Brovtsyn Pavel Alekseevich


Russian naval officer, a representative of the hereditary marine family.

In 1893, he graduated from the Moropian Koppus. In the years 1894-1896, he served on the friday "Vladimir Monomekh".

In the years 1901-1902, he participated in the hydrographic studies of the Baltic Sea.

In the years 1902-1903 he was an assistant to the head of the Hydrographic Expedition Arctic ocean  on the steamer "Pahtusov" A.I. Varnek. From 1909, he promoted hydrographic studies on the Caspian Sea.

April 14, 1913 promoted to colonel hydrographic corps. For some time he was an assistant at the Railway Construction Works. After the revolution, he remained in the USSR.

In the years 1920-1928, he taught in the Navoi Hydrographic School and the Higher Warrior School named after M.V. Frynze.

On May 21, 1932, he was arrested and sentenced to 5 years in the Solovetsky Special Purpose Camp, where he apparently died.

Island in the bay Dolgaya Island Vaigach. Named in 1902, by the head of the hidrographic expedition Arctic ocean A.I. Varnek.


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