Grigorii Aleksinskii papers, 1895-1913.
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Vysshaia sotsial-demokraticheskaia propagandistsko-agitatorskaia shkola dlia rabochikh (2nd : 1910-1911 : Bologna, Italy).
Vysshaia sotsial-demokraticheskaia propagandistsko-agitatorskaia shkola dlia rabochikh (1st : 1909 : Capri, Italy).
Biographical/Historical Note Russian revolutionary leader; premier of Russia, 1917-1924. From the guide to the Vladimir Il'ich Lenin miscellaneous speeches and writings, 1903-1940, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...
Vitte was a Russian statesman. From the description of S. I︠U︡. Vitte autograph album, 1723-1889. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 81729909 From the guide to the S. I. U. (Sergei IUl'evich) Vitte autograph album, 1723-1889., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) ...
Russian journalist, historian, and politician; minister of foreign afairs in the Baron Petr Vrangel' government, 1919-1921. From the description of Petr Berngardovich Struve papers, 1890-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122510973 Biographical Note 1870 Born, Perm, Russia 1894 G...
Aleksinskii (1879-1967) was an author, a pre-revolutionary Russian Social Democrat, an Otzovist after the 1905 revolution, and a one-time member of the 2nd Duma of 1907 from Petrograd. During the 1917 revolution, he joined Plekhanov's Yedinstvo Group, and after July, was a counter-revolutionary opposing the Bolsheviks. He was also an author of forgeries against Lenin. In April 1918 he emigrated to France and joined the counter-revolutionary organization of General Wrangel. ...