Kruse, Nikolaj Fedorovich( Outstanding Public Figure)
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Biography Kruse, Nikolaj Fedorovich
(1823 - 1901). He graduated from the course at Kharkov University. He served from 1855 g. censor Censorship Committee in Moscow and in this position could not hurt, but help the progressive press, among other things, the liberal then Russian Messenger MN. Katkov. In 1858, Mr.. was forced to leave the service; writers and Society honored him with dinners and addresses. In an address in St. Petersburg writers were told that Kruse many "verbal works had to opportunity to come to the light and become public domain". Address this signed by 53 writers, among whom are signed to. Kavelin, H. Nekrasov M. Saltykov AND. Goncharova H. Chernyshevskogo H. Dobrolyubova Ap. Maikova, IN. Spasovich, IN. Bezobrazov, E. Kovalevsky. In 1865, Mr.. Cruz was selected for the chairman of Yamburgskoye county rural council, and after then the St. Petersburg province. In January 1867, Mr.. peterburgskoe zemstvo provincial assembly was dissolved by imperial order, . local self-government throughout the province are closed; Kruse himself barely escaped references to the east, . lived for some time in the country without the right to leave, . Then he lived in Moscow and was engaged in private affairs,
. In 1885, Mr.. was appointed as a board member of the nobility of the land bank. Kruse has worked in the Russian Messenger 1850, wrote Zemsky issues in the Journal of Europe "and" Saint-Petersburg Vedomosti (red. VF. Korsch), left unfinished memoirs. In a poem dedicated to him Nekrasov said: "The first time through you to the poor people got great words - science, truth, fatherland, freedom, civil rights". - See. "Russian Gazette", 1901,? 221 (obituary), 243 and 247 (st. A. Murashkintseva, reprinted in the Literary Gazette, 1901, t. II, Book 7.) B. Gorodetsky, "In memory Cruz" ( "Historical Journal, 1901, October).