Mikhail Vasilyevich Rudakov

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Mikhail Vasilyevich Rudakov (Russian: Михаил Васильевич Рудаков ) (1905–1979) was a Soviet military leader, Member of the Military Council of several Fronts during World War II, reaching service rank of Lieutenant General.

Career[edit]

Since 1923, joined the Soviet Red Army.

Since 1926, became a member of the Soviet Communist Party.

1938, graduated from the Vladimir Lenin Political Military Academy.

1939, Political Commissar of 11th Army.

1941 September, Member of the Military Council of the 27th Army (renamed as 4th Shock Army in December 1941).

November 1942, Member of the Military Council of Southwestern Front (Soviet Union) (renamed as 3rd Ukrainian Front in October 1943)

April 1944, Member of the Military Council of the 3rd Baltic Front.

November 1944, Member of the Military Council of the 1st Baltic Front.

February 1945, Samland Group of Forces .

After World War II, political works in the Soviet Armed Forces.

1952, graduated from the General Staff Academy.

Awards[edit]

Sources[edit]

http://victory.mil.ru/people/01/01/rudakov.html (in Russian)