Chronicle of war:

Front Commanders



Joseph Apanasenko


Joseph Apanasenko

1890–1943

 

 

 

Far Eastern Front January 14, 1941 – April 25, 1943
General of the Army (1941). Joseph Apanasenko (1890-1943), Russian, a peasant worker, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1916), The Workers' and Peasants' Red Army (since 1917); education: Frunze Military Academy (1932); before the Revolution he was a praporshchik (a warrant officer), during the Civil War – a division commander.
 



Pavel Artemiev


Pavel Artemiev

1897–1979

 

 

 

 
Mozhaysk line of defense
Moscow reserve front
Moscow defense zone
 
July 18, 1941 - July 30, 1941
October 9, 1941 - October 12, 1941
December 3, 1941 - October 1, 1943
Colonel-General (1942) Pavel Artemiev (1897-1979), Russian, a peasant worker, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1920), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1938), spoke the Polish language; before the Revolution was a junior non-commissioned officer; in the Civil War – a regiment’s commissar.
 



Ivan Bagramyan


Ivan Bagramyan

1897–1982

 

 

 

 
1st Baltic Front
3rd Belorussian Front
 
November 20, 1943 - February 24, 1945
April 27, 1945 - August 15, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1955), Ivan Bagramyan (1897-1982), Armenian, a servant, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1941), the Red Army (since 1920); education: General Staff Academy (1938), before the Revolution he was a warrant officer; during the Civil War – a regimental commander. Double hero of the Soviet Union (1944, 1977).
 



Ivan Bogdanov


Ivan Bogdanov

1898–1942

 

 

 

Front Army Reserve
July 14, 1941 – July 29, 1941
Lieutenant-General (1942). Ivan Bogdanov (1898-1942); the Red Army (since 1918). Military education he received at Frunze Military Academy, graduating in 1933. From 1935 to 1939 in the apparatus of the Peoples’ Commissariat of Internal Affairs of the Soviet Union. Since the beginning of the Great Patriotic War he was appointed Commander of the Front Army Reserve.
 



Semyon Budyonny


Semyon Budyonny

1883–1973

 

 

 

 
Reserve Front
The North-Caucasus Front
 
September 13, 1941 – October 8, 1941
May 20, 1942 – September 3, 1942
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1935). Semyon Budyonny (1883-1973), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1932); before the Revolution was a senior non-commissioned officer; during the Civil War – a commander. Triple Hero of the Soviet Union (1958, 1963, 1968).
 



Alexander Vasilevsky


Alexander Vasilevsky

1895–1977

 

 

 

 
3rd Belorussian Front
 
February 20, 1945 – April 26, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1943). Alexander Vasilevsky (1895-1977), Russian, a servant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1938), the Red Army (since 1919); education: General Staff Academy (1937), spoke German; before the Revolution he was a captain; during the Civil War – assistant commander of a regiment. Double hero of the Soviet Union (1944, 1945).
 



Nikolay Vatutin


Nikolay Vatutin

1901–1944

 

 

 

 
Voronezh Front
South-East Front
Voronezh Front
1st Ukrainian Front
 
July 14, 1942 – October 22, 1942
October 25, 1942 – March 27, 1943
March 28, 1943 – October 20, 1943
October 20, 1943 – March 2, 1944
General of the Army (1943). Nikolay Vatutin (1901-1944), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1921), the Red Army (since 1920); education: General Staff Academy (1937), spoke English; during the Civil War he was a section commander. Hero of the Soviet Union (1965). Was killed in action.
 



Kliment Voroshilov


Kliment Voroshilov

1891–1969

 

 

 

 
Leningrad Front
 
September 5, 1941 – September 12, 1941
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1935). Kliment Voroshilov (1891-1969), Russian, a worker, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1903), the Red Army (since 1918); education: No; during the Civil War he was a member of the Military Council. Double hero of the Soviet Union (1956, 1968). Hero of Socialist Labour (1960).
 



Leonid Govorov


Leonid Govorov

1897–1955

 

 

 

Leningrad Front
June 10, 1942 – July 24, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1944). Leonid Govorov (1897-1955), Russian, a servant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1942), the Red Army (since 1920); education: General Staff Academy (1938), spoke German; before the Revolution he was an ancient; during the Civil War – assistant commander of an artillery battalion. Hero of the Soviet Union (1945).
 



