Register of the Grigorii Nikolaevich Trubetskoi Papers

Eric Lohr, Assistant Professor of History, American University, Washington D.C.; additions by Hoover Institution Archives staff
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Register of the Grigorii Nikolaevich Trubetskoi Papers

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

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Processed by:
Eric Lohr, Assistant Professor of History, American University, Washington D.C.
Date Completed:
2005 August
Encoded by:
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Register of the Grigorii Nikolaevich Trubetskoi papers
Dates: 1886-1989
Bulk Dates: 1914-1929
Collection number: 2006C49
Creator: Trubetskoi, Grigorii N. (Grigorii Nikolaevich), kniaz, 1873-1930
Collection Size: Collection Size: 3.52 GB in 1 manuscript box 0.4 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to Russian foreign policy, the Russian Civil War, the Russian Orthodox Church, and Russian emigre affairs.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: Russian and French.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], delo [number], Grigorii Nikolaevich Trubetskoi papers, Hoover Institution Archives, accessed [date] at [URL].
When citing from the archive, please be aware that the folio numbers ( listy) in the PDF files and in the paper photocopy version may differ from those on the original documents, which are to be assembled and numbered by archivists at the two archives where they are deposited. Thus, it is important that the researcher clearly indicate the version being cited. To standardize citations, it may help to also cite the number written in pencil in the upper right corner of each document.
The dissertation of Sophie Schmitz is the most extensive and valuable piece of scholarship on the career of G. N. Trubetskoi to date. She has generously granted permission to publish it in this collection for the first time (d. 103). When citing it, please include the full dissertation reference: (Sophie Schmitz, "Grigori N. Trubetzkoy: Politik und Völkerrecht, 1873-1930," Ph.D. dissertation, University of Vienna, 1971), followed by the delo number, collection title, repository name, URL and date accessed.
Citations from these sources are allowed, and welcomed. I would very much like to hear about any research done with these materials (elohr@american.edu). I will pass on the information to the Trubetskoi family, and to the archive of the OCA. I will also be glad to share any additional information that emerges about Grigorii Nikolaevich Trubetskoi and inform scholars of work that has been published or is in progress using his papers.

Acquisition Information

Selected scanned PDF files on CD-Rs were deposited at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University in 2005-2006. Please note that not all the documents were scanned and offered to the Hoover Institution. Dela (files) 23, 35, 64, 65, 83, 90, 91, 92, 93, 98, 101, and 102 were not received by the Hoover Institution.

Alternative Forms of Material Available

The original documents in dela (files) 1-83 are held by the State Archive of the Russian Federation ( Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Rossiskoi Federatsii, GARF) in Moscow. The remaining dela (files) (84-102) are held by the Archives of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) in Syosset, New York ( http://www.oca.org/DOdept.asp?SID=5&LID=7 ).

Custodial History

The papers of G. N. Trubetskoi were in the possession of his son, Sergei Grigorievich Troubetzkoy (1906-2003) until he deposited them at the archive of the Orthodox Church of America in Syosset, New York in the 1980s. Sergei Grigorievich added a few files to the collection in the decades after the death of Grigorii Nikolaevich in 1930, but nearly all the files are original materials from Grigorii Nikolaevich. In some of the files Sergei Grigorievich added some explanatory notes in his own hand.
Shortly before his death in 2003, Sergei Grigorievich requested that the papers be donated to a Russian archive in order to make them available to Russian researchers. The original documents in files 1-83 were donated to the State Archive of the Russian Federation ( Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Rossiskoi Federatsii, GARF) in Moscow in October 2005. The remaining files (84-102) are held in the Archives of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) in Syosset, NY ( http://www.oca.org/DOdept.asp?SID=5&LID=7  ). The children of Sergei Grigorievich-- Mary Troubetzkoy, Alexis Troubetzkoy, and Elizabeth Saika-Voivod--generously facilitated the transfer.* The OCA archive in Syosset (where Sergei Grigorievich and Mary Troubetzkoy worked for many years) was also extremely cooperative and helpful throughout the entire process. The typed copy of G. N. Trubetskoi's memoir (d. 104) was discovered in the papers of Alexander Schmemann in 2005 and made available for this collection by his wife Julianna Schmemann. All hope that this project will make these materials available to more researchers.
In 2004, with crucial financial and logistical support from American University, and the enthusiastic work of my research assistant Yuliya Iskhakova, we prepared the opis' and introduction that follows, and photocopied and scanned the entire archive.** The single set of paper photocopies that resulted will be held at a location to be determined.

