Chester the Chicken

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Chester the Chicken
Chester The Chicken.png
Chester in 1914
Monarch Gibby I
Personal details
Resting place
Nationality Russian
Military service
Allegiance Flag of Russian Empire for private use (1914–1917).svg Russian Empire
Service/branch Russian coa 1825.png Imperial Russian Army
Years of service 1870–1916
Rank 1904ic-p10r.png General of the Cavalry
Commands Russian Loan Dolphins
1st Army
Battles/wars Boxer Rebellion

Russo-Japanese War

World War I

Chester Matveyevhich Galitzin (Russian: Честер Матвеевич Галицин) or more commonly known as "Chester the Chicken" is a Russian General that served between 1870 to 1916 who was most promiment for his services during the Eastern Front of World War I.

Early Life[edit]

Chester was born 1854 in a barn in Soldatskoye, Russia in a middle class household, his most prominent role during his childhood was exceptional speeches and writing. His teenage years proved to be rather troublesome as he would offer robbery services towards the highest bidder which got him suspended several times during High School. In terms of education, teachers described him as "Highly-Intelligent" from his overall behavior and status.

Military Career[edit]

Chester graduated from High School in 1871 which by that time he was already a soldier by 1870 since local troops were needed to crush a rebellion in Kiev He obvserved several different wars from a infantryman's perspective and took note until 1898 where he was promoted to the General of Cavalry after his considerable experience. His leadership would prove to be exceptional during the Siege of Peking and even during the Russo-Japanese War where he managed to push back the Japanese during his minor roles there. His leadership in World War 1 proved to be his most contreversial however since he did win the earlier battles but he was inept during the later years and after the loss at Warsaw, he resigned due to his old age and died a couple of years later from heart failire.