Supreme Commander of the Unified Armed Forces of the Warsaw Treaty Organization
The Supreme Commander of the Unified Armed Forces of the Warsaw Treaty Organization was a post in overall command of the military forces of the Warsaw Pact. Furthermore, the Supreme Commander was also a First Deputy Minister of Defense of the Soviet Union. The post was instituted in 1955 and abolished in 1991.
|1||Ivan Konev||1897–1973||Marshal of the Soviet Union||1955||1960|
|2||Andrei Grechko||1903–1976||Marshal of the Soviet Union||1960||1967||Afterwards served as the Minister of Defence of the Soviet Union from 1967 to 1976|
|3||Ivan Yakubovsky||1912–1976||Marshal of the Soviet Union||1967||1976|
|4||Viktor Kulikov||1921–2013||Marshal of the Soviet Union||1977||1989|
|5||Pyotr Lushev||1923–1997||Army General||1989||1991|
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