Azberg Vladimir Gavrilovich. This name Artsezo, also known under the names Artsezov, Asbyargs. Born 25.06.1898 in Taganrog. He graduated from the Astrakhan school and passed a crash course in the Constantine School. The rank of second lieutenant he served in the 156 th Infantry Regiment. In the Red Army from 04.06.1919 year. Participated in the civil war in the south-eastern front. He commanded a battalion of separate ski XI Army.
Since the summer of 1919 to November 1920 - assistant commander of the 3rd Regiment, 2 nd Infantry Division on the drill part.
In 1920 he was appointed a senior aide commandant of Baku.
In 1923 - ADC 2 nd Caucasian Infantry Division, participated in the battle to suppress the uprising of Dagestan.
In 1924 - the battalion commander 4 th Regiment of the Caucasus.
In 1926-1927 he studied at the academic courses at senior and senior commanders of the Red Army in the intelligence service.
Since the year 19.01.1930 - Chief of Staff orgmobotdela BVI.
In 1932 he graduated from the Training Courses of Leningrad.
In 1936, promoted to major, and the year 29.11.1939 - a colonel.
Participated in the Russo-Finnish war of 1939/1940 years as Chief of Armor Supply 15 Army STP.
Since the year 26.04.1940 - Head Armor troops ArhVO.
Since the year 28.06.1941 - Head of the Armor Force 28, Army.
Since the year 10.08.1941 - Head of the Armor Force 43rd Army.
Since the year 22.10.1941 - Head of the Armor Force 57-th army.
In 1942 he was appointed deputy commander of the rear of the 57-th army.
25.05.1942 years at the station Lozova captured.
Held in various camps.
In 1943 in Marijampole officers' training school organized a volunteer army Wehrmacht.
In summer 1943, the school was evacuated to France, inspect Russian volunteer battalions ROA, served in the headquarters of General volunteer troops Kostring.
In December 1944 he was appointed head of department training staff Sun ACPD. Developed and published manuals on combat training.
In January 1945, provides overall guidance to the work of the officers' school POA.
From February 1945 - Major General Sun ACPD.
In April 1945, was with the headquarters in the Southern Group of Forces Sun ACPD.
04.05.1945 at Raynbahe with Colonel Vladimir Pozdnyakov negotiated with the command of 11 Panzer Division 3rd U.S. Army for the surrender of the Southern Group.
09.05.1945, together with the group surrendered under Kaplice and Krumau.
Held in U.S. camps: Landau, Regensburg, Plattling, Landshug.
In January 1946, was, together with Major-General MA meander, and Maj.-AN Sevost'yanova appeal to the Allied Command with a request for political asylum.
14.02.1946 issued by the Soviet representatives.
10.02.1947 executed by the sentence, the VC USSR Armed Forces.
Antilevsky Bronislaw Romanowicz (1916, d Markovtsev, Belarus - 25.7.1946, Moscow), leader of the "Russian Liberation Movement", Captain Sun ACPD (5/2/1945). The son of a peasant. Received his education in college national economic accounting (1937), school special purpose aircraft at Monino (1938) and Military Aviation School. A. Myasnikov in Kachin (1942). In October. 1937 called the Red Army. In July 1938 a radio operator gunner-21-second long-range Bomber Regiment. Member of the Soviet-Finnish war of 1939-40, Hero of the Soviet Union (7/4/1940). In May. 1942 sent to the front, fought in the ranks of the 20 th Fighter Regiment, 303rd Fighter Division 1-th Air Army. On 15.12.1942 commander level, with the deputy commander of the squadron 15.4.1943. The last title in the Red Army - Lieutenant (25.7.1943). 28/8/1943 shot down in battle and taken prisoner. Detained in camps in the area Suvalok, then Moritsfelde. In late 1943 joined the Russian Liberation Army. On 19.12.1944 the commander of 2 nd Bomb Squadron (March 1945 8-night bomber Squadron 1 st Aviation Regiment) Armed Forces Committee of the liberation of the peoples of Russia (VS ACPD). At the end of May. 1945, together with other pilots Sun ACPD surrendered to the Americans. Cherbourg interned in the camp. In September 1945 transferred to the Soviet counterintelligence. Sentenced to death by a military tribunal of the Moscow Military District. Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR 12/7/1950 deprived of awards and the title Hero of the Soviet Union.