Philipp Golikov


Philipp Golikov

1900–1980

 

 

 

 
Bryansk (II) Front
Voronezh Front
Voronezh Front
 
April 2, 1942 – July 7, 1942
July 9, 1942 – July 14, 1942
October 22, 1942 – March 28, 1943
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1961). Philipp Golikov (1900-1980), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), The Workers' and Peasants' Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1933); during the Civil War he was a political instructor.
 



Vasily Gordov


Vasily Gordov

1896–1951

 

 

 

Stalingrad Front July 23, 1942 – August 12, 1942
Colonel-General (1943). Vasily Gordov (1896-1951), Russian, a peasant worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), The Workers' and Peasants' Red Army (since 1917); education: Frunze Military Academy (1932), spoke English; before the Revolution he was a senior non-commissioned officer; during the Civil War – a regimental commander. Hero of the Soviet Union (1945).
 



Andrey Yeryomenko


Andrey Yeryomenko

1892–1970

 

 

 

Western Front
Western Front
Bryansk Front
Stalingrad (I) Front
South-Eastern Front
Stalingrad (II) Front
Southern (II) Front
Kalinin Front
1st Baltic Front
2nd Baltic Front
4th Ukrainian (II) Front
June 30, 1941 – July 2, 1941
July 19, 1941 – July 29, 1941
August 16, 1941 – October 13, 1941
August 13, 1942 – September 30, 1942
August 7, 1942 – September 30, 1942
September 30, 1942 – December 31, 1942
January 1, 1943 – February 2, 1943
April 25, 1943 –October 20, 1943
October 20, 1943 – November 19, 1943
April 23, 1944 – February 4, 1945
March 26, 1945 – July 31, 1945
 

Marshal of the Soviet Union (1955). Andrey Yeryomenko (1892-1970), Ukrainian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), The Workers' and Peasants' Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1935), spoke English; before the Revolution he was a regimental head of reconnaissance officers; during the Civil War – a Chief of the regiment staff. Hero of the Soviet Union (1944).
 



Mikhail Yefremov


Mikhail Yefremov

1897–1942

 

 

 

Central (I) Front
August 7, 1941 – August 25, 1941
Lieutenant-General (1940). Mikhail Yefremov (1897-1942), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), The Workers' and Peasants' Red Army (since 1917); education: Frunze Military Academy (1933); before the Revolution he was a junior non-commissioned officer; during the Civil War – a division commander.
 



Georgy Zhukov


Georgy Zhukov

1896–1974

 

 

 

Reserve (I) Front
Leningrad Front
Reserve (I) Front
Western Front
1st Ukrainian Front
1st Belorussian (II) Front
July 30, 1941 – September 12, 1941
September 13, 1941 – October 10, 1941
October 8, 1941 – October 12, 1941
October 13, 1941 – August 26, 1942
March 2, 1944 – May 24, 1944
November 16, 1944 – June 10, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1943). Georgy Zhukov (1896-1974), Russian, a peasant worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), the Red Army (since 1918); education: commander’s courses (1930); before the Revolution was a junior non-commissioned officer; during the Civil War – a squadron commander.
 



Georgy Zakharov


Georgy Zakharov

1897–1957

 

 

 

Bryansk (I) Front
2nd Belorussian (II) Front
October 14, 1941 – November 10, 1941
June 7, 1944 – November 17, 1944
General of the Army (1944). Georgy Zakharov (1897-1957), Russian, a peasant servant, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), The Workers' and Peasants' Red Army (since 1919); education: General Staff Academy (1939), spoke German; before the Revolution he was a pre-ancient, during the Civil War – a squadron commander.
 



Mikhail Kirponos


Mikhail Kirponos

1892–1941

 

 

 

South-Western Front
June 22, 1941 – September 20, 1941
Colonel-General (1941). Mikhail Kirponos (1892-1941), Ukrainian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1927); during the Civil War he was a regimental commander. Hero of the Soviet Union (1941). Was killed in action in the summer of 1941 not far from Kiev.
 



Mikhail Kovalyov


Mikhail Kovalyov

1897–1967

 

 

 

Transbaikalian Front
June 19, 1941 – July 12, 1945
Colonel-General (1943). Mikhail Kovalyov (1897-1967), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1927), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1924); before the Revolution was a staff captain; during the Civil War – a brigade commander.
 



Dmitry Kozlov


Dmitry Kozlov

1896–1967

 

 

 

Transcaucasian Front
Caucasian Front
The Crimean Front
August 23, 1941 – December 30, 1941
December 30, 1941 – January 28, 1942
January 28, 1942 – May 19, 1942
Lieutenant-General (1943). Dmitry Kozlov (1896-1967); Russian, a servant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1928), spoke English; before the Revolution was a warrant officer; during the Civil War – a regimental commander.
 



