Krasin, L. B. (Leonid Borisovich), 1870-1926

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Full name: Leonid Borisovič Krasin; born in Kurgan, Russia 1870, died in London 1926; Soviet diplomat; social democrat from 1890; elected member of the Bolshevik Central Committee in 1905; took part in the Brest Litovsk peace negotiations in 1918; appointed Commissar for Trade and for Transport in 1919; established diplomatic and trade relations with Western Europe and attended international economical conferences; in 1924 appointed as Soviet Ambassador to France, in 1925 to Great Britain.

From the description of Archives (1887-) 1917-1926. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79980530

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creatorOf Krasin, L. B. (Leonid Borisovich), 1870-1926. 880-01 Krasin Leonid Borisovich (1870-1926). Fond 137, 1882-1927. Rosarchiv, Federal Archive SVS of Russia
referencedIn Papers, 1912-1970 (inclusive), 1912-1954 (bulk). Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University.
creatorOf Krasin, Leonid Borisovič. Archives (1887-) 1917-1926.
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Death 1926-11-24

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