Русские в Австралии
Kаждый год 26 января Австралия празднует День Австралии. В этот день (и на день рождения королевы в июне), начиная с 1975 года, вручаются награды выдающимся австралийцам за их достижения и вклад в общество. Наиболее известными наградами являются ордена Австралии. Они имеют четыре уровня:
- Companion (AC) за достижения и заслуги наивысшей степени (квота 35 медалей в год)
- Офицер (АО) за службу высокой степени (квота 140 в год)
- Член (AM) за заслуги в определенном месте проживания/области деятельности или определенной группе (квота 340 в год)
- Медаль (ОАМ) за достижения, заслуживающие особого признания. (OAM – нет квоты)
И мы с гордостью представляем вам 59 наград, предоставленных австралийцам с русским наследием, рожденным в Австралии или за рубежом. Поиск награжденний постоянно продолжается. Если вам известно имя человека, отсутствующего в этом списке, напишите нам пожалуйста по адресу – firstname.lastname@example.org
Бригер Андрей Владимирович
No citation. Born in 1922, Berlin, Germany. Son of Vladimer de Briger and Zenaide, Countess Soumarokaff-Elston. Briger was born “in transit” in Berlin in 1920 to Russian parents fleeing the Bolsheviks. / https://www.sydneyaldermen.com.au/alderman/andrew-briger/
Карцов Михаил Евгеньевич
Kartzoff Michael Eugene
NSW For service to the community./ https://www.anbg.gov.au/biography/kartzoff-michael-eugene.html
Шкловский Григорий Абрамович
Dr Grigorij Abramovitch SKLOVSKY
AM QB 1980. FOR SERVICE IN THE FIELD OF RADIO BROADCASTING/О нем можно больше узнать в книге Nicholson, John, A long road home : the life and times of Grisha Sklovsky, Australian Scholarly Printing, North Melbourne, 2009 https://tinyurl.com/yd7rectt
For service in the field of ethnic affairs
Commander Peter James BOBROFF
In recognition of service to the RAN, particularly in the area of research into Naval Combat Data Systems
For public service and service to education/ Australian public servant and educationist, who is considered the founder of the technical and further education (TAFE) system after he conducted an inquiry into technical education in Australia on behalf of the Whitlam Government. Kangan also founded the Jewish Centre on Ageing in Sydney, for elderly members of the Jewish community to continue living in a traditional manner outside of nursing homes.
Березовская Марина Георгиевна (Нарбут)
In recognition of service to ballet, VIC./ https://tinyurl.com/ty7hhbs
Лебедев Валерий Леонидович
Lebedew Walkiri Valery Walter
For service to volleyball. Secretary of South Australia Volleyball Association 1961-79, President 1979-86. in 2016 was appointed as coach of the men’s Volleyroos for the next two years. Also wrote a book “Russia – The Land of my Forefathers ” http://www.volleyballaustralia.org.au/post/coup-for-volleyball-australia-as-lebedew-announced-as-volleyroos-coach
Madam Kira Abricossova BOUSLOFF
In recognition of service to ballet
Christesen Nina Mikhailovna
In recognition of service to education, particularly to the study of Slavic language and culture. Born 1911, St Petersburg
For service to community particularly the elderly/ http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/nasielski-ksenia-27035
Ребиков Виктор Александрович
Rebikoff Victor Alexander
For service to migrants/
Mr Alex Leo MOROKOFF
FOR SERVICE TO SECONDARY INDUSTRY AND AS CHAIRMAN OF THE PARLIAMENT HOUSE CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY
Triguboff Harry Oscar/
For service to building and construction and for philanthropy
Churkin Michael Nicholas
In recognition of service to the Russian community/
Mr George PRIDANNIKOFF
FOR PUBLIC SERVICE AND FOR SERVICE TO MIGRANT ASSISTANCE
Протопопов Михаил Алексеевич
Protopopov Michael Alex
For service to the Russian community
Муценко-Якунина Клавдия Николаевна
Mutsenko-Yakounin Klavdia Nikolaevna
For service to the Russian community http://www.russiansinaustralia.org.au/en/roll-of-honour/klavdiia-nikolaevna-mutcenko-iakunina/
Mr Anatole ZAKROCZYMSKI
For service to the Russian community
Mr Boris SVERDLOFF
FOR SERVICE TO CHARITABLE AND COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS
Commander George Michael NEKRASOV, (Ret’d)
For service to the Russian community. Commander R.A.N. (Retired), Passed away at Frankston on October 19, 2016./http://www.davidmorris.org.au/MediaCentre/Speeches/tabid/69/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/2080/Commander-George-Nekrasov-RAN-Retd-OAM.aspx AND http://www.unification.com.au/articles/read/3508/?lang=ru
Warrant Officer Class Two Charles Thomas TOURNOFF
FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO THE AUSTRALIAN ARMY PARTICULARLY IN THE FIELD OF TRAINING AT THE SCHOOL OF ARMY AVIATION AUSTRALIAN DAY
Егоров Вадим Сергеевич
Jegorow Wadim (Bill)
For service to the community, in particular to multiculturalism and local government . http://www.russiansinaustralia.org.au/en/roll-of-honour/vadim-sergeevich-egorov/
Mr Anatol KAREL
For service to the Russian community in Melbourne, particularly through the St John of Kronstadt -Russian welfare society, the Russian Orthodox church, and in the field of ethnic broadcasting.
