Marshal of the Soviet Union V. G. Kulikov signed greeting card addressed to Marshal K.S. Moskalenko. Marshal V. Kurikov congratulated Marshal Moskalenko with International 1st May Day. Dated April 27, 1977
Viktor Georgiyevich Kulikov (born July 5, 1921) was the Warsaw Pact commander-in-chief from 1977 to 1989. He has held the rank of the Marshal of the Soviet Union for over 30 years, since January 14, 1977. Kulikov saw service in the Great Patriotic War and was made a Hero of the Soviet Union. He commanded the Kiev Military District in 1967-1969 and the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany in 1969-1971. From 1971 until 1977, he served as the Chief of General Staff of the Soviet Armed Forces. In 1983, he was awarded a Lenin Prize. Kulikov was a member of the Soviet/Russian parliament 1989-2003. He was awarded the highest Cuban award, the order of Playa Giron in 2006. Great Condition!