Romaněnko, Pavel Stěpanovič

Romanenko, Pavel Stepanovich
Romanenko, Pavel Stepanovič
Павел Степанович Романенко
     
Příjmení:
Surname:
RomaněnkoRomanenko
Jméno:
Given Name:
Pavel StepanovičPavel Stepanovich
Jméno v originále:
Original Name:
Павел Степанович Романенко
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Rank:
plukovníkColonel
Akademický či vědecký titul:
Academic or Scientific Title:
docent docent
Šlechtický titul:
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Datum, místo narození:
Date and Place of Birth:
15.12.1907 Kupjansk / 15.12.1907 Kupiansk /
Datum, místo úmrtí:
Date and Place of Decease:
DD.MM.1994 Moskva / DD.MM.1994 Moscow
Nejvýznamnější funkce:
(maximálně tři)
Most Important Appointments:
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- veliteľ 174. streleckej divízie
- náčelník štábu 17. streleckej divízie
- commander 174th Rifle Division
- chief of staff 17th Rifle Division
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Sources:
Kolektiv avtorov: Velikaja otečestvennaja: Komdivy. Vojennyj biografičeskij slovar, Tom 5, Kučkovo pole, 2015, ISBN 978-5-9950-0457-8 (Коллектив авторов. Великая Отечественная: Комдивы. Военный биографический словарь / В. П. Горемыкин. — М.: Кучково поле, 2015. — Т. 5)
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Příjmení:
Surname:
RomaněnkoRomanenko
Jméno:
Given Name:
Pavel StepanovičPavel Stepanovich
Jméno v originále:
Original Name:
Павел Степанович Романенко
Všeobecné vzdělání:
General Education:
DD.MM.RRRR-DD.MM.RRRR DD.MM.RRRR-DD.MM.RRRR
Vojenské vzdělání:
Military Education:
DD.04.1938-01.07.1941 Vojenská akademie M. V. Frunzeho
14.01.1944-20.03.1944 Vyššia vojenská akadémia K. J. Vorošilova
DD.12.1947-DD.02.1950 Vyššia vojenská akadémia K. J. Vorošilova
DD.04.1938-01.07.1941 Military Academy of M. V. Frunze
14.01.1944-20.03.1944 Higher Military Academy named after K. E. Voroshilov
DD.12.1947-DD.02.1950 Higher Military Academy named after K. E. Voroshilov
Důstojnické hodnosti:
Officer Ranks:
DD.MM.1943 plukovníkDD.MM.1943 Colonel
Průběh vojenské služby:
Military Career:
29.10.1929-DD.MM.RRRR vstup do Červenej armády
31.12.1958-DD.MM.RRRR v zálohe
29.10.1929-DD.MM.RRRR join the Red Army
31.12.1958-DD.MM.RRRR retired
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Zdroje:
Sources:
Kolektiv avtorov: Velikaja otečestvennaja: Komdivy. Vojennyj biografičeskij slovar, Tom 5, Kučkovo pole, 2015, ISBN 978-5-9950-0457-8 (Коллектив авторов. Великая Отечественная: Комдивы. Военный биографический словарь / В. П. Горемыкин. — М.: Кучково поле, 2015. — Т. 5)
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Colonel Pavel Stepanovich ROMANENKO




Pavel Stepanovich Romanenko was born on 15.12.1907 in Kupyansk, Kharkov Gubernia, Ukraine.

He was drafted into the Red Army on 29 October 1929 and subsequently sent to the 7th Independent Rifle Battalion in Sevastopol. In September 1930 he was sent to the Ukrainian Cavalry School, from there he was transferred to the Tambov Cavalry School. After graduating from it in November 1933, he was appointed platoon commander of the 62nd Cavalry Regiment of the Special Cavalry Division of the Moscow Military District. In January-April 1934 he trained in the course "Vystrel", after returning to the regiment he commanded a cavalry platoon and a platoon of the regimental school, a squadron. From April 1938, he was a student of the Red Army Military Academy named after M. V. Frunze.

