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The writer’s father, Mikhail Andreevich Dostoevsky, was a military doctor. From 1821 he served in the Moscow hospital for the poor on Bozhedomka. The family lived at the hospital.
The convicts lived all together, without class distinctions. Shackles were worn all the time. In 1852 the Commandant of the Omsk fortress A. F. de Grafe attempted to transfer Dostoevsky and Durov into the class of “enlisted men” which would have made it possible to cast off their irons, but no “Monarchal permission for this representation followed”.
The prison was situated inside the Omsk fortress, and the convicts were taken through the town under escort to work (usually on the bank of the Irtysh River). They were also taken to the Resurrection War Church (the church was restored in 2016). Convicts of the nobility, including political prisoners, were received by A.F. de Grafe.
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