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Aleksei Mikhailovich Abaza
Born 1853
Died 1915
Nationality Russian
Occupation Military Officer
Known for Royal Dignitary, Rear Admiral 1903[1]

Aleksei Mikhailovich Abaza was a Royal Dignitary of Russia and served as a Rear Admiral in 1903. He was one of the leading committee members which governed foreign affairs with an emphasis on Far Eastern issues.[2]

Abaza was part of the Bezobrazov group, along with his cousin Aleksandr Mikhailovich Bezobrazov,[3] Secretary of State, and Admiral Evegeni Alexseev, and their policies that contributed predominantly to the Russo-Japanese War,[4] after which the committee was abandoned and Abaza became a Royal Naval officer.


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