Konstantin Avksentevsky

Konstantin Alekseyevich Avksentevsky (October 12, 1890 – November 2, 1941) was a Soviet army commander. He fought in the Imperial Russian Army during World War I and for the Bolsheviks in the subsequent civil war. He was a recipient of the Order of the Red Banner. He commanded forces in both Central Asia and the Caucasus.

Konstantin Alekseyevich Avksentevsky
Born1890
Totemsky Uyezd, Vologda Governorate, Russian Empire
Died1941
Moscow, Soviet Union
AllegianceRussian Empire
Soviet Union
Service/branchImperial Russian Army
Soviet Red Army
Years of service1914–1931
Commands held4th Army
6th Army
Turkestan Front
Central Asian Military District
Red Banner Caucasus Army
Battles/warsWorld War I
Russian Civil War

In July 1938 - February 1939 he was imprisoned in Ukhtpechlag. In June 1939, the criminal case was dismissed. He then worked as an inspector of the cultural and educational part of the farm "Novy Bor" at the mouth of the Pechora River.
According to official data, he died on November 2, 1941 in the village Medvezhka in the Ust-Tsilemsky District. According to other sources, in November 1941 he was already in Moscow and he was killed when criminals attempted to rob his apartment. He was buried in Vologda, on the Vvedensky cemetery.

Preceded by
Office created
Commander of the Central Asian Military District
1926–1928
Succeeded by
Pavel Dybenko
Preceded by
Mikhail Lewandowski
Commander of the Red Banner Caucasus Army
1928–1931
Succeeded by
Ivan Fedko