Omsk cadets in the service of Hitler

Omsk cadets in the service of Hitler

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PHOTO: Fragment from the film "TALE OF A BOY-KIBALCHISHE"

Previously, this topic was not raised by researchers in the history of the Omsk Cadet Corps, I think the time has come.

Outstanding graduates of the Omsk Cadet Corps have always been especially honored in the corps, and modern cadets of the Omsk Cadet Military Corps of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation are also brought up on their exploits.

The names of the Knights of St. George, Heroes of the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation are inscribed on plaques and placed in the hall of fame of the cadet corps. In the same hall are placed the names of graduates who graduated with a gold medal.

I want to draw attention to one of them. (Marked with a red arrow):


PHOTO: A plaque in the hall of fame of the Omsk Cadet Military Corps of the Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation.

Nikolai Petrovich Bialkovsky (born in 1884 - died in 1969.)
Graduated from the Siberian Cadet Corps (1904)


PHOTO: Cadet of the Siberian Cadet Corps Nikolai Byalkovsky. Omsk. 1904

He graduated from the Alexander Military School (1906)
he was released as a second lieutenant to the 7th artillery brigade.
Produced as a lieutenant on September 1, 1909, to head captains - on August 31, 1913.
On April 6, 1912, he was transferred to the 3rd Finnish Rifle Artillery Division, with which he entered the First World War.
He was awarded the Order of St. George 4th degree
“For the fact that in the battle on May 7, 1915 near the village of Neydorf, commanding 2 mountain guns and being under rifle and machine-gun fire, fought off the attacking enemy chains; when the roundabout bypass was revealed, then, in spite of the personal danger, he took a new open position and from a distance of 500 fathoms with brilliant actions of his platoon fought off all enemy attacks and dispersed the advancing column. ”
For military distinctions was made to the captains.
On July 3, 1916, he was transferred to the 1st Finnish Mountain Artillery Division, and later was appointed Commander of the 2nd Battery of the called division.

Georgievskim weapons awarded

“For what, in the battles from 26 to 28 Il. In 1916, near the farm Verbka and D. Lazaruvka, commanding four guns, under real enemy rifle and machine-gun fire, corrected the shooting of his battery, which enabled our infantry to perform its task and inflict a decisive defeat.While promoting his guns behind the regiment, in places he put them 800 steps behind our advancing chains and weakened the enemy’s rifle and machine-gun fire with his fire, which made it possible to quickly take up a fortified position with minimal losses. ”
After the October Revolution, he fought with the Bolsheviks as part of the Finnish army, and then went to the Don, where he joined the Volunteer Army. Participated in the 2nd Kuban campaign in the post of battery commander of the Kuban Cossack division, then - the commander of a separate equestrian mountain battery.

In the Armed Forces of the South of Russia - in the 1st separate equestrian-mountain artillery division.

Produced in colonels on November 6, 1919.

In March 1920, he was appointed commander of the 7th Battery of the Kornilov Artillery Brigade, in which position he remained until the evacuation of the Crimea.

According to the memoirs of Kornilov V. I. Gettsa, Colonel Byalkovsky distinguished himself in one of the first battles in the Crimea:having replenished his battery with captured red guns, he immediately opened fire on the enemy.Observing these actions, General Kutepov ordered the submission of Byalkovsky to the Order of St.. Nikolay, and its battery - to the Nikolaev pipes.

Gallipolian

In 1921 - in the 1st battery of the Kornilovsk artillery division

In the autumn of 1925 - as part of the same division in Yugoslavia.

In emigration to Yugoslavia.
He was a member of the Society of Artillery Officers in Belgrade.

During the Second World War he served in the Russian corps.

From April 1, 1942 he was appointed commander of the 4th company of the 2nd regiment of the Russian corps.


PHOTO: Cossack officers of the Russian Corps, along with the head of the Croatian fascist Ustashi Ante Pavelic (center left) and the last marching chieftain of the corps, Wehrmacht Major General Helmut von Pannwitz. On the far right is the former major of the Red Army, Ivan Nikitovich Kononov, who in 1941 switched over to the side of the Germans and before transferring to Yugoslavia, he commanded the Cossack units of the Wehrmacht.

in 1943 - head of the arms of the 3rd battalion of the Russian corps


PHOTO: A parade of one of the artillery units of the Russian corps.


PHOTO: Prayer service at the artillery position of the Russian Corps. A priest sprinkles a cannon with holy water.

then - in the 7th company of the same regiment with the rank of lieutenant


PHOTO: The corporal - machine gunner 4 or 5 regiments of the Russian security corps 1944-1945 year.


PHOTO: Cossack from the Russian corps in Yugoslavia with a German non-commissioned officer inBelgrade. 1942


PHOTO: Fragments of the daily activities of the artillery units of the Russian corps.


PHOTO: Colonel Anatoly Ivanovich Rogozhin, the last commander of the Russian Corps


PHOTO: Review of the Russian corps. Command corps on the podium.


PHOTO: Column of Cossacks from the Russian corps in Yugoslavia. 1942 year.


PHOTO: A parade of one of the artillery units of the Russian corps.

from March 1945 - in the Russian Liberation Army.


PHOTO: Nikolai Byalkovsky in the form of Wehrmacht Lieutenant.

After the end of the Second World War, he lived in Munich, was the chairman of the Munich department of the Union of officials of the Russian corps.
In 1956 he moved to the United States, settled in Los Angeles.


PHOTO: Russian Union Corps Union badge

He was chairman of the California Department of the Society of Russian Military Disabled and senior in the Kornilov Association.

He died in 1969.
Buried at the Hollywood Cemetery.
He was married to Princess Yulia Alexandrovna Kugusheva (1896-1966).

Awards:
Order of St. Anne 3rd century. with swords and bow (VP 16.06.1915)
Order of St. George 4th century (VP 09/01/1915)
Order of St. Anne 2nd v. with swords (VP ​​01.09.1916)
The highest favor "for differences in cases against the enemy" (VP 14.10.1916)
Georgievsk weapons (PAF 07.29.1917)
Order of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker (Order of the Commander-in-Chief No. 500, October 31, 1921)

These are the personalities included in the lists of outstanding graduates of the Omsk Cadet Corps.

"- The man who fought on Hitler’s side could only hope that the terrifying system in Russia would be replaced by another, even more terrible. Some former friends of the Nazis now quite seriously assert that they were counting on first destroying Bolshevism with the help of Hitler Russia from Hitlerism is already in some other way, obviously, in a way known to them. I have no doubt that 99 out of 100 had no such calculation and could not have. "
(“They served their ideas, and served them with honor ...” From the political correspondence of M. Aldanova // A. Chernyshev, October, 1996, No. 6)

Total graduates of the Omsk Cadet Corps - collaborators, known today about two dozen.

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