Russian general commanding the Red Army.
An unusually well executed sketched portrait of Zhukov, with a pleasing smile. Boldly Signed in ink, February 16, 1957. At this time Georgi Zhukov was Minister of Defense. The image measures 8 inches wide by 10 * inches high.
Georgi Zhukov designed Russia’s phenomenally successful strategies that led to the defeat of Germany. He commanded the defenses of Leningrad, Stalingrad and Moscow, and led the Red Army into Berlin where he accepted Germany’s surrender on May 8th, 1945.
Framed (in a silver frame with classical motifs, a cream inner mat and a taupe outer mat); dimensions: 15 1/2 inches wide by 18 1/2 inches high.
This item is associated with these categories in our inventory:
- World War II