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Description Eduard de Stoeckl|. "Baron" de Stoeckl.
Date between 1855 and 1865
date QS:P,+1850-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P1319,+1855-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1326,+1865-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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Deutsch: Eduard Andrejewitsch Stoeckl ( russisch ; * 1804; † 26. Januar 1882 in Paris) war ein russischer Diplomat. Als russischer Botschafter in Amerika verkaufte er das heutige Alaska an die Vereinigten Staaten (Alaska Purchase). Seine Eltern waren der österreichische Diplomat Andreas von Stoeckl (Botschafter in Istanbul) und Maria Pisani, die Tochter von Nicolas Pisani, einem russischen Dragoman in Istanbul. Gelegentlich trat er mit dem gefälschten Titel Baron auf.
English: Eduard Andreevich Stoeckl () ( 18041892) was a Russian diplomat best known today for having negotiated the American purchase of Alaska on behalf of the Russian government. He was son of Andreas von Stoeckl, Austrian diplomat in Istanbul, and Maria Pisani, daughter of Nicolas Pisani, Russian dragoman in Istanbul. He died in Paris on the 26th of january 1892. He occasionally used the bogus title of Baron.
Français : Le baron Edouard Andreevich de Stoeckl (Эдуард Андреевич Стекль) ( 18041892) diplomate russe connu aujourd'hui pour avoir négocié la vente de l'Alaska au nom du gouvernement de la Russie. Il était le fils d'Andreas von Stoeckl, diplomate autrichien à Istanbul, et de Maria Pisani, fille de Nicolas Pisani, drogman de Russie à Istanbul. Il est décédé à Paris le 26 janvier 1892. Il portait occasionnellement le titre de baron.
Русский: Барон Эдуард Андреевич Стекль, немецкое написание фамилии Stoeckl или Stoeckle ( 1804, Стамбул — 26 января 1892, Париж) — русский дипломат. Известен переговорами с правительством США по поручению Александра II, которые завершились продажей Аляски.

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