A soldier of the Red Army raises the Russian flag above the Reichstag in Berlin as the city falls to the Allies in 1945

A soldier of the Red Army raises the Russian flag above the Reichstag in Berlin as the city falls to the Allies in 1945

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Col.-Gen. (since 1961 - Marshal of the Soviet Union) Golikov Filipp Ivanovich (July 16, 1900 - July 29, 1980) - Soviet military leader. Commander 10th and 4th Shock Armies, the Bryansk Front, 1st Guard Army, the North-Western and the Voronezh Fronts in WWII.

Col.-Gen. (since 1961 - Marshal of the Soviet Union) Golikov Filipp Ivanovich (July 16, 1900 - July 29, 1980) - Soviet military leader. Commander 10th and 4th Shock Armies, the Bryansk Front, 1st Guard Army, the North-Western and the Voronezh Fronts in WWII.

Moskalenko, Kirill Semenovich (11 may 1902 - 17 June 1985) — Soviet military leader, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, Marshal of the Soviet Union. Commander 15th RC (5th Army), 6th Army, 6th Cav.Corp, 38th, 1st Tank, 1st Guard, 40th (1942-1943) and 38th (1943-1945) Soviet Armies in WWII.

Moskalenko, Kirill Semenovich (11 may 1902 - 17 June 1985) — Soviet military leader, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, Marshal of the Soviet Union. Commander 15th RC (5th Army), 6th Army, 6th Cav.Corp, 38th, 1st Tank, 1st Guard, 40th (1942-1943) and 38th (1943-1945) Soviet Armies in WWII.

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