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Cover of the newspaper "Le Petit Journal" c portrait of A. Mohrenheim, 1892

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53064
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France
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1892.
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Marking:53064
Country:France
Dating:1892.
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France, 1892. The original first page of the famous French Newspapers in a very good collection status. Format A3. On the cover depicted the Russian Ambassador in France Arthur Mohrenheim.

 

Biographical note: Arthur Pavlovich Mohrenheim (8 June (27 may) 1824 - 1906) - the Russian diplomat, actual privy Counsellor (from 1886), Baron. Born in Warsaw in in 1824 the family of Pavel Osipovich Mohrenheim - attorney in Russia Madrid. The grandson of the physician Joseph (Josef-Jakob) Mohrenheim. In 1845 after graduating from the law faculty of Moscow University, he entered the service in the Department of internal relations of the Ministry of foreign Affairs Russia. With 1847 - 3rd Secretary, office of the Minister of foreign Affairs count the Kronstadt Nesselrode. With 1850 - 2nd Secretary of the office. In 1851-1856 gg youngest Secretary of the Russian Embassy in Austria. In 1856 transferred to S. Petersburg and assigned a Junior Advisor of the foreign Ministry. In 1857 he received the rank of the collegiate counselor. With 1858 - Counsellor of the Russian diplomatic mission in Prussia (in Berlin, where  1862-1863, in the absence of the Ambassador was acting temporary attorney in the business. In produced in 1860 state Councilor and in 1865 - in the actual state Councilor. In 1867-1882, envoy extraordinary and the Plenipotentiary Minister of Russia Denmark. Thanks to this post was personally known to the heir to the throne conducted. Prince Alexander Alexandrovich (the future Emperor Alexander III), married to the Danish Princess and often stayed in Copenhagen that contributed to further diplomatic career Mohrenheim. In 1882 to 1884, extraordinary and the Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Russia in UK 1884 to 1897, extraordinary and the Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Russia in France. Mohrenheim was supporter of rapprochement of Russia with France. In 1886 he received the rank of actual privy Counsellor. In 1891-1893 he was directly involved in the creation of the Russian-French Alliance. With November 1897, member of the State Council with abandonment of the post of Ambassador of Russia in France. Was is married to the Baroness Louise Nikolaevna Korf (1835-1916), daughter of Baron Nikolai Ivanovich Korf.

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Arthur p. Mohrenheim (8 June (27 may) 1824 — 1906) — Russian diplomat, actual privy Councilor (since 1886), Baron. Born in Warsaw in 1824 in the family of Pavel Osipovich of Morungaba — chargé d'affaires of Russia in Madrid. Grandson of doctor Joseph (Josef-Jakob) Moregame. In 1845 after graduating from the law faculty of Moscow University, he entered the service in the Department of internal Affairs of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia. With 1847 — the 3rd Secretary of the office of the Minister for foreign Affairs count Nesselrode. From 1850, the 2nd Secretary of the office. In 1851-1856 HS Junior Secretary of the Russian Embassy in Austria. In 1856 he was moved to St. Petersburg and appointed a Junior adviser Ministry of foreign Affairs. In 1857 he received the rank of collegiate Councilor. Since 1858 — Counsellor of the Russian diplomatic mission in Prussia (in Berlin), where in 1862-1863, during the absence of the Ambassador was acting charge d'affaires. In 1860 was made a state Councilor, and in 1865 — to state Councilor. In 1867-1882, extraordinary envoy and Plenipotentiary Minister of Russia in Denmark. Thanks this post was personally known to the heir to the throne led. Prince Alexander Alexandrovich (future Emperor Alexander III), he married the Dutch Princess and often stayed in Copenhagen, which contributed to further diplomatic career Moregame. In 1882 to 1884 he was Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia in great Britain from 1884 to 1897. — extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Russia in France. Mohrenheim was a supporter of rapprochement of Russia with France. In 1886 he received the rank of privy councillor. In 1891-1893 he was directly involved in creating the Russian-French Alliance. From November, 1897, a member of the State Council with leaving the post of Ambassador of Russia in France. He was married to Baroness Louise Nikolaevna Kerkyra (1835-1916), daughter of Baron Nikolay Ivanovich Korf.

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