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Who is Alexander Guchkov?
Alexander Guchkov: Alexander Ivanovich Guchkov was a Russian politician, Chairman of the Third Duma and Minister of War in the Russian Provisional Government.
- also known as Alexander Ivanovich Guchkov
- born on (153 years ago) in Moscow
- nationality: Russia
- education: Moscow State University
- profession: Politician
- died on (79 years ago) in Paris
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by Elliott Johnson, David Walker, Daniel Gray
was too much for a government living in fear of a restless workers' revolutionary movement, and Milyukov, along with Octobrist leader Alexander Guchkov, was forced to resign. Lvov remained as prime minister and appointed the socialist Alexander Kerensky minister of war, while Soviet representatives were included in a new coalition cabinet that included Menshevik, Tradovik, Popular Socialist, and Socialist Revolutionary party representatives. The Bolsheviks, however, remained ...
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