Talk:Tarnovo Constitution

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Mikhail Domontovich[edit]

(Moved here from Talk:National awakening of Bulgaria)

I wrote this in the article on Alexandra Kollontai (See also Talk:Alexandra Kollontai):

Kollantai was born in St. Petersburg to Mikhail Domontovich, a general in the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878 and the head of the chancellery of the Russian administration in Bulgaria from 1878-1879, and Alexandra Masalin-Mravinsky, the daughter of a wealthy Finnish timber merchant.

In her memoirs Kollontai claims that:

  1. His father, Mikhail Domontovich was instrumental in creating the Bulgarian constitution.
  2. The constitution, considered to be too liberal by the tsar, was influenced by the Finnish constitution.

-- Petri Krohn 03:08, 11 May 2006 (UTC)