MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
On November 20, 2021 at 11:00 at the Bratsk cemetery of Rostov-on-Don, a flower-laying ceremony will take place at the grave of the first military commissar of the region, regimental commissar Malievsky Denis Denisovich.
The event will be attended by the command of the Southern Military District (YuVO), veterans of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, the commissar’s great-granddaughter, representatives of the government of the Rostov region.
From 1934 to 1936, Denis Malievsky served in the political department of the North Caucasus Military District, in November 1936 he was appointed head of the mobile unit of the political department of the district. In this position, he served until his appointment as military commissar of the Rostov region.
The military commissariat of the region under the leadership of Denis Denisovich in the pre-war period did a lot of work on accounting for mobilization resources, organizing pre-conscription training of citizens and conscription.
With the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, under the leadership of the regimental commissar, a huge amount of work was done on the formation of units and formations of the Red Army, many of which covered themselves with unfading glory on the battlefields.
In November 1941, most of the personnel of the military commissariat of the region was relocated to the city of Salsk, but Denis Malievsky with some of his employees remained in Rostov-on-Don and continued to mobilize replenishments in part of the 56th Army and to build defensive lines around the city. He remained on duty until the last moment and died during street battles in Rostov-on-Don on November 20, 1941.
Denis Malievsky was buried at the Bratsk cemetery in the city of Rostov-on-Don. At the place of the death of Denis Denisovich, at the initiative of the military commissariat of the Rostov region in 2012, a memorial plaque was opened.
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