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*I would like to thank the Trubetskoi family for helping to make possible what I hope will become an increasingly common practice in the storage of historical materials. By allowing the reproduction of the G. N. Trubetskoi archive and its wide distribution, they have greatly reduced the cost and barriers to the use of these valuable materials.

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**Several whole newspapers and journals in several of the files were not copied. The dates and titles are listed in the inventory, and the file or items not copied are marked as such.
Addendum to Custodial History
Prepared by Hoover Institution Archives staff, June 2006
Selected scanned PDF files on CD-Rs were deposited at the Hoover Institution in 2005-2006. These PDF files total about 4.70 GB in size. Please note that not all the documents were scanned by Eric Lohr and offered to the Hoover Institution. Dela (files) 23, 35, 64, 65, 83, 90, 91, 92, 93, 98, 101, and 102 were not received by the Hoover Institution. In addition, delo (file) 16 is an empty folder and thus was not scanned. Finally, a few files received by the Hoover could not be posted on the Internet out of concern that this might violate copyright law. These are dela (files) 6, 56, and 84. These three PDF files are available in the Hoover Archives reading room.
The Hoover Institution offers the PDF files on the Internet for any interested researcher via the Online Archive of California. Adobe Acrobat 6.0 or later is needed to view the files. The original PDF files were as large as 271,000 KB. Staff at the Hoover Institution split these large files into smaller segments and applied compression to create files that would download more quickly; the total size of the compressed files available online is 3.52 GB. Even so, many of the files are larger than the ideal for modem downloads; file sizes range from 366 KB to 10,675 KB, although most are in the 4,000 KB to 6,000 KB range. The "View pages [numbers]" references in the container list refer to the page numbers of the PDF files, which can be different from the page numbers written on the actual documents.
Please note that the quality and legibility of the scanned files held by the Hoover Institution varies. The Hoover Institution has no control over image quality and does not possess higher quality "master" images. Among the problems with the scanned documents received by the Hoover Institution are pages apparently missing or not in sequence, text that is too light to easily read, bleed-through and overly dark images that make text difficult to read, and text that is cut off and lost. The Hoover Institution was not consulted during the scanning process and was unable to review the scanned images for quality prior to receiving the material; rather, it accepted the scanned documents and related finding aid "as is." Because the PDF files are the only version of the Trubetskoi papers housed at the Hoover Institution, problems with illegible scanned documents must be resolved by consulting the original materials housed at the OCA and GARF. The Hoover Institution is unable to provide assistance to researchers who are unable to read any of the scanned documents, or who have other issues with the quality or content of the digital collection.

Processing Information

The old numbering that appears in brackets in the container list after each delo (file) are the original markings on the files, most of which were previously stored at the archive of the Orthodox Church of America in Syosset, New York. Among the abbreviations used in the brackets are a "b" for "box" and "f" for "folio." I have renumbered the files, imposing a simple numbering of files with the "d" for delo (file).

