Bogatyr is a village in the Ugran district of the Smolensk region of Russia .
|Subject of the federation||Smolensk region|
|Municipal District||Ugransky District|
|History and Geography|
|Center height||201 m|
|Climate type||moderately continental|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||0 people ( 2007 )|
|Density||23.07 people / km²|
|Telephone code||+7 48137|
It is located in the eastern part of the region, 20 km north-east of the Ugra , at the highway P132 Vyazma - Kaluga - Tula - Ryazan . As of 2007, there is no permanent population in the village. It is part of the Znamensky rural settlement.
- 1 History
- 2 Attractions
- 3 notes
- 4 References
Until 1861, the owner village at the wells, 14 courtyards, 206 residents. In 1904, there were 48 courtyards in the village (315 inhabitants).
On October 6, 1941, near the village of Bogatyr, a battle took place in which the first in the Soviet Army battery of rocket artillery ( Katyusha ) captain I. A. Flerov was killed.
The villagers buried the dead and picked up the wounded, who managed to crawl into the swamp and shrubs in the dark. There were about thirty of them. Village doctor M.N. Bogatyrkov, teacher A.M. Eroshenkova, Komsomol members N. Eroshenkov - the teacher’s brother and N. Boykov bandaged the fighters, fed them, arranged everything in an empty house. The Germans, learning about the wounded, returned to the village, took them and shot them. A little later, they killed, at the denunciation of the traitor, the doctor and both Komsomol members. Only A.M. Eroshenkov managed to escape reprisal. [one]
- The obelisk (marble, architect Aptekin G.M., 1964) on a memorial site, not far from the village Bogatyr, where the battery of captain I. A. Flerov died.
In 1995, the search units discovered and reburied near the village of Bogatyr the remains of Ivan Andreevich Flerov and six of his comrades. At the place of detection of the remains (in the field) a memorial plate is installed.