05 June 2017

0223 | Photo | Russisches Schutzkorps Serbien



Serbian homeland, Russian motherland, and a German uniform: Russian immigrants, the White Guards – members of the Russian Protection Corps in Serbia. The unit commander was Generalleutnant Boris Shteifon, a doctor of military sciences and a former Wrangel officer, who spent a third of his life as a citizen of Belgrade. Pictured, Generalleutnant Shteifon (second from the left) inspects his troops after a field exercise.

Text © Ivan Ž.

Photographer: unknown.
Date: 1943.
Location: unknown, Yugoslavia.
Original caption: unknown.

File source: "Signal" Sonderheft Ost 1943 (p. 7).

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Domovina srpska, otadžbina ruska, a uniforma nemačka: ruski emigranti, belogardejci – pripadnici Ruskog zaštitnog korpusa u Srbiji. Komandant ove jedinice je bio general-potpukovnik Boris Štejfon, doktor vojnih nauka i bivši Vrangelov oficir, koji je trećinu života proveo kao Beograđanin. Na slici, general-potpukovnik Štejfon (drugi sleva) vrši smotru svojih trupa posle terenskih vežbi.

Tekst © Ivan Ž.

Fotograf: nepoznat.
Datum: 1943.
Mesto: nepoznato, Jugoslavija.
Originalni natpis: nepoznat.

Izvor fajla: "Signal" Sonderheft Ost 1943 (str. 7).

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