| Fyodor Kuznetsov|
| March 22, 1961, Moscow, Russia|
Dmitry Pavlov, Markian Popov, Mikhail Kirponos, Semyon Timoshenko, Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb
Fyodor Kuznetsov Wikipedia
Fyodor Isidorovich Kuznetsov (Russian: Фёдор Исидо́рович Кузнецо́в, 29 September 1898 – 22 March 1961) was a Colonel General and military commander of the Soviet Union.
Born to a peasant family in Mogilev Governorate (present-day Horki Raion, Mogilev Oblast of Belarus), Kuznetsov served in the Imperial Russian Army during World War I and continued his service in the Bolsheviks' Red Army. During the German-Soviet War he initially commanded the Northwestern Front during the Baltic Strategic Defensive Operation until 30 June 1941, but was relieved in early August 1941 (replaced by General Major P.P. Sabennikov). At a Stavka session on 12 August 1941, he was given command of the new 51st Independent Army, later serving as the temporary commander of the Central Front (July–August 1941), Chief of Staff of the 28th Army, Deputy Commander of the Western Front, and commander of the 61st Army.
From March 1942 to June 1943 he served as the commanding officer of the Academy of General Staff, and from August 1943 to February 1944 as the Deputy Commander of the Volkhov Front and Karelian Front. In 1945-1948, he commanded the Ural Military District, retiring due to illness.