Boyarsky Vladimir Ilyich (1901, s Brodetsky Berdichevskogo County Kiev province - 7.5.1945, Prague), leader of the "Russian liberation movement," Maj. Gen. Sun Conroy (1945). Son of a worker. March 1941 the Chief of Staff XXXI Rifle Corps. In January 1942 appointed commander of 41 Infantry Division. Member of fighting in the south-western front. Last title in the Red Army - Colonel. In June 1942 was surrounded and taken prisoner. 3/8/1942 with the gene. AA Vlasov signed an appeal to germanskomu Command called for the formation of Russian Liberation Army. On August 25. in October. 1942 commanded the Russian National People's Army in Osintorf. He actively participated in the creation of the Armed Forces Committee of the liberation of the peoples of Russia (VS ACPD) and making the political program ACPD In 1945, Deputy Chief of Staff, Sun ACPD. Captured in the area of Prague Czech partisans and hanged.
Bunyachenko Kuzmich (5/10/1902, s Korovyakovka Kursk province - 1/8/1946, Moscow), leader of the "Russian liberation movement," Maj. Gen. Sun ACPD (February 1945). The son of a peasant. In May. 1918 volunteered for the Red Army. Educated at the Higher Military School in Kiev and the Military Academy. MV Frunze (1935). Participated in the punitive expeditions in the Ukraine during the Civil War, as well as fighting with Bassmachis. In 1919 joined the RKP (b). In 1918-20 he served in the 1-m rebellious, 43-th and 365 th Infantry Regiment, then in the infantry courses. In 1924, the 32-to combatant positions from company commander to commander of the regiment in the 9-m (11 ft) Turkestan Infantry Regiment. In 1936-1942 - the headquarters of a separate 78-second Regiment, 26 th and 39 th infantry division, XXVI Rifle Corps. In 1937, for his critical remarks about the collectivization expelled from the CPSU (B), then rebuilt with a severe reprimand. Member of hostilities on the lake, Hassan, Assistant Chief of Staff XXXIX Rifle Corps. Since the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, was appointed Chief of Staff XXVI Rifle Corps. On 30.3.1942 the commander of 389 Infantry Division. Last title in the Red Army - Colonel (4.11.1938). 31.8.1942 for non-compliance orders to blast the bridge at the site Mozdok-scarlet relieved of his command, arrested and brought to trial. 2/9/1942 sentenced by a military tribunal Northern Group of the Transcaucasian Front to be shot, with the replacement of a sentence of 10 years of camps served the sentence after the war. On 7/10/1942 commander 59 Brigade. In November 1942 the brigade was almost completely destroyed, and B. was accused of sabotage. Arrest BA did not have time, because 5/12/1942 he was captured by reconnaissance 2-nd Romanian Infantry Division. In June 1943 he applied to join the ranks of the Russian Liberation Army (ROA), taught in officer school. From September 1943 Liaison Officer Regional Office for Africa at the headquarters of the 7 th Army Germany (Western Front). 10/11/1944 BA appointed commander of 1 Division Armed Forces Committee of the liberation of the peoples of Russia (VS ACPD). At the head of the division participated in the battles with Soviet troops on the Oder, and in Czechoslovakia (in Prague), their actions 13-14.4.1945 Prague saved from destruction by the Nazis and thousands of Prague dwellers from death. In April 1945, surrendered to the Americans and May 15, handed over to representatives of Soviet counterintelligence. At the trial of the ROA (together with Vlasov) sentenced by the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR to the death penalty. Hanged.
Zhilenkov Georgy. V1910 was born in Voronezh, Russian. He was homeless. Studied.
In 1929 he joined the Communist Party (Bolsheviks). Rose to the District Party Committee Secretary Rostokinskiy district of Moscow. This area is located a number of large industrial enterprises and educational institutions, its population reached 400 000. He was a member of the Moscow city committee of the CPSU (b). Awarded the Order of Red Banner of Labor. In the Red Army in 1941. Wore the rank of Brigadier Commissioner and a member of the Military Council of the 32-th army. October 7, 1941 was surrounded by Vyazma.
October 14 was taken prisoner by the Germans.
Since November 1941 disguised as a chauffeur Maksimova served in Germany 252 th Infantry Division. Participated in the resistance, organizing sabotage in the rear of the Germanic troops of Army Group Center.
In May 1942, in preparing the army warehouse explosion was betrayed forester forester Gzhatsk Chernikov and arrested by the Germans.
During the interrogation, called the real name and carried out post in the Red Army - a member of the Military Council of the 32-th army, with the expressed determination to fight against the Soviets.
After the questioning was directed at the headquarters of the General Command of the Army in Germany Angenburg-Leetza, where he talked with Colonel Ronne.
