Fedor Vladimirovich Martson ( 1853 - 1916 ) - Russian military and statesman, member of the Military Council, Turkestan Governor-General, commander of the Vilno and Turkestan military districts. The brother of Major-General L.V. Martson .
|Fedor Vladimirovich Martson|
|Date of Birth||September 16, 1853|
|Date of death||1916|
|Years of service||1870–1916|
|Commanded||A member of the military council (from January 17, 1913), commander of the Vilna and Turkestan troops (from October 4, 1914 to July 1916) of military districts and the military ataman of the Semirechensky Cossack army|
|Battles / Wars||Russian-Turkish war (1877-1878) , Russian-Japanese war , World War I|
|Awards and prizes|
Fedor Vladimirovich Martson was born on September 16, 1853, Orthodox. He began service on August 5, 1870. He graduated from the Nizhny Novgorod Cadet Corps and the 1st Pavlovsk School (1873). Released second lieutenant with a secondment to the Life Guards Volynsky regiment , second lieutenant (1876). The participant of the Russian-Turkish war of 1877-1878 . The lieutenant (1877). Headquarters Captain (1881).
He graduated from the 2nd category of the Nikolaev Academy of the General Staff (1883). Captain of the General Staff (1881).
Senior Adjutant Headquarters 29th Infantry Division (November 22, 1883 - October 24, 1884).
Consisted for assignments at the headquarters of the Vilna Military District and managed the movements of the district troops (October 24, 1884 - February 6, 1887).
Head of the movement of troops of the Nizhny Novgorod-Brest region (1887-1894).
Head of the military communications of the Kiev Military District (February 23, 1894 - August 16, 1899). Major General (1899).
District quartermaster general of the Warsaw military district headquarters (August 16, 1899 - October 30, 1904). Lieutenant General (1904).
Member of the Russian-Japanese war of 1904-1905 . Chief of the Field Staff of the 3rd Manchurian Army (October 30, 1904 - February 26, 1906). The commander of the 42nd Infantry Division (February 26, 1906 - June 30, 1907). Commander of the 15th Army Corps (June 30, 1907 - April 11, 1909).
Assistant Commander of the Vilna Military District (April 11, 1909 - November 23, 1910). Commander of the Vilna Military District (November 23, 1910 - January 17, 1913). General of Infantry (1910).
From January 17, 1913 - Member of the Military Council.
On October 4, 1914, he was sent to Tashkent and was appointed commander of the Turkestan Military District and military ataman of the Semirechensky Cossack Army and the Turkestan Governor-General.
From July 1916 he returned to direct service in the Military Council.
Fedor Vladimirovich Martson died in October 1916.
- Order of St. Stanislav 3rd degree with swords and bow (1878)
- Order of St. Anne of the 4th degree (1878)
- Order of St. Anne 3rd degree with swords and bow (1878)
- Order of St. Stanislav 2nd degree (1885)
- Order of St. Anne 2nd Class
- Order of St. Vladimir of the 4th degree (1892)
- Order of St. Vladimir of the 3rd degree (1900)
- Order of St. Stanislav 1st degree (1903)
- Order of St. Anne 1st Degree with Swords (1905)
- Order of St. Vladimir 2nd degree (December 6, 1909)
- Order of the White Eagle (1913)
- Order of St. Alexander Nevsky (1915).
- Zalessky K.A. Who was who in the First World War. - M .: AST ; Astrel, 2003. - 896 p. - 5000 copies - ISBN 5-17-019670-9 (ACT); ISBN 5-271-06895-1 (Astrel).