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George Tchekhoff

Given NameGeorge
CountryBelgium, Russia


ww2dbaseHauptmann George Tchekhoff, a former Imperial Russian Navy officer who had been living in Belgian since 1918, was briefly the commanding officer of the Belgian volunteer Walloon Legion between Mar and Apr 1942. In this role he participated in anti-partisan and rear area combat support operations in Ukraine.

Last Major Revision: Jul 2016

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1. Wibson Fernando says:
12 Feb 2019 06:46:13 AM

Hello my name is Wibson Fernando son of Nair Tchekhoff and named Nicolas Tchekhoff son of George Tchekhoff. I have been looking for stories of this origin and know and know more about the history of the then considered my grandfather.

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