In May 1942 Zhilenkov written plan for the establishment of German-occupied territory of the Russian government, which provides the organization the struggle against Soviet power.
In June 1942, Zhilenkov transferred to serve in the military propaganda department of the armed forces of Germany army, where he edited the pamphlets and leaflets which were distributed at the front and rear of the existing Soviet troops.
In August 1942 he was transferred to the brigade Russian People's Army (RNNA) stationed in the town Osindorf (80 kilometers from Smolensk), which formed the "Russian People's National Army (RNNA), Chief of organizational and propaganda department. Commander was appointed RNNA Boyarsky.
Initially, an "army" was a group of intelligence and sabotage detachments, but the end of 1942 it already had one and a half thousand people and was engaged in the suppression of a guerrilla movement in the area Berezino ...
When the commander of the Central Group of Forces Field Marshal von Kluge ordered RNNA speak to the Great Bow for participation in the blockade of the surrounded group there, Boyarsky and Zhilenkov refused to comply with this order, citing the fact that their soldiers are not yet prepared for battle with the regular Red Army units. Zhilenkov and Boyarsky were arrested and sentenced to death, but at the request of the General Staff Colonel Ronne bail.
Zhilenkov was sent to the propaganda department of Germany's armed forces at the disposal of General Vlasov, where he began publishing the newspaper "volunteer", published for the Russian, who served in the Wehrmacht, and distributed the same among the prisoners.
In February 1943 Zhilenkov was in a group of prisoners of war generals (Vlasov, Malyshkin, the Annunciation), turning to Germany command of the proposal to create "Russian National Army (ERP).
In April 1943 he was sent to Pskov to the formation of the so-called shock brigade of the Guards ROA, which is considered almost at full strength went over to the guerrillas.
In February 1944, on behalf of Field Marshal von Runstedt, commander of the Western Front, Zhilenkov went to the Atlantic coast for advocacy in the eastern battalions.
June 13, 1944 together with a group of advocates Zhilenkov left in the area of Lviv to the dAlkena, who had served there as chief of special promotional teams Himmler. As part of the propaganda operation "Scorpion", he organized the newspaper "For Peace and Freedom", extends to the rear of the Red Army, published a series of brochures and leaflets.
Job Zhilenkov during Operation Scorpion "was highly appreciated by Himmler, and the idea to put in place Zhilenkov Vlasova, but Zhilenkov refused.
In September-October 1944 during the drafting of the Prague Manifesto Zhilenkov was one of the main mediators between the German authorities and Russian. He headed the Department of Propaganda ACPD and was an official editor of ACPD "The will of the people." Actual editor Kazantsev respected his ability and get on with it.
April 19 Zhilenkov traveled to northern Italy to take command of the ACPD "Cossack" formation. However p Mayergofen Tsilertal in the valley, through which Zhilenkov found himself in Italy, May 3, 1945 was occupied by U.S. troops. May 18 Zhilenkov was interned by the Americans and on May 26 came into contact with American intelligence. Nevertheless, May 1, 1946 Zhilenkov was transferred to the Soviet command.
May 31 Zhilenkov made a statement that he had met in Germany with a German developer of the atomic bomb and is ready to fulfill any task of the Soviet government in this area.
Opinions on the role of Zhilenkov in the Russian liberation movement apart. Some believe that Zhilenkov was the principal, the duty placed above personal considerations and would not let play out their own emotions. Others argue that Zhilenkov was "pompous and conceited", and suspect him in close collaboration with the Nazis. They argue that the luxury flat he could get, but is not very clean job GESTAPO.
Zhilenkov proud title of lieutenant-general, who, although he had no military training, in line with his political rank, often appeared in full general's uniform in the Berlin underground, what is general astonishment.
August 1, 1946 Zhilenkov was sentenced by the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR to death by hanging.
Hanged together with General Vlasov.
