|Alexander Fyodorovich Roediger|
|Алекса́ндр Фёдорович Ре́дигер|
|Russian Minister of War|
15 July 1905 – 11 March 1909
|Preceded by||Viktor Sakharov|
|Succeeded by||Vladimir Sukhomlinov|
|Bulgarian Minister of War|
19 September 1883 – 26 October 1883
|Preceded by||Alexander Kaulbars|
|Succeeded by||Viktor Kotelnikov|
|Born||12 January 1854 [O.S. 31 December 1853]
Veliky Novgorod, Novgorod Governorate, Russian Empire
|Died||26 January 1920
Sevastopol, Crimean ASSR, Russian SFSR
|Alma mater||Nikolayev Academy of the General Staff|
|Service/branch||Russian Imperial Army|
|Years of service||1870s—1917|
|Rank||General of Infantry|
|Battles/wars||Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878|
Aleksandr Fedorovich Roediger (Russian: Алекса́ндр Фёдорович Ре́дигер; 12 January 1854 [O.S. 31 December 1853], Veliky Novgorod, Novgorod Governorate, Russian Empire – 26 January 1920, Sevastopol, Crimean ASSR, Russian SFSR) was a Russian General of Infantry who fought in the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78, served as a member of the Imperial Russian State Council, and was the Minister of War of the Russian Empire (1905–1909). He also briefly served as the Minister of War of the Principality of Bulgaria (1883).
Graduate of the Page Corps and a student of the Nicholas Academy of the General Staff; served in the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878; in 1882 was appointed Assistant Minister and later Minister of War of the newly independent Principality of Bulgaria; on his return to Russia became a Professor in the Nicholas Military Academy. He was appointed Assistant Minister of War of Russia in 1898 under Aleksey Kuropatkin. Served as Russian Minister of War from 1905 through 1909 serving in the Witte, Goremykin and Stolypin governments. He was also an appointed member of the Imperial State Council beginning in 1905. In June 1907 police foiled a plot to assassinate Roediger. Several members of Socialist-Revolutionary Party were arrested.
- Out of My Past: Memoirs of Count Kokovtsov; Hoover War Library Publications Number 6, Stanford University Press, 1935.
- NEW RUSSIAN WAR MINISTER.; Gen. Ridiger Is Appointed to Succeed Gen. Sakharoff.
- PLOT TO KILL RUDIGER.; Police Discover Conspiracy to Murder Russian War Minister.