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Ivan Terentevich PERESYPKIN

government and military official

Ivan PERESYPKIN, USSR Government and military official. Marshal of Signal-Communication Troops; former Chief of SignalCommunication Troops, Soviet Army. three Order of Lenin; two Order of Red Banner; Order of Kutuzov, Class I; medals. Member, Communist Party, since 1925.

Background

PERESYPKIN, Ivan was born in 1904.

Education

1924 graduated Red Army Military Political School. 1937 graduated Mfl. Electrotechn. Communications Academy.

Career

Military specialist in organ, of signal-communication troops. 1942-1945 member, Supreme Command Staff. Led signalcommunication troops at Stalingrad in operations to encircle and destroy German forces.

In Kursk offensive, 1944 Belarusian operation, etc. 1950-1953 carried out basic reorgan, of signal-communication troops, North Korean Army. Author of several works on tactical use and organ, of signal-communication troops.

Deputy, USSR Supreme Soviet of 1946 convocation. 1919-1920 volunteer in Red Army. 1920-1923 miner in Donbas.

1924-1932 military political work in Red Army. 1937-1939 Military Commissar, Communications Research Institute, then Military Commissar, Communications Bd,, Red Army. 1939-1941 USSR Popular Commissar of Communications.

1941-1945 USSR Deputy Popular Commissar of Defense and Chief, Main Communications Board, Soviet Army. 1946-1957 Chief, Sov, Army SignalCommunication Troops. Present military pos. unknown.

Politics

Member, Communist Party, since 1925.

Membership

Member, Communist Party, since 1925.