Talgat Bigeldinov bust
Bigeldinov Talgat Yakubekovich — strafer of the 144th guards assault aviation regiment, 9th guards assault aviation division, 5th air army.
The title of Hero of the Soviet Union (and the order of Lenin and medal “gold Star” (No. 4619) ) guard Lieutenant Begeldinov T. Y. has on 26 October 1944 for bravery and martial skills shown during the liberation of cities Znamenka, Kirovograd. For personally shooting down 4 enemy planes in air battles and effective assistance to ground troops when entering the state border of the USSR. The second gold Star medal (No. 6554) of the guards captain Bigeldinov T. Ya. awarded on June 27, 1945 for skilful leadership of the squadron and combat exploits during the storming of enemy troops and equipment in the battles for the cities of Krakow, Oppeln (Opole), Katowice, Breslau (Wroclaw) and Berlin. T. Bigeldinov – participant of the Victory parade on June 24, 1945 in Moscow.
A bust of the hero’s memory was installed at the entrance to the walk of Fame at the intersection of Abay and Momyshuly streets in Kokshetau on the 55th anniversary of the great Victory-may 9, 2000. Authors: sculptor Tleu Binasi, architect E. sh. Ualikhanov. The pedestal and stylobate are made of granite, the bust is made of bronze. The height of the bust is 1.2 m, the pedestal is 3.2 m.