Vladimir Kuzmin-Karavayev

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V.D. Kuzmin-Karavaev

Vladimir Dmitrievich Kuzmin-Karavaev (1859–1928) was Russian legal scholar and liberal politician.

Biography[edit]

Graduate of His Majesty's Page Corps and of the Alexander Military Law Academy. Professor in the Military Law Academy, 1890, and in the Nicholas Academy of General Staff, 1899–1903; professor at St. Petersburg University, 1909–1913.

Active participant in zemstvo congresses, 1904–1905. One of the founders of the Party of Democratic Reform; member of St. Petersburg City Duma; member of the First and Second Dumas. Barrister in St. Petersburg Court of Appeals, 1913. He was an active member of the irregular freemasonic lodge, the Grand Orient of Russia’s Peoples.[1]

During the Russian civil war he was member of Yudenich's Political Conference.

Kuzmin-Karavaev died in Paris

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Noteworthy members of the Grand Orient of France in Russia and the Supreme Council of the Grand Orient of Russia's People". Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon. 15 October 2017.