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  2. Nikolai Krylenko - Wikipedia

    Krylenko was born in Bekhteyevo, in Sychyovsky Uyezd of Smolensk Governorate, the eldest of six children (two sons and four daughters) born to a populist revolutionary and his wife. His father, needing income to support his growing family, became a tax collector for the Tsarist government. [1]

  3. How a junior officer became supreme commander of the Russian ...

    Nikolai Krylenko was a lawyer and ardent revolutionary. Having landed in the Russian army by accident, he was appointed commander-in-chief by Lenin for a special mission. On Nov. 22, 1917,...

  4. Krylenko, Nikolai Vasilyevich |

    Nikolai Vasilyevich Krylenko (both: nyĬkəlī´ vəsē´lyəvĬch krĬlyĕn´kō), 1885–1938, Russian revolutionary and Soviet jurist. In Nov., 1917, Trotsky promoted him from ensign to commander in chief of the Russian forces for the purpose of opening peace negotiations with the Central Powers.

  5. Nikolai Krylenko - Wikiquote

    Nikolai Vasilyevich Krylenko (Russian: Никола́й Васи́льевич Крыле́нко, IPA: [krɨˈlʲenkə]; May 2, 1885 – July 29, 1938) was a Russian Bolshevik revolutionary and Soviet politician.

  6. Nikolai Krylenko, Political Chess, and the 1935 Second Moscow ...

    Nikolai Krylenko, Political Chess, and the 1935 Second Moscow International Tournament In our recent post showcasing photos from the 1935 Second Moscow International Tournament, we mentioned the significance of the tournament to the Soviet program of Political Chess.

  7. Nikolai Krylenko | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Krylenko was born in Bekhteyevo, in Sychyovsky Uyezd of Smolensk Governorate, the son of a populist revolutionary. He joined the Bolshevik faction of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party in 1904 while studying history and literature at St. Petersburg University where he was known to fellow students as Comrade Abram.

  8. Nikolai Krylenko. "The Main Goals of the Chess/Checkers ...

    Nikolai Krylenko (1885-1938) was a Soviet government official who held various posts throughout his career, including briefly becoming the entire Red Army's supreme commander in 1917.

  9. Nikolai Krylenko (Earth-616) | Marvel Database | Fandom

    Born in Minsk, the son of Russian nuclear physicist Sergei Krylov, Nikolai Krylenko (Russian: Николай Крыленко) and his fraternal twin sister Laynia Petrovna were taken from birth by the then-Soviet government to be trained as soldiers after their mutant natures manifested.

  10. Nikolai Krylenko - Spartacus Educational

    Nikolai Krylenko was born in Bekhteevo near Smolensk in 1885. As a student at St Petersburg University he joined the Bolsheviks and helped organize demonstrations during the 1905 Revolution. In 1907 Krylenko was arrested and exiled to Lubin in Russian Poland.

  11. Nikolai Krylenko – Wikipedia

    Krylenko oli lyhyen aikaa Venäjän armeijan ylipäällikkö vallankumouksen jälkeen 1917–1918, mutta hänet syrjäytettiin, ja hän työskenteli sittemmin oikeusjärjestelmän johtotehtävissä Neuvostoliitossa. 1930-luvulla hän toimi Venäjän SFNT:n yleisenä syyttäjänä ja oikeusasiankansankomissaarina ja uransa huipulla Neuvostoliiton …