Boris Smyslovsky, an anti-communist former Russian general whose World War II unit fought with Hitler's troops against the Red Army, has died at age 91.

Maj. Gen. Smyslovsky, who then called himself Arthur Holmston, led a 6,000-man contingent known as the First Russian National Army of the German Wehrmacht.At the end of World War II, he and 500 remaining soldiers managed to reach neutral Liechtenstein.