| Alexander Konovalov|
| 1948, Paris, France|
Alexander Ivanovich Konovalov Wikipedia
Alexander Ivanovich Konovalov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Ива́нович Конова́лов) (September 17, 1875, Moscow - January 28, 1949, Paris, France; Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois Cemetery) was a Russian Kadet politician and entrepreneur. One of Russia's biggest textile manufacturers, he became a leader of the liberal, business-oriented Progressist Party and was a member of the Progressive Bloc in the Fourth Duma. During World War I he was vice president of Alexander Guchkov's Military-Industrial Committee, and after the February Revolution he became Minister of Trade and Industry in the Provisional Government. After the October Revolution he emigrated to France, where he was a leader of leftist Russian émigrés; at the start of World War II he moved to the United States.