Biographical Note

Grigorii Nikolaevich Trubetskoi was born in 1873 to one of Russia's oldest noble families, a family which traces its princely title to the twelfth century Grand Prince of Lithuania Gediminas. Grigorii had nine sisters and was the youngest of four renowned brothers. The eldest, Piotr Nikolaevich, was Marshal of the Nobility in Moscow. Sergei Nikolaevich was the rector of Moscow University, a prominent philosopher, and a popular professor. His funeral spurred large student demonstrations and proved to be an important event in the 1905 revolution. Evgenii Nikolaevich was also one of Russia's leading philosophers, a professor at Moscow University, and the editor of Moskovskii ezhenedel'nik, an important liberal weekly journal that published broadly on foreign affairs and other topics from 1906 to 1911.
Grigorii studied in the department of history and philology and in 1896 he defended his master's thesis on Russian domestic situation on the eve of the emancipation of the serfs in 1861. He began his diplomatic career with a posting in Constantinople, where he served for nearly ten years. In 1901, he was promoted to the post of first secretary of the embassy in Constantinople. In 1906, Trubetskoi left his career to pursue publicistic and scholarly work, dedicating himself to work for "a free liberal Russia," and commenting extensively on Russian foreign policy. He contributed 53 articles to the liberal journal Moskovskii ezhenedel'nik between 1906 and 1911 and wrote an influential long article for the collection Velikaia Rossiia on the tasks of Russian diplomacy and its great power interests.*
In this period he was one of the leaders of a very important political orientation among the liberals that began to express opposition to the tsar not only on questions of political freedom and domestic political reform, but also by criticizing the tsar's foreign policy on nationalistic grounds. Trubetskoi's critiques of imperial foreign policy were a nuanced mix of his attraction to pan-Slav ideas and his realist views on the best ways to maintain a balance of power and avoid war. But on the whole, his influence probably made it more difficult for the tsar to compromise in the Balkans when Russian and Slav interests were threatened by Austria, and thus he may have--contrary to his intentions--contributed to one of the key causes of World War I.
In 1912 Trubetskoi returned to the foreign ministry. His close colleague and friend, Foreign Minister Sergei Sazonov, appointed him to head the Near Eastern Department of the Foreign Ministry, which was responsible for Balkan and Ottoman affairs. His influence on foreign policy during the following years was considerably greater than his title might suggest, in large part due to the deep respect of Sazonov for Trubetskoi's opinions and expertise.**
In June 1914, the Russian representative in Serbia, Hartwig, died unexpectedly, and Trubetskoi was immediately appointed as his replacement. Trubetskoi's position thus put him at the center of Russian diplomacy during the crucial period of the Russian entry into the war, and his memoirs of this period are an important source for the study of the outbreak of the war (see d. 56).
Allied negotiations in early 1915 led to plans to occupy Constantinople, envisioning future control to go to Russia. In secret, G. N. Trubetskoi was named the future Russian commissar of the city. In spring 1915, Trubetskoi accompanied the retreating Serbian army to Corfu. In 1916-1917 Trubetskoi served as head of the diplomatic chancery at the headquarters of the Russian Army. He continued his diplomatic career through the time of the Provisional Government, then continued similar work in the White movement from January 1919 in Kiev and Ekaterinodar as a member of the Special Conference (Osoboe soveshchanie) to the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of Southern Russia and as head of the Special Conference's religion department. He worked closely with the movement until forced to leave Russia through the Crimea on one of the last boats to leave prior to the Bolshevik conquest of the peninsula. He settled in the Paris suburb of Clamart, where he became a benefactor to the émigré community and continued political and scholarly activities, focused primarily on church matters.
In summer and fall of 1917, Trubetskoi became deeply involved in the politics of church reform as a delegate to the All-Russian Council of the Orthodox Church. He played an important role in the decision to restore the Moscow patriarchate. Files contain Trubetskoi's post-1917 correspondence with Patriarch Tikhon, drafts of his many articles in the émigré press about church politics, and other materials relating to the fate of the Orthodoxy within and outside the Soviet Union in the 1920s. He devoted much of his energy to a new diplomatic task: working to unify the church and to overcome the divisions among Orthodox in the world. As his correspondence with Catholic priest and writer Michel d'Herbigny suggests, he extended his diplomatic efforts toward unification beyond the Orthodox world to the Catholic church as well. In one of his late letters to d'Herbigny, Trubetskoi expressed his dream that the crises of Russian Orthodoxy and Europe as a whole might provide an opportunity for peace and universal regeneration.***

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*For a full bibliography of his pre-World War I articles, see Sophie Schmitz, "Grigori N. Trubetzkoy: Politik und Völkerrecht, 1873-1930." Unpublished dissertation, University of Vienna, 1971. This dissertation is reproduced in full with the permission of Sophie Schmitz in the collection (see d. 103). (It is also available at the Austrian National Library and the juridical department of the Library of the University of Vienna).

