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Member of the special commission to draft a plan for a State Duma, according to the rescript of February 18, 1905, and the Manifesto of October 17. Later, he was sent abroad to study the legislative institutions of Western Europe.
Senator in 1906. Member of the State Council since 1914. Trepov was appointed Transport Minister in November 1915 and prime minister in November 1916, keeping also his position of Transport Minister. He resigned just prior to the February Revolution as a result of disagreement with minister of interior Alexander Protopopov. He emigrated from Russia after the Bolshevik revolution.
Related to Fyodor Trepov.
- An obituary can be found in The Times, Monday, Nov 12, 1928; pg. 18 (using the old transliteration as Trepoff)
- V.I. Gurko. Features And Figures Of The Past. Government And Opinion In The Reign Of Nicholas II.
|Prime Minister of Russia
23 November 1916 – 9 January 1917
|Minister of Transport (Russia)
1915 - 1916