Vladislav Klembovsky

Vladislav Napoleonovich (Vladimir Nikolayevich) Klembovsky (Russian: Владислав Наполеонович (Владимир Николаевич) Клембовский; 28 June 1860 in Moscow Governorate – 19 July 1921) was a Russian military commander during World War I.

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Alexander Kerensky, head of the Russian Provisional Government after the overthrow of the Tsar, appointed him Supreme Commander in Chief of the Russian Army in August 1917, replacing Lavr Kornilov.[1]

Klembovsky later joined the Red Army as a volunteer, but was arrested after the Red army's defeat in Poland by the Bolsheviks and starved to death in prison.[2]

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  1. ^ Kerensky's August 1917 denunciation of General Kornilov Retrieved 14 April 2012.
  2. ^ Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr (1986, 2008 Eng. trans.). The Red Wheel, March 1917, Node III, Book 1. (p.647). University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, Indiana

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