Zhilenkov Georgy (1910, Voronezh -1.8.1946, Moscow), one of the leaders of the Russian Liberation Movement ", Lieutenant-General ACPD (Nov. 1944). Educated at the Moscow Industrial and Technical College (1931). In 1925-29 served as an assistant locksmith in Voronezh. In 1925 joined the Young Communist League, in 1929 in the CPSU (b). In 1926-29 a mechanic at the Voronezh Machine-Building Plant them. Lenin. In August. 1929 moved to the Komsomol, executive secretary of the District Committee. In the 1931-34 school director FZU at the factory "Movement", in July 1938 released party committee secretary of the plant. In January. 1940 Rostokinskiy elected secretary of the District Committee of the CPSU (b) of Moscow. After the Great Patriotic War in June 1941 appointed a member of the Military Council of the 32-th army. Last title in the Red Army - Brigade Commissar (1941). J. Army was surrounded in the area Vyazma, 14.10.1941 in the Volostopyatnitsy captured. Had concealed his membership of the CPSU (B) and till May 1942 he served under the name Maksimov driver of 252 Infantry Division of the Wehrmacht. 23/5/1942 identified and arrested. During the interrogation, his desire to fight the Bolsheviks, and then handed over to the Propaganda Department of the Supreme Command of the Wehrmacht. 17/8/1942 appointed head of the organizational and propaganda department of the Russian People's National Army (RNNA). In October. 1942 for disobeying orders to disband RNNA arrested. In dec. 1942 he joined the movement of AA Vlasov, becoming one of his closest aides. Since jan. 1943 Editor of "volunteer" (Berlin). Active members of a Russian Liberation Army (ROA), in May. - June 1943 directed the formation of the Guards Battalion shock POA. In 1943-44 led advocacy ROA. In August. 1944 worked on the establishment of the Committee liberation of the peoples of Russia (ACPD), one of the authors of the Manifesto ACPD. Since nov. 1944 Member of the Presidium of the ACPD, Head of Propaganda ACPD and chief editor of "The will of the people." At the end of May. 1945 went to the Swiss border, tried to negotiate with the Americans to grant political asylum to members of the ACPD, but on May 18 was interned. 1/5/1946 handed over to representatives of the Soviet command. Along with Vlasov and other leaders ACPD sentenced Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR to the death penalty. Hanged.
Yefimovich Zakutnyaya Dmitri (1897-1946), a general, a traitor to the motherland. Born in 1897 on the Don. In 1916 he joined the royal army. After military training in the Caucasus spent 3 months at the front during the First World War as a candidate for the officers. In 1918, joined the Red Army. From 1928 to 1931, a student of the Military Academy in Moscow. Immediately thereafter, he was Chief of Operations 14-Infantry Corps, in Kiev, and then worked in the Operations Division of the General Staff of the Red Army in Moscow. Later, he successively served as teacher at the Military Academy in Moscow, Chief of Staff of the 21 Infantry Corps in Gorky, and then in Vitebsk, and also served as deputy commander of 21 Infantry Corps. He was appointed Commander of 21 Infantry Corps July 23, 1941 July 27, 1941 surrendered to the Germans. He worked first in the ministry of Joseph Goebbels, the autumn of 1944 moved to General Vlasov. Participated in the establishment of a "Committee of Liberation of the Peoples of Russia" (Conroy) and drafting of the manifesto of the committee. In November 1944 he was elected head of civil administration Conroy. In April 1945, fled to the Americans. In June 1945 transferred to the Soviet authorities. 1 August 1946 the Military Collegium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR Zakutnyaya D. E. together with Vlasov AA and his accomplices convicted under Article 58-1, 58-8, 58-9, 58-10, 58-11 RSFSR Criminal Code and Section 1 of the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet on 19 April 1943 to death by hanging. Sentence was executed on Aug. 2, 1946
Zverev Grigory (15.3.1900, Alchevsk -1.8.1946, Moscow), one of the leaders of the Russian Liberation Movement, "Major General ACPD (February 1945). Son of a worker. Graduated from two-class city school, infantry training (1922), infantry school (1924), higher rates shooting "The Shot" (1930), Military Academy. Frunze (1940). In 1919 joined the Red Army. Member of the Civil War. In 1926 joined the Communist Party (Bolsheviks). In 1926-1931 the company commander of 224 Infantry Regiment, 75 th Infantry Division, in 1931-1933 head of department at the headquarters Letychivsky reinforcement area in the 1933-1936 Chief of Staff, 224 th Infantry Regiment in the 1936-1937 Commander 289 th Infantry Regiment then Chief of Staff of the 19 th Infantry Regiment. Since 1938 was the development of the NKVD, was scheduled to repeatedly arrested as a conspirator. Member of the Soviet-Finnish war of 1939-1940, commander of the Infantry Division. In 1940-1941 the head of infantry 146 th Infantry Division, in the spring and summer of 1941 the commander of 190 Infantry Division.
