Nikephoros II Doukeianos was the catepan of Italy from 1039 until 1040. He saw the early rebellion of Arduin the Lombard, but not is completion. He was killed in Ascoli Satriano early in 1040. With his death, the insurrection accelerated.
Movladi Baisarov (Baysarov) was a Chechen warlord and former Federal Security Service (FSB) special-task unit commander. Baisarov was shot dead on the street in central Moscow by members of the Chechen extra-agency guard on November 18, 2006.
SS-Oberscharführer Franz Bürkl was a Gestapo officer in the Nazi-occupied Poland. He was assassinated in the Operation Bürkl on September 7, 1943. Bürkl was responsible for numerous executions, summary executions and other killings of the Polish Jews and prisoners of the infamous Pawiak prison in Warsaw (including civilian hostages and Soviet prisoners of war), where he was both a Zugführer (guard shift leader) and a deputy commander.
Admiral Wannakuwatta Waduge Erwin Clancy Fernando VSV, USP, MSc, ndc, psc, MNI, SLN (10 October 1938–16 November 1992 †) was the Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy from 1 November 1991 - 16 November 1992. He was assassinated by the LTTE in 1992, as the most senior officer in the Sri Lankan military to be killed in the line of duty.
Dzhabrail Yamadayev (June 16, 1970 - March 5, 2003) was a former Chechen rebel field commander during the First Chechen War. He switched sides together with his brothers, Ruslan and Sulim in 1999 during the outbreak of the Second Chechen War and then became the commander of the Russian special forces unit Vostok. Yamadayev was assassinated by a bomb blast in March 2003.
Colonel Lê Quang Tung (1923 – November 1, 1963) was the commander of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam Special Forces under the command of Ngô Ðình Nhu, the brother of South Vietnam's president, Ngô Đình Diệm. A former servant of the Ngô family, Tung's military background was in security and counterespionage.
Major Nguyễn Văn Nhung (born 1919 or 1920; died 31 January 1964) was an officer in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN). After joining the French Army in 1944 during the colonial era of Vietnam, he soon met and became the aide-de-camp and bodyguard of Duong Van Minh, and spent the rest of his career in this role as Minh rose up the ranks to become a general.
José María Ramón Obando del Campo (August 8, 1795 – April 29, 1861) was a Neogranadine General and politician who twice served as President of Colombia. As a General, he initially fought for the Royalist Army during the Independence Wars of Colombia, ultimately joining the revolutionary forces of Simón Bolívar towards the end, but once independence was attained he opposed Bolívar's Centralist government.
Colonel Phạm Ngọc Thảo, known to friends as Albert Thảo (1922–1965), a major provincial leader in South Vietnam and infiltrator of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam, was a communist agent of the Vietminh and later the Vietnam People's Army.
Wilhelm Kube (13 November 1887 - 22 September 1943) was a German politician and Nazi official. Kube was born in Glogau (today's Głogów), Prussian Silesia, and studied history, economics and theology. He was active in the Völkisch movement as a student, and was an early member of the Nazi Party. In 1924 he was one of the first group of Nazi members elected to the Weimar Republic Reichstag.
Ruslan (Khalid) Bekmirzayevich Yamadayev (December 10, 1961 – September 24, 2008) was a Chechen military leader and politician. A member of the high-profile Yamadayev clan, he was assassinated in Moscow in 2008.
Eugenio Berríos Sagredo (born November 14, 1947 - died in April 1995) was a Chilean biochemist who worked for the DINA intelligence agency. Berríos was charged of Proyecto Andrea in which Pinochet ordered the production of sarin gas, a chemical weapon used by the DINA which does not leave trace and makes the death of the victim similar to a heart attack . Other biochemical weapons produced by Berríos included anthrax and botulism .
Gerardo Huber Olivares (disappeared 29 January 1992; body found 20 February 1992) was a Chilean Army Colonel and agent of the DINA, Chile's intelligence agency. He was in charge of buying weapons abroad for the Chilean Army. Huber was assassinated shortly before he was due to testify before Magistrate Hernán Correa de la Cerda in a case concerning the illegal export of weapons to the Croatian army.
Sir William Hutt Curzon Wyllie (1848–1909) KCIE, was an Indian army officer, and later an official of the British Indian Government. Over a career spanning three decades, Curzon Wyllie rose to be Lieutant Colonel in the British Indian Army and occupied a number of administrative and diplomatic posts. He was the British resident to the Princely states of Rajputana and Nepal, and later, the political aide-de-camp to the Secretary of State for India, Lord Hamilton.
General François al-Hajj was born in the southern Lebanese town of Rmaich . He was the Lebanese Army's chief of operations and the commander of operation Naher el-Bared when the Lebanese army fought Islamic militants from Fatah al-Islam in Nahr al-Bared refugee camp during Summer 2007 . He was assassinated by a car bomb on December 12, 2007. General Hajj was tipped to become the army commnader-in-chief if General Michel Suleiman was to become the president to remedy a political crisis in 2007.
Vicente González Moreno (December 9, 1778, Cádiz — September 6, 1836) was a Spanish general who supported the Carlists during the First Carlist War. He was appointed commander of Carlist forces after the death of Zumalacárregui. As a cadet, he participated in the Spanish War of Independence, achieving the rank of brigadier. He declared himself in support of the Carlist uprising in 1832.
Karl Alfred Nicolai Marthinsen (sometimes spelled Karl Martinsen) (born October 25, 1896 in Karlsøy in Troms – died February 8, 1945 in Oslo) was the Norwegian commander of Statspolitiet and Sikkerhetspolitiet in Norway during the Nazi occupation during World War II.
Muhammad Suleiman (محمد سليمان) (1959 – August 1, 2008) was a general and security adviser to Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad. He was assassinated by a sniper in Syria while walking in the coastal town of Tartus, sniper escaped by boat. According to the As-Safir newspaper, arrested Mossad spy Ali Jarrah "testified to have scouted "certain points" in the coastal town of Tartous in northern Syria, where Syrian General Mohammad Suleiman was assassinated.