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 Communist Party of the Soviet Union 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 is buried in the Red Square near the Kremlin Wall.
- 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.