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Aleksander Miller

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Aleksander Miller

Aleksander (Aleksandr Aleksandrowicz) Miller (Müller) (1862, Saint Petersburg – 1923, Baden-Baden) was the President of Warsaw.

Graduate of St. Petersburg University. Owned and managed estate near Ariogala, being a neighbour and friend of Pyotr Stolypin. From 1902 to 1909 he was elected Marshal of Nobility of the Kovno Governorate.

Miller was President of Warsaw from 1909 to 1915, when the city was occupied by the German army during the World War I.

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