GITTIS Vladimir( Military figure, Corps Commander)
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Biography GITTIS Vladimir
Gittis Vladimir Mikhailovich (24.06.1881, St. Petersburg - 22.08.1938), military leader, Corps Commander (1935). Son tradesman. Educated in an infantry cadet school (1902). Participant 1-st World War, Colonel. In 1917, the regimental commander. In Feb.. 1918 joined the Red Army. On Feb.. 1918 Commander of the 6 th Army in Nov.. 1918 - 8 th Army, the Southern Front. In July 1918-Apr. 1920 Commander of the Western Front. Supervised counter-offensive against troops of the gene. NN. Yudenich (Fall 1919). In May 1920 the commander of the Caucasus Front. After the Civil War, commanded Zavolzhskii, Petrograd Military District. Since 1921 was especially important for orders in the Revolutionary Military Council of the Republic. In 1925 joined the Communist Party (b). Since 1926, Deputy. early. Supply WPRA. Since 1930, authorized the People's Commissariat of Military and Naval Affairs in the People's Commissariat of Trade, then the early. department of foreign orders of the USSR People's Commissariat of Defense. 28/11/1937 Arrested. At trial, refused knocked out of him during the investigation evidence. 22/8/1938 sentenced to death. Shot. In 1956, rehabilitated.