Kučmistyj, Grigorij Petrovič

Kuchmisty, Grigory Petrovich
Григорий Петрович Кучмистый
     
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Григорий Петрович Кучмистый
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25.11.1898 Tomarovka, Kurská oblasť / 25.11.1898 Tomarovka, Kursk Oblast /
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03.03.1966 Kazaň / 03.03.1966 Kazan /
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- veliteľ 146. streleckej divízie
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- commander 146th Rifle Division
- chief of staff 17th Rifle Division
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Kolektiv avtorov: Velikaja otečestvennaja: Komdivy. Vojennyj biografičeskij slovar, Tom 4, Kučkovo pole, 2015, ISBN 978-5-9950-0602-2 (Коллектив авторов. Великая Отечественная: Комдивы. Военный биографический словарь / В. П. Горемыкин. — М.: Кучково поле, 2015. — Т. 4)
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KučmistyjKuchmisty
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Grigorij PetrovičGrigory Petrovich
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Григорий Петрович Кучмистый
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Kolektiv avtorov: Velikaja otečestvennaja: Komdivy. Vojennyj biografičeskij slovar, Tom 4, Kučkovo pole, 2015, ISBN 978-5-9950-0602-2 (Коллектив авторов. Великая Отечественная: Комдивы. Военный биографический словарь / В. П. Горемыкин. — М.: Кучково поле, 2015. — Т. 4)
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Colonel Grigory Petrovich Kuchmistyi




Grigory Petrovich Kuchmistyi was born on 25.11.1898 in Svoboda Tomarovka in the Russian Empire.

After the outbreak of the Civil War, G. P. Kuchmistyi was drafted into the Red Army on May 18, 1919 and sent to the 211th Rifle Regiment of the 24th Rifle Division on the Eastern Front. In its ranks, he fought against the troops of Admiral A. V. Kolchak and the White Cossacks of Ataman Dutov at Orenburg. From 15 October 1919 to 20 June 1920 he was on machine gun courses in Moscow, then was transferred to the Western Front, where he fought as a platoon commander in the 511th Rifle Regiment of the 57th Rifle Division. After the division was disbanded in October 1920, its troops joined the 4th Rifle Division, and G. P. Kuchmistyi was appointed commander of the machine-gun group of the 28th Rifle Regiment. In March 1921, he took repeated courses at the headquarters of the same 4th Rifle Division and was appointed platoon commander in the 29th Infantry Regiment. With this regiment and courses for junior commanders of the 10th Brigade, he fought against the detachments of General S. N. Bulak-Balachovich in the Recica area and against Group B. V. Savinkov in the Borisov district. During the reorganization of the division from June 1922 he commanded a platoon in the 10th Rifle Regiment. From September 1924 to August 1925 he studied at the Western Infantry School in Smolensk, after returning to the regiment he served as platoon commander of the regimental school and commander of the machine-gun company. From December 1927 to May 1928 he studied in the "Vystrel" courses, then was appointed commander of the machine gun company in the 21st Independent Machine Gun Battalion.

Since December 1930 he was commander and commissar of the 4th Independent Machine Gun Company in the Ptich station. In August 1931 he was transferred with the company to the Pripyat sector in the Mozyr district, and from June 1932 he commanded the Mozyr Independent Local Company. In April 1933 he was appointed battalion commander in the 191st Rifle Regiment 64th Rifle Division in Roslavl, and in June 1935 he was transferred to the same post in the 128th Rifle Regiment 43rd Rifle Division (Idrica settlement). From May 1936 was Captain G. P. Kuchmistyiy deputy chief of the Border Reconnaissance Point and from November 1937 deputy chief of the Intelligence Department of the Main Staff of the Belarusian Military District. From June 1938 he served as Chief of the 2nd (Reconnaissance) Department of the Headquarters of the 11th Rifle Corps. From August 1939 he commanded the 288th Rifle Regiment of the 64th Rifle Division. He took part with it in the Red Army's 1939 campaign in western Belarus.

At the beginning of the Great Patriotic War the division, as part of the 13th Army of the Western Front, fought defensive battles on the outskirts of Minsk, then withdrew to the Berezina River and on to Smolensk under the pressure of enemy superiority. Later, as part of the 44th Rifle Corps of the Western Front, it fought on the Yartsovo direction. From 28 September to 13 October 1941, Lieutenant Colonel G. P. Kuchmistyi was on the staff of the task force of the troops of General-Lieutenant I. V. Boldin, he handled well the assigned tasks to withdraw the encircled troops. He was wounded in the fighting at Vyazma on 9 October 1942. In March 1942, he was appointed commander of the 429th Rifle Regiment 52nd Rifle Division, which was formed in the Moskov Military District in Kolomna, Solnechnogorsk (from 30 May) and Danilovo (from 15 June). From May 1942 he served as chief of staff of this division. At the end of July, the division left for the as part of the 30th Army. From August 1942 to February 1943, G. P. Kuchmistyi studied at the Military Academy in Frunze. After graduating, he was promoted to the rank of Colonel and transferred to the Kalinin Front and in March was appointed chief of staff of the 28th Rifle Division of the 3rd Shock Army. In July 1943, he was appointed deputy commander of the 46th Guards Rifle Division. From 6 November to 11 December 1943, Colonel G. P. Kuchmistyi commanded the 146th Rifle Division on the 2nd Baltic Front and within the 79th. and 100th Rifle Corps took part with it in the offensive of the 3rd Shock Army on the Idritz Line. He was then transferred to deputy commander of the 119th Guards Rifle Division. In February 1944, he participated with it in the Starorusko-Novovrozhevsk offensive, in the liberation of the town of Pustoshka. From 12 March to 13 April, the division's troops fought offensive battles in the area of Kozie Brod (north of Pustoshka), then held the defense on the border of the villages of Ovechkino and Turovtsevo, Velikoluk area. From June to July 1944, commanded by Colonel G. P. Kuchmistyi 7th Guards Rifle Division. He participated in the planning and organization of the offensive of its units in the Rezhitsko-Dvinsk offensive operation, in the liberation of the city of Rezekne. For the conquest of this town, the division was awarded the honorary title "Rezicka".

In August 1944 he was transferred to the Polish Army and until the end of the war he served there as Chief of Staff of the 7th and from March 1945 - 9th Infantry Division. After the end of the war he was at the disposal of the Main Cadre Administration from September 1945, then in December 1945 he was appointed Chief of Staff of the 17th Rifle Division 53rd Rifle Corps Kazan Military District. He was discharged to the reserve on 30 August 1946.

He died on Thursday, March 3, 1966 in Kazan at the age of 67.

Sources:
Kolektiv avtorov: Velikaya otechestvennaya: Komdivy. Voyennyj biograficheskij slovar, Vol. 4, Kuchkovo pole, 2015, ISBN 978-5-9950-0602-2 (Kolektiv autorov. The Great Patriotic War: Komdivs. Military biographical dictionary / V. П. Goremykin. - M.: Kučkovo pole, 2015. - Vol. 4)
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