Heiden Fyodor Loginovich( adjutant general, General of Infantry and a member of the Council of State)
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Biography Heiden Fyodor Loginovich
(1821 - 1900). His early education was in the Corps of Pages, he served in the Guard, then in the Caucasus, took part in the hostilities in Chechnya and Dagestan, was shot twice. In 1849, Mr.. participated in the Hungarian war, then was chief of staff in various buildings. In 1861, Mr.. he was instructed to correct the position of the general of the Chief of Staff. With the transformation of departmental inspector and the general staff, he was appointed in 1866. Chief of Staff. Under his chairmanship had also developed regulations, rules and instructions, constituted the main ground for the mobilization of Russian troops to the Turkish war of 1877 - 78 years. During this war on the part of Count Heyden fell replenishment of the army by creating backup and spare parts and non-stop direct them to the theater of war. Staying in the war in St. Petersburg, he served as Minister of War. Since May 1881. by 1897. Heyden served as the Finnish Governor-General and Commander of the Finnish military district.