Fedor Buler

Picture of Fedor Buler

Date of Birth: 04/15/1821

Age: 75

Place of birth: a. Manuilova

Citizenship: Russia


Buhler (Baron Fyodor) - Director of the Moscow main archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, born April 8, 1821 in the village of Yamburg Manuilova County. In 1841 he graduated in Law School, one time he served in the Senate: 1847 - 50 years spent abroad, when he joined the diplomatic service and took the place of the Secretary General Consulate in Bucharest. In 1853, with the opening of hostilities, Buhler was appointed Chief of Staff in Iasi temporary chairman of the Moldovan sofa graph KI Osten-Sacken; but soon the Russian troops were forced to clean Moldavia and Wallachia, and Buehler returned to Russia. Here he took the place of manager newspaper office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of willows for 17 years in succession was every day on behalf of the Prince AM Gorchakov, policy review for the Emperor Alexander II. With position control is connected to the newspaper office was the title of a member of the Main Directorate of censorship, where Buhler was entrusted with oversight of the political review in the thick journals. At the beginning of 1873, Buhler became director of the Moscow main archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which he made more accessible to researchers; when it is transferred to the archive of luxury accommodations in the city center. Since 1880, Buhler is an honorary trustee; In addition, he - an honorary member of the Academy of Sciences and a member of the Archaeological Commission. Buhler run in the literary field. In "Notes of the Fatherland" in 1843, he published a novel high-society "Nothing"; in 1845 he placed in the same journal seven articles of the Astrakhan region, and in 1850 - Article: "Lamaism and Shamanism". Consisting manager newspaper office, put sometimes an unsigned article in the Brussels newspaper "Le Nord" and at the same time began to make, mostly on familial securities, notes the historical content of the "Russian Archive", "Russian Antiquity" and other publications. These include: "Two episodes of the reign of Catherine II" ( "Russian Messenger", 1879, number 1, 2, 3, 9 and 10, 1871, number 1, 2, 3, 9, 10 and 12); "Assumptions of Prince Potemkin on Polish affairs, with handwritten notes of Catherine II" ( "Russian Archive", 1874, number 8); "Letters to the Duke Biron to his daughter" (ibid, 1871, number 11); "Portraits of Biron and his family" ( "Russian Antiquities", 1873,