Baryshnikov Alexander( Bydvigalsya candidate for the vowels of the Petrograd City Council, participated in rallies for the elections to the Constituent Assembly)
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Biography Baryshnikov Alexander
(1877 - N)
Baryshnikov, Alexander Alexandrovich (1877, St. Petersburg, - N). From a merchant family. He graduated in 1898, St. Petersburg Institute of Railway Engineers. In 1905, the battalion left the service and was soon elected vowel Petersburg City Council, then a member of the City Council in 1912 - in the 3rd Duma, where he joined the fraction Progressives. By 1917, a member of the Petrograd Committee of the All-Russia Union of urban cities.
During the February Revolution of 1917 was appointed commissioner on February 28 of the Provisional Government of the Ministry of Posts and Telegraphs,
. At a private meeting of members of the State Duma on July 18 read out the declaration of Russia Radical-Democratic Party of the need for the coalition and said that "... call for unity, for the overall work - this is the appeal, which must all unite "(" The bourgeoisie and the landowners in 1917. Private meeting of the members of the State Duma, Moscow, Leningrad, 1932,. 207). One of the organizers of the newspaper "Fatherland".
The most important position in the party and its social composition Baryshnikov felt that it "... combines a lower strata of the bourgeoisie, in direct contact with the proletariat "(" Fatherland ", 1917, 20 July). As deputy minister of state charity thought it necessary to transfer the property under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of governments and public organizations, which was in charge of monitoring would institute authorized inspectors. This would contribute to a more radical placement services and improve the profitability of their use ( "Fatherland", 1917, 25 July). In preparation for the opening of the Constituent Assembly and repair of the Tauride Palace Baryshnikov gave permission for relocation of the Petrograd Soviet in the Smolny. In August, was nominated as a candidate for the vowels of the Petrograd City Council, participated in rallies for the elections to the Constituent Assembly, in which he ran, but did not. After the October Revolution he emigrated.