Romanov Dmitri Ivanovich( Writer)
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Biography Romanov Dmitri Ivanovich
died in 1873
He graduated from the course in the officer class of the main engineering school; long served in Eastern Siberia during the Khiva expedition that was committed, together with Grand Duke Nikolai Konstantinovich, had taken his own life. The main merit of his device was Amur Telegraph. Many contributed to the laying of the trade routes from the interior of Russia to the Asian markets, bustling about the conduct of the Siberian railway and a network of roads along the shore of the Caspian Sea and from the Caucasus to Turkestan. Many of the projects P. subsequently received implementation. Posted by numerous geographical, ethnographic, economic articles, most of whom regard the Amur region: "The accession of the Amur River to Russia (" Russian Word ", in 1859," 4, 6 - 8), "Essay on the area between Hall. de Castries and p. Cupid "(" Bulletin of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society, 1859,? 3), "Cupid" ( "Sea Digest, 1860, No 6)," On the Russian side the Sea of Japan "(ib., 1862, t. XI), . "The depth of Lake Baikal" ( "Notes of the Siberian Branch of Russian Geographical Society", . 1863, . ? 6), . "Recent events in China and their significance for Russia (Irkutsk, . 1861), . "The Siberian Railway" (Irkutsk Provincial Gazette, . 1858, . ? 49 and 50 and "Voice", . 1870, . ? 16), . "Siberian-Urals Railway" ( "The Warsaw Diary", . 1868, . ? 18), . Siberian telegraph "(Saint-Petersburg, . 1860) and other,
. In the "Voice" (1873) placed the last of his correspondence: "With the road to Khiva" and "From the camp at the wells Irkibay". See. obituaries in The Voice, 1873,? 168, 198 and 211, and "Memoirs of the Imperial Russian Technical Society, 1874,? 2.