Vytautas military district

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Vytautas military district (Vytautas partisan military district) is a military district of Lithuanian partisans which operated in 1945 - 1951 in the counties of Švenčionys, Utena and Rokiškis. It is named after the Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas.[1]

Leaders[edit]

Name and surname Nom de guerre Since Till Comments
Jonas Kimštas Dėdė, Dobilas, dėdė Jonas, Aukštaitis, Žalgiris, Žygūnas 1945 August  -
Vladas Mikulėnas Lubinas 1945 September 1945 December died in the line of duty
Bronius Zinkevičius Artojas 1945 December 1946 October died in the line of duty
Jonas Kimštas Dėdė, Dobilas, dėdė Jonas, Aukštaitis, Žalgiris, Žygūnas 1946 October 1947 June
Vincas Kaulinis Miškinis 1947 June 1949 March died in the line of duty
Bronius Kalytis Siaubas 1949 June 1951 December

Structure of Lithuanian partisans' organisation[edit]

LLKS
Western Lithuania (Jūra) regionSouthern Lithuania (Nemunas) regionEastern Lithuania (King Mindaugas) region
Žemaičiai military districtPrisikėlimas military districtKęstutis military districtTauras military districtDainava military districtAlgimantas military districtVytautas military districtVytis military districtDidžioji Kova military district
AlkaMaironisVaidotasVytautasDzūkaiŽaliojiTigrasKrikštaponis
ŠatrijaDuke ŽvelgaitisBirutėŽalgirisŠarūnasŠarūnasLiūtasBriedis
KardasJuozapavičiusButageidisGeležinis vilkasKazimieraitisDuke MargirisLokys
Lietuvos žalioji

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "The partisan military districts of the Lithuanian freedom fighters". genocid.lt. Retrieved 16 September 2019.

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