SOVIET RUSSIAN MARSHAL ZHUKOV SIGNED POST WW II DOCUMENT
29th November 2016
Marshal of Soviet Union Georgi Zhukov signed post WW II document.Typed document in Russian (9"x 12"), 2 sheet (1 pages) signed by G. Zhukov in blue pen as Commander of the Ural Military District, Marshal of the Soviet Union, November 11, 1949. The document is an Attestation of Deputy head of the military and physical training Colonel Pastushenko Andrei Romanovich, year of birth 1913, member of communist party from 1941, Ukrainian. Serve in Army from October 1934, graduated Frunze Military Academy . Zhukov signed document , confirmed that Colonel Pastushenko corresponds his position. Zhukov" The document is in good condition. Marshal Georgi 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.
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