Soviet Colonel GeneralVladimir Zacharovich Romanovsky (1896-1967). During WW2 was a senior commanding general filling billets with shock armies and eventually as deputy Commander of the 4th Ukrainian Front. During the final push for Berlin, he was in command of the 67th and then 19th Armies. Postwar, he became a senior professor at the Frunze Academy (Soviet senior military college) and worked in that capacity until his death.

Colonel-General Romanovsky Vladimir Zakharovich Jun 1896 - 5 Sep Soviet military leader, the participant of the Great Patriotic War (WWII in Russia). He commanded the Shock Army the Shock Army the Army the Army and the Army

https://flic.kr/p/CMeasF | Vasily Chuikov | Василий Иванович Чуйков | Vasily Chuikov, in full Vasily Ivanovich Chuikov (born February 12 [January 31, Old Style], 1900, Serebryannye Prudy, near Moscow, Russian Empire—died March 18, 1982, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.), Soviet general (and later marshal) who in World War II commanded the defense at the Battle of Stalingrad, joined in turning Adolf Hitler’s armies back, and led the Soviet drive to Berlin.

https://flic.kr/p/CMeasF | Vasily Chuikov | Василий Иванович Чуйков | Vasily Chuikov, in full Vasily Ivanovich Chuikov (born February 12 [January 31, Old Style], 1900, Serebryannye Prudy, near Moscow, Russian Empire—died March 18, 1982, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.), Soviet general (and later marshal) who in World War II commanded the defense at the Battle of Stalingrad, joined in turning Adolf Hitler’s armies back, and led the Soviet drive to Berlin.

Allied leaders - Kirill Afanasievich Meretskov (June 7, 1897 – December 30, 1968) was a Soviet military commander. He served in the Red Army during the Winter War, and was responsible for penetrating the Mannerheim Line. He command the 7th Army at the Volkhov Front during the Siege of Leningrad. From April 1945 he was assigned to the Far East, where he commanded a front during the Soviet invasion of Japanese Manchuria.

Allied leaders - Kirill Afanasievich Meretskov (June 7, 1897 – December 30, 1968) was a Soviet military commander. He served in the Red Army during the Winter War, and was responsible for penetrating the Mannerheim Line. He command the 7th Army at the Volkhov Front during the Siege of Leningrad. From April 1945 he was assigned to the Far East, where he commanded a front during the Soviet invasion of Japanese Manchuria.

Major-General Skvortsov Alexander Vasilievich (1901 - 1948) - Soviet military leader, a participant of the Civil, Great Patriotic (WWII in Russia) and Soviet-Japanese (1945) wars, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the 70th Rifle Regiment (1940-1942), the 204th (later - the 78th Guards) Rifle Division (1942-1943) and 26th Rifle Corps (1945).

Major-General Skvortsov Alexander Vasilievich (1901 - 1948) - Soviet military leader, a participant of the Civil, Great Patriotic (WWII in Russia) and Soviet-Japanese (1945) wars, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the 70th Rifle Regiment (1940-1942), the 204th (later - the 78th Guards) Rifle Division (1942-1943) and 26th Rifle Corps (1945).

Маршал К.Рокоссовский

Маршал К.Рокоссовский

General of the Army Batov Pavel Ivanovich (1897-1985), a Soviet military leader, the Hero of the Soviet Union (twice). Commanded of the 9th Rifle Corps (since Aug.1941 - the 51st Army), the 3rd Army, the 4th Tank Army and the 65th Army (1942-1945).

General of the Army Batov Pavel Ivanovich a Soviet military leader, the Hero of the Soviet Union (twice). Commanded of the Rifle Corps (since - the Army), the Army, the Tank Army and the Army

Lieutenant-General Chuvakov Nikita Emelyanovich (1901 - 1965) - Soviet military leader, a participant of the Civil, Soviet-Polish and the Great Patriotic (WWII in Russia) wars, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the 236th Rifle Division (1942-1943), the 23rd Rifle Corps (1943-1944, Battle of the Dnieper), the 35th Rifle Corps and the 18th Rifle Corps - IV formation (1945).