Ivan Konev


Ivan Konev

1897–1973

 

 

 

Western Front
Kalinin Front
Western Front
North-Western Front
Steppe Front
2nd Ukrainian Front
1st Ukrainian Front
September 12, 1941 – October 12, 1941
October 19, 1941 – August 26, 1942
August 26, 1942 – February 27, 1943
March 14, 1943 – June 22, 1943
July 9, 1943 – October 20, 1943
October 20, 1943 – May 21, 1944
May 24, 1944 – June 10, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1944), Ivan Konev (1897-1973), Russian, a peasant, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1934), before the Revolution he was a firework worker; during the Civil War – an army staff commander. Double hero of the Soviet Union (1944, 1945).
 



Fyodor Kostenko


Fyodor Kostenko

1896–1942

 

 

 

South-Western (I) Front
December 18, 1941 – April 8, 1942
Lieutenant-General (1940). Fyodor Kostenko (1896-1942); Ukrainian, unknown originals; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1921), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Academic courses (1941); participated in the Civil War.
 



Fyodor Kuznetsov


Fyodor Kuznetsov

1898–1961

 

 

 

North-Western Front
Central (I) Front
June 22, 1941 - July 3, 1941
July 26, 1941 – August 7, 1941
Colonel-General (1941) Fyodor Kuznetsov (1898-1961), Russian, a peasant, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1939), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1926), spoke the French language; before the Revolution he was a warrant officer; during the Civil War – a regiment’s commander.
 



Pavel Kurochkin


Pavel Kurochkin

1900–1989

 

 

 

North-Western Front
North-Western Front
2nd Belorussian Front
August 23, 1941 – October 5, 1942
June 23, 1943 – November 20, 1943
February 24, 1944 – April 5, 1944
General of the Army (1945). Pavel Kurochkin (1900-1989), Russian, a worker, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1920), The Red Army (since 1918); education: General Staff Academy (1940), spoke English; before the Revolution he was an officer, during the Civil War – a regimental commander. Hero of the Soviet Union (1945).
 



Rodion Malinovsky


Rodion Malinovsky

1897–1967

 

 

 

Southern (I) Front
Southern (II) Front
South-Western (II) Front
3rd Ukrainian Front
2nd Ukrainian Front
Transbaikalian Front
December 24, 1941 – July 28, 1942
February 2, 1943 – March 22, 1943
March 27, 1943 – October 20, 1943
October 20, 1943 – May 15, 1944
May 22, 1944 – June 10, 1945
July 12, 1945 – October 1, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1944), Rodion Malinovsky (1897-1967), Ukrainian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1926), the Red Army (since 1919); education: Frunze Military Academy (1930), spoke French; before the Revolution he was a lance-corporal; during the Civil War – Head of machine-gun platoon. Double hero of the Soviet Union (1945, 1958).
 



Ivan Maslennikov


Ivan Maslennikov

1900–1954

 

 

 

The North-Caucasian (II) Front
3rd Baltic Front
January 24, 1943 – May 13, 1943
April 21, 1944 – October 16, 1944
General of the Army (1944). Ivan Maslennikov (1900-1954), Russian, a worker, the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1924), The Red Army (since 1917); education: Frunze Military Academy (1935); during the Civil War he was a regimental commander. Hero of the Soviet Union (1945).
 



Kirill Meretskov


Kirill Meretskov

1898–1968

 

 

 

Volkhov (I) Front
Volkhov (II) Front
Karelian Front
Seaside group of armies
1st Far Eastern Front
December 17, 1941 - April 23, 1942
June 8, 1942 – February 15, 1944
February 22, 1944 – November 15, 1944
April 15, 1945 – August 4, 1945
August 5, 1945 – October 1, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1944), Kirill Meretskov (1898-1968), Russian, a servant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1917), the Red Army (since 1918); education: The Red Army Higher Academy (1921); before the Revolution he was an officer; during the Civil War – Staff Head of a brigade. Hero of the Soviet Union (1940).
 



Dmitry Pavlov


Dmitry Pavlov

1899–1941

 

 

 

Western Front
June 22, 1941 – June 30, 1941
General of the Army (1941). Dmitry Pavlov (1899-1941), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), The Workers' and Peasants' Red Army (since 1919); education: Frunze Military Academy (1928); before the Revolution he was a common soldier, during the Civil War – assistant commander of the regiment. Hero of the Soviet Union (1937). He was shot by sentence of the military tribunal in July 1941.
 