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**D.C.B. Lieven, Russia and the Origins of the First World War (St. Martin's Press: New York, 1983), 91; see also the obituary by B. E. Nol'de in P. B. Struve, Pamiati Kn. Gr. N. Trubetskogo, Sbornik statei (Paris: E. Siial'skoi, 1930).

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***For comments on the limits of Trubetskoi's tolerance and universality of values , see Oleg Budnitskii, "Russian Liberalism in War and Revolution," Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 5, no. 1 (Winter 2004): 160.

Scope and Content Note

The archive includes the 245-page manuscript of a memoir Trubetskoi had written on his work in the Russian diplomatic service as special emissary to Serbia during the crucial period of the beginning of the July Crisis and the outbreak of war in 1914 (d. 56). It also includes memoirs of his later work in the foreign ministry, experiences in the White movement during the civil war (1918-1920), and other topics (dd. 70, 71). Particularly valuable is an unpublished 251-page family history and autobiography that Trubetskoi wrote in 1925 (d. 63 handwritten, d. 104 typed).
Many of the materials in the archive relate to the history of the Orthodox Church and émigré religious politics from the great Russian Orthodox Church Council (Sobor) of 1917 through the 1920s. These materials include extensive correspondence with metropolitans, other church officials, and with colleagues interested in religious matters. Several files contain large collections of clippings from émigré newspapers on the Living Church, Soviet religious policy, and émigré church matters in the 1920s. Scholars have yet to make use of these rich materials.
The collection also includes correspondence with leading émigré politicians and philosophers Berdiaev, Frank, Bulgakov, Struve, and others (dd. 2, 19).

Arrangement

Arranged in 104 dela (files). Not all dela were scanned for online access.

Bibliography

Works by G. N. Trubetskoi

1. 53 articles in Moskovskii ezhenedel'nik, 1906-1910. This journal, edited by Evgenii N. Trubetskoi (G. N.'s brother), was an important journal for liberal-moderate commentary on foreign affairs that is often associated with the "right-kadet" orientation in domestic and foreign affairs. The journal published widely on questions of Russia as a great power and was known for its publication of "neo-slav" articles arguing for strong assertion of Russian interests in the Balkans. The editorial board included: S. A. Kotliarevskii, A. L. Pogodin, P. B. Struve, G. N. Trubetskoi, and A. A. Kaufman.
2. Trubetskoi also published extensively in the liberal journal edited by his close colleague and friend Peter Struve, Russkaia mysl'.
3. See d. 80 for a collection of newspaper articles by G. N. Trubetskoi in 1908.
4. Gody smut i nadezhd, 1917-1919 (Montreal: Bratstvo prep. I. Pochaevskogo, 1981). Includes "Ocherk vzaimootnoshenii vooruzhennykh sil Iuga Rossii i predstavitelei Frantsuzskogo komandovaniia."
5. Krasnaia Rossiia i sviataia Rus' (Paris: YMCA Press, 1931).
6. La politique Russe en orient le schisme Bulgare (Paris: Typ. Plon-Nourrit et Cie, 1907).
7. Rat na Balknu, 1914-1917, i ruska diplomatija (Belgrad: Prosveta, 1994).
8. Rusiia kato velika sila: prievel s priedgovor i s pribavlenie priedgovorut kum niemskoto izd. (Sofiia: Iskra, 1915).
9. Ruskata politika na iztok: bulgarskata skhizma (Sofiia: Grzahdanin, 1910).
10. La Russia come grande potenza, del principe Gregorio Trubezkoi (Milan, 1915).
11. Russkaia diplomatiia, 1914-1917 g.g. i voina na Balkanakh (Montreal: Bratstvo prep. I. Pochaevskogo, 1983).
12. Russland als Grossmacht (Stuttgart, Berlin: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1913).
13. Rysland som stormakt. Översättning av Walborg Hedberg (Stockholm: A. Bonnier, 1914).
14. "Souvenirs diplomatiques sur 1914" in Le Monde Slave, vol. 3 (Paris, 1937).
15. Trubetskoi, Andrei (compiler), Rossiia vosprianet: Kniaz'ia Trubetskie (Moscow: Voennoe izd., 1996). Includes the war chapter selections from Trubetskoi's memoirs.
16. Article in Velikaia Rossiia (Moscow, 1911).

