Petin Nikolai( Military figure, Corps Commander)
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Petin Nikolai Nikolaevich (2.5.1876, Vologda - 7.10.1937), military leader, Corps Commander (1935). The son of a nobleman. Educated in the Nicholas School of Engineering (1897) and Nikolaev Military Academy (1907). Participant 1-st World War, Colonel. In 1917 i.d. Quartermaster General Staff of the armies of South-Western Front. In 1918, joined the Red Army. In June and early July 1918. Mobilization Department Belomorsk Military District. In 1918-20 was a head of 6 th Army, the Western, Southern and Southwestern Fronts. The developer plans for a decisive offensive against the White armies. In 1920-21 Deputy. and the commander of the Kiev Military District. In January. 1921 - April. 1924 Commander of the Western Siberia and the Siberian Military District. In 1924-25 beginning. Management of the Red Army and the inspector of military schools. In 1928-30 was especially important for orders in the People's Commissar and was a Deputy. early. General Directorate of the Red Army. Since October. 1930 Inspector of Engineers, then early. Engineers of the Red Army and the beginning. Military Engineering Management WPRA. In 1933 joined the WRC (b). In April. 1937 received a severe reprimand for the construction of a dacha at public expense. 4/6/1937 arrested. 7/10/1937 sentenced to death. Shot. In 1956, rehabilitated.