During World War II, a Soviet army rescued a six-year-old boy from the woods who had lost his family, and unexpectedly, such a young child accomplished a feat.
He was Sergei Aleshikov, the little hero of the Soviet Union.
Sergey hardly resembles a six-year-old, he has quite keen observation and unparalleled courage. On the battlefield, he volunteered to follow the soldiers, helping them deliver mail and other items.
On the way to the mission, Sergei found traces of German soldiers hiding, he immediately returned to report, the regiment commander Mikhail also trusted him, and immediately sent people to deal with it.
They quickly caught two German Nazis from the haystack, and Sergei also harvested radio transmitters nearby.
Sergey's bravery is more than that. German artillery destroyed Soviet telephone lines, and the soldiers Mikhail sent to connect were killed.
Just when the Soviet army was in trouble, a six-year-old boy answered the phone, and it turned out that Sergei quietly crawled along the wire, found the broken wire and picked it up.
Mikhail asked him in shock: "Aren't you afraid?" Sergei said with a resolute look in his eyes: "I am already a soldier, this is what I should do." ”
Sergei was born in 1936 in the wooded area of the Kaluga region, and at a very young age he had no father, and the family relied on his mother to support him.
When World War II broke out, the Soviet people bravely resisted the fascist invasion, and Sergei's two brothers resolutely stepped on the front line, leaving only two young children and a weak mother at home.
In 1941, when the place where they lived was broken into by brutal German invaders, the people of the village united in resistance, secretly doing the task of assisting the Soviet army, only to be discovered by the Nazis and arrested.
The red-eyed German army washed the entire village in blood, and Sergei's mother and brother died tragically in a pool of blood, and Sergei, who witnessed all this, could not do anything.
Since then, Sergei's young heart has planted a seed to become stronger, but fortunately a neighbor's aunt sacrificed his life to protect him, and Sergei escaped to save his life.
The village where he lived for six years was burned clean by fire, and since then Sergei has no one to rely on, he has to leave the land on which he depends, wandering alone, and a six-year-old child has become a rootless duckweed, and the war brings only destruction!
Because Sergei is too young and lacks the ability to survive in the wild, the food he can find in the forest is very limited, and those wild fruits and streams are difficult to give the body enough calories and nutrients.
The cold wind was gloomy, the clothes were not covered, and the result can be imagined, Sergei finally fainted uncontrollably. Fortunately, Soviet soldiers on patrol found him and brought him back to the camp, where Sergei received food and warmth.
Mikhail recalls indignantly how he looked when he first saw Sergei, his thin body trembling and majestic, and he couldn't contain his anger and wanted to rush to the front to fight the fascists.
Life in the camp gave Sergei a rather pleasant time, his optimistic attitude and innocent smile infected every soldier, and everyone quickly accepted him.
But it is not good for young children to stay on the battlefield, and the commander intends to send Sergei to safety. Sergei rejected Mikhail's offer and begged Mikhail to let him stay.
After several hesitations, Mikhail agreed to him and adopted him as an adopted son, and six-year-old Sergei felt the warmth of family again, and the next day he received Sergei's exclusive custom military uniform, and he officially became a member of the army since then.
In 1942, Sergei fought in the Battle of Stalingrad, he rescued the officers buried in the bunker, and a little child had such determination and courage to move forward.
Because of Sergei's rescue on the battlefield, in 1943, General Trykov awarded Sergei the Medal of Merit and personally presented him with a Browning pistol.
In troubled times, duckweed is finally determined, and the child can still protect the family and country. #历史 #
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