Ivan Petrov


Ivan Petrov

1896–1958

 

 

 

The North-Caucasian (II) Front
2nd Belorussian (II) Front
4th Ukrainian Front
May 13, 1943 – November 20, 1943
April 24, 1944 – June 6, 1944
August 5, 1944 – March 26, 1945
General of the Army (1944). Ivan Petrov (1896-1958), Russian, a servant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), The Red Army (since 1918); education: Military Academy (1931); before the Revolution he was a warrant officer, during the Civil War – a brigade commissar. Hero of the Soviet Union (1945).
 



Markian Popov


Markian Popov

1902–1969

 

 

 

Northern Front
Leningrad Front
Reserve (III) Front
Bryansk (III) Front
Baltic Front
2nd Baltic Front
2nd Baltic Front
June 24, 1941 – August 26, 1941
August 27, 1941 – September 5, 1941
April 10, 1943 – April 15, 1943
June 6, 1943 – October 10, 1943
October 15, 1943 – October 20, 1943
October 20, 1943 – April 23, 1944
February 4, 1945 – February 9, 1945
General of the Army (1953). Markian Popov (1902-1969), Russian, a servant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1921), The Red Army (since 1920); education: Frunze Military Academy (1936), spoke English; during the Civil War he was a platoon commander. Hero of the Soviet Union (1965).
 



Maksim Purkaev


Maksim Purkaev

1894–1953

 

 

 

Kalinin Front
Far Eastern Front
2nd Far Eastern Front
August 26, 1942 – April 25, 1943
April 25, 1943 – August 4, 1945
August 5, 1945 – October 1, 1945
General of the Army (1944). Maksim Purkaev (1894-1953), Mordovian, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), The Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1936), spoke German and French; before the Revolution he was a warrant officer, during the Civil War – a regimental commander.
 



Max Reiter


Max Reiter

1886–1950

 

 

 

Bryansk (II) Front
Reserve (II) Front
Kursk Front
Oryol Front
Bryansk (III) Front
September 28, 1942 –March 12, 1943
March 12, 1943 – March 23, 1943
March 23, 1943 – March 27, 1943
March 27, 1943 – March 28, 1943
March 28, 1943 – June 5, 1943
Colonel-General (1943) Max Reiter (1886-1950), Latvian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1922), the Red Army (since 1919); education: Frunze Military Academy (1935), spoke the German language; before the Revolution was a colonel; during the Civil War – a regimental commander.
 



Konstantin Rokossovsky


Konstantin Rokossovsky

1896–1968

 

 

 

Bryansk (II) Front
The Don Front
Central (II) Front
Belorussian (I) Front
1st Belorussian Front
Belorussian (II) Front
1st Belorussian (II) Front
2nd Belorussian (II) Front
July 14, 1942 – September 27, 1942
September 30, 1942 – February 15, 1943
February 15, 1943 – October 20, 1943
October 20, 1943 – February 23, 1944
February 24, 1944 – April 5, 1944
April 6, 1944 – April 16, 1944
April 16, 1944 – November 16, 1944
November 17, 1944 – June 10, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1944), Konstantin Rokossovsky (1896-1968), Pole, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), the Red Army (since 1917); education: Military Academy (1921), spoke German; before the Revolution he was a non-commissioned officer; during the Civil War – a regimental commander. Double Hero of the Soviet Union (1944, 1945).
 



Dmitry Ryabyshev


Dmitry Ryabyshev

1894–1985

 

 

 

Southern (I) Front
August 30, 1941 – October 5, 1941
Lieutenant-General (1940). Dmitry Ryabyshev (1894-1985), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1917), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1935); before the Revolution he was a common soldier; during the Civil War – a brigade commander.
 



Petr Sobennikov


Petr Sobennikov

1894–1960

 

 

 

North-Western Front
July 4, 1941 – August 23, 1941
Lieutenant-General (1944). Petr Sobennikov (1894-1960), Russian, a servant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1940), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Postgraduate courses of higher commanding staff (1927), spoke French; before the Revolution he was a cornet; during the Civil War – Head of division staff.
 



Vasily Sokolovsky


Vasily Sokolovsky

1897–1968

 

 

 

Western Front
February 28, 1943 – April 15, 1944
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1946), Vasily Sokolovsky (1897-1968), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1931), the Red Army (since 1918); education: The Red Army Higher Academy (1921); during the Civil War he was Head of a division staff. Hero of the Soviet Union (1945).
 



