Perovskaya Sophia Lvovna( Russian political activist)
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Biography Perovskaya Sophia Lvovna
(1854 - 1881), . granddaughter Minister Perovsky, . daughter of the governor of St. Petersburg, . lost his seat he discovered during the assassination attempt Karakozov (1866) negligence; studied at the gymnasium in St. Petersburg., . where her friends were the future revolutionaries Sophia Leshern and Kornilov in 1870,
. left the parental home, participated in the circle of Tchaikovsky; for propaganda among the peasants in various parts of Russia was arrested in 1873 but released on bail made by the father, and the following years her mother lived in the Crimea. During this time, examined feldsherstvo. Was tried on the process 193; acquitted by the court, but exiled by administrative order in Olonets province, ran off the road. Joined the party of Land and Freedom, after its disintegration ranged between parties Reapportionment and the People's Will, . but, . partly under the influence Zhelyabova, . finally acceded to the People's Will, . defending it centralization and discipline, and taking an active part in all its affairs,
. Prepared with Zhelyabovs event March 1, 1881, on the day of the murder of the emperor stood on guard, in order to submit Grinevitskiy Rysakova signal throwing bombs, which she performed. March 10, 1881, Mr.. was arrested, tried and executed. See. Sofia Ivanova "Memories of Perovskoj" ( "Past", 1906, 3); A. Tun "History of revolutionary movements in Russia (St. Petersburg, 1906);" It's March 1 (St. Petersburg, 1906); Stepniak, Underground Russia (St. Petersburg, 1905). V. In-in.