Мацей Аляксандравіч Сулькевіч
Süleyman bəy Sulkeviç
|Chief of General Staff of Azerbaijani Armed Forces|
March 26, 1919 – December, 1919
|Preceded by||Habib Bey Salimov|
|Succeeded by||Abdulhamid Bey Gaytabashi|
Kiemiejšy, Vilna Governorate, Russian Empire (present-day Belarus)
|Died||July 15, 1920
|Service/branch||Azerbaijani Armed Forces|
|Years of service||1883 - 1920|
Maciej (Suleyman bey) Sulkiewicz (Belarusian: Мацей Аляксандравіч Сулькевіч, Azerbaijani: Süleyman bəy Sulkeviç; 20 June 1865, Kiemiejšy, now Voranava District, Grodno Region, Belarus – 15 July 1920, Baku) was a lieutenant general of the Russian Empire, Prime Minister of Crimea (1918), and Chief of General Staff of Azerbaijani Armed Forces in 1918-1920.
Born to parents of Lipka Tatar origin, he changed his name to Mohammad after settling in Azerbaijan Democratic Republic, but in Azerbaijan he is still known as Suleyman bey Sulkiewicz and Mammad bey Sulkiewicz.
He joined the Imperial Russian Army in 1883 and became an officer in 1886. He was promoted to major general in 1910 and to lieutenant general in 1915. Sulkiewicz participated in the Chinese expedition against the Boxers, in the Russo-Japanese War and World War I. After the collapse of the Russian Empire Sulkiewicz formed the Crimean Regional Government as interim government in Crimea under the German occupying forces. Prior to the loss of Crimea to White Russians, Sulkiewicz moved to Azerbaijan and became Chief of Staff of Azerbaijani Armed Forces of ADR on March 26, 1919.
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