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Modest Ivanovich Bogdanovich

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Name  Modest Bogdanovich
Children  Nikolai Bogdanovits
Role  Poet
Modest Ivanovitch Bogdanovich
Died  August 6, 1882, Lomonosov, Russia
Books  Istoriya Vojny 1813 Goda Za Nezavisimost\' Germanii

Modest Ivanovich Bogdanovich (russ. Модест Иванович Богданович; 26 August / 7 September 1805 – 25 July / 6 August 1882, Oranienbaum, Saint Petersburg) was a Russian lieutenant-general and military historian. A nephew of the poet Ippolit Bogdanovich, Modest became an officer in 1823 and served in the war against the Poles. In 1839 he became professor of military history and strategy at the St Petersburg Military Academy.

Works

  • Bonaparte's Campaign in Italy of 1796. St. Petersburg (1859–60)
  • Rumjanzow's, Potemkin's and Sawyrow's campaigns in Turkey. (1852)
  • History of the Great Patriotic War of 1812. 2 volumes. St. Petersburg (1861)
  • History of the Wars of 1813. St. Petersburg (1863–69)
  • History of the Wars of 1814.
  • History of the rule of Alexander I. 6 vols. St. Petersburg (1869–71)
  • The oriental war of 1854–56. 4 vols. St. Petersburg (1876)
  • Modest Ivanovich Bogdanovich

    References

    Modest Ivanovich Bogdanovich Wikipedia


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