Belov Ivan Panfilovich( Military leader, commander of rank 1)
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Biography Belov Ivan Panfilovich
Belov, Ivan Panfilovich (15.06.1893, village Kalinicheva Cherepovets district Novgorod province - 29.07.1938), military leader, commander of rank 1 (1935). The son of a poor peasant. In 1913, drafted into the army. Participant 1-st World War, non-commissioned officer. In 1917 joined the Party of the Left Socialist-Revolutionaries. In 1917, the Secretary, then before. Soldiers' Committee 1 st Siberian reserve regiment in Tashkent. From March 1918 to April. Early 1919. garrison and commandant of the fortress of Tashkent and also Deputy. commander of the Turkestan Republic. In January. 1919 led the bloody suppression of the uprising Tashkent. After "dissolution" of the Party of the Left SRs in 1919, among others, adopted the RCP (B.). In April-Oct. 1919 Chief of the troops of the Republic of Turkestan. Then commanded the division, and in August. 1920 - Sept.. 1921 - Bukhara group of forces. Successfully fought Bassmachi troops, using them against their own terrorist methods. In June 1920 suppressed the anti-Soviet uprising in Verny. He commanded troops during the operation, which resulted in the destruction of the Bukhara Khanate. Distinguished himself during the suppression of the Kronstadt uprising - one of the few for this was awarded the Order of the Red Banner. In 1921-22 commanded the units that had performed the "cleansing" in the Kuban, which has become the victim of an enormous number of ordinary Cossacks, many of whom did not participate in the anti-Soviet uprising. Since 1923 he commanded a division, corps, armies of Moscow and Leningrad military districts. 07.01.1938 to the post commander of the Belarusian Military District arrested. 29/07/1938 sentenced to death. Shot. In 1956, rehabilitated.