Dolgushin Alexander( politician)
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Biography Dolgushin Alexander
(1848 - 1885). He was a volunteer at the St. Petersburg Institute of Technology. Brought to trial on Nechayev case, Dolgushin after 1 year 8 months imprisonment in the fortress was acquitted (1871) and released. Joined the studio iron cookware, Dolgushin energetically set about promoting the revolutionary ideas and organization among the workers' circles. Dolgushin soon became the center of the circle ( "dolgushintsy"), which first matured the idea of "going to the people" to promote the ideas of liberation. In 1873, Mr.. Dolgushin moved to Moscow and here, along with his immediate staff, Dmochowski, Panin, and Plotnikov, laid the foundation of the first revolutionary populist organization. As arranged Dolgushin secret printing the leaflets were printed for distribution among the people, but after that he and his comrades were arrested and prosecuted. Dolgushin was sentenced to penal servitude for 15 years. For seven years he remained in strict solitary confinement in novobelgorodskoy convict prison, and have written an essay "buried alive". Hence Dolgushin was sent to the Karoo. In Krasnoyarsk Dolgushin met his father, the local prosecutor on duty service escorting prisoners. Stopping in the Krasnoyarsk prison, Dolgushin here helped run a political convict. Due to collision with the caretaker of Krasnoyarsk prison, mistreated detainees, Dolgushin was convicted for another 10 years hard labor. Located on Fourth Street, Dolgushin in 1883. took part in the escape device Myshkin and for that he was sent to Schlusselburg fortress, where he died.