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Collection: 1896 Births, 1958 Deaths, Army Generals (Soviet Union), Bolsheviks, Burials at Novodevichy Cemetery, Communist Party of the Soviet Union Members, Heroes of the Soviet Union, Members of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union, People from Oryol Governorate, People from Trubchevsk, Recipients of the Czechoslovak War Cross, Recipients of the Distinguished Service Cross (United States), Recipients of the Military Order of the White Lion, Recipients of the Order of Kutuzov, 1St Class, Recipients of the Order of Lenin, Five Times, Recipients of the Order of Suvorov, 1St Class, Recipients of the Order of the Cross of Grunwald, 3Rd Class, Recipients of the Order of the Red Banner of Labour, Recipients of the Order of the Red Banner, Four Times, Recipients of the Order of the Red Star, Soviet People of World War II
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Ivan Yefimovich Petrov

Иван Ефимович Петров
Ivan Yefimovich Petrov
Ivan Petrov
Born (1896-09-18)September 18, 1896
Trubchevsk, Oryol Governorate, Russian Empire
Died April 7, 1958(1958-04-07) (aged 61)
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Buried at Novodevichy Cemetery
Allegiance  Soviet Union
Service/branch Red Army
Years of service 1918 - 1958
Rank General of the Army
Commands held 1st Cavalry Division
25th Rifle Division
Separate Coastal Army
44th Army
Black Sea Group of Forces
North Caucasus Front
33rd Army
2nd Belorussian Front
4th Ukrainian Front
Turkestan Military District
Battles/wars Russian Civil War
Polish–Soviet War
Basmachi Revolt
World War II
Awards Hero of the Soviet Union
Order of Lenin (5)
Order of the Red Banner (4)
Order of the Red Star(2)
Order of Suvorov(3)
Order of Kutuzov
Order of the Red Banner of Labour
Distinguished Service Cross (United States)
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