VATOSONErnest Karlovic( Writer)
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Biography VATOSONErnest Karlovic
(1839 - 91).
He graduated from Moscow University in History and Philology. A history teacher in the I Moscow Cadet Corps, but for involvement in student unrest in 1861, after a brief arrest, was dismissed from the denial forever teaching. Watson's literary activity began in 1861,. participation in the Moscow Gazette VF. Korsch and "modern word" NG. Pisarevsky (1862). Then NG. Chernyshevski invited Watson to cooperate in the "Contemporary", where, after the arrest Chernyshevskogo before the final closure of the magazine (1866), Watson was in charge of the political department. After a short time, Watson led the political department in the Journal of Europe ", and from 1866. was in charge of the political department of the "St. Petersburg Vedomosti, which was later co-editor VF. Korsch. In 1875 - 81 years Watson was in charge of political department of the Stock-Exchange News (later renamed the "Rumor") and later he participated in the "Voice", . "Russian Gazette", . "Week", . "Abroad Gazette, . "Polite literature", . Russian Thought, . The Northern Messenger, . "The Jewish Library" and "Voskhod,
. Owning French, German, English and Italian, Watson was busy translating. Greater Watson's article: "The Prussian Government and the Prussian Constitution" (1862), . "The question of improving the welfare of workers in Germany" (1863), . "The working classes of England and Manchester School" (1864), . "What great men in history" (1865), . "Abraham Lincoln" (1865), . "These strikes in France and England" (1865), . "Auguste Comte and positive philosophy" (1865) and others,
. Separately issued: "Review of the constitutions of the Belgian, Dutch and Piedmontese" (1862), "Epilogue Prussian-French War" (1875), dedicated to the history of the Paris Commune, and "Studies and Essays on Public Affairs" (1892).