Category:Vladimir Dmitrievich Kuzmin-Karavaev

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English: Vladimir Dmitrievich Kuzmin-Karavaev (1859-1927) was a public and political figure, lawyer, publicist, Major General (1901). Was a deputy of St. Petersburg Provincial Assembly and of St. Petersburg City Duma (1903-17, with some interruptions). He was one of the founders and Head of the Party of Democratic Reforms (1905-07). Kuzmin-Karavaev was the deputy of the First and Second State Dumas.
Русский: Владимир Дмитриевич Кузьмин-Караваев (1859-1927), общественный и политический деятель, юрист, публицист, генерал-майор (1901). Гласный Санкт-Петербургского губернского земского собрания и Санкт-Петербургской городской думы (1903-1917, с перерывами). Один из создателей и руководителей Партии демократических реформ (1905-07). Депутат 1-й и 2-й Гос. думы.


Vladimir Kuzmin-Karavaev 
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Russian politician
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Date of birth28 August 1859 (in Julian calendar)
Bezhetsky Uyezd
Date of death17 February 1927
Paris (France)
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • Alexander Military Law Academy
Occupation
Position held
  • Member of the State Duma of the Russian Empire
Field of work
Award received
  • Order of Saint Anna, 2nd class
  • Order of Saint Anna, 3rd class
  • Order of Saint Stanislaus, 2nd class
  • Order of Saint Stanislaus, 3rd class
  • Knight third class of the order of St. Vladimir
Authority control
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