Ernykhov. Alexey. Nikitich. 1925-1953
Ernykhov. Alexey. Nikitich. 1925-1953
Ernykhov Alexey Nikitich
Years of life
In the documents of the Kazym Cultural Base of the post-war period, Alexey Nikitich’s surname was necessarily accompanied by a significant characteristic at that time – "front-line soldier". At the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, he finished 6 grades of the Kazym school (a member of the Komsomol), worked as a hunter. When Alexey Nikitich was 18 years old, he was called to the front on May 31, 1943 by the Mikoyanovsky District Military Commissariat. He arrived at military unit No. 20029 of the Omsk transit point between 25.06.1943 and 26.09.1943 (team number 58). The results of the first medical examination remained unknown, but during September 1943 until April 1944, Alexey Nikitich may have received military training and was part of the formed reserve regiment (military unit 1196 sd). In April 1944, he arrived at the Chelyabinsk military transit Commission, where on 11.04.1944 Alexey Nikitich passed another medical examination in hospital No. 1723 and was called by the decision of the commission for non-combat military service in the rear. By the Chelyabinsk military transit point between 11.04.1944 and 18.04.1944 Alexey Nikitich was sent to the Ural Tank Factory No. 183 (Nizhny Tagil, Sverdlovsk Oblast). Until the end of the war, he was part of the military team No. 2075. Information about the date of mobilization has not yet been found. After the war, Alexey Nikitich studied at the Salekhard Veterinary Technical School. He collected Khanty folklore already at school, and was responsible for the reading room (izba-chitalnya) in the village of Kislor for preparation of a wall newspaper, which was published in Russian and Khanty languages. In the family archive of V. N. Solovar, the notebook of her uncle, Alexey Nikitich, the eldest among N. I. Ernykhov's sons, has been preserved. Alexey Nikitich kept this dairy since 1946, when he entered the Salekhard Veterinary Technical School. The notebook contains the fairy tale "Imi-Khily". This piece of folklore is written in the Cyrillic alphabet, uses the л sign with an apostrophe to indicate the sound [ԓ].