ZAICHNEVSKY Peter G.( Russian revolutionary.)
Comments for ZAICHNEVSKY Peter G.
Biography ZAICHNEVSKY Peter G.
(18.IH.1842, Mtsensk Oryol province - 19.III.1896, Smolensk)
In 1858, Mr.. entered Moscow University and immediately became a member of the student movement. In 1861, Mr.. organized (together with P. Argiropulo) revolutionary circle, printed a number of illegal publications. For revolutionary agitation among the peasants Podolsky Mtsensk summer 1861. arrested. In conclusion, wrote a proclamation "Young Russia" (May 1862), which called for the overthrow of the autocracy. Returning from Siberia (1869) continued their revolutionary work in Orel. He took part in the activities of the circle of populist 1888-89 gg. in Smolensk (S.P. Sereda and others). Again, was arrested and exiled to Irkutsk. In 1895, he returned to European Russia, settled in Smolensk, which was involved in disputes between liberal, populist and Marxist currents of public life. Buried in Avraamiy Cathedral, the tomb is set on a stone with an inscription.
Lit.: Koz'min B.P. PG. Zaichnevsky and "Young Russia". - M., 1932; Proletarian Revolution, 23. -? 6-7 (18-19); Budaev DI. Monuments revoyutsionnogo deed. - M., 1981. - P. 60-62.