(18. 9. 1909 - 4. 6. 2002)
And Vashutino Army General Pyotr. Born September 18, 1909 in Brest-Litovsk (now ÁT city of Brest, Belarus). By nationality Byelorussian. In 1926-1931 worked as a worker to repair the railway and machine shop in the city of Ivanovo-Voznesensk (now the city of Ivanovo ÁT ).
In 1930 joined the Communist Party (b). In the Soviet army from 1931. In 1933 he graduated from the Stalingrad Military Aviation School of Pilots. In 1933-1936 ÁT pilot-instructor 107 th aviation brigade of the Moscow Military District. In 1937-1939 he studied at the Air Force Academy named after NE Zhukovsky. Since 1939 ÁT military counterintelligence.
. In Private Soviet-Finnish war of 1939-1940 as the head of the special section of Rifle Corps.
. In Private World War II: from June 1941 ÁT leadership positions in Á• Á•L SMERSH in the Transcaucasus, the Caucasus, the Crimea, North Caucasus and South-Western Fronts
. The war was over as chief of SMERSH Á• Á•L 3rd Ukrainian Front.
Fter the war continued to serve in leadership positions in the central apparatus of the Ministry of Defense of the USSR. In 1950-1951 ÁT Chief of Intelligence of the Leningrad Military District. Since 1951 ÁT responsible positions in the organs of state security. In 1954-1963 ÁT 1-st deputy head of the KGB.
. From March 1963 to June 1987 Head ÁT ÁT Intelligence Agency deputy chief of General Staff of the USSR, has been managing military intelligence.
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union with the award of the Order of Lenin and the Gold Star medal Á• Á•L Army Gen. Peter Ivanovich Ivashutin awarded on Feb. 21, 1985 for courage and bravery, . displayed in the struggle against the Nazi invaders in the Great Otechestvennoyvoyny, . and successful efforts to strengthen the Armed Forces of the USSR in the postwar period.,
. In 1987-1992 ÁT in the Group of Inspectors General of the Ministry of Defense of the USSR
. ÁT Since 1992, retired. Lived in Moscow. Died June 4, 2002.
G eneral Army (1971). Awarded 3 Orders of Lenin, . Orders of October Revolution, . "For merits before Fatherland" 3rd degree, . 5 Orders of the Red Banner, . Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky 1-st degree, . 2 orders of Kutuzov 2 nd degree, . 2 orders of World War 1-st degree, . Order of Red Banner of Labor, . 3 Orders of Red Star, . medals, . foreign awards.,
Biography provided by A. Simonov
. J. C. Berzin