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The interrogation of Friedrich Paulus at Don Front HQ, 1943. Left to right: Rokossovsky, Voronov, translator Nikolay Dyatlenko and Field Marshal Paulus.

Nikolay Nikolayevich Voronov (Russian: Никола́й Никола́евич Во́ронов; born May 5 [O.S. May 17] 1899 in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire; died February 28, 1968, in Moscow, Soviet Union) was a Soviet military leader, Chief Marshal of Artillery (1944), and Hero of the Soviet Union (May 7, 1965). He was commander of artillery forces of the Red Army from 1941 until 1950.

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Nikolay Voronov is interred in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis at the Red Square.

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