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Grigory Ivanovich Choglokov
File:File:Grigory I. Choglokov.jpg
Born November 4, 1867
Died June 27, 1921
Place of death Constantinople, Ottoman Empire
Allegiance Russian Empire
Service/branch Imperial Russian Army
Rank lieutenant general
Commands held 1st Don Cossack Division
Battles/wars World War I

Grigory Ivanovich Choglokov (November 4, 1867 – June 27, 1921) was a division commander of the Imperial Russian Army. At the beginning of World War I, he was a major general. He was promoted in 1915. After the October Revolution, he opposed the Bolsheviks and emigrated to Turkey.[1][2]

Awards

Preceded by
Aglay Dmitriyevich Kuzmin-Korovaev
Commander of the 1st Don Cossack Division
1914–1916
Succeeded by
Pyotr Ivanovich Greeks

References

  1. Чоглоков Григорий Иванович
  2. Р. Г. Гагкуев, В. Ж. Цветков, С. С. Балмасов Генерал Келлер в годы Великой войны и русской смуты // Граф Келлер М.: НП «Посев», 2007 ISBN 5-85824-170-0

Sources

  • Р. Г. Гагкуев, В. Ж. Цветков, С. С. Балмасов Генерал Келлер в годы Великой войны и русской смуты // Граф Келлер М.: НП «Посев», 2007 ISBN 5-85824-170-0

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