Baron  Otton Ottonovich Richter ( him. Otto Theodor von Richter ; June 26, 1871 , Graz - went missing in 1920 ) - Russian rear admiral, member of the Tsushima battle and suppression of riots in the Baltic States in 1905 —1906 years. Hereditary nobleman of the Baltic region, the son of Otto Borisovich Richter .
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- 1888 - Entered service.
- 1891 - Graduated from the Naval Cadet Corps. In the list of the 14th graduation in terms of performance.
- September 14, 1891 - Michman . Enrolled in the Siberian navy crew.
- December 31, 1891 - Transferred to the Baltic Fleet.
- 1891-1893 - In voyage on the corvette " Vityaz " as a watch officer. In honor of Richter was named Cape  on the peninsula of Korea, with coordinates 39º53 's. Latitude 127º48'E. longitude
- 1893 - Upon arrival of the ship in Vladivostok enrolled in the Siberian navy crew.
- 1893-1896 - Junior Flag Officer of the Headquarters of the Chief of the United Squadron in the Pacific Ocean.
- October 30, 1895 - Lieutenant for distinguished service.
- 1896 - Transferred to the Baltic Fleet.
- 1896 - Participated in the coronation celebrations.
- 1897-1898 - In navigation in the Far East on the squadron battleship " Sisoy the Great ".
- October 17, 1898 - Dismissed for sick leave for 6 months.
- September 16, 1899 - At the end of the course, the Artillery Training Team (1st category) enrolled in 2nd level artillery officers.
- October 11, 1899 - Enrolled in the crew of the cruiser " Varyag ", built at the plant of Charles Crump in Philadelphia (USA), as a junior artillery officer.
- June 5, 1901 - Decreased to the hospital.
- November 9, 1901 - December 6, 1902 - I.d. senior artillery officer of the cruiser "Varyag".
- 1902 - After graduating from the Artillery officer class enrolled in the artillery officers of the 1st category.
- 1903 - Appointed to the operational department of the Main Naval Staff.
- May 17, 1904 - counted among the 19th naval crew. The commander of the destroyer " Bystry " as part of the 1st detachment of the destroyers of the 2nd Pacific Squadron.
- December 6, 1904 - the salary of the captain-lieutenant (according to article 9 of the Regulations on the sea requirement for fleet officers)
- May 14-15, 1905 - Participated in the Battle of Tsushima . Pursued by the enemy, threw the destroyer on the shore and blew it up, evacuating the team to the shore. Later, the crew was captured by the Japanese troops from the auxiliary cruiser Kasuga Maru.
- May 20, 1905 - Captain 2nd rank for distinction.
- 1905 - Distinguished in the suppression of unrest in the Baltic States as part of naval punitive battalions.
- March 17, 1906 - The Highest Review of the 1st Marine Battalion commanded by Captain 2nd Rank Richter. Nicholas II noted in his diary: “People had a magnificent and healthy appearance; They have just returned from their trip to Estland. a province where they stayed for three months. ”
- April 29, 1906 - Assigned to the Naval General Staff Administration.
- September 4, 1906 - Clerk of the Marine General Staff.
- April 9, 1907 - Commander of the squadron destroyer " Rider " 1st mine division.
- October 14, 1909 - Head of the 4th battalion of destroyers of the Baltic Sea.
- September 18, 1910 - Chief of Operations, Headquarters of the Chief of the operating fleet of the Baltic Sea.
- April 10, 1911 - Captain 1st rank for distinguished service
- May 30, 1911 - Chief of Operations, Headquarters of the Chief of the Marine Forces of the Baltic Sea.
- August 14, 1913 - I. d. Commander of the battleship "Glory".
- November 18, 1913 - Commander of the battleship " Glory ".
- June 23, 1915 - Head of the detachment of ships of the Abo-Oland skerry position of the Sea Fortress of the Emperor Peter the Great .
- November 12, 1915 - Rear Admiral "for excellent zealous service and special works caused by wartime circumstances."
- December 12, 1916 - Enrolled in the reserve of the ranks of the Marine Ministry.
- May 10, 1917 - Member of the Commission for the development of new uniforms for the officers of the fleet and the maritime department.
- August 10, 1917 - Dismissed from service.
- September 26, 1917 - Re-called into service.
- 1917-1919 - Was on a business trip to the United States for fleet affairs.
- March 18, 1919 - A worker at a shipyard in Vancouver .
- March 25, 1919 - Invited to serve in Omsk .
- May 30, 1919 - Enrolled in the lists of officials of the Marine Ministry of the All-Russian Government of Kolchak .
- June 1, 1919 - Decreased from Vladivostok to Omsk.
- June 10, 1919 - Attached to the GULISO Maritime Ministry.
- June 18, 1919 - Member of the Maritime Conference at the Maritime Ministry.
- July 26, 1919 - Chief of the sanitary-evacuation unit.
- November 1919 - Went down in one of the lettered trains from Omsk to Vladivostok. In Vladivostok has not arrived.
- Order of St. Vladimir IV degree (06/25/1901) - "For the selfless and humane act bordering on self-sacrifice in the discharge of his duty"
- Order of St. Stanislav III degree
- Order of St. Stanislav II degree (12/06/1906)
- Order of St. Anne, II degree with swords (01/08/1907)
- Order of St. Vladimir III degree (12/06/1914)
- Swords to the Order of St. Vladimir (10/19/1915)
- Medal "In Memory of the Reign of Emperor Alexander III" (1896)
- Medal "In memory of the coronation of Emperor Nicholas II" (1896)
- Light bronze medal in memory of the Russian-Japanese war of 1904-1905. (1906)
- Medal "In Memory of the 300th Anniversary of the Reign of the House of Romanov" (1913)
- Medal "In memory of the 200th anniversary of the sea battle at Gangut" (1915)
- Golden badge commemorating the end of the Marine Corps course (1910)
- Bukhara Order of the Golden Star of III degree (1896)
- Cavalier's Cross of the French Legion of Honor (1896)
- Officer's Cross of the Legion of Honor (1909)
- Chinese Order of the Double Dragon III degree II class (1902)
- Spouse: Baroness Natalia Nikolaevna von Richter, nee Baroness von Korf (October 14, 1864 - June 29, 1934, Riga). Marriage concluded May 26, 1903.
- Baronial dignity of the Russian Empire from March 13, 1908
- Currently, the Russian name on the cards is not mapped and replaced by the Korean - Sogidondan.