MILITARY PERSONNEL

Alexander Marinesko

Alexander Marinesko

Alexander Ivanovich Marinesko (Russian: Александр Иванович Маринеско, Ukrainian: Олександр Іванович Марiнеско, Romanian: Alexandru Marinescu; 15 January [O.S. 2 January] 1913 – 25 November 1963) was a Soviet naval officer and, during World War II, the captain of the submarine S-13 which sank the German military transport ship Wilhelm Gustloff. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alexander Marinesko has received more than 104,553 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 717th most popular military personnel.

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Among MILITARY PERSONNELS

Among military personnels, Alexander Marinesko ranks 720 out of 1,194Before him are Tantia Tope, Rudolf Schmidt, Archduke Stephen, Palatine of Hungary, Duke Alexander of Württemberg, Prince Franz of Bavaria, and Albert Leo Schlageter. After him are Adrian Carton de Wiart, Lala Şahin Pasha, Hermann Breith, Khalil al-Wazir, Francisco Hernández de Córdoba, and Jarosław Dąbrowski.

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In Ukraine

Among people born in Ukraine, Alexander Marinesko ranks 244 out of 764Before him are Ludwik Fleck (1896), Samuel Noah Kramer (1897), Jerzy Kawalerowicz (1922), Vsevolod II of Kiev (1104), Lyudmila Gurchenko (1935), and Oleksandr Turchynov (1964). After him are Ahad Ha'am (1856), Jarosław Dąbrowski (1836), Semion Mogilevich (1946), Ida Kamińska (1899), Leonid Pasternak (1862), and Kathrine Switzer (1947).

Among MILITARY PERSONNELS In Ukraine

Among military personnels born in Ukraine, Alexander Marinesko ranks 15Before him are Mikhail Kirponos (1892), Stanisław Sosabowski (1892), Kirill Moskalenko (1902), Yevgeny Khaldei (1917), Ivan Chernyakhovsky (1906), and Pavel Sudoplatov (1907). After him are Jarosław Dąbrowski (1836), Vladimir Gelfand (1923), Alexander Matrosov (1924), Nadezhda Durova (1783), Pavel Batitsky (1910), and Pyotr Koshevoy (1904).

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