Abram Dragomirov

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Abram Dragomirov
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Native name Абрам Михайлович Драгомиров
Birth name Abram Mikhailovich Dragomirov
Born (1868-04-21)April 21, 1868
Chernigov, Russian Empire
Died December 9, 1955(1955-12-09) (aged 87)
Paris, France
Allegiance  Russian Empire
Russian Empire White movement
Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia
Service/branch Russian Empire Imperial Russian Army
Russian Empire Armed Forces of South Russia
Russian Liberation Army
Years of service 1884—1945
Rank General
Unit

Semyonovsky Regiment

2nd Caucasus Cavalry Division
Commands held 9th Army Corps
5th Army
Kiev Army Corps
Battles/wars

World War I

Russian Civil War

World War II

Abram Mikhailovich Dragomirov (21 April 1868 - 9 December 1955) was a General in the Imperial Russian Army. Following the Russian Revolution he joined Anton Denikin in the Volunteer Army.

Dragomirov joined Andrey Vlasov's pro-German Russian Liberation Army during World War II.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cherniaev, Vladimir Iu. (1997). "The White Generals". In Edward Acton, Vladimir Iu. Cherniaev, and William G. Rosenberg (eds.) Critical Companion to the Russian Revolution, 1914-1921. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 215. ISBN 978-0-253-33333-9.