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Georgy Zhukov. "Father" of the Soviet victory - a mastermind behind the largest battles of WW2: Moscow, the greatest battle in human history with 7 million officers and men taking part on both sides, Stalingrad (4m) and Berlin 3.5m to name a few. Without a doubt, a military genius: he never lost a battle. But also known by his soldiers as a “Butcher”, for disregarding causalities with his efforts to win at any cost.

Marshal Georgy Zhukov, father of Soviet victory in poses for a relaxed outdoor portrait in the summer of The guns are now silent and the marshal's hair is grey. He entered the war with a full head of black hair.

A Marshal of the Soviet Union, a Marshal of Poland and Poland's Defence Minister Konstantin Konstantinovitch Rokossovsky (1896-1968). He was one of the key top commanders during WWW2. During the Battle of Stalingrad Rokossovsky, commanding the Don Front, led the northern wing of the Soviet counter-attack that encircled Paulus' Sixth Army and won the decisive victory of the Soviet-German war. During the final phase, Rokossovsky's troops linked with the British while Berlin fell to the…

Konstantin Rokossovsky, Red Army, Marshal of the Soviet Union, Marshal of Poland. Des this guy have enough medals r what.

Ivan Stepanovich Konev

Ivan Konev, Red Army, Marshal of the Soviet Union. Another highly effective Russian General, who learned fast about modern war, and thought little about Russian casualties in executing Stalin's orders.

Marshal Georgy Zhukov (1896 – 1974), 'father' of the Soviet victory over the Nazi in 1945.

Marshal Georgy Zhukov – 'father' of the Soviet victory over the Nazis in ~ BFD

Semyon Konstantinovich Timoshenko, Marshal of the Soviet Union, twice Hero of the Soviet Union.

Allied leaders - Semyon Konstantinovich Timoshenko February 1895 – 31 March was a Ukrainian military commander and senior professional officer of the Red Army at the beginning of the German invasion of the Soviet Union in

Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov, Marshal of the Soviet Union, by Konstantin Alexeyevich Vasilyev (1973)

An idealized, Socialist Realist portrait of Georgiy Konstantinovich Zhukov, Marshal of the Soviet Union, by Konstantin Alexeyevich Vasilyev

World War II. Marshal Georgy Zhukov (1896 – 1974; second from the left) with some Soviet officers in Berlin, Germany on April 3, 1945. Photograph by Victor Tyomin.

World War II, the Great Patriotic War. Marshal Georgy Zhukov – second from the left) with some Soviet officers in Berlin, Germany on April Photograph by Victor Tyomin.

Heroes of the Soviet Union (the highest military decoration) at the Victory Parade on the Red Square in Moscow, Russia, 24 June 1945.

Heroes of the Soviet Union (the highest military decoration) at the Victory Parade on the Red Square in Moscow, Russia, 24 June

Marshal of the Soviet Union Konstantin Rokossovsky, official portrait, 1944.

Marshal of the Soviet Union Konstantin Rokossovsky, official portrait,

Georgy Zhukov would lead the Red Army in liberating the Soviet Union from the Axis Power’s occupation and advancing through much of Eastern Europe to conquer Berlin during World War II. He is one of the most decorated heroes in the history of both Russia and the Soviet Union. After the fall of Germany, Zhukov became the first commander of the Soviet occupation zone in Germany.

Georgy Zhukov would lead the Red Army in liberating the Soviet Union from the…

S.M. Budyenny (Soviet cavalryman, military commander, politician and a close ally of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.) on Red Square. 1927.

Budyenny (Soviet cavalryman, military commander, politician and a close ally of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.) on Red Square.

Marshall of the Soviet Union Konstantin Rokosovsky.

In Soviet Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky became Polish Minister of National Defence, with the additional title Marshal of Poland, and in 1952 he became Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers (deputy premier).

Ivan Isakov, Soviet Navy, Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union

Ivan Isakov, Soviet Navy, Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union