VETERANS OF PSLU
Akmalov Mikhail Ziyazovich (1924-1994)
Mikhail Ziyazovich began pedagogical activity in 1965 as an Associate Professor of Pedagogy of Pyatigorsk State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages. In 1970 he was appointed the dean of the English Department, a year later – the Vice Rector for academic work of the Institute. In this position he worked before retirement in 1986.
Mikhail Ziyazovich is a veteran of the Great Patriotic War, was called in the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army in March, 1942, became a cadet of General Military and Infantry School in Guryev upon termination in a rank of a lieutenant, commanded a troop of machine gunners. Participated in fights for liberation of Belarus, Lithuania, East Prussia. He was wounded, but in February, 1945 returned to service. In the spring of 1945 after a serious wound Mikhail Ziyazovich was on treatment in hospital in Kaunas (Lithuania) until the end of the war. Akmalov Mikhail Ziyazovich was awarded medals of the Patriotic War of the II degree, the Battle Red flag; medals "For courage", "For a victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945", and also a number of anniversary medals.
Having returned from the front, he was an employee of Fight Department on children's homelessness and neglect at the Internal Affairs Ministry of Grozny Oblast. Then Mikhail Ziyazovich worked in the Ministry of Home Security in Grozny, was an inspector of schools of the Grozny regional Department of National Education.
Bychkov Alexey Vasilyevich (1924-1987)
In 1944, being a young man, Alexey Vasilyevich decided to devote himself to learning foreign languages and entered Pyatigorsk State Pedagogical Institute, English section of the Foreign Languages Department. After the graduation from the Institute he worked as an English teacher at school and a lecturer of English in PSPI. In 1958 he was appointed the Dean of Foreign Languages Department.
In October, 1975 A.V. Bychkov was confirmed to a post of the Vice Rector for academic work of PSPIFL. Two years later, he was appointed to a position of the Vice Rector for scientific work of PSPIFL. In February, 1986 he decided to quit the post.
Alexey Vasilyevich is a veteran of the Great Patriotic War. In July, 1941 he voluntary joined the Red Army and he was sent to the Second Sumy Artillery School. Participated in fights on the Kaliningrad and Western fronts, he was sent to Krasnoyarsk in the Kiev Artillery School and graduated from it in the lieutenant's rank. In 1943 A.V. Bychkov became a commander of the fire troop in a separate artillery division of mechanized crew on the Steppe front. In August, 1943 Alexey Vasilyevich was wounded, considered the disabled person and he was sent to Pyatigorsk. Alexey Vasilyevich was awarded the medal "For a Victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945.", an award of the Red Star, anniversary medals.