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Victor Fedorovitch Winberg (16 June 1832 – unattested date) was an Imperial Russian division commander. He was the father of Fyodor Viktorovich Vinberg. He participated in the suppression of the 1863 uprising in Poland as well as the war against the Ottoman Empire.

Victor Fedorovitch Winberg
Winberg Victor Fedorovitch.jpg
Born16 June 1832
AllegianceRussian Empire
Service/branchImperial Russian Army
RankGeneral of the cavalry
Commands held12th Cavalry Division
2nd Guards Cavalry Division
10th Army Corps
Battles/warsJanuary Uprising
Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878)
Preceded by
Chief of Staff of the 2nd Guards Infantry Division
1863-1865
Succeeded by
Kozen
Preceded by
Commander of the 12th Cavalry Division
1878–1886
Succeeded by
Alexander Mikhailovich Lermontov
Preceded by
Commander of the 2nd Guards Cavalry Division
1886-1890
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Commander of the 10th Army Corps
1890–1901
Succeeded by

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External linksEdit

  • "Victor Fedorovitch Winberg". «Russian army in a Great war» project.
  • Биография на сайте «Русская императорская армия»