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The Byelorussian Military District (Russian: Белорусский военный округ, Belarusskiy Voyenyi Okrug; alternative spelling Belorussian) was a military district of the Soviet Armed Forces. Originally formed just before the World War I as the Minsk Military District out of the remnants of the Vilno Military District and the Warsaw Military District, it was headed by the Russian General Eugen Alexander Ernst Rausch von Traubenberg. With the outbreak of the Russian Civil War it was reorganized into the Western Front and in April 1924 it was renamed to the Western Military District. In October 1926 it was redesignated the Belorussian Military District, with its staff in Smolensk. And in July 1940 it was renamed the Western Special Military District. It covered the territory of the Byelorussian SSR

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  • Belorussian Military District
  • 白ロシア軍管区
  • Zachodni Specjalny Okręg Wojskowy
  • Белорусский военный округ
  • Білоруський військовий округ
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  • 白ロシア軍管区(ロシア語: Белорусский военный округ)はソ連地上軍の軍管区。
  • Zachodni Specjalny Okręg Wojskowy ros. Западный Особый военный округ (ЗапОВО) – ogólnowojskowy, operacyjno-terytorialny związek Sił Zbrojnych ZSRR. Utworzony rozkazem nr 0141 z 11 lipca 1940 poprzez przemianowanie . Sztab znajdował się w Mińsku. W czerwcu 1941 roku na bazie dowództwa Okręgu utworzono Front Zachodni.
  • Краснознамённый Белорусский военный округ (БВО) — военный округ Вооружённых Сил СССР.
  • Білору́ський військо́вий о́круг — одиниця військово-адміністративного поділу у СРСР, а згодом у Білорусі.
  • The Byelorussian Military District (Russian: Белорусский военный округ, Belarusskiy Voyenyi Okrug; alternative spelling Belorussian) was a military district of the Soviet Armed Forces. Originally formed just before the World War I as the Minsk Military District out of the remnants of the Vilno Military District and the Warsaw Military District, it was headed by the Russian General Eugen Alexander Ernst Rausch von Traubenberg. With the outbreak of the Russian Civil War it was reorganized into the Western Front and in April 1924 it was renamed to the Western Military District. In October 1926 it was redesignated the Belorussian Military District, with its staff in Smolensk. And in July 1940 it was renamed the Western Special Military District. It covered the territory of the Byelorussian SSR
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  • Byelorussian Military District (BVO)
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