For service to science nationally and internationally, particularly as a leader in the development of ultrasonic imaging as a non-invasive diagnostic tool in Medicine. Born in 1935, Shanghai
Макеева Тамара Николаевна
For service to the Russian Orthodox community, and to the Ethnic Communities Council of the ACT./
Triguboff Harry Oscar
For service to the community as a philanthropist and to the residential construction industry
For service to music as a composer, musicologist, pianist and educator. Lazar “Larry” Sitsky Larry Sitsky was born in Tientsin, China, of Russian-Jewish émigré parents. https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D0%B8%D1%86%D0%BA%D0%B8,_%D0%9B%D0%B0%D1%80%D1%80%D0%B8
Mrs Dorothy KORESHOFF
For service to horticulture, particularly the art of Bonsai in Australia.
Дукин Александр Павлович
For service to the Russian community, particularly through the construction of the St John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Church in Canberra.Born July 23, 1925; died September 10, 2015/
For service to multiculturalism and to the Russian community in Queensland.
Branch Archimandrite George
For service to the Russian community of Melbourne, particularly through the support services of the Russian Catholic Centre.
PSM(Public service medal)
Шароглазов Олег Аполлонович
Sharoglazov Oleg Apollonovich
For outstanding public service, particularly engineering services to the diagnostic pathology services.
Гришин Александр Дмитриевич
Grishin Alexander Dmitrievich
For service to the visual arts and to contemporary Australian artists as an educator, critic and writer, and as an art historian. Art historian, academic and art critic. Alexander Dmitrievich (Sasha) Grishin established the Fine Arts Program at the Australian National University in 1977 which became the Department of Art History in 1987. He has written several major books on Australian artists and has been The Canberra times art critic since 1977. He was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities in 2004 and was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 2005 for service to the visual arts and to contemporary Australian artists as an educator, critic and writer, and as an art historian. https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/grishin-s
Mr Eugene ZUBRYN
For service to the Russian community of Melbourne in support of cultural, welfare, church and children’s organisations.
Репин Георгий Дмитриевич
Repin George Dimitri
For service to medicine, particularly through the Australian Medical Association, to the development of post graduate education, and to medico-legal and professional organisations.
Mr Alexander ILYIN
For service to the Russian community, particularly through cultural, arts, educational and children’s organisations.
For service to the law through a range of judicial and administrative roles with Victorian, national and Asia-Pacific bodies, and to education through the University of Melbourne./
Dr David KOMESAROFF
(Award wef 26 September 2006)For service to medicine as an anaesthetist, particularly through innovations in the areas of pain relief and resuscitation and the training of rural general practitioners.
Mrs Lydia CHARLAMOW
For service to the Russian community of Victoria.
Public Service Medal
Митропольская Нина Александровна
Ms Nina Alexandrovna MITROPOLSKAYA
For outstanding public service in facilitating trade and investment opportunities for Australian businesses in Russia and strengthening the Australia-Russia bilateral relationship.
Хрипко Александр Сергеевич
Mr Alexander Sergei HUGHES
For service to the Russian community of New South Wales.
Mr Victor KOVALENKO
For service to sport, particularly as the national head coach of the Australian Olympic Sailing team./
For eminent service to the people of Victoria, to the advancement of higher education, particularly the development of academic and administrative programs at the University of Melbourne, through the establishment of the Australia India Institute, and to the judiciary./
For significant service to the community through philanthropic contributions to organisations supporting the arts, health, and education. Hintze was born in Harbin and came to Australia with his parents after World War 2. His grandparents fled from Russia after the 1917 Revolution./
Ms Jennie GEORGE
For distinguished service to industrial relations, to the Parliament of Australia, and to the community.
Mrs Rimma SVERDLIN
For service to the Jewish community.
Professor Paul Alter KOMESAROFF
For significant service to ethics in medicine as a physician, researcher and philosopher.
Ms Tamara WINIKOFF
For service to the visual arts.
Briger Andrew Alexander
For distinguished service to the arts, particularly to orchestral music performance as a leading conductor, and as founder of the Australian World Orchestra. Born 1969, Sydney/
Mr Alexander BAYKITCH
For significant service to the law in the field of international commercial arbitration, and to professional legal organisations.
Dr Alexander ZELINSKY
For distinguished service to defence science and technology, to systems engineering, and to education as an academic and researcher./
For distinguished service to the arts as a composer and concert pianist, to music education as a researcher and mentor, and through musical contributions to Australia’s contemporary culture.
Dr Natalie H M JEREMIJENKO
For distinguished service to the arts, and to higher education, as an academic, through pioneering contributions to architecture, technology, the sciences, and engineering, and to rural and urban design./
Professor Katherine BELOV
For distinguished service to higher education, particularly to comparative genomics, as an academic and researcher.
Professor Andrew Victor BIANKIN
For distinguished service to medical research, and to the treatment of pancreatic cancer, as a clinician-scientist/врач Андрей Бянкин, специалист в области лечения рака поджелудочной железы, работающий сейчас в Великобритании
Ms Yelena ILYIN
For service to the Russian community of Melbourne/