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  1. In 1873 Alekseyev entered as a volunteer in the 2nd Grenadiers Regiment in Rostov. He graduated from the Moscow Infantry School in 1876 and was commissioned an ensign in the same 64th Kazan Regiment. He served as an orderly to General Mikhail Skobelev during the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878), and was wounded in combat near Pleven, Bulgaria. He was promoted to lieutenant in January 1881, and captain in May 1883.

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  3. Mikhail Alekseyev - Wikipedia

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    In 1873 Alekseyev entered as a volunteer in the 2nd Grenadiers Regiment in Rostov. He graduated from the Moscow Infantry School in 1876 and was commissioned an ensign in the same 64th Kazan Regiment. He served as an orderly to General Mikhail Skobelev during the Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878), and was wounded in combat near Pleven, Bulgaria. He was promoted to lieutenant in January 1881, and captain in May 1883.

  4. Mikhail Vasilyevich Alekseyev | Russian general | Britannica

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    Mikhail Vasilyevich Alekseyev, Alekseyev also spelled Alekseev, (born Nov. 15 [Nov. 3, old style], 1857, Tver, Russia—died Oct. 8, 1918, Yekaterinodar [now Krasnodar]), commander in chief of the Russian Army for two months in World War I and a military and political leader of the White (anti-Bolshevik) forces in the Russian Civil War that followed the Russian Revolution of October 1917.

  5. Mikhail Alexseev | Political Science | Arts & Letters | SDSU

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    Mikhail Alexseev (Ph.D., University of Washington, 1996) is the Bruce E. Porteous Professor of political science at San Diego State University, where he has taught since 2000. His publications focus on threat assessment in interstate and internal wars, ethnic relations, nationalism, and immigration in Russia/Eurasia, with a special focus currently on sociopolitical effects of the military conflict over East Ukraine.

  6. Mikhail Alekseyev | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Mikhail Vasiliyevich Alekseyev (Russian: Михаил Васильевич Алексеев) (3 November 1857 – 25 September 1918) was an Imperial Russian Army general during World War I and the Russian Civil War. Between 1915 and 1917 he served as Tsar Nicholas II's Chief of Staff of the Stavka, and after the February...

  7. Mikhail Alekseyev (writer) - Wikiwand

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    Mikhail Nikolayevich Alekseyev was a Russian Soviet writer and editor, writing mostly about the Great Patriotic War and the life of Soviet peasantry . His controversial Fighters novel was one of the few non-dissident works of the time to bring about the issue of the 1933 Soviet famine. In 1969-1990 Alekseyev edited Moskva magazine.[1][2]

  8. Mikhail Alekseyev (writer) - Wikipedia

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    Mikhail Nikolayevich Alekseyev ( Russian: Михаи́л Никола́евич Алексе́ев, 6 May 1918, Monastyrskoye, Saratov Governorate, RSFSR - 21 May 2007, Moscow, Russian Federation) was a Russian Soviet writer and editor, writing mostly about the Great Patriotic War ( Soldiers, 1951, 1959; My Stalingrad, 1993-1998, the Fatherland and Mikhail Sholokhov Prizes, respectively) and the life of Soviet peasantry ( Unweeping Willow, 1970-1974, the USSR State Prize in 1976).

  9. Mikhail Alekseyev (banker) - Wikipedia

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    From 1986 to 1989 he attended graduate school at the university. As a third year student, he was awarded the bronze medal of All-Soviet Exhibition Centre for his scientific work. He has a Ph.D. in Economics. He is the author of five monographs focused on securities market issues, the first of which, published in 1993, became the first mass-published textbook in Russian on securities market.

  10. Mikhail Alekseyev (November 15, 1857 — October 8, 1918 ...

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    Mikhail Alekseyev was a Russian military. He was a famous general who took part in many wars such as Russo - Japanese War, Russian Civil War and World War I. Thanks to his military skill enjoyed the authority of the Tsar Nicholas II. Background Mikhail Vasilevich Alekseyev was born in Tver province on November 15, 1857.

  11. Mikhail Alekseyev (writer) | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Mikhail Nikolayevich Alekseyev (Russian: Михаил Николаевич Алексеев, 6 May 1918, Monastyrskoye village, Saratov Governorate, RSFSR - 21 May 2007, Moscow, Russian Federation) was a Russian Soviet writer and editor, writing mostly about the Great Patriotic War ( Soldiers, 1951, 1959; My Stalingrad, 1993-1998, the Fatherland and Mikhail Sholokhov Prizes, respectively) and the life of Soviet peasantry ( Unweeping Willow, 1970-1974, the USSR State Prize in 1976).

  12. Mikhail Alekseyev - IMDb

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    Mikhail Alekseyev was born on May 6, 1918 in Monastyrskoye, Saratov Governorate, RSFSR as Mikhail Nikolayevich Alekseyev. He was a writer and actor, known for Zhuravushka (1969), Vishnyovyy omut (1982) and Russkoye pole (1972). He died on May 21, 2007 in Moscow, Russia. See full bio » Born: