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Hisrorical Character

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Activity 1: Creating Your Character- Character Profile TOP SECRET: CONFIDENTAL INFORMATION April 12, 1903 NATURE OF CASE: Surveillance of Mikhail Vladimir Raskolnikovas ordered by the Russian Government. The document was a request by the Tsar's advisors and is only meant to be read by those approved by the Tsar. If the secrecy of this document was to be compromised violators and personal will be EXECUTED at sight. This is document was written by delegates from the Executive Committee of the Okhrana. The following profile deals with a potential recruitment for the betterment of the Russian Government. However, the entirety of the individual is unknown and his views and actions can be seen as a prominent threat. As requested by the Tsar the Okhrana, who always stands to serve and protect the will of the noble Tsar, have identified and are now surveilling Mikhail Vladimir Raskolnikovas. Mikhail Vladimir Raskolnikovas can be seen as a potential asset, if approached attentively, to the Okhrana or the Russian Government. Currently at an unknown and secret naval base in Archangel, he had proven to be an undermining and overachieving individual on and off the battlefield. ...read more.

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Therefore, it is essential to keep him under constant surveillance to understand his ideology and his nature. Mikhail Vladimir Raskolnikovas has proven to the Okhrana to be a profitable as well as a over-achieving solider during his time at the naval base. Even though Raskolnikovas has had a convoluted and difficult past his tactical skills as well as his leadership reflect his efforts and determination. We have recently learned, upon contacting personal at the naval base that Raskolnikovas' skills on the battlefield, his leadership as well as his ability to make quick and decisive decisions surpass all soldiers. During his time at the naval base Raskolnikovas outwitted all his generals and some way or another forged a battle plan to attack Berlin, German. He is reported to have unforeseen outbursts of rage where he once single handily took on the 50 soldiers in training. To the Okhrana's as well as the Tsar's highest regard is to recruit soldiers who exhibit determination as well as incomparable attributes for membership. Even though it is still early to fully trust the motives of Raskolnikovas he has proven to be a valuable member to the Okhrana as well as the military. ...read more.

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Raskolnikovas was reported to be a supporter of the Social Democratic Labour Party. The Raskolnikovases originated from western Russia especially from the Ukraine area. His family was known to be form the peasant even though there were some individuals who were kulaks. Raskolnikovas' father disliked the life of a peasant and moved to Petrograd to being a new life and to establish new roots. In Petrograd Nikolai Raskolnikovas was associated with intelligentsias and affiliated himself with key individuals such as Stalin. Mikhail Raskolnikovas, loyal to his bloodline, hopes for a better life for the peasants to be made by the Marxists. Raskolnikovas is not affiliated with religion; however he is said to believe some aspects of Christianity but does not adopt its teachings. He believes that there is a greater good and that is just another module who must serve his purpose. As it can be seen, Mikhail Vladimir Raskolnikovas is a person of excessive attitude and skill. In the hands of the Okhrana and the Russian Government he will be a prominent factor for the country as well as the Tsar. This profile, to the Tsar and the Okhrana's Executive Committee identifies Mikhail Vladimir Raskolnikovas with a standardized assessment for recruitment. ?? ?? ?? ?? Prashanth Rasanayagam ...read more.

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