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Alfred Eduardovich Livoskin (Russian: Альфред Эдуардович Ливоскин, Al'fred Eduardovich Livoskin) was a British-Russian marshal of the Imperial Russian Army and the first commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of the United Subjects of Romanova.
Livoskin was born on 4 November 1887 to Baron Edward Ivor Gracie Livoskin, 3rd Baron Livoskin and his wife Victoria in their mansion in the village of Wednesbury-upon-Kangerlussuaq in northern British Greenland. As a member of the influential Gracie clan, Alfred was groomed right from birth to become a soldier and a statesman. He was educated in Harrow School and United Services College, Devon.