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Honest and glorious face of Russian soldiers in Europe during World War II. / Честное и Славное лицо Русского воина в Европе во Вторую Мировую Войну.

Honest and glorious face of Russian soldiers in Europe during World War II. / Честное и Славное лицо Русского воина в Европе во Вторую Мировую Войну.

Colonel-General Pukhov Nikolai Pavlovich (25 Jan 1895 - 28 Mar 1958), Soviet military commander, Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded 304th Rifle Division, 13th Army (Jan. 1942-1945) in WWII.

Colonel-General Pukhov Nikolay Pavlovich - a Soviet military commander, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the Rifle Division and the Army in WWII.

Lieutenant-General Starikov Filipp Nikanorovich (2 Nov 1896 - 2 Oct 1980) was a Soviet military commander, the commander of the Great Patriotic war (WWII in Russia). From April 1942 until the end of the WWII - the commander of the 8th Soviet Army.

Lieutenant-General Starikov Filipp Nikanorovich - a Soviet military commander, the commander of the Great Patriotic war (WWII in Russia). From April 1942 until the end of the WWII - the commander of the Army.

Krutikov Alexey Nikolaevich (1895 - 1949), Soviet military commander, a participant of the WWII. The Staff`s Chief of the 7th Army (1940-1943), the commander of the 7th Army (1943 - 1944), the Staff`s Chief of the Karelian Front (Sep. - Nov. 1944), the Staff`s Chief of the 1st Far Eastern Front (Aug. - Oct. 1945, the Soviet-Japanese War).

Krutikov Alexey Nikolaevich (1895 - 1949), Soviet military commander, a participant of the WWII. The Staff`s Chief of the 7th Army (1940-1943), the commander of the 7th Army (1943 - 1944), the Staff`s Chief of the Karelian Front (Sep. - Nov. 1944), the Staff`s Chief of the 1st Far Eastern Front (Aug. - Oct. 1945, the Soviet-Japanese War).

Lieutenant-General Vladimir Scherbakov Ivanovich (1901 - 1981) Soviet military commander. The commander of the 50th Rifle Corps, 42th Army, 8th Army, 11th Rifle Division. He commanded the 14th Army (since March 1942 until the end of the WWII), which fought on the Karelian Front and participated in the defense of Leningrad and the Polar region.

Lieutenant-General Vladimir Scherbakov Ivanovich (1901 - 1981) Soviet military commander. The commander of the 50th Rifle Corps, 42th Army, 8th Army, 11th Rifle Division. He commanded the 14th Army (since March 1942 until the end of the WWII), which fought on the Karelian Front and participated in the defense of Leningrad and the Polar region.

Marshal Krylov Nikolai Ivanovich (April 16, 1903 - February 9, 1972), Soviet military commander, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, Marshal of the Soviet Union (1962). He was Chief of Staff of Separate Coastal Army (The Defense of Odessa and Sevastopol 1941), Chief of Staff of the 62th Army (Battle of Stalingrad 1942), commander of the 21th Army (1943) and the 5th Army (1943-1945) in WWII.

Marshal Krylov Nikolai Ivanovich (April 16, 1903 - February 9, 1972), Soviet military commander, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, Marshal of the Soviet Union (1962). He was Chief of Staff of Separate Coastal Army (The Defense of Odessa and Sevastopol 1941), Chief of Staff of the 62th Army (Battle of Stalingrad 1942), commander of the 21th Army (1943) and the 5th Army (1943-1945) in WWII.

Lieutenant-General Sukhomlin Alexander Vasilievich (1900 - 1970), Soviet military commander, Lieutenant-General (1942). The commander of the 8th Army (1942) and 54th Army (April 1942 - March 1943), assistant commander of the Volkhov Front, the commander of the 10th Guards Army of the Western Front.

Lieutenant-General Sukhomlin Alexander Vasilievich - a Soviet military commander. Commanded of the Army and the Army (April 1942 - March the Assistant commander of the Volkhov Front, the Commander of the Guards Army (the Western Front).

Major-General Kulishev Fedor Danilovich (22 Sep 1898 -17 March 1981) Soviet military commander, Lieutenant General (1954). The Deputy Chief of the 63rd Army`s Staff (Stalingrad, 1942), Deputy Chief of the 5th Tank Army`s Staff (1942-1943), the Chief of the Staff 6th Army (1943-1945), in 1943 temporarily commanded the 6th Army.

Major-General Kulishev Fedor Danilovich (22 Sep 1898 -17 March 1981) Soviet military commander, Lieutenant General (1954). The Deputy Chief of the 63rd Army`s Staff (Stalingrad, 1942), Deputy Chief of the 5th Tank Army`s Staff (1942-1943), the Chief of the Staff 6th Army (1943-1945), in 1943 temporarily commanded the 6th Army.

Guards Lieutenant-General Bondarev Andrey Leontyevich (1901 - 1961) Soviet military commander, Hero of the Soviet Union (16 Oct 1943). He commanded the 168th Rifle Division, 8th Army (Nov 1941 - Apr 1942), Neva operational group of the Leningrad Front, 17 Guard. Rifle Corps (1943) and 101 Rifle Corps (1944-1945).

Guards Lieutenant-General Bondarev Andrey Leontyevich - a Soviet military commander, the Hero of the Soviet Union. Commanded of the Rifle Division, the Army the Neva operational group of the Leningrad Front, the Guards Rifle Corps and the Rifle Corps

Lieutenant-General Gluzdovsky Vladimir (1903 - 1967), Soviet military commander, during the Great Patriotic War. He was appointed the Chief of Staff of the 31st Army (1941), since Feb 1943 - the commander of the 31th Army. The Commander of the 7th Army (Feb 1944). The commander of the 6th Army (Dec 1944). The Army participates in the Vistula-Oder, and then the  Lower Silesian operations. The 6th Army surround and block Breslau, and accept the surrender 40k Nazi garrison, on May 6th, 1945.

Lieutenant-General Gluzdovsky Vladimir (1903 - 1967), Soviet military commander, during the Great Patriotic War. He was appointed the Chief of Staff of the 31st Army (1941), since Feb 1943 - the commander of the 31th Army. The Commander of the 7th Army (Feb 1944). The commander of the 6th Army (Dec 1944). The Army participates in the Vistula-Oder, and then the Lower Silesian operations. The 6th Army surround and block Breslau, and accept the surrender 40k Nazi garrison, on May 6th, 1945.

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