Anatole Kalichevsky (March 28, 1870-April 3, 1937) was a career military officer in the White Army of Russia where he rose to the rank of Major General. He was also a court officer of the last of the Czars. He was exiled from Russia in 1921 and arrived in America that year via Yokohama. When he lived in New York he was active in Russian army veterans associations. He had one son Vladimir. Anatole was born in Tiflis, Georgia and died in Woodbury, New Jersey.