Bulatov, Alexander( Decembrist)
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Biography Bulatov, Alexander
Born in 1793, Mr.. His father was a general of the old school, an ardent monarchist. On mother's death, Bulatov lived with her family. Participated in the War of 1812, has shown extraordinary bravery and was wounded several times. In 1823, Mr.. He was appointed commander of the 12 th regiment of Chasseurs, who was standing in the Penza province. Death dearly beloved wife, Bulatov plunged into deep despair, was, perhaps, one reason for dragging Bulatov affairs secret societies. He was a member of both the Southern and Northern Societies, was a lively correspondence with their heads. December 1, 1825, Mr.. Bulatov, arrived in St. Petersburg without leave, took a large part in preparing for the uprising and was elected assistant dictator Prince Trubetskoy. December 14, he, in his words, was a few steps from the Emperor Nicholas, having a pair of loaded pistols in his pocket, but did not dare shoot at the emperor (heart refused "). Evening on December 14 Bulatov gave himself over to the authorities. After his arrest Bulatov had a meeting with Emperor Nicholas. Prisoner in the dungeon (but not arrested in the apartment of the governor, as erroneously tells in his notes Decembrist Baron Rosen), Bulatov, in January 1826. fell into a deep melancholy, and, after several days of hunger strike, had committed suicide by smashing his head against the walls of the chamber. Original identity Bulatov not examined. - See. AA. Titov, "п-.п°. Bulatov "(" Russian Antiquities ", 1887, N 1).