Gregory Potemkin
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Prince Grigory Aleksandrovich Potemkin-Tavricheski (Russian: Григо́рий Алекса́ндрович Потёмкин-Таври́ческий, r Grigoriy Aleksandrovich Potyomkin-Tavricheskiy; October 11 [O.S. September 30] 1739 – October 16 [O.S. October 5] 1791,) was a Russian military leader, statesman, nobleman and favorite of Catherine the Great. He died during negotiations over the Treaty of Jassy, which ended a war with the Ottoman Empire that he had overseen.
Potemkin was born into a family of middle-income noble landowners. He first attracted Catherine's favor for helping in her 1762 coup, then distinguished himself as a military commander in the Russo-Turkish War (1768–1774). He became Catherine's lover, favorite and possibly her consort. After their passion cooled, he remained her lifelong friend and favored statesman. Catherine obtained for him the title of Prince of the Holy Roman Empire and gave him the title of Prince of the Russian Empire among many others: he was both a Grand Admiral and the head of all of Russia's land and irregular forces. Potemkin's defining achievements include the peaceful annexation of the Crimea (1783) and the successful second Russo-Turkish War (1787–1792). The fall of Ottoman stronghold Izmail that he orchestrated prompted Gavrila Derzhavin and Osip Kozlovsky to write Russia's first national anthem, "Let the thunder of victory sound!".
In 1774, Potemkin became the governor-general of Russia's new southern provinces. An absolute ruler, he worked to colonize the wild steppes, controversially dealing firmly with the Cossacks who lived there. He founded the towns of Kherson, Nikolayev, Sevastopol, and Yekaterinoslav (now Dnipropetrovsk). Ports in the region became bases for his new Black Sea Fleet. His rule in the south is associated with the "Potemkin village", a largely fictional method of ruse involving the construction of painted façades to mimic real villages, full of happy, well-fed people, for visiting officials to see. Potemkin was known for his love of women, gambling and material wealth; he oversaw the construction of many historically significant buildings, including the Tauride Palace in St. Petersburg. A century after Potemkin's death, his name was given to the Battleship Potemkin, which featured in the 1905 Russian Revolution and was fictionalized in The Battleship Potemkin by Sergey Eisenstein.

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Biography Early life . A descendant of Muscovite diplomat Pyotr Potemkin, Grigory was born in the village of Chizhovo near Smolensk into a family of …
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Origin . Gregory Potemkin was a favorite and lover of the Russian queen Catherine II. After Russian conquest of modern Southern Ukraine and Crimea from the Ottoman ...
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Transliteration Grigorij Aleksandrovič Potëmkin, deutsch auch Gregor Alexandrowitsch Potemkin; * 13. September/ 24. September 1739 in Tschischowo bei ...
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11 Feb 2009 ... By the time Catherine the Great (1729-1796) met Grigori Potemkin in 1772, ... than ever Gregory Orlov received, Potemkin was not satisfied.
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Gregory Potemkin – History of Russia
Catherine the Great was Empress of Russia between 9 July 1762 and November 17, 1796. She seized power from her husband, Peter III, in a coup d'etat and, ...
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In 1776 Catherine helped Orlov to marry his first cousin, a marriage not normally permitted by the church. 1774: Gregory Potemkin Potemkin was born in 1739.
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Heritage History: Gregory Potemkin
Short Biography. Leading Minister of Catherine the Great. Influenced by ' enlightenment' ideas. Famous for building 'Potemkin villages.' along the Dneiper river.
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Transliteration Grigorij Aleksandrovič Potëmkin, deutsch auch Gregor ... Oktober 1791 bei Jassy, beerdigt in der St. Jekaterinen-Kirche in Cherson) war ... studierte anfangs an der Universität Moskau, trat aber dann in die russische Armee ein.
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Having graduated from the University school, Potemkin became one of the first students to enroll at the University itself. Talented in both Greek and theology, he  ...
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Catherine The Great: The story of the impoverished German ...
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Robert K. Massie, 2012
The outstandingfigureofCatherine's reign, otherthanCatherine herself, was Gregory Potemkin. For seventeen years, from 1774 to 1791, he was the most powerful man in Russia. No one else during her life was closer to Catherine; he was her ...
Eighteenth-century Russian Music
Eighteenth-century Russian Music
Marina Ritzarev, 2006
One of these was Prince Gregory Potemkin, with whom the composer was to remain associated for the next six years, until the Prince's death in 1791. Potemkin's first commissions for Sarti were two oratorios with Russian texts (from the ...
Ukraine: A History
Ukraine: A History
Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Orest Subtelny, 2002
Count Panin and Prince Prozorovski registered themselves as Zaporogians; and one of their greatest enthusiasts was Catherine's new favourite, Gregory Potemkin, the future 'splendid Prince of Tauris'. He also had his name put down on the ...
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Robert K. Massie, 2013
59. Catherine. and. Potemkin: Passion. The outstanding figureofCatherine's reign ,other thanCatherineherself, was Gregory Potemkin. For seventeen years, from 1774 to 1791, he was the most powerful man in Russia. No one else during her ...
Lessing Yearbook XVIII
Lessing Yearbook XVIII
Richard E. Schade, 1986
Gregory Potemkin was another of Catherine's real-life heroes. When he died in 1791, her secretary recorded her grief. We read the following: "How can anybody replace Potemkin for me? He was a genuine nobleman and smart. He never sold  ...
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