Count Alexander Benckendorff
Count Alexander Konstantinovich Benckendorf (Russian: Александр Константинович Бенкендорф)(1 August 1849 – 11 January 1917) was a Russian diplomat, who served as ambassador to Denmark and the United Kingdom.

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He was born in 1846, the son of Count Constantin Alexander von Benckendorff and Princess Louise de Croy, and educated in France and Germany before ...
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Alexander von Benckendorff - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Count Alexander von Benckendorff, (Russian: граф Александр Христофорович Бенкендорф, Aleksandr Khristoforovich Benkendorf, 4 July [O.S. 23 June] ...
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Alexander, Count Benckendorff - 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica ...
"ALEXANDER BENCKENDORFF, COUNT (1849-1917), Russian diplomat, was born in 1849. His family came from Livonia, one of his ancestors having been ...
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Dec 14, 2008 ... He was son of Count Constantin Alexander von Benckendorff by Princess Luise Constantine von Croy. He was a favourite on the social scene ...
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Count Alexander Benckendorff Video | Interviews - OVGuide
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Autograph letter, signed, to Count Alexander Benckendorff
Nicholas I, Czar of Russia (1796-1855). Autograph letter, signed, to Count Alexander Benckendorff (with envelope). Peterhof, June 19, 1837. -- RBML ...
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Solomon, I Have Surpassed Thee: The Russian in the Crypt
Dec 14, 2007 ... The only lay person buried in Westminster Cathedral is Count Alexander Benckendorff, and yesterday we received a surprise visit from his ...
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Thus Count Alexander Benckendorff in the 1830s, on how Russia's history should be viewed and written. This advice from the head of the country's first secret ...
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Count Alexander von Benckendorff, Chief of the Third Section of His Imperial Majesty's Own Chancellery. 04 July 1781 (1783 г.) On June 23 (July 4) 1781 (or ...
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Benckendorff Family Papers, 1772-1968 - Columbia University
Ambassadors--Russia--Biography. Benckendorff Alexander Khristoforovich, Count, 1782-1844. Benckendorff Constantin Constantinovich, Count, 1816-1858.
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Count Alexander Benckendorff was the first Head of the Section from 1826. .... in Her Crown: Treasures of Columbia University Libraries - www.columbia.edu ].
Solomon, I Have Surpassed Thee: The Russian in the Crypt
Dec 14, 2007 ... Count Alexander Benckendorff arrived in London in 1903; although ... encouraged the teaching of Russian at English universities and was ...
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He was born in 1846, the son of Count Constantin Alexander von Benckendorff and Princess Louise de Croy, and educated in France and Germany before ...
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Count Sergei Witte and the Twilight of Imperial Russia: A ...
Count Sergei Witte and the Twilight of Imperial Russia: A ...
Sidney Harcave, 2004
The agent, in turn, informed both Count Alexander Benckendorff, the Russian ambassador to Great Britain, and Witte of Hayashi's quest. Witte quickly got in touch with St. Petersburg for permission to meet Hayashi, while Benckendorff signaled ...
Bakunin: The Creative Passion-A Biography
Bakunin: The Creative Passion-A Biography
Mark Leier, 2011
He created a secret police, the notorious Third Section, headed by the grim Count Alexander Benckendorff, who soon set up an extensive network of informers and surveillance, with a special detachment for opening mail. Benckendorff was ...
July 1914: Countdown to War
July 1914: Countdown to War
Sean McMeekin, 2013
McMeekin’s sally into the ever-burgeoning genre of WWI origin stories does not refrain, as does historian Christopher Clark’s The Sleepwalkers, from apportioning blame for the outbreak of the war. This can be a tricky task for historians, complicated by documentary gaps about the July 1914 crisis, which indicate some of the power players involved d...
California Slavic Studies
California Slavic Studies
Nicholas Valentine Riasanovsky, Gleb Struve, Thomas Eekman, 1980
Count Alexander Khristoforovich Benckendorff (1788-1844). The Countess's letters to him before 1835 were published in Lionel G. Robinson, ed., Letters of Dorothea. Princess Lieven. during her Residence in London, 1812-1834 ( London ...
Natasha's Dance: A Cultural History of Russia
Natasha's Dance: A Cultural History of Russia
Orlando Figes, 2003
Beginning in the eighteenth century with the building of St. Petersburg and culminating with the Soviet regime, Figes examines how writers, artists, and musicians grappled with the idea of Russia itself--its character, spiritual essence, and destiny. Skillfully interweaving the great works--by Dostoevsky, Stravinsky, and Chagall--with folk embroide...
The West in Russia and China: Russia, 1472-1917
The West in Russia and China: Russia, 1472-1917
Donald W. Treadgold, 1973
The chief of the gendarmerie, General Count Alexander Benckendorff, was ethnically a German, but that did not stop him from rebuking 'official nationality's' most renowned critic, Peter Chaadaev, with the words, 'Russia's past is admirable; ...
The Russian Origins of the First World War
The Russian Origins of the First World War
Sean McMeekin, 2011
... that Sazonov finally worked up the nerve to instruct Count Alexander Benckendorff, his ambassador in London, to ask the British government why they seemed intent on destroying Russia's entire strategic position. Remarkably, Sazonov did ...
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Tania: Memories of a Lost World by Tania Alexander (And Thoughts of My Father the Story-Teller) | gordsellar.com
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Solomon, I Have Surpassed Thee: The Russian in the Crypt
The only lay person buried in Westminster Cathedral is Count Alexander Benckendorff, and yesterday we received a surprise visit from his grandaughter. Count Benckendorff's story - and how he came to be buried in the crypt at Westminster Cathedral - is extraordinary.
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Valerian Obolensky: Russians In Exile - The History of a Diaspora - Part 1 - Chapter 3 - The Russian Nobility
3. The Russian Nobility In 1859 Ferdinand Schneider from Berlin published the second print (Nouvelle édition) of Prince Pierre Dolgorouky's Notice sur les principales familles de la Russie.
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techno: Putin rewrites history
From The Economist: Putin wants to rewrite history like in the book 1984 written by George OrwellThe rewriting of historyNov 8th 2007The Kremlin uses its version of the past to forge a new ideology for the present“RUSSIA'S past was admirable, its present is more than magnificent and as for its future—it is beyond anything that the boldest mind can imagine. ” Thus Count Alexander Benckendorff in the 1830s, on how Russia's history should be viewed and written.
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English Historical Fiction Authors: Dorothea Christorovna Benckendorff Lieven, Princess Lieven
by Lauren GilbertDorothea Lieven by Isabey   Countess Lieven, later known as Princess Lieven, is a frequent character of Regency-era fiction. Long known as one of the patronesses of Almack's Assembly Rooms, she was the wife of General Count Christopher Lieven (later Prince Lieven) who was the Russian Ambassador to Great Britain.
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"And I expect you think they would tear _me_ piecemeal? Is that the idea?"
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The Higher Police: Vladimir Putin and His Predecessors | Brookings Institution
Article by Laurent Murawiec, and Clifford Gaddy, Fellow, the Brookings Institution, in The National Interest, Spring 2002
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The Sykes – Picot agreement (1916)
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Black and white in the pre-PC days | Eamonn Fitzgerald's Rainy Day
Robert Bruce Lockhart won the Moscow league championship in 1912, playing with Morozov. But this was a cover for his real profession: espionage.
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The Wondering Minstrels: The Name -- Alexander Pushkin
Guest poem submitted by Nick Grundy: (Poem #760) The Name What is my name to you? 'T will die: a wave that has but rolled to reach with a lone splash a distant beach; or in the timbered night a cry . .
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