Georgy Sergeyevich Zhukov was the commander-in-chief of the Russian Armed Forces from 1923 to 1955, the year he was elected Chancellor of the Russian Empire. Zhukov led the Russians in the Fifth World War. Zhukov's first military service was during the Fourth World War when he served as part of the 7th East Prussian Reserve Heavy Artillery Unit, which was present at the Battle of Kantengrad. Zhukov also served in the Second Pacific War. Zhukov was assassinated in 1956 along with Albert Speer in Berlin. The Zhukov University in Warsaw is named for him.