Hi, I am in need of some guidance as this is a whole new area of research for me and I hope someone here can either help or point me in the right direction. Years ago I bought a Soviet Order of the Red Star and only fairly recently discovered it was possible to get them researched. It turns out that the chap was a Guards Junior Sergeant, Machine Gun team leader, in the 105th Guards Rifle Regiment. He was awarded his decoration for actions on the 11th of April, 1945 at Vienna. He crossed the Danube Canal under heavy machine gun and artillery fire and was one of the first across. He rushed a house being held by the enemy and killed a sniper. Later he took the place of one of his heavy machine gunners and brought fire to bear on a German MG nest. This covered the advance across the canal by his own troops and assisted in the capture of the train station, after which his unit reached the Danube River. I am having trouble finding any detailed maps or accounts of the fighting in the city. Everything I have or have found are very general and do not give any detail. I was hoping that there would be something online which would give even a detailed account or show maps of exactly where the 34th Guards Rifle Division was during the fighting or where his regiment was. I have tried translating the division's name into Russian and trying google searches, but it is always fairly vague or undetailed accounts. I even bought a book called Bloody Vienna, by Nevenkin, hoping this would provide the details I was after, but this has not been the case. Can anyone please suggest either a good website or detailed history of the action, or does anyone have any details about the regiment or division during the battle. I am very keen to try and establish which train station he was fighting in the vicinity of. Thank you for looking.