Alexander Vassilievich Golubintzev Imperial Army colonel White Maj Gen under Mammatov German WWII Colonel 2

Alexander Vassilievich Golubintzev, born 1882, joined the Imperial Russian army during the Russo-Japanese War in 1904 and was colonel of the 3rd Don Cavalry Regiment by the time the Russian Revolution broke out in 1917. He went on to become a Major General of the counterrevolutionary White movement in the Ukraide during the Civil War, commanding the the 5th Don Cavalry Division under Mamontov/Denikin. He was then exiled to Bulgaria in 1920 and later Germany, where he served as a colonel in German Waffen SS Cossack units in WWII. After the war he fled to the United States and died in Cleveland in 1963.

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