Alexander Lukomsky

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Alexander Sergeyevich Lukomsky
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Born (1868-07-10)10 July 1868
Died 25 January 1939(1939-01-25) (aged 70)
Allegiance  Russian Empire
Service/branch Imperial Russian Army
Rank Lieutenant-General
Commands held Russian Imperial Army
Battles/wars World War I
Russian Civil War

Alexander Sergeyevich Lukomsky (July 10, 1868 – 25 January 1939 in Paris) was a Russian military commander, General Staff, Lieutenant-General (April 1916). He fought for the Imperial Russian Army during the First World War and was one of the organizers of Volunteer army during the Russian Civil War.

Lukomsky graduated from Nikolayev Engineering Institute as a military engineer, now Military engineering-technical university (Russian: Военный инженерно-технический университет|Военный инженерно-технический университет).

Lukomsky fought alongside Anton Denikin during the Russian Civil War and visited Nikolai Romanov, one of the pretenders to the Tzarist throne following the Jassy Conference where nine voted for Denikin compared to four for Nikolai.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Perry, John Curtis; Pleshakov, Constantine V. (2008). The Flight of the Romanovs: A Family Saga. London: Hachette UK. ISBN 9780786724864. 
  • Lukomskii [Loukomsky], A.S. Memoirs of the Russian Revolution, translated by Mrs. Vitali, London, Allen and Unwin, 1922. Republished: Westport, CT, Hyperion, 1975.