What were the ranks in the Soviet Union? Post Soviet Russian military ranks ARMY NAVY FORCE LIEUTENANT GENERAL VICE ADMIRAL LIEUTENANT GENERAL MAJOR GENERAL REAR ADMIRAL MAJOR GENERAL COLONEL CAPTAIN 1ST CLASS COLONEL LIEUTENANT COLONEL
What were the ranks in the Soviet Union?
Post Soviet Russian military ranks
|LIEUTENANT GENERAL||VICE ADMIRAL||LIEUTENANT GENERAL|
|MAJOR GENERAL||REAR ADMIRAL||MAJOR GENERAL|
|COLONEL||CAPTAIN 1ST CLASS||COLONEL|
|LIEUTENANT COLONEL||CAPTAIN 2ND CLASS||LIEUTENANT COLONEL|
What rank was Stalin?
|Rank||Marshal of the Soviet Union (1943)|
|Commands||Southern Front (1918–1920) (commissar) Southwestern Front (1920) (commissar) Soviet Armed Forces (1941–1953) (Supreme Commander)|
|Battles/wars||Allied Intervention in the Russian Civil War Polish-Soviet War Winter War World War II Korean War|
What is the Russian military called?
Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, commonly known as the Russian Armed Forces, are the military forces of the Russian Federation. They are divided into the Ground Forces, Navy, and Aerospace Forces. There are also two independent arms of service: Strategic Missile Troops and the Airborne Troops.
What is a Russian commander called?
komandarm (army commander) 1st rank, a front commander or supreme commander position, and an equivalent to colonel general, general of the army, or field marshal in other nations.
Who was the little big man in Russia?
|Born||Lavrentiy Pavlovich Beria29 March 1899 Merkheuli, Sukhum Okrug, Kutais Governorate, Russian Empire|
|Died||23 December 1953 (aged 54) Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union|
|Cause of death||Execution by shooting|