Pyotr Dmitriyevich Dolgorukov
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Graduate of Moscow University. Well-known zemstvo man and for many years chairman of Sudzha Zemstvo Board. For his radical pronouncements at the sessions of Sudzha Uezd Committee to Study the Needs of Agricultural Industry, he was removed from his post by Plehve but reinstated under Sviatopolk-Mirsky.
He was one of the founders of the Union of Liberation and of the publication Osvobozhdenie; participated in zemstvo congresses, 1904-1905. One of the founders of the Constitutional Democratic Party, member and vice-chairman of the First State Duma, 1906. He was convicted by the court and imprisoned for three months for signing the Vyborg Appeal.
In 1909 he was reelected chairman of Sudzhensky Uyezd Zemstvo Board.
He was arrested by SMERSH in 1945 and spent last years of his life in Soviet prisons. He died in 1951.
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