Writings about G. N. Trubetskoi

1. Lieven, D.C.B. Russia and the Origins of the First World War (St. Martin's Press: New York, 1983), 91-101.
2. Schmitz, Sophie. "Grigori N. Trubetzkoy: Politik und Völkerrecht, 1873-1930." Unpublished dissertation, University of Vienna, 1971. (available at the Austrian National Library and the Library of the University of Vienna).
3. P. B. Struve, Pamiati Kn. Gr. N. Trubetskogo, Sbornik statei (Paris: E. Siial'skoi, 1930). Includes 17 articles in memory of Trubetskoi and 15 articles written by Trubetskoi on various topics. In addition, 30 pages of his correspondence with M.E. Edzekhovskii is included.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Russkaia pravoslavnaia tserkov'.
World War, 1914-1918--Diplomatic history.
Russians in foreign countries.
Russia--Foreign relations--1894-1917.
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921.
Russia--Religion.

Occupations

Diplomats--Russia.

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d. 1 [r-2, s-3, b-27, f-2 Memoire Raievsky]-Souvenirs D' Une Emigrée. Revu et corrigé par Mademoiselle Annie Layet. 2 Chapters.

 

d. 2 [r-2, s-3, b 28, f- 16 Pis'ma N. Berdiaeva, prof. S. Franka, and B. S. Trubetskogo otsu Sergeiu Bulgakovu]

1920s

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A letter to Grigorii Trubetskoi from Berdiaev, Constantinopol, January 11, 1923 on the plight of émigrés

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Two letters to Father Sergei Bulgakov, 4 October 1925, Berlin on the Church Council in Berlin

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A letter from N. S. Trubetskoi to S. N. Bulgakov, no date, no location, on "the brotherhood" and its problems
 

d. 3 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-20. "Kn. G. N. Trubetskoi," stat'ia barona B. E. Nolde] 1930

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An obituary by B. E. Nolde for Trubetskoi [unclear which newspaper]. Later published in: P. B. Struve, Pamiati Kn. Gr. N. Trubetskogo, Sbornik statei (Paris: E. Siial'skoi, 1930) and in B. E. Nol'de, Dalekoe i blizkoe: istoricheskie ocherki (Paris: Izd. "Sovremennye zapiski," 1931)
 

d. 4 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-22 Ocherk istorii i zhizni Georgievskogo Zhenskogo Monastyria.] August 5, 1924

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History and property list of the Georgiev Women's Monastery by Evdokia Zalotinina
 

d. 5 [r-2, s-3, b-28 "Chudo," rasskaz ochevidtsa Artynova]

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"Miracle" an eye-witness account, during the first prosecution of the church by the Bolsheviks in Voronezh. A woman witnessed the fact that once the Bolsheviks started to take away the property of the church, the bells started ringing and the entire church became illuminated in bright colors
 

d. 6 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-24 "Biografiia Kn. E. N. Trubetskogo," Literaturnaia Gazeta, 5/24/1984] 1984 May 24

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This PDF file was received by the Hoover Institution, but is only available in the Hoover Archives reading room.

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Biographical article on E. N. Trubetskoi published in Literaturnaia gazeta
 

d. 7 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-17 Pis'ma I. Opriza, tserkovnye dela.] 1927-1928

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Various correspondence of I. Opriz and G. N. Trubetskoi on church affairs
 

d. 8 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-18 Pis'ma A. Ferzena, tserkovnye dela] 1927

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Correspondence of Trubetskoi and A. Ferzen on church affairs, finances, and other topics
 

d. 9 [Pis'ma P. Izvol'skogo k kn. G. N. Trubetskomu] 1925-1926

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Correspondence of Trubetskoi with P. Izvolskii, primarily on church affairs
 

d. 10 [r-2, s-5, b-28, f-21 "U istokov zarubezhnogo raskola," stat'ia Ioanna Meiendorfa na osnovanii pisem iz arkhivov kn. G. N. Trubetskogo]. 1987?

