Heads of Military Intelligence

(GRU), 1918–
• 1918–1919 Semen Aralov
• 1919 Sergei Gusev
• 1920 Georgi Pyatakov
• 1920 Vladimir Aussem
• 1920–1921 Yan Dentsman
• 1921–1924 Arvid Zeibot
• 1924–1935, 1937 Yan Berzin
• 1935–1937 Semen Uspenskiy
• 1937–1938 Sergei Gnendin
• 1938–1939 Aleksandr Orlov
• 1939–1940 Ivan Proskurov
• 1940–1941 Filipp Golikov
• 1941–1942 Andrei Panifilov
• 1942–1945 Ivan Ilichev
• 1945–1947 Fedor Kuznetsov
• 1947–1949 Nikolai Trusov
• 1949–1952 Matvei Zakharov
• 1952–1956 Mikhail Shalin
• 1956–1957 Sergei Shtemenko
• 1957–1958 Mikhail Shalin
• 1958–1963 Ivan Serov
• 1963–1986 Petr Ivashutin
• 1986–1991 Vladlen Mikhailov
• 1991–1992 Evegeni Timokhin
• 1992–1997 Fedor Ladygin
• 1997– Valentin Korabelnikov

Historical dictionary of Russian and Soviet Intelligence. . 2014.

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