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Konstantin Ivanovich Rakutin (Russian: Константин Иванович Ракутин, 1901–1941) was a Major-General of the NKVD. He served in World War II. Rakutin was killed during the Yelnya Offensive during Operation Barbarossa, shortly before the Battle of Moscow. Rakutin was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union posthumously for his leadership during the offensive.
- 1940 Chief of Staff NKVD Border Troops Leningrad,
- 1940 Acting General Officer Commanding NKVD Border Troops, Leningrad,
- 1941 Commanding Officer NKVD Border Troops Baltic,
- 1941 Head North-Western Front Rear Security,
- 1941 Commanding Officer 31st Army,
- 1941 Commanding Officer 24th Army,
- 1941 Killed in Action
- "Konstantin Rakutin". Герои страны ("Heroes of the Country") (in Russian).
- Glantz, David; House, Jonathan (2015). When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler. University Press of Kansas. ISBN 9780700621217.
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