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His Grace
Roman Dmitrovich Mashkov,
1st Duke of Petrovgrad
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Namestnik Y.K.V.S. Velikiĭ Knyazʹ Ferdinand I, Styuard gosudarstva, i Zamestitelʹ Narodnogo
(Viceroy of HRNH Great Prince Ferdinand I, Steward of the State, and Deputy of the People)
Terms 2902 - 2916
2918 - 2922
Monarchs HRNH Great Prince Ferdinand I
HRNH Great Prince Maximilian I
Predecessor Inaugural Holder (1st - 5th Terms)
Rodion Ivanovich (6th & 7th Term)
Successor Sergey Minorov
Chairman of the Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Term 2901 - 2922
Predecessor Inaugural Holder
Successor Gerhardt Wulf
Personal Information
Date of Birth 28 April 2873, Trigunia
Date of Death 12 June 2922, Trigunia
Spouse Katerina Y. Mashkova
Father Dmitrii Nikolayovich Mashkov
Mother Gennadiya Yuryevna Mashkova
Alma Mater City University of Petrovgrad
Political Information
Political Party Molodaya Gvardiya Partiya
Titles Held
  • Duke of Petrovgrad (2905 - 2922)
  • Viceroy of Trigunia (2902 - 2916 & 2918 - 2922)

His Grace Roman Dmitrovich Mashkov, 1st Duke of Petrovgrad, NSZ, TVKS, VP, NTP, (b. 2873 - d. 2922, Age-49) was a Trigunian businessman and politican. He was instrumental in the creation of the Young Guard Party, the reestablishment of the monarchy, and, as newly elected Viceroy, oversaw the implementation of the Mashkov Reforms that fundamentally changed the economy of Trigunia. Likewise, he aided in the recreation of the Trigunian nobility, especially after he was awarded a hereditary position as Duke of Petrovgrad.

Mashkov, his wife Katerina, and members of the Shadow Government were killed in a car accident on 12 June 2922. His son, Vasya Mashkov, took over for him as head of the Young Guard Party and as Duke of Petrovgrad.

Early Life[]

- attended elite private school

- built a technology firm, which grew to encompass all nearly all technology firms in Trigunia

Igl Krest (Eagle Crest), official home of the Viceroy of Trigunia.

Political Life[]

- aided in founding the MGP

- was chosen to represent the party and the Great Prince as Viceroy

- chosen because he was a moderate, consensus builder, and generally likeable

- underneath exterior, he was cold and calculating

Early Political Career[]

Viceroy & National Leader[]

- oversaw restoration of Monarchy and major capitalist & conservative reforms; referred to as the "Mashkov Reforms" although he did little but oversee their implementation

- these reforms were challenged by the Communist Party in 2910

- won first really contested election against the Communist Party in February 2913

- granted title of Duchy of Petrovgrad & position in Privy Council of the Great Prince; represents Trigunia in the Grand Council of all the positions held in personal union with the Emperor of Hulstria

- championed the great "Volkonsky Reforms" to Latinize the Trigunian language; caught a lot of grief from more traditional-minded Trigunians; esp. the "Deltarian Faction"

The "Volkonsky Reforms"[]

- many complaints foreign business clients, especially Hulstrians firms, had voiced the difficulty of effectively translating their data from one language to another, let alone the differing alphabets; the Ministry of Trade and Industry cited this problem as forcing foreign nations to look elsewhere for their data processing and technology needs; Minister Vasili Y. Domostroy state in a press conference that it was "estimated that possibly upwards of 14 billion rabols is lost" because of this problem

- facing this problem, and their future prospects for Trigunia, starting in 2905, the government passed the Official Latinization of the Language, Educational & Budget Act which officially changed the old Tokundian alphabet used in the Rodshya language to those of Latin letters used in nearly all other languages on Terra; the government cited the need to modernize the language in the nation's quest to become a "high- and information technology, science and biotechnology superpower" or simply a "knowledge economy"

