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Sigurd Ottovich Schmidt

Sigurd Ottovich Schmidt, Russian historian, educator, researcher. Recipient prize Government Russian Federation, 1998, Pushkin medal, 1999; named Honored Scientist, 1987. Member presidium Center International d'information sur les sources de l'histoire balcanique et mediterraneenne United Nations Educational, 1976-1991. Member Russian Academy Education, Academy of Sciences Poland (foreign), Union Local Historians (chairman since 1991).

Background

  • Schmidt, Sigurd Ottovich was born on April 15, 1922 in Moscow. Son of Otto Yulievich Schmidt and Margarita Emmanouilovna Golosovker.

  • Education

    • Graduate, Moscow State University, 1944. Candidate of History, University Moscow, 1949.

    Career

    • Chief editor History of Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1956-1960. Research fellow Institute Russian History, Moscow, since 1956. Professor The History-Archival Institute, since 1949.

      Chairman Archeographical Commission, 1968—2002, honorary chairman, since 2002.

    Works

    • Author: Stanovlenie Rossiiskogo Samoderjavstva, 1973, Rossiiskoe Gosudarstvo v Seredine XVI Veka, 1984, Kraevedenie i Documentalnii Pamyatniki, 1992, Local History and Document Monuments, 1992, At the Beginning of the Absolutism, 1996, Put'Istorika, 1997, Rossia Ivana Groznogo, 1999, Obshestrennoe samosoz-namie Rossiiskogo Blago-Rodnogo soslovia, 2002. Chief editor (encyclopedia) Archeographicheskii ejegodnik, Moscow, since 1968.

    Membership

    Member presidium Center International d'information sur les sources de l'histoire balcanique et mediterraneenne United Nations Educational, 1976-1991. Member Russian Academy Education, Academy of Sciences Poland (foreign), Union Local Historians (chairman since 1991).

    Connections

    • father: Otto Yulievich Schmidt
    • mother: Margarita Emmanouilovna Golosovker
    Sigurd Ottovich Schmidt
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    Born April 15, 1922
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    • 1944
      Moscow State University
    • 1949
      University Moscow
    • 1949
      professor, The History-Archival Institute
    • 1956 - 1960
      Chief editor History of Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics
    • 1956
      research fellow, Institute Russian History
      Moscow, Idaho, United States