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Aleksei Baiov
Born February 8, 1871
Died May 8, 1935
Place of birth Uman, Russian Empire
Place of death Tallinn, Estonia
Allegiance Russian Empire
Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic
White movement
Estonia
Service/branch Imperial Russian Army
Red Army
White Army
Estonian Army
Years of service 1888–1917 (Russian Empire)
1918–1919 (Bolsheviks)
1919–1920 (White movement)
1920–1926 (Estonia)
Rank lieutenant general
Commands held 42nd Infantry Division
50th Army Corps
2nd Army

Aleksei Baiov (February 8, 1871 – May 8, 1935) was an Imperial Russian division, corps and army commander. He was born in present-day Ukraine. He was made a Poruchik in 1894, a Stabskapitän in 1896, a Podpolkovnik (lieutenant colonel) in 1900, a Polkovnik (colonel) in 1905 and a major general in 1911. After the October Revolution, he briefly sided with the Bolsheviks before turning against them.

Awards[]

Works[]

  • Leib-guards Jäger Regiment. Historical reminder for lower ranks. 1893
  • Memo on tactics for non-commissioned officers Corps.
  • Checklist for topographies for non-commissioned officers Corps.
  • Military-geographical and statistical description of northern Korea. 1903
  • Orders for Munnich 1736 – 1738 years. 1904
  • The Russian army during the reign of IMP. Anna Ioannovna. The war of Russia with Turkey in 1736-1739, t. 1-2, St. Petersburg. 1906; Tom. 1. volume 2.
  • A history of Russian martial art, 1-7, St. Petersburg. 1909-13:
  • History of the Russian army, 1, St. 1912;
  • History of martial arts as science, St. Petersburg. 1912
  • Russia's contribution to the victory of the allies. 1924
  • The origins of the great world of drama and its directors. 1927
Preceded by
Commander of the 42nd Infantry Division
April–June 1917
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Nikolai Danilov
Commander of the 2nd Army
November 20 – December 24, 1917
Succeeded by
A. Kiseylov

Bibliography[]

  • Незабытые могилы. Русское зарубежье: некрологи 1917—1999.// В 6 т. 8 книгах, под ред. В. Н. Чувакова. М. «Пашков Дом». 1999. т.1. «А-В». стр. 176.

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