At the beginning of the Great Patriotic War Captain P. S. Romanenko graduated from the academy early and until July 1, 1941 temporarily served as chief of staff of the 9th Rifle Regiment in Moscow. He was then transferred to Yefremov to form the 280th Rifle Division, upon arrival he took up the post of Chief of Staff of the 1035th Rifle Regiment. In late August 1941, the division joined the 3rd Army Bryansk Front and fought heavy defensive battles on the Desna River north of Pochep. In early October, during the beginning of the Orel-Bryan defensive operation, the division was surrounded. After reaching its units in late October, it was disbanded and Captain P. S. Romanenko was appointed commander of the Operations Department of the 137. Rifle Division of the 3rd Army (from November 11 - within the Southwestern Front). On 19 November, south of Tula, while repelling enemy attacks, Captain Romanenko was wounded and evacuated to hospital. After recovering, in February 1942, he was appointed chief of the operational part of the staff of the 120th Independent Rifle Brigade, which was formed in Kuznetsk. In May-August 1942 the brigade, as part of the 7th Guards Rifle Corps 33rd Army Western Front, was on the defensive in the Medyn area, then fought offensive battles in the Temkin area. At the end of August, major Romanenko was transferred to the post of chief of staff of the 112th Independent Rifle Brigade, and in January 1943 he was appointed chief of staff of the 17th Rifle Division. At the end of January 1943, the division was transferred to the left flank of the Western Front in the area north of Zizdra, and from 7 March, as part of the 16th Army, fought in the offensive battles on the Zizdra Line.

From 1 May 1943, the 17th Army was Rifle Division subordinated to the 50th Army, from 14. August it participated in the offensives at Smolensk and Bryansk (from 17 August, as part of the Bryansk Front). On 9 September 1943, as a result of a clever flanking manoeuvre, units of the division broke through to Ludinov. Later, they forcibly crossed the Bolva and Iput rivers, and on 26 September 1943, they entered Belarusian territory near the town of Surazha. Continuing the offensive, the division fought heavy battles to force a crossing of the Sozh River with further access to the Dnieper. On 18 November, it reached the Sozh River near the town of Propojsk (Slavgorod). From 15 September 1943 to 6 January 1944 Colonel P. S. Romanenko temporarily commanded this division. On 4-8 January 1944, he successfully led the division's offensive battles in the area of Stary Bykov on the Dnieper. From 14 January 1944 he was educated at the Higher Military Academy named after K. E. Voroshilov and completed its accelerated course on 20 March 1944.

On 6 April 1944 he was transferred to Yugoslavia, to the staff of Marshal Josip Broz Tito (National Committee for the Liberation of Yugoslavia) as Senior Deputy Chief of the USSR Military Mission. During the fighting in Yugoslavia, he suffered a light wound on 25 May 1944 and returned to Moscow on 16 August. He was at the disposal of the Main Cadre Administration until October, when he was posted to the 3rd Belorussian Front. On 23 November, he was appointed Chief of Staff of the 174th Rifle Division. Just a few days later, on 28 November 1944, he was appointed commander of that division. From January 1945, his units participated in the 31st Army in the East Prussian and Insterburg-Königsberg offensives. During these operations they crossed the Masurian Lakes and captured the towns of Rastenburg, Bischofstein, Heilsberg, Heiligenbeil. For the capture of the latter town, the division was awarded the Order of Kutuzov 2nd Class (26 March 1945). After reaching the Gulf of Frisches Gaf in early April, the division was withdrawn as part of the STAVKA reserve and moved to the Ligwinitz area of central Germany. From 21 April it was assigned to the 1st Ukrainian Front and took part in the Prague Offensive. At the end of June 1945, the division was disbanded and Colonel Romanenko was transferred to the position of Chief of Staff of the 19th Rifle Division. In August, he was assigned to the the STAVKA reserve with an assignment to the M. V. Frunze Military Academy. From November 1945 he was a lecturer in the Department of General Tactics, from May 1947 a senior lecturer in operational-tactical training, and was also the tactical head of the faculty's training group for the preparation of officers of foreign armies.

From December 1947 to February 1950 he studied at the K. E. Voroshilov Higher Military Academy. After graduation he was posted to the Ministry of National Defence of the Republic of Poland. After returning to the USSR in July 1953, he was again assigned to the Frunze Military Academy, where he served as an associate professor in the departments of tactics of higher formations and operational-tactical training. On 31 December 1958, he was released to the reserve.

He died in 1994 in Moscow.

Sources:
Kolektiv avtorov: Velikaya otechestvennaya: Komdivy. Voyennyj biograficheskij slovar, Vol. 5, Kuchkovo pole, 2015, ISBN 978-5-9950-0457-8 (Kolektiv autorov. The Great Patriotic: Komdivs. Military biographical dictionary / V. П. Goremykin. - M.: Kučkovo pole, 2015. - Vol. 5)
pamyat-naroda.ru
ru.wikipedia.org

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