Mikhail son of George Khimshiashvili, 18781929 (aged 50 years)

cavalier of the Order of St. George prince Georgi Khimshieff. Герой Первой Мировой
Name
Михаил Георгиевич /Химшиашвили/ (Герой Первой Мировой войны)
Given names
Михаил Георгиевич
Surname
Химшиашвили
Name suffix
(Герой Первой Мировой войны)
Note: Георгиевский кавалер Химшиев Михаил Георгиевич, князь. Ротмистр Ингушского конного полка. Кавалер ордена Святого Георгия 4-й степени за то что 15-го февраля 1915 года в памятном сражении у Карпат ротмистр князь Михаил Химшиев за блестящую конную атаку его сотни, которой он выбил австрийцев из их окопов и с налета взял селение Цу-Бабен, истребив в рукопашной схватке роту пехоты. 15-го февраля Эскадрон Ингушского конного полка под командой ротмистра Химшиева атаковал австрийскую роту у се л. Цу-Бабен в окопах. Рота уничтожена и селение взято. Ротмистр Химшиев ранен и награжден орденом Св. Георгия 4-й степени.
Name
Mikhail son of George /Khimshiashvili/
Given names
Mikhail son of George
Surname
Khimshiashvili
Birth
Christening
Death
1929 (aged 50 years)
Name
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Rittmeister Ротмистры

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Caucasian Native Cavalry Division (Savage Division) Офицеры Дикой Дивизий (Обновляемый список)

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Georgian Participants in World War I Грузины участники Первой Мировой войны

Георгиевский кавалер Химшиев Михаил Георгиевич, князь. Ротмистр Ингушского конного полка. Кавалер ордена Святого Георгия 4-й степени за то что 15-го февраля 1915 года в памятном сражении у Карпат ротмистр князь Михаил Химшиев за блестящую конную атаку его сотни, которой он выбил австрийцев из их окопов и с налета взял селение Цу-Бабен, истребив в рукопашной схватке роту пехоты. 15-го февраля Эскадрон Ингушского конного полка под командой ротмистра Химшиева атаковал австрийскую роту у се л. Цу-Бабен в окопах. Рота уничтожена и селение взято. Ротмистр Химшиев ранен и награжден орденом Св. Георгия 4-й степени.

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