Sergeant Major of the Red Army Nikolai Kulik with his comrades

Sergeant Major of the Red Army Nikolai Kulik


Nikolai Ivanovich Kulik (rightmost, on the arm is a tattoo – the heart), was born on May 9, 1924 in the town of Lebedin, Sumy Region (Ukraine). He fought since 1943, liberated his hometown Lebedin, Hungary, Austria.
Sergeant-Major of the Red Army Nikolai Kulik finished military service in Romania in 1946.
He was a signalman, awarded the medals “For Courage”, “For Military Merit”, “For the liberation of Budapest”, the Order of the Patriotic War. He died in 1997.


Photo courtesy of Nikolai Kulik’s grandson – Valery Kulik.




Location: Romania
Date: November 1946

In : 1946

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