Mishchenko Pavel Ivanovich( Fighting General, Adjutant General, General of the Ordnance)
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Biography Mishchenko Pavel Ivanovich
Born in 1853, Mr.. Participated in the Russian-Turkish war of 1877. the Caucasian front in 1880 - 81 years in the Akhal-Tekinskiy expedition. In 1899. Mishchenko was appointed assistant chief of the security guards of the East China Railway. During the Boxer Rebellion Mishchenko emerged as a brave military chief. In the Russian-Japanese war Mishchenko, commanding a separate Transbaikalian Cossack Brigade, made a number of bold intelligence. At the beginning of the war he came to Korea to Chonzhyu; in May and June 1904. dispute the Japanese to Gaydzhou and Sahotan. During the battle of Liaoyang covered our right flank and retreat to Mukden. By the end of December 1904. Mishchenko made a foray into Yingkou. During the operation the Sandenu Mishchenko crashed into the enemy positions, threw the Japanese to Landungou and then entered into battle with the army reserves, Oka, left their motion to Sumana. In this battle, Mishchenko was wounded in the leg and in the Battle of Mukden did not participate. Later Mishchenko II commanded the Caucasian Army Corps, was briefly Turkestan Governor-General (2 May 1908. - March 17, 1909) and ataman Don Army (23 February 1912. - September 23, 1912).