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Persons / Purishkevich Vladimir Mitrofanovich public figure
Monarchical Organizations

MONARCHICAL ORGANISATIONS. The strengthening of liberal and radical opposition movements against absolutism provoked the appearance of monarchical organisations

Purishkevich V. M. (1870-1920), public and political figure

PURISHKEVICH Vladimir Mitrofanovich (1870-1920) was a public figure, publicist, and Full State Counsellor (1912). He graduated from the Department of Classics at the Faculty of History and Philosophy of Novorossiisk University (Odessa, 1895)

Rasputin G. E. (1869-1916)

RASPUTIN Grigory Efimovich (1869-1916, Petrograd), religious preacher from a Siberian peasant family, spiritual tutor and close friend of the family of Emperor Nicholas II. In his religious views he was close to the so-called Khlysts

Russkoe Znamya (Russian Banner), newspaper (1905-1917)

RUSSKOE ZNAMYA (Russian Banner), a daily newspaper, organ of The League of the Russian People, a reactionary, antirevolutionary and anti-Semitic group, part of the Chernosotentsy movement, initiated during and after the Revolution of 1905

The Russian Assembly , political organization

The RUSSIAN ASSEMBLY was a monarchical organization. It appeared in the beginning of October 1900 as a circle of top St. Petersburg officials and representatives of intelligentsia, adherents of the Russian style in life of the society. A.S

Union of Archangel Michael, the political organization

RUSSIAN NATIONAL UNION OF ARCHANGEL MICHAEL was a monarchical organization created by adherents of V. M. Purishkevich as a result of the split of the Union of the Russian People

Yusupov Palace (94 Moika River Embankment)

YUSUPOV PALACE (94 Moika River Embankment), a monument of Neoclassical architecture. In the mid-18th century, the lot belonged to P.I. Shuvalov, and a small two-storied stone house standing on it, was extended and expanded by architect J.V