Ioan Arhip

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Ioan Arhip (born 1890, died 1980) was a Romanian Major-General during World War II. He began his career as Deputy General Officer Commanding 3rd Division in 1941, and was promoted to General Officer of the division the following year. From 1942-1944, Arhip was Vice Chief General of Staff. He became the General Officer Commanding 15th Training Division in 1944, and Director of Infantry later that year. He was Deputy General Officer Commanding 2nd Corps area in 1944, and went into reserve in 1945. [1]


  1. ^ "Generals from Romania". Retrieved 2008-11-24.