Marian Pshevolodskey

AWM memorial panel 77

Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli
Photograph courtesy of Paul Scouller

Alias Pshevolodsky; Mirien Millers

Russian spelling

Мариан Пшеволодский

Born 1881

Place Bilka, Rogachov, Novograd-Volynsky, Ukraine

Ethnic origin Polish

Religion Roman Catholic

Mother Paulina Pshevolodsky

Residence before arrival at Australia Served in the 53rd Vilensky Regiment, Russian Army for 2 years during Russo-Japanese War

Arrived at Australia

Residence before enlistment Queensland, Brisbane

Occupation Carpenter

service number 1382A
enlisted 18.12.1914
POE Brisbane
unit 15th Battalion
rank Private, accepted for service as an interpreter
place Gallipoli, 1915
final fate KIA 9/10.05.1915
memorial 6 Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli

Naturalisation Served as Russian subject


Digitised service records (NAA) (Pshevolodskey)

Digitised Embarkation roll entry (AWM) (Pshevolodsky)

Roll of Honour (AWM) (Pshevolodskey)

Blog article

Russian Anzacs (Russian)

Russian Anzacs (English)

Leo Schofield in Gourmet Traveller (Pshevolodskey's memorial in Gallipoli)

From Russian Anzacs in Australian History:

Almost at the same time as the battle for Krithia was under way, on the opposite flank of the army the 15th Battalion was attacking the Turkish trenches facing Quinn's Post. In this attack Marian Pshevolodsky, a former interpreter from the Ukraine, was killed.