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34th Rifle Corps

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34th Rifle Corps
AllegianceSoviet Union
BranchSoviet Red Army

The 34th Rifle Corps was a corps of the Soviet Red Army. It was part of the 19th Army. It took part in the Great Patriotic War.



  • Divisional commander Vasily Matveyevich Gonin (until February 1940)
  • Divisional commander Konstantin Pyadyshev (February 1940 to May 1940)
  • Division commander Prokofy Romanenko (May 1940 to June 1940)
  • Major General Raphael Khmelnitsky (June 21, 1940 to August 9, 1941)
  • Colonel Adrian Zakharovich Akimenko (July 24 to August 10, 1941)


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