biographical name Semyon Konstantinovich 1895-1970 Soviet marshal

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  • Timoshenko, Marshal Semyon — 1895–1970    Timoshenko was an experienced and effective General who took the full brunt of the German invasion of Soviet Russia in 1941. A man of peasant origins with a long career in the Cavalry and a friendship with STALIN dating back to the… …   Who’s Who in World War Two

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