Artyom Sergeyev (general)

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Artyom Sergeyev
Артём Сергеев.jpg
Native name Apтём Фёдорович Сергеев
Born (1921-03-05)5 March 1921
Moscow, Russian SFSR
Died 15 January 2008(2008-01-15) (aged 86)
Moscow, Russian Federation
Allegiance Soviet Union
Years of service 1938–1981
Spouse(s) Amaya Ruiz Ibárruri

Artyom Fyodorovich Sergeyev (Russian: Артём Фёдорович Сергеев; 5 March 1921, Moscow – 15 January 2008, Moscow) was the adopted son of Joseph Stalin. He became a major general in the Soviet military.

Sergeyev's biological father, Fyodor Sergeyev, a close friend of Stalin, died in a train crash.

He wrote two books about war and Stalin. His wife was Amaya Ruiz Ibárruri, the daughter of Spanish Communist politician Dolores Ibárruri.[1]

He is buried at Kuntsevo Cemetery in Moscow.


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