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Alexander Kolčak

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Nativitas: 4 Novembris 1874; Alexandrovskoye
Obitus: 7 Februarii 1920; Ircutia
Patria: Imperium Russicum, Russian state 1918-1920

Officium

Officium: Q4109081
Munus: politicus, explorator, military officer, oceanographer

Consociatio

Factio: White movement

Familia

Genitores: Vassili Ivanovitch Koltchak;
Coniunx: Q12111824

Memoria

Laurae: Constantin Medal, Q52564637, Knight second class of the Order of Saint Anne, Knight fourth class of the Order of Saint Anna, Q52567864, Q52229358, Order of St. Vladimir, 4th class, Order of St. Vladimir, 3rd class with Swords, Order of St. George, 3rd class, Order of St. George, 4th class, Gold Sword for Bravery, Russo-Japanese War Medal, Medal "In memory of the 300th anniversary of Romanov dynasty", Medal In memory of Alexaner III, Q4286771, Port Arthur Cross, Order of the Bath, Q52229067, Knight of the Legion of Honour, Q52229539

Alexander Basilii filius Kolčak (Russice Александр Васильевич Колчак, tr. Aleksandr Vasil'evič Kolčak; 4 [16] Novembris 18747 Februarii 1920) erat classis praefectus, explorator atque rerum politicarum peritus Russicus. Annis 19001903 erat particeps expeditionum in Oceano Arctico. In bellis Russo-Iaponico, primo mundano, civili Russico participavit. In bello civili illo fuit dux motus 'Alborum' (i.e. illorum, qui contra bolsevicos pugnabant), anno 1918 ab illis 'administrator supremus Russiae' declaratus (sedem suam Omii habebat), quod titulum anno 1920 Antonio Denikin transmissit. Victus et captus, Ircutiae traiectus est.

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