Krichevskiĭ Boris Naumovich (1866-1919). Fond 263, 1877-1919.

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Krichevskīĭ, B. N. (Boris Naumovich), 1866-1919. 880-01 Krichevskiĭ Boris Naumovich (1866-1919). Fond 263, 1877-1919.

Krichevskiĭ Boris Naumovich (1866-1919). Fond 263, 1877-1919.

Annotat︠s︡ii︠a︡: Broshi︠u︡ry, statʹi, vystuplenii︠a︡ ob ėkonomicheskom i politicheskom polozhenii i rabochem dvizhenii v Rossii (1888-1917), o Velikoĭ frant︠s︡uzskoĭ revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ii i sot︠s︡ialisticheskom dvizhenii vo Frant︠s︡ii (1890-1910), o chartistskom dvizhenii v Anglii(1894-1906), o politicheskoĭ zhizni Germanii (1893-1905) i drugikh stran; rukopisʹ dissertat︠s︡ionnoĭ raboty Zhan-Zhak Russo i Sen-Zhi︠u︡st(1894); lekt︠s︡ii, prochitannye v Russkoĭ shkole sot︠s︡ialʹnykh nauk i v Russkoĭ volʹnoĭ sot︠s︡ialisticheskoĭ shkole v Parizhe po istorii rabochego dvizhenii︠a︡ ʹiʹ v. i filosofii (1906-1907), perevody proizvedeniĭ G. Ĭekka, K. Kautskogo, K. Marksa i dr.(1888-1904); zapisnai︠a︡ knizhka (1893-1898). Mandaty, udostoverenii︠a︡, vizitnye kartochki i dr. Fotografii.

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