- still faced many protests over the change; many traditionalists still use the old alphabet and continue to publish in it; in order to ease their apprehension, the government also sponsored in the bill the creation of good archives to maintain the old and offers classes in the old language for higher education students to take free of cost, not surprisingly, most of the takers of these courses are history or humanities students who wish to better understand the past through the reading of the actual primary documents

- since the Reforms officially made the entire country illiterate overnight, the government funneled billions of rabols in order to train educators and fund classes to teach all adult Trigunian nationals to read and write with the new alphabet absolutely free of charge; even with heavily-subsidized childcare and transportation costs in most areas

- this movement came to known as Operatsiya Vpered! (Operation Forward!); although they came to be known as the Volkonsky Reforms (Reformy Volkonsky) after Education and Culture Minister Andrei Ivanovich Volkonsky, the driver of the reforms

The Mashkov Reforms[]


Mashkov with his wife Katerina.

Personal Life[]

Political Views[]

- firmly believed in democracy; believed that the reestablishment of the monarchy would promote stability and ease transition from communism to capitalism

- unapologetically capitalist and conservative


Death and Legacy[]

- died in June 2922 in an automobile accident along with his wife, Internal Affairs Minister Vasili Yuryevich Domostroy and the driver Yuri Chkalov.

- car blew a tire and skidded during rainstorm into oncoming traffic; Chkalov swerved, exited road, the car somersaulted into the ditch, landing upside down; the top of the car was crushed

- the funerals were all closed-casket

- left behind his children, son Vasya took over as Duke

- Young Guard Party was thrown into anarchy and was to possibly disband, in tandem with poor showings in the elections.


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Geography GeographyKerisChadoniaItäsaariTirgith IslandGreat Bear IslandYuralovo Mountains
Administrative divisions of Trigunia
Politics Government of TriguniaState DumaCouncil of Ministers (Trigunia)President of Trigunian People's RepublicLeader of the CommonwealthPremier of TriguniaViceroy of TriguniaMinister-President of the Federative Republic of Trigunia
Parties: Social and Liberal Democratic PartyTrigunian Libertarian PartyTrigunian Unionist PartyHulstro-Trigunian Crown AllianceTrigunian Purist MovementLiberal Democratic Party(Trigunia)Juche PartiaYoung Guard PartyCommunist Party of Trigunia
People Monarchs of TriguniaEmperor of Trigunia
Monarchs: House of Kommenus
House of Rothingren-TraugottGenrih IGenrih IIFranchesko IAleksandr IIGodrik INikolai Gustav IMaksimilian IFerdinand IRenʹe ILyeopolʹd IGodrik IIGenrih IIIAleksandr IIIFranchesko IIFrídrikh IIKarl I
House of DoroshenkoPetrovič IPavlo I
Čestiborovská Dynastia
House of LahtiWerhner I
House of RomanovKirill IVladimir IIAleksandra INikolay IGrand Duchess MariaGrand Duke AlekseyGrand Duke Vladimir
Viceroys: House of MashkovR.D. MashkovVasya MashkovHanna MashkovaAndrey MashkovPavel MashkovMikhail MashkovYevgeni MashkovAnastasiya MashkovaVira LukyanenkoNataliya Aksyonova
People: Vladimir LeonidVladimir ZyganovAnton OrlykMikhail MaskhadovWolfgang J. LichtenburgWalter LüthKarl von StauffengartDaniil LosevLinus LaatikaninenMikko LahtinenMatvei, Count of LenskRoman Mashkov, 4th Duke of PetrovgradLeonid PankovValerian YugovSergei PetrovAbram OshurkovBaron of RespvosVladimir IlyanovKirill AlekseevBalthazar I, Prince of TirgithAlexander, Prince of TirgithAlexei RomanovichGrigori VikhrovNikita GrushaMstislav IVNikolay Mashkov

Demographics Ethnic Groups: TrigunianHulstrianKozaksSullestiansTirgitians
Religion: HosianismTerran Patriarchal ChurchConfessional ChurchSiedismNeo-Pagan
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