(14. 4. 1905 - 1. 5. 1978)
In LADIMIR Boris commander of 311 Infantry Division (61 Army, 1 st Belorussian Front), Major-General. Born April 14, 1905 in the city of Alexandroupoli, now Leninakan (Armenia) in the family of employee. Russian. Member of the CPSU since 1943. In the Soviet Army from 1921. He graduated from the Infantry School in 1925.
At the front of the Great Patriotic War in March 1942.
G eneral Vladimirov particularly distinguished himself in January 1945 in the Vistula-Oder operation. As a result, well-conceived and skillfully organized fighting his division on January 14-15, successfully broke through the German defenses in depth at the turn of the Vistula River. In pursuit of the enemy, the division was fought from 16 to 28 January, about 400 km, with little loss in manpower and materiel. Soldiers led by General Vladimir among the first entered the territory of Nazi Germany and, . completing a difficult maneuver in a wooded area, . with fierce resistance to the Nazis forced them away from the border and defeated the garrison city of five thousand Schneidemuhl (Saw, . Poland),
. In the area of the city Schneidemuhl Division soldiers seized the huge trophies, including 30 trains with military equipment, food and military equipment.
. W and leadership shown by the division in the difficult conditions of battle and shown personal courage and heroism of 6 April 1945 Boris Aleksandrovich Vladimirov awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union.
. In 1947 he graduated from the higher academic courses at the Military Academy of the General Staff
. Since 1960, Lieutenant General Vladimir Б+T in Stock. Awarded 2 orders of Lenin, 3 orders of the Red Banner, Order of Suvorov, of 2 degrees, 1 degree Patriotic War, medals and foreign orders and medals.
Died May 1, 1978. Buried in Moscow.
Sources: 1) The heroes of the Great Patriotic War
. Issue IV. 1974
2) Heroes of the Soviet Union: A Brief Biographical Dictionary. V.1. M.: Voeniz.1987.