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Ivan Goremykin

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Ivan Logginovich Goremykin (Ива́н Лóггинович Горемы́кин; 8 November 1839 24 December 1917) was a Russian politician who served as the prime minister of the Russian Empire in 1906 and again from 1914 to 1916, during World War I. He was the last person to have the civil rank of Active Privy Councillor, 1st class. During his time in government, Goremykin pursued conservative policies. Biography Goremykin was born on 8 November 1839 into a noble family. In 1860 he completed studies at the Imperial School of Jurisprudence and became a lawyer in Saint Petersburg. In the Senate, Goremykin became responsible for agriculture in Congress Poland. In 1866 he was appointed as vice governor in Płock and in 1869 in Kielce. In 1891 he was appointed as deputy minister of justice, considered being an expert on the "peasant question". Within a year he moved to the Ministry of the Interior, becoming Minister from 1895–1899. A self-described "man of the old school" who viewed the Tsar as th
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