Union of Russian People: Pavel Fedorovich Bulatsel The Monarchist

Pavel Fedorovich Bulatsel (June 29 [11 July] 1867, the estate Malaya Nikolayevka, Slavyanoserbsky county, province Ekaterinoslavskaya – 18 February 1919, Petrograd) – Russian nationalist lawyer, social activist and journalist. Active participant monarchist movement, one of the founders of the Union of Russian People, a member of its General Council. Shot by the Bolsheviks in Petrograd, February 18, 1919

He was born in the famous noble family, his grandfather was a colonel in the Life Guards Cavalry Regiment, his father – a district marshal of the nobility.

He graduated from the Imperial College of Law, worked as a barrister, engaged in scientific work. Collaborated with a number of newspapers (“The Light”, “Legal Newspaper”, “Russia”). Active participant monarchist movement, one of the founders of the Union of Russian People, a member of its Central Council (1905-1907). Member of the Russian Assembly (1904), a member of Russian Assembly (1908-1917). Editor of the central organ of the NRC – the newspaper “Russian Flag”.

In 1905, among other leaders of the NRF was adopted by the Emperor, to whom  he said:

“As daylight hates moles because autocracy hated enemy of Russia. It weakens them, and so annoying. They understand that it’s going to be there until autocracy, Russia hitherto do not fall apart! Do not believe the Emperor, who put forward Masons and who relies only on foreigners! Lean on the Russian people, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against Russian Tsar, surrounded by his people “

Being a well-known lawyer, was the main defender of the members chёrnosotennyh monarchist organizations in the courts. He was a member of the Union of Right Russian press, the chairman of the NRC Ekaterinoslavskogo, member of the Russian People’s Union named Michael the Archangel, a member of the All-Russian Society Philaret of public education.

In 1915 he founded the magazine “Russian citizen.”