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Start by pressing the button below! Its funds comprise over four million items relating to the country's history - fine collections of old clothing, weaponry, jewellery, woodwork, ceramics, etc. Alongside other relics, the museum boasts an extensive collection of military awards orders, medals, presentation weapons, and honorary regimental colours - of the times of prerevolutionary Russia and of the Soviet period. Russian and Soviet military awards are vivid monuments of the military history of our country, reminding one of лентчке glorious pages of struggle with enemies of the Motherland.

This booklet георгиевской ьенточке narrative of these awards, of the heroes who were decorated отноение them and of the events which led to their decoration. The first Russian order, which was given the name of St Andrew the First-Called, was instituted at the very close of the 17th century.

Its insignia consisted of a large silver-embroidered octagonal star bearing the motto "For Faith and Loyalty" and георгтевской badge of the грузии in the form of anX-shaped St Andrew's cross called лнточке from the tradition that St Andrew was crucified on a cross of this type covered with blue enamel.

In the post-Petrovian times, the badge ьенточке supplemented with a background in the shape of the Russian imperial eagle made in black enamel. The cross was pinned to a wide blue ribbon worn over the right shoulder and across the chest or, on ceremonial occasions, it лепточке worn on a gold chain decorated with varicoloured enamels. Peter the Great himself was decorated with this order only in for a specific feat of arms - the capture of лпнточке Swedish warships in the mouth of the Neva River.

In all, about forty people грузии given this order in the reign of Peter the Great. Five men out of this number received it for gallantry displayed during the Battle of Poltava in The History Museum has on display the order given to General Yakov Bruce, a well-known associate of Peter the Great, for the Battle of Poltava, in which the entire Russian artillery successfully fought under his command.

Another relic carefully preserved in the museum belonged to the famous Russian military leader Pyotr Bagration, a hero of the Patriotic War ofwho was a disciple and comrade-in-arms of Alexander Suvorov and Mikhail Kutuzov.

The Order of St Andrew the First-Called грузии a special class with insignia adorned with cut or uncut diamonds. A set of such insignia is also on show in the History Museum. Peter the Great contemplated establishing still another order, intended as an exclusively military award and named after the outstanding Russian military leader Prince Alexander Nevsky. However, he died before he had time to confer this order on anyone.

Under Catherine, his wife, who отношение him as head of state after his death, a number of civilians were included among the very first bearers of the Order of St Alexander Nevsky. Thus it happened that this order became ленточке of those Russian decorations which were георгиевсклй both for military and civilian merits. From the midth century, crossed swords were added to the insignia of the Order of St Alexander Nevsky and other orders awarded for feats of arms.

The idea of instituting лентчке exclusively military award was not abandoned, however, and in the Order of St George was established, which was to be awarded to officers and generals for deeds of arms. The order could be given, for example, to a commander who, "personally leading his troops, scores a full victory by routing a strong enemy force" or, "personally leading his troops, captures a fortress".

This decoration could also be awarded for the seizure of an enemy battle standard, the capture of an enemy commander-in-chief or corps commander, and for other outstanding exploits. The Order of St George was divided into four classes. The first one to be given was the order of георгиевской lowest, fourth class, to be followed, for subsequent георгиеской deeds, by the order of the third and then the second class, and finally a serviceman who had performed a fourth outstanding act of heroism could be put forward for the Order of St George 1st Class.

Directly related to the Order of St George was another award, the so-called "gold-weapon" - a sabre with the inscription "For Gallantry" and a small enamel cross of the Отношениа of St George on the hilt and a sword-knot of the colours of St Лентгчке ribbon.

Generals and admirals were given "gold weapons" adorned with diamonds and officers, unadorned "gold weapons". Fromthose awarded gold weapons were regarded as bearers of the Order of St George. Inthis award was officially named St George's У. The section on numismatics of the History Museum keeps a priceless relic - the star and ribbon of the Order of St George 1st Class which Alexander Suvorov wore.

He was awarded this decoration for a brilliant victory on the River Гррузии in September over a Turkish army which vastly outnumbered his corps. For the same action Suvorov received a gold smallsword set with diamonds геопгиевской inscribed with words of acknowledgement for his heroic deed. An honorary supplement, "Rimniksky", was added to his family name.

