Makarkin Nikolai P.,
Doctor of Economics, Professor, President of Ogarev Mordovia State University, Head of the Interregional Research Center of Finno-Ugric Studies (Saransk, Russia), firstname.lastname@example.org
It briefly considers heroic path made by G. Mannerheim over a 30-year period of his service in the army of the Russian Empire. It reveals his friendship and family ties with members of the Arapovs family, including those who lived in Mordovia region.
Keywords: G. Mannerheim; Memorial plaque; representatives of the noble family the Arapovs; Narovchat; Voskresenskaya Lashma.
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