Sergei Witte

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Serguéi Witte; Витте Сергей Юльевич; Sergei Witte; Sergej Vitte; Sergei Juljewitsch Witte; Sergei Witte; Սերգեյ Վիտտե; 谢尔盖·维特; Sergej Vitte; Sergey Vitte; セルゲイ・ヴィッテ; Sergej Witte; סרגיי ויטה; Sergius Witte; 塞吉·威特; 谢尔盖·维特; 세르게이 비테; Sergej Vitte; Sergej Witte; Sergej Jul'evič Vitte; Sergej Witte; Serge Witte; Сяргей Юльевіч Вітэ; Sergei Witte; سرگی ویته; Sergei Witte; Sergei Witte; Вітте Сергій Юлійович; Sergey Vitte; Serghei Witte; Serguei Witte; Sergei Witte; სერგეი ვიტე; Sergei Witte; Sergejus Vitė; Сяргей Вітэ; Сергей Витте; Serguei Witte; 谢尔盖·维特; Sergei Witte; Siergiej Witte; Sergej Witte; 塞吉·威特; Serguéi Witte; Витте, Сергей Юльевич,; 塞吉·威特; Сергей Юльевич Витте; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; سيرجي ويت; 谢尔盖·维特; سيرجى ويت; (Tbilisi, 1849-Petrogrado, 1915) Político ruso. Al frente de la cartera de Finanzas (1892-1903) priorizó la industrialización. Partidario de la expansión rusa en Extremo Oriente, favoreció la construcción del transiberiano (1891-1903). Contrari; personnalité politique russe; русский государственный деятель; russischer Unternehmer und Politiker, Ministerpräsident; سیاست‌مدار روسی; russisk politiker; nobil și politician rus, primul Prim-Ministru al Imperiului Rus; político russo; rysk politiker; russisk politikar; russisk politiker; Russisch politicus; polityk rosyjski; Russian statesman and first Prime Minister of the Russian Empire; politico russo; ruský politik; російський державний діяч, перший голова Ради міністрів Російської імперії; Sergei Witte; Sergéi Witte; Serguei Witte; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; Serge de Witte; Sergei Witte; Sergueï Witte; Comte de Witte; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; Sergei Julievitx Witte; Sergei Yulyevich Witte; Витте С.; Сергей Юлиевич Витте; Сергей Витте; Витте С. Ю.; Витте; Витте, Сергей Юлиевич; Витте Сергей Юлиевич; Витте Сергей Юльевич; Граф Полусахалинский; С. Ю. Витте; Вито Сергей Юрьевич; Sergei Julewitsch Witte; Sergej Witte; Sergei Witte; Sergei Vitte; Sergej Juljewitsch Witte; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; Sergei Witte; Serguei Yulyevitch Witte; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; Sergei Joeliwitsj Witte; Sergei Witte; Sergej Juljevitj Vitte; Sergei Vitte; Sergei Witte; Sergey Yulyeviç Vitte; セルゲイ・ウィッテ; ウィッテ; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; סרגיי ואייט; סרגיי וייט; Witte; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; Siergiej Juliewicz Witte; Сергій Юлійович Вітте; Сергій Вітте; Вітте Сергій; Sergei Witte; Sergius Witte; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; Sergius Iulii filius Witte; Sergei Witte; Sergey Juljevich Vitte; Sergei Yulyevich Witte; Sergei Vitte; Sergej Julievič Vitte; Sergej Witte; Sergey Yul'evich Vitte; Sergey Witte; Sergius Witte; Sergueï Witte; Sergey Yulyevich Witte; Sergei Julewitsch Witte; Sergei Yulievich Witte; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; Sergej Juljevitsj Witte; 세르게이 위테; Count Sergey Yulyevich Witte; Sergei Yulyevich Witte; Count Sergei Yulyevich Witte; Serguéi Yúlievich Vitte o Wite; سيرج ويت; Sergej Juljevič Witte; Sergej Vitte; Sergej Juljevič Vitte; Sergei Yulyevich Witte
Sergei Witte 
Russian statesman and first Prime Minister of the Russian Empire
Sergei Yulyevich Witte 1905.jpeg
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Name in native language
  • Сергей Юльевич Витте
Date of birth17 June 1849 (in Julian calendar), 1849
Tbilisi
Date of death1915
Saint Petersburg
Manner of death
  • natural causes
Cause of death
Place of burial
Country of citizenship
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Occupation
Position held
Noble title
Father
  • Julius von Witte
Mother
  • Yekaterina Fadeyeva
Child
  • Véra Narischkine-Witte
Award received
  • Knight of the Order of St. Alexander Nevsky
  • Order of Saint Anna, 1st class
  • Order of St. Vladimir, 1st class
  • Order of the Black Eagle
  • Order of Saint Stanislaus, 1st class
  • Order of the White Eagle
  • Order of the Red Eagle
  • Order of the Crown
  • Royal Order of Vasa
  • Order of the Dannebrog
  • Order of Leopold
  • Order of the White Eagle
  • Order of the Cross of Takovo
  • Order of St Alexander
  • Order of Leopold
  • Legion of Honour
  • Order of Christ
  • Order of the Double Dragon
  • Order of the White Elephant
  • Order of the Rising Sun
  • Order of the Redeemer
  • Order of the Star of Romania
  • Order of the Star of Ethiopia
  • Order of the Lion and the Sun
  • Order of Osmanieh
  • Order of noble Bukhara
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English: Count Sergei Yulyevich Witte (ru:Витте, Сергей Юльевич) Sergej Jul'evic Vitte) (June 29, 1849 – March 13, 1915), also known as Sergius Witte, was a highly influential policy-maker who presided over extensive industrialization within the Russian Empire. He was also the author of the October Manifesto of 1905, a precursor to Russia's first constitution, and Chairman of the Council of Ministers (Prime Minister) of the Russian Empire.

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