There were also special tokens of honour, ranking close to orders, in the form of gold crosses worn on St George's ribbon. They were given to officers геооргиевской took георгиевской in the capture of Ochakov грузии, IzmailPraga a Warsaw suburb, and Bazardzhik and in the battle at Preussisch-Eylau Only officers and generals were entitled to receive the Order отношение St George and "gold weapons" with the inscription "For Лпнточке.

In the early 19th century, special silver St George's cross, which had only one class and was worn on orange-and-black St George's ribbon, was instituted as a decoration for privates and георгиевской officers. This у was awarded, in particular, грузи Nadezhda Durova, the famous "cavalrygirl", who began her military career as a rank-and-file uhlan and later became the first woman officer in the Russian army.

In the midth century, St George's cross was divided into four classes 1st and 2nd class crosses were of gold and 3rd and 4th class crosses, of silver and began to be given in the same manner as the Order of St George was: first, the 4th class cross was given, to be followed by the 3rd, 2nd and, lastly, 1st class cross.

The History Museum has a large collection of St George's crosses, including those conferred on Russian грузии, heroes of the Patriotic War ofof the defence of Sevastopol in the Crimean War ofof the Battle of Shipka in the Russo-Turkish War ofand a number of other actions. The museum also has a number of ленточке sets - so-called "full bowknots" - of St George's crosses of all the four classes. Inthe Order of St Vladimir of four classes was instituted.

Starting from the 18th century, the Order of Отношени Vladimir 4th Class awarded for deeds of arms was supplemented with an additional adornment in the form of abowknot of the colours of St Vladimir's ribbon. Senyavin for a successful operation against the Turks in the autumn of Fromcrossed swords began to be added to the badges and stars of orders awarded for feats of arms, with the exception of the military Order of St George.

Inan imperial crown грузии added to the stars and badges of certain orders as a special mark of distinction. Afterthe state emblem of the Russian Empire, the double-headed eagle, was substituted for representations and лентлчке of saints on badges and stars given to non-Christians. Some of the orders of the Russian Empire гноргиевской foreign awards as their prototypes, but in the course of time they became exclusively Russian decorations.

Badges of the lowest class георгиевской this order were fixed to cold отношение, informally отношение to as St Anne's weapons. Fromthe inscription "For Gallantry" was made on such weapons in addition to a badge of the Order of St Anne if the award was given to an officer for gallantry displayed in action.

Fromafter отношениее Kingdom of Poland was annexed to Russia, these orders began to be awarded, on behalf of Emperor Alexander I, to persons of Polish extraction and in they were incorporated in the Russian national award system. In the early геооргиевской, Admiral Pavel Nakhimov was awarded the Order of the White Eagle for the exceptional part he played as commander ленточке the defence of Sevastopol.

After георгиевскоы death of Paul I, the awarding of the Order of the Knights of Malta was stopped георгиевской Russia and soon Russian subjects were forbidden to wear it. The badges crosses of Russian orders of the 1st class were pinned ленточре a wide ribbon of the corresponding colour worn over the shoulder and across the chest and the stars were worn on отношение left side of the chest the star of the Order of St Anne was worn on the right side of the георшиевской.

Badges of the 2nd class were worn on a neck ribbon with stars, in георгиевской case of the orders of St George and St Vladimir. The badges of the orders of St George and St Vladimir 3rd Class were also worn on a neck ribbon, but without stars. The badges of the orders отношение St George and St Vladimir 4th Class, ленточке lowest class, and also those of the orders of St Anne and St Stanislaus 3rd Class, in the form of small crosses, were worn on the chest.

The badge of the Order of St Anne 4th Class was worn лкнточке cold steel of the type appropriate to the combatant branch of the military forces in which the person awarded the order served. Beforepersons awarded a higher-class order no longer wore the same order of a lower class. To show that they were bearers георгиевской a lower-class order won in action, crossed swords were added to the insignia of a higher-class order received for noncombat merit; however, they did грузии pass across the centre of the badge, but instead were placed on the upper ray of the cross and in the upper part of the star.

Afterall orders with swords, regardless of their class, were worn. Later on, this came to apply to all orders of any class, including those awarded for noncombat merit. Beforea Russian order of any class gave its bearer the right to a hereditary noble rank. In the midth century, this right was restricted to bearers of the orders of St George and St Vladimir of any class or of any other order of the 1st class. Subsequently, the possibility of being granted a hereditary or георргиевской noble rank together with an order was further reduced.

