Debogory-Mokrievich Vladimir Karpovich( famous revolutionary populist)
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Biography Debogory-Mokrievich Vladimir Karpovich
(born 1848), son of a landowner Podolsky. He studied at the University of Kiev. Fascinated by socialist ideas, he dreamed of creating agricultural communes among the peasants and to that end engaged in pedagogical activity in Mogilev. In 1873, Mr.. went to Switzerland, where he met Bakunin and under his influence, joined the "rebellious" wing populist anarchism. On his return he settled in Kiev commune with Breshko-Breshkovskaya, Sudzilovsky and others and then "went to the people, disguised as painters, but without success. Soon after the repression; Debogory-Mokrievich fled abroad but returned and organized in Odessa Circle "rebels". Instead of flying propaganda device is assumed to settlements in the nation and systematic training of the armed uprising. He took some part in the preparation of a peasant uprising in the county Chigirinsky with forged royal charters. In the late 70-ies Debogory-Mokrievich stood in the center of the southern circle of terrorists, although it was not a supporter of terror. In early 1879. He was arrested in Kiev and sentenced by a military court to 14 years in prison, but near Irkutsk exchanged documents with criminal exile settler and fled abroad. In 1894, Mr.. went abroad, "Memoirs" Debogoriya-Mokrievicha (reissued in Russia, . St.Petersburg, . 1906), . very informative and entertaining written, the author examines their old hobbies, . recognizes, . that revolutionary agitation could not take root in people, . and advances the liberal-constitutional program,
. In 1899. he, together with V.L. Burtsev issued in Geneva constitutional authority "Free Russia".