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OUTSTANDING PEOPLE OF KARABAGH

PARSEGHOV MICHAEL ARTEMI (1899-1964) Born in 1899 in Mashadishen (Kolkhozashen) of Martuni region, Nagorno Karabagh. A Colonel General, Hero of the Soviet Union. Participated in World War I, Caucasus front, Finnish War, Great Patriotic War. Awarded with Gold Star, three Lenin Orders, four Red Banner Orders, Souvorov Order of the 2nd degree.

 

PETROSYAN ARPO (ARPENIK) AVETIS (1908 ) - A doctor of philology, professor. Born in 1908 in Shushi. In 1936 graduated from Moscow Institute of Journalism. During 1951-1970 worked in the Institute of World Literature after Gorki. From 1970 Petrosyan was editor-in-chief of the academic publication "Epics of the Nations of the USSR". Petrosyan is awarded with an October Revolution Order.

PETROSYAN SOUREN GRIGORI (1916 - ) Born in Rev village of Askeran region (Nagorno Karabagh). A Hero of the Soviet Union. From the very first days of the great Patriotic War participated in various battles. Petrosyan was the commander of the 3rd battalion of the 5th guards landing brigade, participated in the forced crossing of the River Dnepr. Awarded with Red Star and Lenin Orders and other medals.

PIRUMYAN (PIRUMOV) DANIEL-BEK ABISOGHOM (1861-1921) Born in 1861 in Nakhichevanik village (Askeran region, Nagorno Karabagh). A military, colonel of the Tsarist army. During World War I fought in the Caucasus front. Pirumyan was the commander of a regiment in West Armenia. Participated in Sardarapat Battle. After the establishment of the Soviet power in Armenia Pirumov was arrested and executed.

PIRUMYAN (PIRUMOV) POGHOS-BEK (PAVEL) KARAMAN (1864-1922) Born in 1864 in Nakhichevanik village (Askeran region, Nagorno Karabagh). A military, colonel of the Tsarist army. At Sardarapat Battle was the commander of the 5th Karabagh Regiment which played a crucial role in defeating the Turkish troops.

PIRUMOV (PIRUMYAN) VLADIMIR SEMYON (1926 - ) Born in 1926 in Kirovakan to a family from Artsakh. A rear admiral of the Soviet Navy. Began his military career in 1941. Pirumov held various lead positions in the Baltic Fleet. During 1966-74 worked in the Navy Academy after Grechko as a head of a department. From 1974 Pirumov worked in the Navy headquarters. Pirumov is the author of a number of works on military issues. Awarded with the Red Star Order.

PIRUMOV (PIRUMYAN) CHRISTOPHOR NIKOLAY (1895 ) - A doctor, professor. Born in 1895 in Nakhichevanik village (Askeran region, Nagorno Karabagh). Graduated from medical department of Kiev University. Pirumov was the director of Yerevan Institute of Tropical Diseases, the Institute of Malaria and Medical Parasitology. His contribution to the military-medical services cannot be overestimated. Pirumov participated in Sardarapat Battle, as well as the Great Patriotic War. He was awarded with the Orders of Lenin, October Revolution, Great Patriotic War of the 1st and 2nd degrees, Red Star, etc. In addition, he received the titles of the Hero of Labor of Armenia and Honored Worker of Science.

PIRUMOV REMAL NIKOLAY (1925 - ) Born in Baku to a family from Artsakh. A Major General, a doctor of military sciences. In 1950 he graduated from Moscow Highest Technical School after Bauman, as well as the Military Academy after Dzerzhinskie. In 1951 he was drafted to the Soviet Army. In 1976 he received the rank of a Major General, and in 1968 Pirumov defended his Ph.D. thesis. At present he heads the department of military service of Moscow Highest Technical School after Bauman. Awarded with a Red Star Order and an Order "For Service to the Motherland in the Armed Forces" of the 3rd degree.

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