Military paramedic of the Red Army Lyudmila Gumilina assists a wounded soldier

Military paramedic Lyudmila Gumilina

The commander of the sanitary platoon of the Guards separate machine-gun battalion of the 13th Guards Rifle Division, the military paramedic of the Red Army, Lyudmila Gumilina (b. 1923), provides assistance to the wounded Soviet soldier.

Lyudmila Georgievna Gumilina, after completing the nursing courses since October 1941, fought on the Crimean, Southern, Stalingrad, Don, Stepnoye, 2nd and 1st Ukrainian fronts. A military paramedic, from 1943 – Guard Lieutenant of the Medical Service, in the position of commander of the sanitary platoon participated in the Battle of Berlin. Lyudmila Gumilina was wounded three times, awarded the medal “For Courage” (November 28, 1942) and the Order of the Red Star (June 6, 1945).


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Location: Stalingrad, USSR
Date: November 17, 1942
Photo: Valentin Orlyankin

In : 1942

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