Vladimir Boyarsky

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Vladimir Boyarsky (Russian: Влади́мир Ильи́ч Боя́рский, 10 December 1901, Berdetskoye, Kiev Governorate, Russian Empire — 7 May 1945, Příbram, Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia) was a Soviet Red Army officer who became a collaborator with Nazi Germany during World War II, serving in Andrey Vlasov's Russian Liberation Army.[1]

Family and education[edit]

Born into a Polish family, Boyarsky graduated from an economic institute in 1926. He received a military education at the Frunze Military Academy in 1937.

History of service[edit]

Obtained from corresponding article on Russian Wikipedia.

  • Served in the 111th Rifle Regiment of the 37th Rifle Division
  • 1928—1929 — adjutant of a battalion commander.
  • 1929—1930 — Battalion commander
  • January — July 1930 — Adjutant of a division chief of staff.
  • July 1930 — July 1932 — Division chief of staff.
  • 1932—1934 — Chief of staff of the 80th Rifle Regiment of the 27th Rifle Division.
  • 1934—1937 — Attended the Frunze Military Academy.
  • 1937—1938 — Tactics instructor at the Higher Rifle-Tactics Course "Vystrel."
  • 1938—1939 — Moved to the reserve (due to a purge).
  • 1939—1940 — Adjutant of the chief of staff of the 3rd Rifle Division.
  • 1940—1941 — Deputy Chief of Staff of the 18th Rifle Corps in the Far Eastern Military District.
  • 1941 — Colonel. Joined the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
  • January — March 1941 — Chief of the operations directorate of the 18th Rifle Corps staff.
  • March — September 1941 — Chief of staff of the 31st Rifle Corps.
  • Since September 1941 — Commander of the 41st Rifle Division in the Privolzhsky District.
  • After January 1942 — Fought on the southwestern front
  • May 1942 — Division was encircled. He was captured by German forces.

Sources[edit]

  • Александров К. М. (Aleksandrov K. M.) Офицерский корпус армии генерал-лейтенанта А. А. Власова. Биографический справочник. СПб., 2001.
  • Залесский К. А. (Zalessky K. A.) Кто был кто во Второй мировой войне. Союзники Германии. — М.: АСТ, 2004. — Т. 2. — 492 с. — ISBN 5-271-07619-9.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Конец Южной группы РОА (in Russian). Militera.lib.ru. Retrieved 15 December 2011.