Chernyakhovsky

Chernyakhovsky (masculine), Chernyakhovskaya (feminine), or Chernyakhovskoye (neuter) may refer to:

  • Ivan Chernyakhovsky (1906–1945), Soviet General of the Army
  • Chernyakhovsky District, a district of Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia
  • 24968 Chernyakhovsky, an asteroid

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Ivan Chernyakhovsky
... Ivan Danilovich Chernyakhovsky, also Cherniakhovsky, (Russian Ива́н Дани́лович Черняхо́вский) Oksanina, Uman, Russian Empire (today Cherkasy Oblast, Ukraine), 29 ... Chernyakhovsky was the youngest Front commander in the Red Army ...
Ivan Chernyakhovsky - 1945: Soviet Supreme Commander of East Prussia - Killed in Action
1945 until February 18, 1945, General Ivan Chernyakhovsky was appointed Soviet supreme commander of East Prussia ... On 1 February General Chernyakhovsky split the pocket by attacking between Elbing and Königsberg ... Just over 2 weeks later, on February 18, General Chernyakhovsky, the youngest front commander of World War II, was killed by shell fragments from artillery fire while inspecting preparations for ...
Ivan Chernyakhovsky - 1944: Battles in Belarus
... General Bagramyan's 1st Baltic Front and General Chernyakhovsky's 3rd Belorussian Front struck to the north and south of Vitebsk and took the city on June 27 ... Chernyakhovsky's left wing then took Orsha - this meant that the Moscow - Minsk highway could now be used to threaten the German rear ... Chernyakhovsky's army now headed for Minsk ...
The East Prussian Offensive
... of the offensive was to be conducted by the 3rd Belorussian Front under Ivan Chernyakhovsky ... From the north, on Chernyakhovsky's right flank, General Hovhannes Bagramyan's 1st Baltic Front would attack the positions of the 3rd Panzer Army on the Neman, as well as ... Chernyakhovsky's left flank would be supported by the 2nd Belorussian Front of Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky, which was initially ordered to push ...