At the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, fought in the South-Western Front in August 1941, was wounded and taken prisoner. Detained in camps near Uman and Vinnitsa. Shevchenko himself as ordinary as a Ukrainian released. After the release of his NKVD arrested on charges of treason, was imprisoned. In January 1942 released, was appointed commander of the 8 th Infantry Division of Semipalatinsk, then commander of the 323rd Infantry Brigade. Since fall 1942 the Deputy Commander of 127 Infantry Division, since March 1943 the commander of 350 Infantry Division, commander of Kharkiv.
22.3.1943 in the breakout from the encirclement seriously wounded and taken prisoner. Last title in the Red Army - Colonel (1939). In Dnepropetrovsk camp joined in the Vlasov movement (June 1943). In 1943-1944 was in school Dabendorfskoy ROA conducts inspections POW camps and work teams. Since the autumn of 1944 selected the volunteers in the armed forces of the liberation of the peoples of Russia Committee (BC ACPD) in Norway. 21/2/1945 appointed commander of the 2-nd division Russian Liberation Army (ROA). Member ACPD. Supervised the formation of the division, which went down in the South WWH ACPD. Before any Americans 10.5.1945 lost control of the division and was captured by Soviet patrol. When arrested, resisted, tried to commit suicide, was seriously wounded. However AA Vlasov et al ACPD leaders condemned the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR to the death penalty. Hanged.
Korbukov Vladimir Denisovich (1900-1946). Born in Dvinsk Vitebsk in 1900.
Russian. In 1919, the Red Army. Member of the CPSU (b) since 1925.
The last position held in the Red Army - Assistant Chief of Communications 2 Second Shock Army of the Volkhov Front, Colonel.
In October 1942 he was captured.
In 1943 he joined the ROA, graduate courses promoters, took the oath, was commanded by a reserve company, was assigned to the training team of the Annunciation and went to war camps.
In December 1944, became the liaison officer and staff of ROA in this position for inspecting the division.
He received the rank of colonel.
In April 1945, and surrendered to the Americans already in the camp was put in the Conroy.
Hanged together with General Vlasov.
Malyshkin Vasily Fedorovich (29.12.1896, Markovsky mine, near Yuzovka - 1/8/1946, Moscow), one of the leaders of the Russian Liberation Movement. The son of an accountant. He graduated from high school Novocherkassk (1916) and a crash course Chuguevsky Military College (1917). Participant 1-st World War II, Warrant Officer 252 th Reserve Infantry Regiment. In May. 1918 volunteered in the Red Army, the company commander 2 nd Don Soviet regiment. In 1919 joined the RKP (b). In May 1919 the battalion commander, 334 th Regiment, from sept. 1919 - commanded the 339 th, 351 th, 174 th and 7 th Caucasian infantry regiments. Educated at the Military Academy. MV Frunze (1927). From June 1927 to October. 1930 Chief of Staff of the 33rd Infantry Division. In 1931 was appointed Chief of Staff of the courses "The Shot" in 1931-33 Sector Chief of the Office of military educational institutions of the Red Army. In 1933-35 chief of the Kiev School of Infantry, then the commander of 99 Infantry Division. Since 1936 Chief of Staff of the Trans-Baikal military district, in August 1937 - LVII special case. 9/8/1938 arrested and accused of involvement in the conspiracy and espionage. In October. Released in 1939 and was appointed senior lecturer at the Academy of General Staff. After the Great Patriotic War in July 1941 was appointed Chief of Staff of the 19 th Army. Last title in the Red Army - Major General (19.9.1941). In October 1941 the army surrounded at Vyazma and almost completely destroyed, and M. October 24 captured.
Detained in prison camps near Smolensk and Furstenberg. Announced its readiness to cooperate with the Germans. In April 1942, transferred to the courses promoters in the camp Vulgeyde in July 1942 the Assistant Chief of courses on the educational part. Since the beginning of 1943 in the propaganda department of the Supreme Command of the Wehrmacht. Joined the movement Vlasov, was one of his closest aides. In July 1943, successfully addressed the Russian emigration in Paris, led a group of advocates ROA on the Western Front in 1943-44. Since nov. 1944 Member of the Presidium of the Liberation Committee of the peoples of Russia (ACPD), Head of organizational management ACPD. At the end of May. 1945 appointed the authorized Russian Liberation Army in the negotiations with the command of the U.S. Army. Interned by the Americans, held in Augsburg, Sekkephayms, Oberrusele. 25/3/1946 handed over to representatives of the Soviet command. Along with Vlasov and other leaders ACPD sentenced Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR to the death penalty. Hanged.
