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Ivan Panfilovich Belov
Born June 27, 1893
Died June 29, 1938
Place of birth Russian Empire
Place of death Soviet Union
Allegiance Russian Empire
Soviet Union
Service/branch Imperial Russian Army
Soviet Red Army
Years of service 1913–1917 (Russian Empire)
1918–1938 (Soviet Union)
Rank Komandarm 1st rank
Commands held North Caucasus Military District
Leningrad Military District
Moscow Military District
Battles/wars World War I
Russian Civil War
Miembros Revvoensoviet URSS 1927

Members of Military Revolutionary Council of the USSR, Belov is 2nd from right in the back row.

Ivan Panfilovich Belov (June 27, 1893 – June 29, 1938) was a Soviet Komandarm 1st rank. He was born in what is now Vologda Oblast. He fought in the Imperial Russian Army during World War I and later in the Red Army during the Russian Civil War. He received the Order of the Red Banner twice (1920 and 1921). During the Great Purge, he was one of the judges during the trial of Marshal of the Soviet Union Mikhail Tukhachevsky during the Case of Trotskyist Anti-Soviet Military Organization in June 1937. Belov was himself arrested on January 7, 1938 and later executed. After the death of Joseph Stalin, he was rehabilitated in 1955.

Preceded by
Ieronim Uborevich
Commander of the North Caucasus Military District
1927–1931
Succeeded by
Nikolai Kashirin
Preceded by
Mikhail Tukhachevsky
Commander of the Leningrad Military District
1931–1935
Succeeded by
Boris Shaposhnikov
Preceded by
Boris Gorbachyov
Commander of the Moscow Military District
1936–1937
Succeeded by
Semyon Budyonny

BibliographyEdit

  • Robert Conquest: The Great Terror. Soviet Union 1934–1938. 2. Aufl. Langen Müller, Munich 1993, ISBN 3-7844-2415-5.
  • Géorgi N. Golikov, M. I. Kusnezow: Lexikon der großen sozialistischen Oktoberrevolution („Malenkaja Encyclopedia Velikaja Oktjabrskaja Socialisticeskaja Revoljucia“). Bibliographisches Institute, Leipzig 1976.
  • Donald Rayfield: Stalin and his hangmen. Blessing-Verlag, Munich 2004, ISBN 3-89667-181-2.
  • Heinrich E. Schulz u.a. (Hrsg.): Who was Who in the USSR. Scarecrow Press, Metuchen, N.J. 1972, ISBN 0-8108-0441-7.

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