(27. 12. 1901 - 24. 3. 1986)
By arlov Fedor - Commander of the 163rd Infantry Division. Born December 27, 1901 in the village Zarechie now Kurkinskoe district of Tula region. Russian. Childhood and adolescence spent in Moscow. Worked at perfume factory.
In the Army 1919-1922. In 1920 he graduated from the courses Red commanders in Moscow. Member of the Civil War. From 1932 he served in the armed forces of the NKVD. In 1938 graduated from the High Frontier School of the NKVD, in 1941 БT Military Academy of Frunze.
In Private World War II from June 1941. He fought in the Neva Nickel Б-= Бv= БT Sinyavino bridgehead near Leningrad. After a serious injury and treatment in the hospital appointed commander of the Cadet Rifle Brigade (North-Western Front). He participated in battles in the area Demyansk. Since the end of 1942 БT commander of the 163rd Infantry Division. After the defeat Demyansk group division was transferred under Elec. The division under his command participated in the Battle of Kursk, the battle at the Left Bank Ukraine, as they crossed the Dnieper and the liberation of Kiev. Reflecting the fascist counter-attacks by Fastov and Zhitomir division destroyed 80 tanks and more than 1000 soldiers and officers. By the beginning of April 1944 the 163rd Infantry Division (2-th Ukrainian Front) broke through the enemy defenses in the area of the village Tynovka (Zhashkiv region, Cherkasy region), and pursuing the enemy, fought their way was 400 km. Successfully forced the Southern Bug, Dniester, crossed the border with Romania, crossed the Prut and Seret, freeing more than 800 settlements, has caused considerable damage to the enemy. At the final stage of the war the division participated in the liberation of Hungary, Austria and Czechoslovakia.
. W tion of the Hero of the Soviet Union and the Order of Lenin and medal "Gold Star" Fedor Charles conferred May 17, 1944 for the successful management of military units and for displaying personal courage and heroism.,
. Member of the Soviet-Japanese War in 1945
. He was commander of the paratroopers who captured from the air the main city of Changchun, Manchuria, disarmed the local garrison, captivated the command and headquarters of the Japanese Kwantung Army.
After the war he continued service in the army. Since 1953, Major General Charles F.V. БT in stock.
Lived in Moscow. Died March 24, 1986. He was buried in Moscow on Dolgoprudnenskoye cemetery.
. Awarded 2 orders of Lenin, 3 orders of the Red Banner, 2 orders of Suvorov 2 nd degree, 2 orders of Kutuzov 2 nd degree, Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky 2 nd degree, World War 1-st degree, Red Star and medals.
. On the firing line
. Kiev, 1982, etc.
Biography provided by A. Simonov