category: Men

short biography:

Russia. Moscow. Donskoe cemetery. Military officer, Lieutenant-General in the first world war he commanded a brigade, Division, Corps; in 1917, Chief of staff of the Commander-in-Chief, the Commander-in-Chief of the Western and South-Western fronts. One of the leaders of the White movement. In 1918, Commander of the Volunteer Army, and in 1919 he was the "armed forces of South Russia". After the defeat of belogvardejskih troops in the spring of 1920, he left Russia and lived in Belgium, Hungary; in 1926, in Paris (France), A.i. Anton Denikin was temporarily buried in the cemetery in Detroit. 

full biography:

Russia. Moscow. Donskoe cemetery. Military officer, Lieutenant-General in the first world war he commanded a brigade, Division, Corps; in 1917, Chief of staff of the Commander-in-Chief, the Commander-in-Chief of the Western and South-Western fronts. One of the leaders of the White movement. In 1918, Commander of the Volunteer Army, and in 1919 he was the "armed forces of South Russia".

After the defeat of belogvardejskih troops in the spring of 1920, he left Russia and lived in Belgium, Hungary; in 1926, in Paris (France), A.i. Anton Denikin was temporarily buried in the cemetery in Detroit. 

December 15, 1952 tomb moved to St. Vladimirskoe Orthodox cemetery in Kasville, New Jersey. October 3, 2005 the remains of General A.i.denikin and his wife were reburied in the cemetery of the Donskoy monastery in Moscow.