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Entries / 1906


Categories / Tsarskoe Selo and town of Pushkin. The digital chronological reference book/Chronicle of three centuries/1901 - 1925

1 January. I.F Annensky resigned of his own free will from the post of the Director of the Nicholas Gimnasium, it was evoked by his unwillingness "to take disciplinary action against the seditious young people"; he contented himself only with exhorting as he acknowledged the only force in the world - "the force of mind and word". Annensky was moved in the position of an inspector of the Petersburg Educational Okrug, but he stayed to live in Tsarskoye Selo.
2 January. Yakov Georgiyevich Mor, a Hellenist-philologist, teacher, who gave top priority to the order and the letter of the law, was appointed the Director of the Nicholas Gimnasium. Mor sent down students' favourite teachers: the Russian language teacher V.I. Orlov, the Maths teacher I.M. Travchetov and the God's Law teacher, archpriest A.V. Rozhdestvensky, the father of the Soviet poet Vsevolod Rozhdestvensky.

17 April. I.L. Goremykin, who was appointed byNicholas II as Prime Minister, was received in the Alexander Palace. The dissolution of the First State Duma was one of his first initiatives.

June. Colonel F.N. Peshkov was appointed as the Head of the Palace Board, he worked in this position until his death on 25 October 1910.

6 June. The rally of striking sales assistants - including Gusterin's shop, Filippov's and Gollerbach's bakeries, who set up economic claims for their masters - took place in Sobornaya (Cathedral) Square at the Gostiny Dvor (Merchant Arcade) that was closed in the connection with the strike. The rally was broken up by the police, but on the same day all arrested people were liberated under the pressure of the crowd.

23 October. "The Tsarskoye Selo Hospital of Empress Alexandra Fiodorovna for disabled soldiers" for 150 bunks was opened. It was founded "for placing retired lower rank military men suffered from wounds and mutilations obtained during wars and discharging the duties during the peacefull time.

A maternity hospital of M.A. Drozhzhina, it was opened for free reception of poor women , dwellers of Tsarskoye Selo and outskirts, began to work in the building (now it is house no. 14) built by S.A. Danini in Pavlovsk Road.

The first wooden building for the Tsarskoye Selo community of the Red Cross nurses was built by the architect S.A. Danini, who built the stone nurses' building with the Church of the Icon of the Mother of God "Consolation of All the Afficted" (its present address is 33 Leontyevskaya Street) nearby during 1912-1913.

Count Vasily Alekseyevich Komarovsky, a poet, settled in Tsarskoye Selo. The book of his poems "pervaya pristan" ("The First Landing Stage") was published in 1913. Under many poems of the collection there was the title "Tsarskoye Selo".

16 October. The newspaper "Tsarskoselskoye Delo" ("The Tsarskoye Selo Business")- the publication of the Party "The Union of 17 October" , that has been being until February 1917 - began to publish in a private printing-house of Borovkov.

Annensky Innokenty Fedorovich
Danini Silvio Amvrosievich
Goremykin Ivan Logginovich
Komarovsky, Vasily Alekseyevich, count
Mor, Yakov Georfeyevich
Nicholas II, Emperor
Orlov V.I.
Peshkov, F.N.
Rozhdestvensky Vsevolod Alexandrovich
Rozhdestvensky, A.V.
Travchetov, I.M.

Leontievskaya Street/Pushkin, town
Pavlovskoe Freeway/Pushkin, town, house 14

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