Fulfilled: Rudentsova Nastya
Kutuzov (Golenishchev-Kutuzov) Mikhail Kutuzov (1745-1813), Russian military leader and diplomat.
Born on September 16, 1745 in St. Petersburg in the family of Lieutenant-General from an old noble family. He graduated from the artillery school in St. Petersburg (1759) and became the commander of the Astrakhan infantry regiment (1761). From 1762 he served as adjutant of the Governor-General of revel (now Tallinn); participated in military actions in Poland in 1764-1765, participated in the Russo-Turkish war of 1768-1774 g
In 1774, near Alushta Kutuzov received a bullet wound in the head and lost his right eye. In 1805 Kutuzov took command of the troops operating in Austria against Napoleon 1, and in 1811 he took command of the Moldavian army. During the Patriotic war of 1812 (August 20, 1812 Kutuzov became commander in chief of the Russian army, and after the expulsion of Napoleon, he received the order of St. George 1st degree, and the title of Prince of Smolensk. Opposed the persecution of Napoleon in Europe, but was appointed commander of the combined Russian and Prussian armies Before the campaign got sick.
Died April 28, 1813 in Bunzlau (now Boleslawiec, Poland)