|A.K.A.||Vladimir Ivanovich Nichiporovich|
|Was||Military officer Soldier Officer|
|Birth||2 March 1900, Bogorodskoye District, Eastern Administrative Okrug, Moscow, Russia|
|Death||31 January 1945, Moscow Oblast, Russia (aged 44 years)|
Vladimir Ivanovich Nichiporovich (Russian: Владимир Иванович Ничипорович; 15 March 1901 [O.S. 2 March 1900] - 31 January 1945) was an officer of the Red Army, who served as commander of the 208th Mechanized Division, and organiser and commander of Soviet partisans in Klichaw region, in occupied Belarus 1941-1942. Arrested in Moscow in May 1943 and held in the Lubyanka, he died in prison there after a hunger strike.