Vorovskiĭ, V. V. (Vat︠s︡lav Vat︠s︡lavovich), 1871-1923Alternative names
Full name: Vaclav Vaclavovič Vorovskij; born in Moscow 1871, died in Lausanne 1923; Soviet literary figure and diplomat; joined the Bolshevik faction of the Rossijskaja Social-Demokraticeskaja Rabočaja Partija (RSDRP) in 1903; appointed Bolshevik representative to the Scandinavian countries in 1917, and to Italy in 1921; took part in the International Economic Conference in Genoa in 1922; murdered in 1923 by Maurice Conradi, a Russian emigré of Swiss descent, during the conference of the USSR and the Western powers in Lausanne on the Turkish question.
From the description of Collection 1923. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81872213