Viktor Ivanovich Maltsev (25.4.1895, Gus-Crystal Vladimir province - 1/8/1946, Moscow), one of the leaders of the Russian liberation movement, "Maj.-Gen Sun ACPD (27.2.1945). From the peasants. In 1918, volunteered in the Red Army. Member of the Civil War. Egorievskay graduated from flight school (1919). In 1918-21, 1925-38 and 1940-41 member of the RCP (b). In the early 20's. served Egoryevskoye flight school, one of the trainers, VP Chkalov. In 1925-27 chief of the Central airfield near Moscow, in 1927-31 Assistant Chief, from 1931 Head of the Air Force of the Siberian Military District, then in reserve. Last title in the Red Army - Colonel (1936). In 1937 appointed head of the Turkmen administration of the Civil Air Fleet. 11/3/1938 NKVD arrested on charges of involvement in the conspiracy, held in Ashgabat NKVD, which was subjected to torture, pleaded not guilty. 5.9.1939 released. Since dec. 1939 Head of Yalta Sanatorium Aeroflot. After the Yalta to take part in the Wehrmacht, in November. 1941 came to the representatives of the command, said the desire to fight the Bolsheviks, in 1942 the mayor of the city. Since dec. 1942 Head of the formation of Russian volunteer units in the area of Simferopol (including 55-second guard battalion in Evpatoria). In sept. 1943 transferred to the department handling intelligence "Ost" (Moritsfelde). He has performed with anti-Stalinist speeches on radio and in the camps. Initiator of the formation of Russian volunteer aviation detachments (including the Russian air group), selected frames for 1 st East Squadron. Since the autumn of 1944 led to the formation of Zgere (Czech Republic) air force units, which in February. 1945 formed the basis of the Air Force Committee of the liberation of peoples of Russia (ACPD), commander of the Air Force ACPD. By the spring of 1945 brought the number of Air Force ACPD to 5 thousand people., Including the amphibious assault battalion, aviation regiment, manned flight of people and equipment (40-45 planes), etc. 30/4/1945 surrendered to representatives of the 3rd U.S. Army. In August. 1945 handed over to representatives of the Soviet command, tried to commit suicide and inflicted a serious wound. The brave actions of Moscow during the investigation greatly contributed to the fact that the trial of ROA was closed. However AA Vlasov et al ACPD leaders condemned the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR to the death penalty. Hanged.
Meandrov Mikhail Alekseevich (22.10.1894, Moscow -1.8.1946, Moscow), one of the leaders of the Russian liberation movement, "Maj. Gen. Sun ACPD (September 1944). The son of a priest. Educated at military school Alexeyev (1915). Member of 1-st World War, Captain 192 Infantry Regiment Rymniksky. In dec. 1918 joined the Red Army, participating in military actions not taken. In 1921, -30 in administrative positions in the Kremlin VTsIK school in 1930-35 Chief of Staff, 3rd Infantry Regiment, Ryazan, in 1935-39 Head of department at the headquarters of the Volga and XII IN small Corps. Since the autumn of 1939 the Deputy Chief of Staff XXXIV Rifle Corps 7 th Army of the Leningrad military district. Member of the Soviet-Finnish war of 1939-40, Commander of the Order of the Red Star (1940). At the beginning of World War II served as Chief of Staff XXXVII Rifle Corps. On 25.7.1941 Deputy Chief of Staff and Operations Chief of Staff of 6 th Army. Last title in the Red Army - Colonel (1938). 5/8/1941 near Uman captured. Kept in Stalag number 329 (Vinnitsa) and number 325 (Zamosc), in the summer of 1942 - in oflage XIII-D (Hammel-burg). Join a political center of the fight against Bolshevism (EVP) of brigade commander IG Bessonova. Autumn 1942 - spring 1943 participated in the development plans of landings in the Komi Republic (in the area of concentration camps of the NKVD), commander of the Northern Zone (Arkhangelsk region) landing. After the dissolution of EVP tried to unite his remains. From September 1943 the assistant commandant of the POW camp technicians at Radom, in December. 1943 joined the National Labor Union (NTS). In January. 1944 to the assignment STC entered into POA. Seconded Dabendorf, where he was an inspector for the promotion and editor of newsletters POA. Preparations for the convocation of a constituent of the Congress Committee of Liberation of the Peoples of Russia (ACPD) in the JAG. 1944, the head of the Propaganda Department Headquarters Sun ACPD. Member ACPD. On Febr. 1945 Chief officer school Sun ACPD. In 1945 appointed commander of the Southern Group of POA. 6/5/1945 with the group surrendered to the Americans. In May. 1946 handed over to representatives of the Soviet command, tried to commit suicide. Along with Vlasov and other leaders convicted ACPD Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR to the death penalty. Hanged.
