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3rd Army Corps
Country Russia
Allegiance Russian Empire White movement
Branch Armed Forces of South Russia
Size Corps
Engagements

Russian Civil War

Southern Front

The 3rd Army Corps (Russian: 3-й армейский корпус) was one of the main formations of the Armed Forces of South Russia (Russian: Вооружённых Сил Юга России, ВСЮР; VSUR) during the Russian Civil War.

This army unit was first known as the Crimean-Azov Army formed in VSYUR on January 10, 1919 on the basis of the Crimean-Azov Corps itself formed in December 1918.
In May 1919 the Crimean-Azov Army was transformed into the 3rd Army Corps.

Composition[]

  • 1st Brigade: Yakov Slashchov
  • 2nd Brigade: AA Geiman
  • 1st Division: Andrei Shkuro
  • Division: Sułtan Girej-Kłycz
  • 4th Infantry Division: Yakov Slashchov (2nd formation)
  • 13th Infantry Division (3rd formation)
  • 34th Infantry Division (3rd formation)
  • 6th Infantry Division (4th formation)
  • 7th Infantry Division (4th formation)

Commanders[]

Chiefs of Staff[]

  • E. V. Maslovskiy: 1918–1919 (1st formation)

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