In October 1941, Khozin took command of the Leningrad Front. Stalin demoted him after he promised but failed to save General Andrei Vlasov's Second Shock Army. Between June and October 1942, Khozin headed Thirty-Third Army. He briefly commanded Twentieth Army (from December 1942 to January 1943). Khozin died in Moscow on 27 February 1979.
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