Agzam Kamalovich Kamaletdinov was born on January 21, 1918, in the village of Utyamesh, Apastovsky region, Tatar ASSR, in the family of a poor peasant. Being one of the diligent and inquisitive students, Kamal showed a special interest in literature while still in school, composing his poems for children. His first student poem was written in 1933 on the day of the death of the poet X. Taktash. Since that day Kamal, encouraged by the teachers and students, wrote more and more poems that were published in the student handwritten magazine "Young Feathers" ("Yash Kalemner").In 1934, after graduating from school, Kamal came to Kazan and entered the College of Finance and Economics. There he joined Lenin's Komsomol. In 1937, after graduating successfully from college, Kamal was appointed to work in his profession in the Takanyshskiy district of the TASSR. From 1938-1939, Kamal worked on the editorial boards of the magazine "Chayan" and the newspaper "Kyzyl Tatarstan".On arrival in Kazan Kamal is among the young and beginning authors. His verses were published one after another in the "Kyzyl Tatarstan", "Yash Leninchi", "Yash Stalinists" newspapers, "Azat Khatin", "Sovet Edebiyaty", "Pioner kalame" and other magazines. His first poetry collection "Let the flag shake" was published in 1938 and the second one - "The song near the monument" - in 1939. The Army and the War. Since 1939 Kamal served in the Red Army. Here he takes a preparatory course and promotes to the rank of junior commander. From the very first days of the Great Patriotic War Kamal with a weapon in his hands stands up to defend his homeland. In one of the battles, he was wounded, but after the hospital, he returned to the front. He was sent to a military school. After graduation, officer Agzam Kamal is sent to the Stalingrad front. For his fighting feats, for the heroism and courage displayed in the repulsion of the enemy, Kamal repeatedly received thanks for the command. Contribution to literature Deep lyricism pervades the poem "Flower Girl" written under the strong influence of folk art. It tells the story of the joyless plight of a young girl whose need and deprivation are forced all day to wander the streets of the city, offering flowers for a pittance. In her hard times, the girl is sustained by her ardent love for her fiancé. The great October brings to Zukhra and Samat, as too many of their coevals, joy, and happiness, create all conditions necessary for the full life of youth. The poem "Flower Girl" is read easily, with great interest, and leaves a deep mark in the memory of readers. During the Great Patriotic War, Kanal wrote poems imbued with patriotic ideas. Many of them were published on the pages of front-line newspapers and national periodicals ("Spring", "Bridge", "Destroyer", "Captive", "Armored Train", etc.). Kamal's poems of the war years were included in the collection of young writers who died at the front of the Great Patriotic War ("The Song Continues", 1956), and articles by S. Shakir "Agzam Kamal" ("Soviet Edebiyata", 1956, #8), F. Husni "Lyrics of War Years" ("Soviet Edebiyata", 1942, #4) and others are dedicated to Kamal's creative work. Death Devoted son of the homeland A. Kamal died a brave death on May 16, 1943.