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Kazys Ladiga (25 December 1893 in Iškonys near Biržai – 19 December 1941 in Irkutsk) was a Lithuanian general and one of the first volunteer officers of the Lithuanian army. Upon graduating from the Military Academy in Vilnius, Ladiga served in the Imperial Russian army during World War I and earned the rank of captain. He returned to Lithuania in 1918 and volunteered to the newly formed Lithuanian army. He was appointed as the commander of one of the battalions of the 1st Infantry Regiment. Ladiga quickly rose through the ranks and commanded the Vilkmergė Group in the Lithuanian–Soviet War. He also led units against the Bermontians and in the Polish–Lithuanian War. After an unsuccessful campaign in September 1920, Ladiga resigned field office and joined the General Staff in Kaunas. After

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  • Kazys Ladiga (, prop de Biržai, 25 de desembre de 1893 - Irkutsk, 19 de desembre de 1941) fou un militar lituà, general de la Força Terrestre Lituana, i un dels seus primers oficials voluntaris. Després de graduar-se a l'Acadèmia Militar de Vílnius, va servir a l'Exèrcit Imperial Rus durant la Primera Guerra Mundial i va obtenir el grau de capità. Va tornar a Lituània el 1918 i es va oferir voluntari per ingressar a l'exèrcit lituà, recentment format. Va ser designat com a comandant d'un dels batallons del 1r Regiment d'Infanteria. A les files del nou exèrcit va ascendir ràpidament i va comandar el Grup Vilkmergė a la guerra lituanosoviètica. També va liderar les unitats contra els i a la guerra lituanopolonesa. Després d'una infructuosa campanya al setembre de 1920, va renunciar a l'ofic
  • Kazys Ladiga (25 December 1893 in Iškonys near Biržai – 19 December 1941 in Irkutsk) was a Lithuanian general and one of the first volunteer officers of the Lithuanian army. Upon graduating from the Military Academy in Vilnius, Ladiga served in the Imperial Russian army during World War I and earned the rank of captain. He returned to Lithuania in 1918 and volunteered to the newly formed Lithuanian army. He was appointed as the commander of one of the battalions of the 1st Infantry Regiment. Ladiga quickly rose through the ranks and commanded the Vilkmergė Group in the Lithuanian–Soviet War. He also led units against the Bermontians and in the Polish–Lithuanian War. After an unsuccessful campaign in September 1920, Ladiga resigned field office and joined the General Staff in Kaunas. After
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  • Kazys Ladiga (, prop de Biržai, 25 de desembre de 1893 - Irkutsk, 19 de desembre de 1941) fou un militar lituà, general de la Força Terrestre Lituana, i un dels seus primers oficials voluntaris. Després de graduar-se a l'Acadèmia Militar de Vílnius, va servir a l'Exèrcit Imperial Rus durant la Primera Guerra Mundial i va obtenir el grau de capità. Va tornar a Lituània el 1918 i es va oferir voluntari per ingressar a l'exèrcit lituà, recentment format. Va ser designat com a comandant d'un dels batallons del 1r Regiment d'Infanteria. A les files del nou exèrcit va ascendir ràpidament i va comandar el Grup Vilkmergė a la guerra lituanosoviètica. També va liderar les unitats contra els i a la guerra lituanopolonesa. Després d'una infructuosa campanya al setembre de 1920, va renunciar a l'oficina de camp i es va unir a l'Estat Major General a Kaunas. Després de les va seguir els estudis militars a Suïssa i Txecoslovàquia. Va ascendir al rang de general i serví breument com a Cap de l'Estat Major General el 1925-1926. Es va veure obligat a retirar-se del servei actiu de l'exèrcit després del cop d'estat de 1926 a Lituània. Quan Lituània va ser ocupada per la Unió Soviètica al juny de 1940, Ladiga va ser arrestat i condemnat a mort. Va ser executat durant el seu trasllat a Sibèria.
  • Kazys Ladiga (25 December 1893 in Iškonys near Biržai – 19 December 1941 in Irkutsk) was a Lithuanian general and one of the first volunteer officers of the Lithuanian army. Upon graduating from the Military Academy in Vilnius, Ladiga served in the Imperial Russian army during World War I and earned the rank of captain. He returned to Lithuania in 1918 and volunteered to the newly formed Lithuanian army. He was appointed as the commander of one of the battalions of the 1st Infantry Regiment. Ladiga quickly rose through the ranks and commanded the Vilkmergė Group in the Lithuanian–Soviet War. He also led units against the Bermontians and in the Polish–Lithuanian War. After an unsuccessful campaign in September 1920, Ladiga resigned field office and joined the General Staff in Kaunas. After the Lithuanian Wars of Independence he continued military studies in Switzerland and Czechoslovakia. He rose to the rank of a general and briefly served as the Chief of the General Staff in 1925–1926. He was forced to retire from active military duty after the military coup of December 1926. When Lithuania was occupied by the Soviet Union in June 1940, Ladiga was arrested and sentenced to death. He was executed while being transported to Siberia, aged 47.
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