LAPIN Albert Yanovich( Soviet military leader, corps commander)
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Lapin, Lapin, Lapins, Albert Yanovich [p. 15 (27) .5.1899, Riga, - 11.5.1937], a Soviet military leader, Corps Commander (1935). Member of the CPSU since 1917. In the October 1917 battle in Moscow - Red Guard detachment Lefortovo, a member of the General Staff of the Moscow Red Guards, the head of the Moscow military enlistment orgotdela. In the Civil War from 1918-20 was the Commissioner of the Intelligence Staff and the political directorate of 5 th Army, commanded a regiment, brigade, and 30 th Infantry Division on the Eastern and Western fronts. Since 1921 the military commander of the defense and protection of railway. d. Far Eastern Republic, the head of the Amur Infantry Division, commander of the Amur and Trans-Baikal military districts, the division commander. In 1927 he graduated from the Military Academy of the Red Army, then commanded the 19-m Exemplary Rifle Corps, was Chief of Staff of the Far Eastern Army, the head of the Red Army Staff. In 1932-37 assistant commander of the Byelorussian Military District and the special of the Far Eastern Army Air Force. He was awarded the Order of Lenin and 4 of the Order of the Red Banner.
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. Lapin, Albert Yanovich (real name - or Lapin Lapins) (15.05.1899, Riga - 21.09.1937), military leader, Corps Commander (1935)
. Educated at the Military Academy of Red Army (1927). In June 1917, entered into RSDLP (b). During the October uprising 1917 members of the General Staff of the Red Guard in Moscow. From July 1918 on the Eastern front, he held senior positions in exploration, the Commissioner of the various headquarters. Since July 1919 commanded the regiment, brigade, 30 th Infantry Division. Distinguished in the capture of Achinsk, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, and then - in the Soviet-Polish war. Awarded 3 orders of the Red Banner (1920, January. and December. 1921). Since the end of 1920 commanded the 27-th division of internal service, an army of defense and protection of railways Saigon Far Eastern Republic (DDA). In May-June 1921 Acting Chief of the People's Revolutionary Army DDA. In the Sept.-Dec. 1921 commander of the Amur, in December. 1921 - May 1922 - Trans-Baikal military district. Since 1922 the beginning. A separate staff of the Far Eastern Army (OKDVA). Since 1927 the commander of the 19 th of Primorsky Rifle Corps, beginning. Management Staff of the Red Army. early. Office training Army. Since 1932 assistant. Commander of the Air Force of the Belarusian Military District and OKDVA. 17.05.1937 as a participant in the Latvian fascist organization, the NKVD arrested by Special Branch. Tortured and beaten. Committed suicide in prison. As was found after his death, the note said: "I'm tired of living, I was badly beaten, so I gave false testimony and told the other persons. I am in no way guilty. "