Semyon Timoshenko


Semyon Timoshenko

1895–1970

 

 

 

Western Front
Western Front
South-Western (I) Front
South-Western (I) Front
Stalingrad (I) Front
North-Western Front
July 2, 1941 – July 19, 1941
July 30, 1941 – September 12, 1941
September 30, 1941 – December 18, 1941
April 8, 1942 – July 12, 1942
July 12, 1942 – July 23, 1942
October 5, 1942 – March 14, 1943
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1940), Semyon Timoshenko (1895-1970), Russian, a peasant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Military Academy (1930); before the Revolution he was a common soldier; during the Civil War – a brigade commander. Double Hero of the Soviet Union (1940, 1965).
 



Fyodor Tolbukhin


Fyodor Tolbukhin

1894–1949

 

 

 

Southern (II) Front
4th Ukrainian Front
3rd Ukrainian Front
March 22, 1943 – October 20, 1943
October 20, 1943 – May 15, 1944
May 15, 1944 – June 15, 1945
Marshal of the Soviet Union (1944), Fyodor Tolbukhin (1894-1949), Russian, a servant; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1938), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1934); before the Revolution he was a staff captain; during the Civil War – a commander of Army Operations Division. Hero of the Soviet Union (1965).
 



Ivan Tyulenev


Ivan Tyulenev

1892–1978

 

 

 

Southern (I) Front
Transcaucasian (II) Front
June 25, 1941 – August 30, 1941
May 15, 1942 – August 25, 1945
General of the Army (1940), Ivan Tyulenev (1892-1978), Russian, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), the Red Army (since 1917); education: the Red Army Military Academy (1922); before the Revolution he was a warrant officer, during the Civil War – a brigade commander. Hero of the Soviet Union (1978).
 



Ivan Fedyuninsky


Ivan Fedyuninsky

1900–1977

 

 

 

Leningrad Front
October 11, 1941 – October 26, 1941
General of the Army (1955), Ivan Fedyuninsky (1900-1977), Russian, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1930), the Red Army (since 1941); education: Postgraduate courses of higher commanding staff (1941); didn’t participate in World War I, during the Civil War – a common soldier. Hero of the Soviet Union (1939).
 



Valerian Frolov


Valerian Frolov

1895–1961

 

 

 

Karelian Front
September 1, 1941 – February 21, 1944
Colonel-General (1943). Valerian Frolov (1895-1961), Russian, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1932); before the Revolution he was a senior non-commissioned officer, during the Civil War – a battalion commander.
 



Mikhail Khozin


Mikhail Khozin

1896–1979

 

 

 

Leningrad Front
October 27, 1941 – June 9, 1942
Colonel-General (1943). Mikhail Khozin (1896-1979), Russian, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1918), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Postgraduate courses of higher commanding staff (1930); before the Revolution he was a warrant officer, during the Civil War – a brigade commander.
 



Yakov Cherevichenko


Yakov Cherevichenko

1894–1976

 

 

 

Southern (I) Front
Bryansk (II) Front
October 5, 1941 – December 24, 1941
December 24, 1941 – April 2, 1942
Colonel-General (1955). Yakov Cherevichenko (1894-1976), Ukrainian, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1919), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1935); before the Revolution he was a senior non-commissioned officer, during the Civil War – a division commander.
 



Ivan Chernyakhovsky


Ivan Chernyakhovsky

1906–1945

 

 

 

3rd Belorussian Front
April 24, 1944 – February 18, 1945
General of the Army (1944). Ivan Chernyakhovsky (1906-1945), Ukrainian, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1939), the Red Army (since 1924); education: Military Academy of Mechanization and Motorization of the Red Army named after Joseph Stalin (1936), spoke French. Double Here of the Soviet Union (1943, 1944). He was killed in action at Alitus (Lithuania) on February 18, 1945.
 



Nikandr Chibisov


Nikandr Chibisov

1892–1959

 

 

 

Bryansk (II) Front
July 7, 1942 – July 13, 1942
Colonel-General (1943). Nikandr Chibisov (1892-1959), Russian, a worker; the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (since 1939), the Red Army (since 1918); education: Frunze Military Academy (1935); before the Revolution he was a staff captain, during the Civil War – a brigade commander. Hero of the Soviet Union (1943).
 

 

 



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