Category:Dmitry Milyutin

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Dmitrij Alekseevič Milûtin (it); Dmitri Milioutine (fr); 迪米德里‧米盧廷 (zh); Dmitry Milyutin (es); Дмитрий Алексеевич Милютин (ru); Dmitrij Miljutin (sv); Dmitri Alexejewitsch Miljutin (de); Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (pt); Dmitry Milyutin (sq); دیمیتری مایلیوتین (fa); Дмитрий Милютин (bg); Dmitry Milyutin (en); Dmitri Miljutin (fi); ドミトリー・ミリューチン (ja); Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (pt-br); Dmitri Milyutin (az); Dmitry Milyutin (id); Dmitrij Miljutin (nn); דמיטרי מיליוטין (he); Dmitry Milyutin (nl); دميترى ميليوتين (arz); Dymitr Milutin (pl); Dmitrij Miljutin (nb); 드미트리 밀류틴 (ko); Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (gl); ديمتري ميليوتين (ar); Dmitrij Alexejevič Miljutin (cs); Дзмітрый Аляксеевіч Мілюцін (be) (Moscú, 1816-Yalta, 1912) General y político ruso. Nombrado ministro de la Guerra (1861-1881), impulsó una profunda reforma del ejército ruso y estableció el servicio militar obligatorio. (es); rysk statsman, militär (sv); rosyjski oficer i polityk (pl); Russisch non-fictieschrijver (1816-1912) (nl); российский военный и государственный деятель (ru); russischer Kriegsminister, Generalfeldmarschall und Militärschriftsteller (de); 러시아 귀족 (ko); Russian general and noble (1816-1912) (en); نویسنده روسی (fa); ruský generál (cs) Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (it); Dimitri Alexeïevitch Milioutine, Dimitri Milioutine, Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (fr); Dimitrij Miljutin, Dimitrij Aleksejevitj Miljutin, Dmitrij Aleksejevitj Miljutin, Dmitrij Alekseevič Miljutin, Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (sv); Dmitrij Aleksejevitsj Miljutin (nn); דמיטרי מליוטין, מיליוטין (he); Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (nl); Дмитрий Милютин, Милютин, Дмитрий, Милютин Дмитрий Алексеевич, Милютин Д. А. (ru); Dmitrij Aleksejevitsj Miljutin (nb); Dmitri Miljutin, Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (de); 드미트리 알렉세예비치 밀류틴 (ko); Dmitry Alekseyevich Milyutin, Dmitry Alekseyevich, Count Milyutin, Count Dmitry Alekseyevich Milyutin, Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (en); 迪米德里·米柳京 (zh); Dmitrij Miljutin (cs); Dmitri Alexéievich Miliutin (es)
Dmitry Milyutin 
Russian general and noble (1816-1912)
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Date of birth28 June 1816 (in Julian calendar), 1816
Moscow
Date of death25 January 1912 (in Julian calendar), 1912
Simeiz
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  • Moscow university boarding school
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  • Knight of the Order of St. Alexander Nevsky
  • Order of Saint Anna, 1st class
  • Order of Saint Anna, 2nd class
  • Order of the White Eagle
  • Order of Saint Stanislaus, 1st class
  • Order of St. Vladimir, 4th class
  • Order of Saint Stanislaus, 3rd class
  • Order of St. Vladimir, 3rd class
  • Order of St. Vladimir, 2nd class
  • Order of St. Vladimir, 1st class
  • Order of the Star of Romania
  • Order of St. Andrew
  • Demidov Prize (1853)
  • Order of the Red Eagle 1st Class
  • Order of St. George, 2nd class
  • Medal "For the Conquest of Chechnya and Dagestan"
  • Medal "For the Conquest of the Western Caucasus"
  • Q4240316
  • French Order of Academic Palms
  • Order of the Black Eagle
  • Pour le Mérite
  • Order of the Wendish Crown
  • Royal Order of the Seraphim
  • Order of the Elephant
  • Order of Saint Stephen of Hungary
  • Order of Leopold
  • Order of the Iron Crown
  • Order of the Cross of Takovo
  • Order of Prince Danilo I
  • Order of the Lion and the Sun
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