A veteran general who last year accused Mik-hail Gorbachev "of ideolgical surrender" for setting Eastern Europe free, was nominated Monday by several military units to run for the presidency of the Russian republic against Boris Yeltsin.

Col. Gen. Albert Makashov, who has been in the military since he was 12 when he entered an army academy, is the second big military name in the election sweepstakes set for June 12. The other is the former commander of Soviet troops in Afghanistan, Boris Gro-mov.The number of candidates in the election for president of the largest of the Soviet republics, the Russian Federation, has now grown to 11 with hopefuls from the entire spectrum of Soviet politics, even the new Libertarian Party.