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- Alexander Soloviev, was a former student who unsuccessfully attempted to assassinate Tsar Alexander II of Russia with a revolver.
- Alexander Soloviev: Alexander Vasilievich Soloviev was a historian of Serbia and Serbian law. He published research on the Bogumils, Serbian heraldry, philately and archeology, and translations from Russian and French. He was a professor at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, first Dean of the Sarajevo Law School and professor of Slavic studies at the University of Geneva.
- Alexander Soloviev is the son of Dmitry Soloviev and Ekaterina Lobanova.
- Alexander Soloviev was the father of Sergei Solovyov.
- born in (110 years ago)
- parent of Sergei Solovyov
- died in (59 years ago)
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by Michael Newton
April 20, 1879, revolutionist Alexander Soloviev fired five shots at the tsar in Palace Square but missed each time, and was sent to the gallows on May 28. Seven months later, Narodnaya Volya dynamited the railroad line between Moscow ...
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