Bobinsky, Stanislav Yanovich

Stanislav Janovich Bobinsky (Polish: Stanisław Feliks Bobiński, November 20, 1882, Warsaw - September 20, 1937, Moscow) - Polish Communist, employee of the Comintern.
Biography
Born in Warsaw in a noble family. He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and the Dresden Forest Academy. Member of SDKPiL since 1905. In 1915 he moved to Moscow, after the February Revolution he took an active part in the activities of the Bolshevik Party. Member of the Moscow Council, delegate of the VI Congress of the RSDLP (b), member of the editorial board of the newspaper Trybuna Stanislav Bobinsky was elected to the Constituent Assembly from the Smolensk and Minsk districts, participated in the meeting on January 5. He represented the SDKPiL at the peace talks in Brest-Litovsk. During the Soviet-Polish war of 1920-1921. became a member of the Provisional Revolutionary Committee of Poland, headed by Markhlevsky. In Soviet times, he worked through the Comintern. Arrested in June 1937, sentenced by the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the SSR to execution. Rehabilitated in 1955.
Literature
Protasov L. G. People of the Constituent Assembly. Portrait in the interior of the era. Moscow, 2008. ISBN 978-5-8243-0972-0


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