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Who is Alexander Gorchakov?
Alexander Gorchakov: Alexander Mikhailovich Gorchakov, was a Russian statesman from the Gorchakov princely family. He has an enduring reputation as one of the most influential and respected diplomats of the nineteenth century. From 1863 to 1883 he was chancellor of the Russian Empire.
- also known as Горчаков, Александр Михайлович
- born on (217 years ago) in Haapsalu
- education: Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum
- profession: Diplomat
- died on (132 years ago) in Baden-Baden
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A Historical Encyclopedia by Alexander Mikaberidze
In 1864, Russian foreign minister Alexander Gorchakov wrote the famous memorandum “ A Justification for Russian Advance in Central 238 | Central Asia, Russian Conquest of.
by Cathal J. Nolan
With a new and powerful Germany under Bismarck at the center of Europe, Russia under Foreign Minister and Chancellor Alexander Gorchakov was at last freed from the constraints imposed by ...
by Carl Cavanagh Hodge
In return for supporting Prussia against Austria, for example, Russian foreign minister Alexander Gorchakov obtained German support to renounce the Black Sea treaty clauses and reestablish a Russian navy. Another consequence of the ...
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