Kerensky, Aleksandr Fyodorovich, 1881-1970

Alternative names
Dates:
Birth 1881-05-04
Death 1970-06-11
Gender:
Male
Russians
Russian, English

Biographical notes:

Full biographical histories of the individual members of the Kerensky family represented in this collection are included in the full catalogue at sub-fonds level: Alexander Kerensky (1881-1970) ; Olga Kerensky (1883-1975) ; their sons, Oleg Kerensky (1905-1984), civil engineer ; Gleb Kerensky (1907-1990), engineer ; and grandson, Oleg Kerensky (1930-1993), ballet critic .

From the guide to the Kerensky Family Papers, [Late 19th century]-1991, (University of Birmingham, Cadbury Research Library: Special Collections)

Kerensky came to the U.S. in 1940; he settled in New York City, but spent much time at the Hoover Institute on War, Revolution and Peace, at Stanford University, California, where he also taught graduate courses.

From the description of Correspondence to Alma Mahler, 1961. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155863637

Premier, Russian Provisional Government, 1917.

From the description of Aleksandr Fyodorovich Kerensky miscellaneous papers, 1945-1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869900

Russian socialist and head of Provisional Government in 1917, left Russia in 1918.

From the description of [Pisʹmo A.F. Kerenskogo], Jan. 28, 1944. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122576371

Kerenskiĭ, a Russian socialist and head of government in 1917, left Russia in 1918.

Konovalov, a Russian financier, minister of Trade amd Industry during the first two cabinets of the Provisional Government, was Kerenskiĭ's deputy in the last coaolition government. He left Russian in 1918. Died in New York City.

From the description of [Russko-polʹskiĭ spor o granit︠s︡akh, pismo v redakt︠s︡ii︠u︡, Jan. 12, 1944. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122314312

Biographical Note

  • 1881: Born, Simbirsk, Russia
  • 1904: Called to the St. Petersburg bar
  • 1912 - 1917 : Member, 4th State Duma
  • 1917 March: Minister of Justice in the provisional government under Prince G. E. Lvov
  • 1917 May: Minister of War and Navy
  • 1917 July: Prime Minister
  • 1917 November: Fled St. Petersburg
  • 1919: Author, The Prelude to Bolchevism: The Kornilov RebellionAuthor, Soviet Russia in the Autumn of 1919
  • 1927: Author, The Catastrophe
  • 1934: Author, The Crucifixion of Liberty
  • 1940: Settled in the United States
  • 1965: Author, Russia and History's Turning Point
  • 1970 June 11: Died

From the guide to the Aleksandr Fyodorovich Kerensky miscellaneous papers, 1945-1965, (Hoover Institution Archives)

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Subjects:

  • Russian history--20th century
  • Art--20th century
  • Russian Revolution (1917)
  • Russians--20th century
  • Engineering--20th century

Occupations:

  • Statesmen--Russia

Places:

  • Russia (as recorded)
  • Soviet Union. (as recorded)
  • Foreign countries (as recorded)
  • Soviet Union (as recorded)
  • Soviet Union (as recorded)
  • Poland (as recorded)
  • Soviet Union (as recorded)
  • Poland (as recorded)
  • Russia. (as recorded)
  • Soviet Union (as recorded)