Trukhin Fedor Ivanovich. Born in Kostroma in 1896. Russian. Father - a gentleman. My brother served in the Cavalry Guards Regiment, when the First World War, was in the army of General Samsonov and was killed in August 1914.
Father and another brother were shot in 1919 for anti-Soviet activities.
In 1914 he graduated from high school. In the Red Army in 1918. Party affiliation. In 1925 he graduated from the Frunze Academy, then - the General Staff Academy. In 1928 - Chief of Staff of the Saratov Infantry Corps. He taught at the Military Academy. Frunze. He was chief of staff of the Baltic Military District. Last post in the Red Army - Chief of Staff of the North-Western Front, Major-General. Awarded the Order of the Red Banner and the Medal of the twentieth years of the Red Army.
June 27, 1941 Trukhin accompanied by his adjutant and soldiers riding in a car from the city Rezhitsy to Dvinsk. The car ran into the Germans. Adjutant and soldiers were killed, Trukhin was wounded and taken prisoner.
June 30, 1941 after questioning Trukhina sent to prison camp in Shtalupenen, and a few days - in Hammelsburg, Oflag XIII.
Then Trukhin was transferred to Camp Wustrau, where he joined the NTS "New Generation" and became deputy chairman of the camp of the Executive Bureau of the NTS.
Trukhin developed a position on the military department of the governing body of the party, as well as provision for the formation of "Russian National Army" of Soviet prisoners of war. These documents were used by the Nazis in subsequent work on the decomposition of troops and the rear of the Red Army.
In November 1941 Trukhin was transferred to Camp Vall, where he was invited to become a "Russian commandant" camp, which was planned to train personnel for the German institutions in the occupied territories.
In May 1942 he was appointed Trukhin "Russian commandant" of the camp in Tsittenhorste and received a certificate of release from a POW camp. At the same time, he worked as a teacher and then as deputy head teacher of courses in Tsittenhorste.
In March 1943, Trukhin joined Vlasov as the official representative of the NTS "new generation" and was joined the staff of the Eastern Battalion promote special-purpose "- so officially called" Russian Committee "...
Shortly Trukhin appointed Chief of the training courses advocates Dabendorf, and in April 1943, replaces the Annunciation headed Dabendorfskoy school. Since that time, he became the closest adviser to Vlasov.
Order of inspector general "eastern" army Trukhin was approved at the rank of Major General with the right to wear the insignia of the ROA. Soon he was allowed to wear and German insignia.
In October 1944 Trukhin was transferred to Berlin at the disposal of the Chief of Staff of the SS to work on the organization of the Committee of the liberation of the peoples of Russia ".
In ACPD Trukhin was appointed Chief of Staff of the armed forces. April 28, 1945 the main headquarters of the SS Trukhina appointed Inspector-General of the "eastern troops."
Trukhin was a man of energetic and industrious. He tried to personally meet and talk with each "recruit".
Its excellent military bearing and restraint.
After the formation of ACPD was appointed Chief of Staff of the Vlasov and became responsible for the formation of military units Conroy.
May 7, 1945 near the town of Pribram Trukhin was captured by Czech partisans and handed over to the Red Army.
Hanged together with General Vlasov.
Shatov Nikolai Stepanovich. Born in the village Kotelnichesky County Vyatka province in 1901.
Russian. Member of the CPSU (b) since 1929. Last post in the Red Army - Chief of artillery supply the North Caucasus Military District. LTC.
In the second half of October 1941 Shatov summoned to the headquarters of the North Caucasian Military District, where he served as deputy chief of the artillery district of artillery supply. Here he fell into the hands of Marshal Kulik, who had come build orders in connection with the breakthrough of the Germans to Taganrog.
Shatov ordered to report to the security arms of the two newly formed divisions, and the urgent evacuation of artillery depots. Kulik Shatov accused of sabotage, and when he began to justify himself, drew his pistol. Then beat in the presence of other officers and expelled.
Shatov deserted and a month in hiding in Rostov. From Rostov went to Taganrog and November 29, 1941 surrendered to the Germans. He was placed in Hammelburgsky Soviet POW camp officers.
Became a member of RTNP and chairman of its committee.
Hanged together with General Vlasov.
