year-old boy Magomed-Zagid came along with his countrymen in the village and entered the factory school at the factory.

Most people coming to the factory, did not have the right skills, so still in the process of its construction has been launched a massive training of future factory workers. Already in 1935, was launched intensive process of training builders main production professions of turners, fitters, millers, welders, and other professions. Great emphasis was placed on training of workers of the local nationalities. According to the guidelines they had to be at least 40% of students. (At the beginning of the construction of the local proletariat was planned above – not less than 60% of workers of indigenous nationalities ) Failure to comply with these requirements could lead to punishment of the organizers of the party line. The difficulty lay in the fact that 85% of raised to learn not speak the Russian language. They organized Russian language courses. However, the number of new class of the proletariat of Dagestan grew.

Here's a note from the village newspaper, the "Engine" for may 26, 1935 "Forge a new cadre of nationals[1]".
"From distant villages, lost among the mountains, in December last year, arrived at Dvigatelstroy the nationals. Not knowing even the names of the tools, not being able to keep a file in his hands, they began studies in the metal masterskoy. For six months persistently mastered the technique of plumbing, and acquired the qualification of plumbers are not lower than the fourth level.
Here are the names of these comrades who advanced ranks of skilled workers: Aliyev, Ramazanov, Alkhasov, Ibragimov, Bakirov, Inulin, Akhmedov, Karavachev, Huseynov, Hawai and others.
It is impossible to ignore the work of the instructor Bakumenko, a lot of work to pass on their knowledge to the nationals - the students.
The words of the wise and beloved leader comrade.Stalin, we are implementing" - Pasarow

Despite all the difficulties, in 1940, the year when abdulmanap Magomed-Zagid he graduated from the school FZO were held for five editions. From 1935, the year it produced more than 500 people working in various professions. For a quality education, was invited master teachers from Moscow, Gorky, Grozny, Baku. So the factory came to work Ayubovich dynasty, the head of which, Ayyub Vitalievich Eyyubov arrived in Dvigatelstroy from Baku. Seven of his sons have thrown in their lot with the plant, only the youngest, the eighth son became a musician, and he Ayyub Vitalievich trained specialists for over forty years.

So among the other mountaineers who came to the construction of the plant, appeared in Dvigatelstroy and the boy from the village of Karata Magomed–Zagid Abdulmanap.

The war Komsomolets M-Z. Abdulmanap met for the machine factory, fulfilling orders for the front. Then, together with the plant he was evacuated to Alma-ATA. But the guy rushed to the front, and in 1942 he got his wish father abdulmanap Magomed-Zagid was drafted into the red army Pokhvistnevskoe RVC Kuibyshev region. In 1944 he had fought with guards Junior Sergeant, commander of an engineering Department of the 3rd guards separate motor-engineer battalion of the 4th Ukrainian front.
"In April 1944, troops of the 4th Ukrainian front (commanded by General of the army F. I. Tolbukhin), breaking through enemy fortifications at Perekop, pursued the retreating Nazis. To reveal the location of enemy troops, were sent forward in the reconnaissance. One of these groups was the crew of a Soviet tank, which maneuvered at Perekop. Among the scouts of the crew was Magomed-Zagid.

At dawn on April 13 tank with nine scouts under the command of guard Sergeant N. And. Poddubny came from the village of Ashaga-Dzhamin (now Heroic village), a large detachment of the Nazis, who opened artillery fire and a direct hit killed the gun barrel.

The tank remained unarmed. The scouts dismounted and lay down. From the gardens of them hitting artillery, and with the two heights was carried out gun and machine-gun fire... As it turned out, there defense held the enemy battalion. Fight nine scouts lasted for about two hours...

After leaving the tank, our scouts one after another fought off fierce attempts to take them prisoner. The barrels of machine guns and rifles of the brave soldiers burn is literally white. Run out of ammo, someone was already injured. Eighth attack the scouts fought off a melee. In the course went the rifle butts, entrenching tool, fists...
Surrounded, wounded, half-dead Soviet soldiers, the Germans began stabbing them with bayonets, cut with knives, gouged out his eyes, and in the end fired him machine-gun and automatic turns.

As soon as it got dark, the locals made his way to the place of the massacre to bury the remains of the dead scouts. And then suddenly it was discovered that one of them barely a glimmer of life.

Fortunately, in the village turned out to be a paramedic one of the Yalta sanatorium Olga G. Sobko (mother Ukrainian writer Vadym Sobko). Later, in a letter to the villagers she recalled: "...came running up To me boys shouting: "Doctor, the Germans broke the tank and people carry a wounded man to you!" And I saw peasants and soldier in overcoat with absolutely no signs of life... he had broken arms, broken jaw, ten bullet and almost the same number of stab wounds. He lost a lot of blood. The situation was hopeless. Recovering himself, even to be named could not – corrupted language. By night the Germans retreated to Sevastopol. Some fascists came by our house and tried to shoot the scout. He lay there all bandaged, blackened and real estate. I convinced them that he had a fever..."[2]

Miracle survivors was private Vasily Yershov – gunner 91-th separate motorcycle battalion 19th tank corps Perekop. However, for a full recovery he had to move fourteen heavy operations. Only eighteen years later, Vasily was able to come on the scene and to tell people about the legendary Heroic exploits, which he made together with his fallen death of the brave companions.[3]

Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of may 16, 1944, soldiers of the 3rd separate guards motorcycle engineer battalion guard Sergeant N. And. Poddubny, guards Junior Sergeant M. M. Abdumanapov, guard ordinary P. V. Veligina, A. M. ZADOROZHNY, I. P. Timoshenko and soldiers of the 91st motorcycle reconnaissance battalion ordinary V. A. Ershov, P. A. Ivanov, A. F. Simonenko was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union."

In memory of their heroism the village of Ashaga-Dzhamin renamed to Heroic.
In 1960-m to year by local craftsmen in a mass grave was established cubic obelisk with a height of 2.25 m made of blocks of Crimean diorite. The front side of the obelisk had a marble plaque attached with the names of the heroes who died a heroic death.[4]

In 1965, the year soldiers were reburied.
On a large mound overlooking the village Hero, on the mass grave of warriors, was a granite monument, the monument, lovingly planted trees and flowers. The inscription on the pedestal reads: "Eternal glory to the Heroes of the Soviet Union." Below are carved the names: "Guard sergeants N. I. Poddubny, M. Abdulmanap; guard ordinary: P. V. Verigin, T. I. Timoshenko, A. M. ZADOROZHNY, G. N. Zakharchenko, P. A. Ivanov, A. F. Simonenko" .
In may 1982, at the foot of the hill, where the remains of eight Heroes of the Soviet Union, installed T-34 tank.[5]

In Saki, Crimean region, the street has a name Eight characters.[6]
In recognition of their feat in Simferopol the monument.

In memory of the hero – the fellow countryman in Kaspiysk one of the streets named after Magomed-Zagid Abdulmanafova and a monument in front of the school, from which he graduated. The author of the monument to our countryman, a former soldier sculptor Ismail Ibrahimov ibrahimovich.

The same monument is the birthplace of M-C Abdulmanafova in the village of Karata of the Akhvakh district. There's also next to the monument is the memory Board with the names of all the soldiers Akhvakh district of Dagestan.[7]

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