Nikolay Baranov (politician)
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St. Petersburg, Russia
|Died||April 4, 1895|
Nikolai Baranov (1843 – April 4, 1895) was a Russian politician.
Born in Saint Petersburg, he was arrested for possessing a piece of anti-tsarist propaganda and was sentenced to exile in Siberia. The experience greatly changed Baranov and upon his release he joined the radical revolutionary movement Narodnaya Volya.
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