Aleksander Myshlayevsky

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Aleksander Myshlayevsky
Мышлаевский А.З.jpg
Born 1856
Died 1920
Allegiance Russia
Rank General
Commands held Caucasian Army
Battles/wars World War I

Aleksandr Zakharevich Myshlayevsky (1856–1920) was a Russian general during World War I. He was the deputy commander of the Caucasian Army and its field commander during the Battle of Sarikamish.[1] He was originally a military historian graduated from Imperial General Staff Academy. Myshlayvevsky was dismissed from service in March 1915.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ W.E.D. Allen and Paul Muratoff, Caucasian Battlefields, A History of the Wars on the Turco-Caucasian Border, 1828-1921, The Battery Press, Nashville, TN, 242.
  2. ^ W.E.D. Allen and Paul Muratoff, Caucasian Battlefields, A History of the Wars on the Turco-Caucasian Border, 1828-1921, The Battery Press, Nashville, TN, 269, n2.