Mochin, Ivan Vasilievič

Mokhin, Ivan Vasilievich
Иван Васильевич Мохин
     
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MochinMokhin
Jméno:
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Ivan VasilievičIvan Vasilievich
Jméno v originále:
Original Name:
Иван Васильевич Мохин
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generálmajorMajor General
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Datum, místo narození:
Date and Place of Birth:
16.05.1903 Trakai / 16.05.1903 Trakai /
Datum, místo úmrtí:
Date and Place of Decease:
07.01.1962 Ľvov / 07.01.1962 Lviv /
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- veliteľ 250. streleckej divízie
- zástupca veliteľa 2. gardového streleckého zboru
- commander 250th Rifle Division
- deputy commander 2nd Guards Rifle Corps
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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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Příjmení:
Surname:
MochinMokhin
Jméno:
Given Name:
Ivan VasilievičIvan Vasilievich
Jméno v originále:
Original Name:
Иван Васильевич Мохин
Všeobecné vzdělání:
General Education:
DD.MM.RRRR-DD.MM.RRRR DD.MM.RRRR-DD.MM.RRRR
Vojenské vzdělání:
Military Education:
DD.04.1935-DD.08.1938 Vojenská akademie M. V. Frunzeho DD.04.1935-DD.08.1938 Military Academy of M. V. Frunze
Důstojnické hodnosti:
Officer Ranks:
17.11.1943 generálmajor17.11.1943 Major General
Průběh vojenské služby:
Military Career:
20.09.1924-DD.MM.RRRR vstup do Červenej armády
15.03.1957-DD.MM.RRRR v zálohe
20.09.1924-DD.MM.RRRR join the Red Army
15.03.1957-DD.MM.RRRR retired
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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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general-major Ivan Vasilievich MOKHIN




Ivan Vasilievich Mokhin was born May 16, 1903 in the Lithuanian city of Trakai. Before serving in the army, I. V. Mochin in Chelyabinsk and worked in the leather warehouse of the Chelyabinsk Provincial Council of National Economy (Gubsovnarchoz). In September 1924 he joined the 12th Infantry School in Chelyabinsk and in August 1925 was transferred to the Kiev Artillery School. After graduating from it in October 1928, he was appointed platoon commander in the artillery detachment of the 7th Caucasian Mountain Rifle Regiment of the 3rd Mountain Rifle Division in Leninakan. From April to September 1932, he was trained in commanders' courses at the United Military School in Moscow. On his return to the division, he commanded a regimental battery in the 10th Caucasian Mountain Rifle Regiment. In April 1935, he was accepted as a student at the Red Army Frunze Military Academy. In August 1938, he graduated from it with a 1st degree diploma and was appointed Chief of Staff of the Artillery of the 66th Rifle Division (in the cities of Lesozavodsk and Iman in the Primorsky Krai). From October 1939 he served as chief of staff of the 21st Rifle Division in Spassk.

At the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, the 21st Rifle Division was moved to the west and from September 1941 was part of the 7th Army. Its units fought in defensive battles on the border of Lake Ladoga and Lake Onega along the Svir River and participated in operations to improve the occupied position. From January 1942, served Colonel Lieutenant Mokhin as deputy commander of this division. On 19 April 1942, he was appointed commander of the 272nd Rifle Division. On 7 October he was relieved of his post and placed at the disposal of the Army War Council. A month later, he was appointed deputy chief of the Combat Training Division of the 2nd Reserve Army. With its renaming as the 63rd Army on 27 April 1943, he was confirmed in the same capacity. From 29 April, the army became part of the Bryansk Front and from 22 May defended the border along the rivers Zusha, Neruch and fought defensive battles southeast of Mtsensk. On 5 July 1943, Colonel Mochin was appointed commander of the 250th Rifle Division and took part with it in the Battle of Kursk, Oryol and the Bryansk Offensive. During it, on 18 September 1943, its units, together with the 348th Rifle Division, liberated the town of Trubchevsk on 18 September, Pogar Station on 21 September, and the town of Starodub on 22 September. After the Bryansk Front was disbanded from 1 October 1943, the division, as part of the same 63rd Bryansk Front, was formed. Army fought on the Central (from 20 October 1943 - Belarusian) front and took part in the Gomel-Rechica and Rogachev-Zlobin offensive operations. On 17 November 1943, I.V. Mokhin was promoted to the rank of major-general. From 24 February 1944, the division under his command was part of the 3rd Army and defended the border on the eastern bank of the Drut River in the Khomichi, Dedovo, Tesnovoye zone. On 23 June, its troops forcibly crossed the Drut River and took up an eastern position east of Ozeran. After taking the offensive until 27 June 1944, they cut the Mogilev-Bobrujsk, Byhov-Bobrujsk, Byhov-Osipovichi roads, then fought hard to hold the highway and prevent an enemy breakthrough from Mogilev to Bobrujsk and Osipovichi.

During the Minsk Operation, the 250th Rifle Division forcibly crossed the Berezina River at Perevoz on 30 June 1944 and then broke the Mogilev-Minsk highway. For exemplary performance of command tasks in combat during the breakthrough of the German defenses on the Bobruisk direction, the division was awarded the Order of the Red Banner (2 July 1944) and was given the honorary title "Bobruisk" (5 July 1944). During the Bialystok Operation on 20 July 1944, major-general I. V. Mokhin was severely wounded and was treated in hospital until the end of the year, after which he was at the disposal of the Main Cadre Administration. During the war, major-general Mochin was mentioned three times in commendatory terms in the commander-in-chief's orders.

In February 1945, he was appointed commander of the 50th Reserve Rifle Division, which he commanded after the end of the war. From October 1945, he served as deputy commander of the 2nd Guards Rifle Corps. In February 1946, he was appointed commander of the 17th Rifle Division. From July 1946, he was acting military commander of the Adygea Regional Military Commissariat (Majkop). In September 1946, he was dismissed from his post due to his expulsion from the communist party and assigned to the personnel department of the army. After rejoining the party in December, he was appointed chief of staff of the 1st Guards Mechanized Division. From June to October 1950, he was at the disposal of the Cadre Administration and was then appointed deputy commander of the 24th Rifle Division. From August 1951 he served as head of the military department of the Lviv Forestry Institute. On 15 March 957 he was released to the reserve due to illness.

He died on Sunday 7 January 1962 in the Ukrainian Lviv.

Sources:
Kolektiv avtorov:Velikaya otechestvennaya: Komdivy. Voyennyj biograficheskij slovar, Vol. 4, Kuchkovo pole, 2015, ISBN 978-5-9950-0602-2 (Kolektiv авторов. The Great Patriotic War: Commies. Military biographical dictionary / V. П. Горемыкин. — М.: Кучково поле, 2015. — Т. 4)
ru.wikipedia.org
generals.dk
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