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Biography: Mikhail Annenkov (1835-1899) is a Russian General, the Builder of the TRANS-Caspian railway. Education in the corps of pages, and Academy of the General staff.
In 1863 took part in the suppression of the Polish rebellion, and then different commissions and the committees established under the the chairmanship of Mr.. A. Milyutin and Prince Century A. Cherkassky, at the conversion of Vistula territory. In 1871, in time of the Franco-Prussian war, was sent in the Prussian army. Returning from the travel, has published a brochure: "Notes and impressions of a Russian officer». Special attention was paid to the question of the use of Railways military Affairs, in 1867, it was published in "Military Collection» several articles this issue.
Since 1869 by 1875 was head of the Affairs of the Committee on the movement of troops railway and the water.
In 1875 ananenkovym had before it a note regarding the status and strength of Railways of Russia. In view of the impending war with Turkey note this caused the establishment of a Commission for research railway works in Russia, under the the chairmanship of the graph Baranova. Annenkov was appointed a member and managing office work of this Commission.
During the war 1877 - 78 years and later, to 1884, Mikhail Nikolayevich was a member of the provisional Executive Committee of the movement of troops. Before the Akhal-Teke expedition to Annenkov was entrusted with the construction of a railway from Michael to the Kizil-Arvato; then it was appointed head of the military communications Transcaspian region.
18 December 1880 it was wounded during the reconnaissance Yangi Qala and is forced to leave his post. It was entrusted with the construction of the strategic rail in Polesie. In 1886-1887, he headed the building of the Samarkand area of the Transcaspian railway, which was opened in the summer of 1888. In that was appointed managing TRANS-Caspian railroad, but was left in this post short.
In 1891-1892 years Annenkov was established in the head of the temporary special administration of public works, taken by the government to assistance to populations affected by a poor harvest. Last years was a member of the military Council.
Mikhail Nikolayevich Annenkov (1835-1899) — Russian General, Builder of the TRANS-Caspian railway. Educated at the corps des pages and General staff Academy.
In 1863 he participated in the suppression of the Polish rebellion, and then in the different commissions and committees established under the chairmanship of N. A. Milutin and Prince V. A. Cherkassky, transformation Prevelikega edge. In 1871, during the Franco-Prussian war, was sent into the Prussian army. Returning from a business trip, he published a pamphlet: "Notes and impressions of a Russian officer". Special attention was paid to the question of the use of Railways for military service, in 1867, he published in "Military Collection" a series of articles on the subject.
From 1869 to 1875 was the head of the Affairs of the Committee on movement of troops by rail and water.
In 1875 Annenkov had before it a note regarding the status and power of the Russian Railways. In view of the forthcoming war with Turkey note this caused the establishment of the Commission for investigation of railway Affairs in Russia, under the chairmanship of count Baranov. Annenkov was appointed a member and a managing office work of the Commission.
During the war of 1877 — 78 years and later, until 1884, Michael was a member of the interim Executive Committee for the movement of troops. Before the Akhal-Teke expedition to Annenkov was entrusted the construction of the railway from St. Michael to Kizil-Arvat; he was then appointed chief of military communications of the TRANS-Caspian region.
18 December 1880 he was wounded in a reconnaissance Yangi-Kala and forced to leave his post. He was entrusted with the construction of strategic Railways in Polesie. In 1886-1887, he directed the building of the Samarkand section of the Transcaspian railway, which was opened in the summer of 1888. In the same year was appointed Governor of the Transcaspian railway, but remained for a short time.
In 1891-1892 Annenkov was placed at the head of the temporary special administration of the public works undertaken by the government to assist the populations affected by poor harvest. The last years of his life he was a member of the military Council.
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