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Vasily Kravkov
Vasily Pavlovich Kravkov (Russian: Василий Павлович Кравков) was an Imperial Russian Army medical officer, Privy Councilor (1917), and author of diaries of the Russo-Japanese War and World War I.Contents1 Biography 2 Heritage 3 Memory 4 Awards 5 Family 6 Works (Russian) 7 References 8 External linksBiography[edit] Vasily Pavlovich Kravkov was born a fourth child in the family of a non-commissioned officer Pavel Alexeyevich Kravkov (1826-1910), who served as a senior clerk in the office of the Chief Enlistment Officer of the Ryazan Governorate. According to the family legend, the scientist's mother Evdokia (Avdotia) Ivanovna (1834-1891), before wedding a «Kaluga petty bourgeois», was an illegitimate daughter of Konstantin Kavelin (1818-1885), a famous Russian historian, jurist and sociologist, one of the ideologists of Russian liberalism at the age of the reforms of Alexander II. In 1871-1878 Vasily Kravkov attended the First Ryazan Gymnasium

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