Sergey Sergeyevich Kamenev
Sergey Sergeyevich Kamenev (Russian: Серге́й Серге́евич Ка́менев; April 4 (16), 1881 – August 25, 1936), was a Soviet military leader.
Kamenev was born in Kiev. In World War I he commanded a regiment. He became a member of the CPSU in 1930. He was a member of the Revolutionary Military Council of the USSR from April 1924 to May 1927. He died in Moscow and he's buried in the Red Square near the Kremlin Wall.
Military career 
- Civil War (1918-1919) - commander of Eastern Front
- 1919-1924 - Chief Commander of Armed Force of the Republic
- April 1924 - March 1925 - Inspector of the Red Army
- March 1925 - November 1925 - Chief of the Staff of the Red Army
- November 1925 - August 1926 - Chief Inspector of the Red Army
- August 1926 - May 1927 - Chief of the Main Directorate of the Red Army
- May 1927 - June 1934 - undersecretary in Ministry of Military and Navy Forces and deputy chairman of the Revolutionary Military Council of the USSR
- From 1934 - the head of the Air Defence Department of Red Army
- Gold Combat Weapon with the decoration of the Order of the Red Banner
- Honorary Revolutionary Firearm with the decoration of the Order of the Red Banner
- Order of the Red Banner of the RSFSR
- Order of the Red Banner of the Khorezm SSR
- Red Crescent First Class of the Bukhara People’s Soviet Republic.