Sergey KRUGLOV, USSR Colonel-General, State Security Service since 1945. Works for USSR Committee of State Security since 1956. two Order of Lenin; Order of Suvorov; Order of Kutusov; Knight Commander, England; Legion of Merit, United States of America. Member, Communist Party, since 1918.
KRUGLOV, Sergey was born in 1900.
Until 1938 worked for some time in Cadres Deputy, USSR Popular Commissariat of Heavy Industry. 1938-1945 Deputy Popular Commissar of Internal Affairs. 1939-1952 candidate member of the Central Committee, All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks).
1943 Deputy Head, Main Board, “Smersh” (Soviet political police’s organ in countries occupied by Red Army). 1946-1956 USSR Minister of Internal Affairs. 1953-1954 USSR Minister of Internal Affairs and Minister of State Security.
1952-1956 Member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party. During Teheran, Yalta and Potsdam Conferences was responsible for Stalin’s safety.