Monday 15 October 2012

Captain Dmitri Cherevichenko

The son of Siberian peasants, Dmitri rose in the ranks due to his loyalty to the cause, his natural toughness and his innate cunning.  As a Squad Commander he led his troops quite successfully, always ambushing, outmaneuvering, our outwitting the enemy.  He was promoted to Platoon Commander, but was less successful in directing larger numbers of troop.  With the invasion of Poland, he was reassigned to be the Liaison of Foreign Partisans in the Sandomierz area.

His current duties are to be in touch with Polish Resistance members in the area, coordinating their activities with Russian troops and even assigning them specific missions when the need arises.

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