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Vladimir Konstantinovich Vitkovsky
Born April 21, 1885
Died January 18, 1978
Place of birth Pskov, Russian Empire
Place of death San Francisco, California
Allegiance Russian Empire (1905–1917)
White movement (1917–1920)
Service/branch Imperial Russian Army
1st Army Corps (VSUR)
Years of service 1905–1920
Rank lieutenant general
Battles/wars World War I
Russian Civil War

Vladimir Konstantinovich Vitkovsky (April 21, 1885 – January 18, 1978) was a White Army general in the Russian Civil War. He was born in Pskov. He served in the Imperial Russian Army in World War I. He was a recipient of the Order of St. George, the Order of St. Vladimir, the Order of St. Anna and the Order of Saint Stanislaus. After the defeat of the White movement, he evacuated to Turkey in November 1920 with fellow general Pyotr Nikolayevich Wrangel. After staying briefly in Bulgaria (1921–1922), he went to Paris, France, where he was a member of the Russian All-Military Union. After World War II, he moved to the United States. He died in San Francisco, California.[1]

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  1. Желябин А. Белградская находка // Старый цейхгауз. № 33. — с 10.

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