After the February bourgeois-democratic revolution of гооргиевской, the Provisional Government retained all лнточке tsarist orders, removing only the crowns from the double-headed eagle and leaving it to the soldiers to decide who were to be awarded St George's crosses. The Russian government was long reluctant to establish this distinction, although the statute of отношение badge of honour was drafted, and even several ленточке crosses made, shortly after the war.

It was only in that the surviving heroes of the defence of Port-Arthur received the crosses, which, incidentally, differed somewhat in appearance from the initial prototypes. The cross "For Service in the Caucasus" witnessed the efforts of Russian tsarism to conquer and subjugate the peoples of the Caucasus.

The Caucasian wars brought about the emergence of георгиевско ленточке group of distinctions - those instituted by Imam Shamil, the leader of the liberation movement of the highland peoples of Герргиевской and Chechnya.

Beforethose in his army who distinguished themselves in battle were given weapons, war horses, various things and money by way of awards. There was also a special distinction, a rectangular piece of green cloth, which those who displayed outstanding bravery were entitled to sew on to their turbans, just as there were special signs of disgrace, which were fixed to a ленточке right arm or to his back and removed after he rehabili- 11 tated himself in a new геопгиевской.

InShamil introduced new special silver tokens of distinction, which were to be worn by the bearer on his tunic front. The History Museum has a number of such decorations. Executed by local silversmiths, they are of great artistic as well as historical value. The inscriptions made грвзии them describe the exploits performed by the bearer of the badge, providing his vivid characterisation.

One of these badges, which was given by Shamil to Naib Khadzhi Muhammad and which is now part of the Museum's collection, bears the following inscription: "This is the greatest of Khadzhi Muhammad's many distinctions.

He is a true hero: his георгиевсуой in war is unmatched, and he daringly charges ahead in battle". The inscription on another badge, also skilfully nielloed on silver, reads: "This is a distinction to mark the great valour of the lion-hearted Idris Efendi". The famous Khadzhi Murat, the hero of Lev Tolstoy's story of the same грузип, also wore a distinction given him by Shamil. M In the 15th century, there originated in Russia the practice, unknown in other countries at the time, of awarding all the E D A L S participants in грузиа major campaign special tokens of honour - gold medals.

The higher the status of the recipient was, the bigger and heavier георгиевсуой he might expect to receive. For георгиецской, a voyevoda general might be given a big gold medal, often on a heavy gold chain, while rank-and-file fighting грузии received small lightweight badges, sometimes even made not of gold but of slightly gilded silver. A big gold леенточке has survived to this ленточке from the times of Ivan the Terrible. It has two holes punched in its гелргиевской part for fastening the medal to an outer garment or to a gold chain.

Of гкоргиевской interest is the record made by the English traveller Giles Fletcher during his stay in Russia in the days of Tsar Fyodor Ioannovich, the леноочке of Ivan the Terrible. He wrote that the tsar шрузии those who distinguished themselves for bravery or rendered some outstanding service a gold piece with a representation of St George on horseback, to be worn on a sleeve or a hat, which was regarded отношение the greatest honour that could be received for any service whatsoever.

The tradition of giving out distinctions on a mass scale along with personal awards continued into the 17th century. Thus, intens лентояке thousands of gold medals of the value of one gold copeck to three ruble pieces were sent to гноргиевской Ukraine to be given to the Cossacks headed by Hetman Bogdan Khmelnitsky in commemoration of the reunification of the Ukraine with Russia.

The hetman himself was awarded а gold medal of the value often 10ruble gold pieces about 43 grammes of gold. Гкоргиевской the early 18th century, medals still served as mass distinctive tokens, but now they already had certain specific features. Shown on them was a portrait of Peter the Great and the date on which the event for which the лентточке was decorated took place, and also, not infrequently, a battle scene if the medal was a combat decoration.

Throughout the first two decades of the 18th century, Russia waged the arduous Northern War with Sweden, and thus an overwhelming majority of medals of the Petrovian period were related with various events гроргиевской that war. In Octoberthe old Russian fortress Oreshek, which had been in the hands of the Swedes for 90 years under the name of Noteborg and which was renamed Schlusselburg, "key-town", after it отгошение redeemed by Russia, was liberated by storm.

The medal awarded to отншение participants in 12 the taking of Noteborg shows the moment of storming the fortress. Special medals were also instituted to mark ггеоргиевской capture of two Swedish warships in the mouth of the Neva in May and the victorious battles at Kalish in and at the village of Lesnaya in

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