Ivan Alekseevich Blagoveshchenskii (1893, Yurievets - 1/8/1946, Moscow), leader of the "Russian Liberation Movement. In 1918, volunteered for the Red Army. In 1921 joined the RKP (b). Before the war - the head of the Naval Air Defense School in Libau, Maj.-Gen. Participated in the defense of Libau, was surrounded and captured 7/7/1941. Kept in Siauliai prison camp Tilsit, Hammelburgskom oflage 13-D. Member of the Presidium of the Committee on struggle against Bolshevism (dissolved in June 1942). From April 1942 Head of School Youth Camp Vulgeyde. Since dec. 1942 editor of the newspaper "Dawn". On 28.2.1943 Head of promotional rates in Dabendorf. In December 1943, was appointed chief instructor of propagandists Russian Liberation Army (the direct supervision of the gene. Vlasov). Since jan. 1945 Chief of the General Directorate of ideological propaganda Committee liberation of peoples of Russia (ACPD). Submitted to negotiate with the command of the U.S. Army for asylum and members of the ACPD 6/5/1945 arrested. 3/6/1945 handed over to representatives of Soviet counterintelligence. At the trial of the ROA (together with Vlasov) sentenced by the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR to the death penalty. Hanged.
Tarnowski Mikhail (1907, Tsarskoe Selo, near St. Petersburg - 18.1.1946, Potsdam, Germany), one of the leaders of the "Russian Liberation Movement," Air Force Major Conroy (1945). Of the nobility, his father fought in the T. White armies. Autumn of 1920 together with his family was evacuated from the Crimea. Since 1922 he lived in Czechoslovakia. He graduated from high school (1928), flying school of Civil Aviation (1931), the Paris Air School (1934), Officers' Course ROA (1943). In 1932 received the Czechoslovak citizenship. Since the summer of 1934 instructor Pilsen Aeroclub. In October. 1937 joined the National Labor Union of the new generation (NTSNP later - NTS). V1940-41 Technical Supervisor at the company "Lufthansa". In May. 1941 as the Russian dismissed from service, and in June-July 1941 and interned Germanic authorities. Since aug. 1941 officer radio propaganda in Berlin. Prepared for the transfer of broadcasting in the USSR, in 1942-43 radio announcer "Fau". In May 1943, filed a report on the accession to the ROA, the chief communications Guards Brigade ROA party battles near Pskov. In sept. 1943 T. mandated the formation of 1-st East aviation squadron, which was at the center of processing intelligence "Ost" (East Prussia). In dec. 1943, led the squadron was made to the front of the Luftwaffe took part in battles with Soviet troops. In January-June 1944 carried out 36 sorties. The summer of 1944 was dismissed from office for criticizing the occupation policies. Autumn of 1944 took an active part in the formation of the 1 st Aviation Regiment, Air Force Committee of the liberation of peoples of Russia (ACPD), an officer on the staff assignments for Air Force commander ACPD VI Maltsev. One of the founders of the Air Force ACPD, commander of the training and transport squadrons. 30.4.1945 with Air Force crews ACPD surrendered parts XII U.S. Army Corps. Extradition Soviet representatives were not subject (as a non-citizen of the USSR), but decided to share the fate of fellow soldiers, together with them sent to the Soviet occupation zone (August 1945), where immediately arrested by counter-intelligence SMERSH. 26/12/1945 Military Tribunal of the Soviet occupation troops sentenced to death. Shot. 22/6/1999 rehabilitated.
Tatarkin Grigory Vasilevich (27.11.1873-14.10.1947) Colonel (1917). Major General (08.1918). Lieutenant-General (10.1919). He graduated from Novocherkassk Junker School (1894) and Mykolayiv General Staff Academy. Member of the First World War: an officer in the Army of the Don Cossacks, the commander of the 33rd Don Cossack Regiment, 1914-1917. In the White movement: the Don Army from 03.1918. The commander of cavalry detachment, 03.1918-03.1919. Commander of 5 th Cavalry Division, 03-04.1919. On 12.05.1919 the commander of 9 th Don cavalry brigade, 05 - 10.1919. The commander of the 10 th Don Cavalry Division, was replaced by General Tolkushkina; 10.1919-04.1920. The commander of the brigade and 18/08/1920 2 nd Don Cossack Division of the Russian Army, Crimea; 06 - 11.1920. In combat wounds received 9. In exile from 11.1920: Turkey, Bulgaria, in 1922 in Yugoslavia, in 1925 - in Bulgaria. During the Second World War in Cossack units ROA in Germany. Died in Munich (Germany), 1947.