Martin Jervan

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Martin Volmer Jervan (May 13, 1891 Tallinn – October 15, 1942, Chelyabinsk) was an Estonian Major General and medical doctor. He served as head of the Estonian Army medical service from 1935 until the Soviet occupation in 1940.

On 8 March 1941 Jervan was arrested, deported and subsequently executed in Chelyabinsk prison camp.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Limberg, Fred (1980). Isamaa eest: Eesti Vabariigi sõjajõudude organisatsioon ja juhtkond. Boreas. p. 91. ISBN 978-0-906967-00-3.