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Alexander Military Law Academy


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ALEXANDER MILITARY LAW ACADEMY (AMLA), advanced military educational institution. It prepared officers for military court department. It was founded in 1866, as part of classes for officers at the Auditing School (created in 1832). In 1867, the classes were transformed into the Military Law Academy (from 1908 - AMLA). Officers of all branches of troops through to the rank of Captain, who had served for at least four years in formation, were accepted to AMLA. Initially, training consisted of two years, from 1878 - three years. Graduates had the right to take up posts in the military court department. It was closed in December, 1917. The Academy was situated at 96 Moika Embankment.

References: Кузьмин-Караваев В. Д. Военно-юридическая академия, 1866-1891: Краткий ист. очерк. СПб., 1891.

G. V. Kalashnikov.

Persons
Kuzmin-Karavaev Vladimir Dmitrievich

Addresses
Moika River Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city, house 96

Bibliographies
Кузьмин-Караваев В. Д. Военно-юридическая академия, 1866-1891: Крат. ист. очерк. СПб., 1891


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