Martyn Pushkar( Poltava colonel, known for its loyalty to Moscow.)
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Biography Martyn Pushkar
Mentioned for the first time under the year 1650. Designated Bogdan Khmelnitsky, together with Vygovsky, chief adviser to Yuri Khmelnitsky, he not only shared aspirations Vygovsky to move to the side of Poland, but an enemy to him and reported to Moscow that its relations with Poland. After the first denunciation, which Moscow does not believe, Pushkar had to come to grips with Vygovsky and in the battle of Poltava, in 1657, inflicted a severe defeat. Enhanced with new units of Cossacks, he again, in 1658, broke Vygovsky, but fell in this battle.