Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgy Zhukov Signed Post WWII Document

Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgy Zhukov Signed Post WWII Document


Marshal Zhukov signed and notated post WWII document, size 8” x 12”. Good Condition.


Military characteristics for the deputy commander of the 82d rifle corps Major-General Rukhlenko Fedor Maksimovich.


Born in 1900, native of the Kursk district, the Ural region, Russian, a member of the CPSU (b) since April 1929.
Education: a general-rural school in 1913, military-command courses in 1921, the Vladikavkaz infantry school in 1926, the Frunze Academy in 1938. In the Soviet Army from February 1919. On the fronts of the Patriotic War from July 7th, 1941 to May 9th, 1945.


He was awarded with the “Order of the Red Banner”, “Bogdan Khmelnitsky 2d degree”, the “Order of Lenin”, the “Order of Red Star”.



“ XX years of the Red Army”, “Medal for the defense of Stalingrad”, “Medal for the victory over Nazi Germany”.

Lightly wounded in August 1944, He wasn’t in captivity and surrounded. In the occupied territory did not live.

Major-General Rukhlenko Fedor Maksimovich is the deputy commander of the 82d rifle corps from August 12, 1946.

During this time showed insufficient organization in work. Little help was given to the corps troops in setting up combat training. Little control over the combat training of the battalions of divisions.

He has not enough methodological skills and knowledge in the preparation of small units.

He did not show enough knowledge during training. He does little work on himself. Personally disciplined. Morally stable.

To the party of Lenin-Stalin and the Socialist Motherland is faithful.

Conclusion: With the duties of the deputy commander of the corps in peacetime, coping with difficulty. It is advisable to send to study in the academy.

Commander 82d of the Rifle Corps of the Hero Union of the Soviet Union Guard General Lieutenant Kupriyanov (signature in blue ink pen).

December 10, 1946.

Conclusion of The Military Council of the District:

“Send to academic courses” (Zhukov’s writings)

Commander of the Military District, Marshal of the Soviet Union G. Zhukov (signature in red pencil)

Member of the military council of the district, Major- General Rumyantsev (signature in green pencil)

Marshal Zhukov (1896-1974). The most outstanding commander in the USSR’s painful triumph over Germany.  During World War II Zhukov directed the first major Soviet success in the defense of Moscow, turned the German tide at the Battle of Stalingrad, lifted the siege of Leningrad, and led the Russians advance from Warsaw to Berlin.  He signed the document formally ending Second World War on May 8, 1945. Georgy Zhukov was one of the most successful generals during WWII, and was reportedly greatly admired by General Eisenhower.


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