Antonius Denikin

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Nativitas: 16 Decembris 1872; Szpetal
Obitus: 8 Augusti 1947; Ann Arbor
Patria: Imperium Russicum

Officium

Officium: Armed Forces of South Russia
Munus: centurio, scriptor, politicus

Consociatio

Factio: White movement
Religio: Christianitas Orthodoxa

Familia

Genitores: Ivan Efimovich Denikin; Elizaveta Fyodorovna Denikin
Coniunx: Xenia Denikina
Proles: Marina Denikina

Memoria

Laurae: Croix de guerre 1914–1918, Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath, Order of St. Anna 2nd class with swords, Order of St. Anne 3rd class with swords and bow, Order of Saint Stanislaus, 2nd class, Ordinis Sancti Vladimiri classis quarta, Order of Saint Stanislaus, 3rd class, Order of St. Vladimir, 3rd class, Order of Michael the Brave, Order of St. George, 3rd class, Ordinis Sancti Georgii classis quarta, Q3332355, Gladius Aureus fortitudinis gratia datus, Medal "In memory of the 300th anniversary of Romanov dynasty", Medal 100 year 1812, Order of Saint Stanislaus, 2nd class with swords, Honorary Citizen of the Russian Empire
Sepultura: Donskoe cemetery, Donskoy Monastery

Antonius Ioannis filius Denikin (Russice Антон Иванович Деникин, tr. Anton Ivanovič Denikin; (4 Decembris secundum Calendarium Iulianum, 16 Decembris secundum Calendarium Gregorianum 18727 Augusti 1947) erat dux militaris Russicus, particeps bellorum Russo-Iaponici, primi mundani et civilis Russici. In bello illo civili fuit unus ducum exercitus "Albus" vocati contra copias bolsevicorum (quae "Rubri" appellantur) bellantis. Mense Aprili 1920 primo in Britanniarum Regnum emigravit. Nonnullos libros memoriarum scripsit.

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