Lieutenant-General Chuvakov Nikita Emelyanovich (1901 - 1965) - Soviet military leader, a participant of the Civil, Soviet-Polish and the Great Patriotic (WWII in Russia) wars, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the 236th Rifle Division (1942-1943), the 23rd Rifle Corps (1943-1944, Battle of the Dnieper), the 35th Rifle Corps and the 18th Rifle Corps - IV formation (1945).

Guards Lieutenant-General Baranov Victor Kirillovich (1901 - 1970) a Soviet military commander, a participant in the Civil and the Great Patriotic (WWII in Russia) wars, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the 5th (later - the 1st Guards) Cavalry Division (1941-1942) and the 1st Guards Cavalry Corps (1942-1945, the Upper-Silesian and the Berlin offensive operations). Order "Legion of Merit" (USA) and Distinguished Service Order (UK).

Guards Lieutenant-General Baranov Victor Kirillovich (1901 - 1970) a Soviet military commander, a participant in the Civil and the Great Patriotic (WWII in Russia) wars, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the 5th (later - the 1st Guards) Cavalry Division (1941-1942) and the 1st Guards Cavalry Corps (1942-1945, the Upper-Silesian and the Berlin offensive operations). Order "Legion of Merit" (USA) and Distinguished Service Order (UK).

Guards Major-General Konev Ivan Nikitich (1899-1983) a Soviet military leader, a participant of the Civil, the Soviet-Polish (1919-1921), the Battles of Khalkhin Gol (1939) and the Great Patriotic (WWII in Russia) wars, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the 8th Airborne Corps (1942, reorganized into the 3rd Airborne Division) and the 3rd Airborne Division (1942-1945, the Budapest offensive, the Balaton defensive and the Vienna offensive operations).

Guards Major-General Konev Ivan Nikitich (1899-1983) a Soviet military leader, a participant of the Civil, the Soviet-Polish (1919-1921), the Battles of Khalkhin Gol (1939) and the Great Patriotic (WWII in Russia) wars, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the 8th Airborne Corps (1942, reorganized into the 3rd Airborne Division) and the 3rd Airborne Division (1942-1945, the Budapest offensive, the Balaton defensive and the Vienna offensive operations).

Маршал Жуков Г. К., сентябрь 1941г / Marshal Zhukov G. September 1941

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Colonel-General Kravchenko Andrey Grigorievich (18 Nov 1899 - 18 Oct 1963) the participant of the Great Patriotic war (WWII in Russia), twice hero of the Soviet Union. The commander of the 2nd and 4th Tank Corps, the 5th Guards Tank Corps, the 6th Tank Army.

Colonel-General Kravchenko Andrey Grigorievich Nov 1899 - 18 Oct the participant of the Great Patriotic war (WWII in Russia), twice hero of the Soviet Union. The commander of the and Tank Corps, the Guards Tank Corps, the Tank Army.

Guard Lieutenant-General Ryzhov Alexander Ivanovich (23 Nov 1895 - 16 Dec 1950), Soviet military commander, a participant of the Great Patriotic war (WWII in Russia). The commander of the 296th Rifle Division, the 3rd Guards Rifle Corps, 56th, 18th, 46th, 47th and 70th Soviet Armies, the 28th Guards Rifle Corps (1944-1945 - the Storming of Berlin). Hero Of The Soviet Union (1945).

Guard Lieutenant-General Ryzhov Alexander Ivanovich (23 Nov 1895 - 16 Dec 1950), Soviet military commander, a participant of the Great Patriotic war (WWII in Russia). The commander of the 296th Rifle Division, the 3rd Guards Rifle Corps, 56th, 18th, 46th, 47th and 70th Soviet Armies, the 28th Guards Rifle Corps (1944-1945 - the Storming of Berlin). Hero Of The Soviet Union (1945).

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