Vladislav Klembovsky

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Vladislav Napoleonovich Klembovsky

Vladislav Napoleonovich (Vladimir Nikolayevich) Klembovsky (Russian: Владислав Наполеонович (Владимир Николаевич) Клембовский; 28 June 1860 in Moscow Governorate – 19 July 1921) was a Russian military commander during World War I.

Alexander Kerensky, head of the Russian Provisional Government after the overthrow of the Tsar, appointed him Supreme Commander in Chief of the Russian Army in August 1917, replacing Lavr Kornilov.[1]

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