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Alexander Antonov (politician)

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Aleksandr Stepanovich Antonov (26 July 1889 – 24 June 1922) (Алекса́ндр Степа́нович Анто́нов) was a Russian revolutionary, member of the Socialist Revolutionary Party, and one of the leaders of the Tambov Rebellion against the Bolshevik regime. Early life Antonov was born in Moscow in 1889 to Nataliia Ivanovna Sokolova and Stepan Gavrilovich Antonov, however his family moved to Kirsanov in his father's native Tambov Governorate soon after his birth. Parish documents record the family as lower middle-class. In Kirsanov, Nataliia worked as a seamstress and milliner and Stepan, a former non-commissioned officer in the Russian army, worked as a tinker, although his business was unsuccessful. Antonov had two elder sisters, Valentina and Anna, and a younger brother Dimitri Antonov. As a teenager he worked for a local grain trader. His mother died when he was about 16 years old. He had moved out of home by the time Stepan and Dimitri moved to Inzhavino in 1907 or 1908. Entr
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