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Article by John Meiendorf, Vestnik YMCA Press , No. 151, (1987?), 219-241. Consists of a short introduction by Meiendorf and a collection of letters from Archbishop Anastasii to G. N. Trubetskoi, 1925-1926, after the death of Patriarch Tikhon
 

d. 11 [r-2, s-5 ,b-27, f-1 Fotokopii neponiatnykh istorii] undated

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Photocopies of three stories, no author. "V den' angela" (12 pages); "Paket Shibaeva" (9 pages); "Nikolaich" (7 pages)
 

d. 12 [r-2, s-2, b-25, f-4 Mitropolit Elevferii( Litovskii). Kopia pis'ma 28 noiabria 1922. "Nedelia v patriarkhii." Iz arkhiva kn. G. N. Trubetskogo] 1928 November 28

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A copy of a letter from Metropolitan Elevferii to G. N. Trubetskoi
 

d. 13 [r-2, s-5, b-24, f-3 Aleksei Khvostov "Otkrytoe Pis'mo" N.D. Gal'bergu] 1926 September 25

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Copy of a letter from Aleksei Khvostov to N. D. Gal'berg explaining his reasons for leaving the Church council. Belgrade (13 pages)
 

d. 14 [r-2, s-3, b-25, f-6 Zhurnal No. 13 "Izvestiia" (Voennye Vedomosti)] 1917 April-June

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Izvestiia (Voennye Vedomost), no. 13, complete issue
 

d. 15 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-31 Copy of Eltea (by Count S.A. Barteneff) to "Dorogoi Sviatitel'" by Mitropolit Sergei.] 1926 August 20

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A letter from Metropolitan Sergei, arguing that the Russian Orthodox Church abroad should join with the Serbian Church
 

d. 16 [r-2, s-3, b-26, f-3 Razlichnye politicheskie stat'i 20-x godov] undated

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Empty folder
 

d. 17 [r-2, s-3, b-29, f-8 Nemetskie prizyvy k russkim liudiam i partizanam protiv Stalina] 1943

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German propaganda leaflets encouraging and calling up the Russians to fight on the side of the Nazi Germany against Stalin
 

d. 18 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-27 Nikolai V. Bogoiavlenskii, pis'ma (kopii)] 1927 June 12

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A letter from N. V.Bogoiavlinskii, the Russian Consul General, Seattle, to G. N. Trubetskoi, on the Russian church
 

d. 19 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-26 Pis'ma Prof. S. Franka] 1924-1929

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Letters from the philosopher Semen Frank to Trubetskoi, primarily on religious topics
 

d. 20 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-30 Le Probleme Russe par N. Ezersky] 1920s

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N. Ezersky, "Le Probleme Russe," 1920, unknown location

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Manuscript. Boris Nikolaev, "K krizisu ideologii"
 

d. 21 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-25 Correspondence. Michel d' Herbigny] 1920s

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A letter to the Archbishop Anastasii from Trubetskoi. Paris, November 1/14, 1920, regarding Trubetskoi's visit to the Vatican to meet with officials about the unification of the Church

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Various correspondence of Trubetskoi with Archbishop Anastasii and others regarding church unification, November 1920 - May 1922
 

d. 22 [B.1. r-2, s-3, b-25, f. 2 Razlichnye korotkie publikatsii]

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Offprints of various short articles written by G. N. Trubetskoi, including: "Das Schisma in Sowjetrussland" (38 pages), "Spor o monarkhii" (4 pages), P. P. Izvol'skii, "K voprosu o soedinenii tserkvei" (Munich, 1922), and various additional pamphlets
 

d. 23 [B.1. r-2, s-3, b-3, f-5 Vyrezki. Kn. G. N. Trubetskoi, "Slovo," 1908] 1908

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This file, containing 99 pages, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution.

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Newspaper clippings of articles by G. N. Trubetskoi from Slovo, primarily on the Balkans in 1908
 

d. 25 [B.1. r-2, s-3, b-25, f-9 Jurisdictional difference newspaper clippings, etc.]

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Various newspaper clippings in Russian, Polish, and French
 

d. 26 [B.1. r-2, s-3, b-24, f-8 Razlichnye prizyvy i ukazy gen. Vrangelia (vo vremia) Krymskoi kampanii] 1920

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Various regulations, orders, decrees from General Vrangel
 

d. 28 [B.1. r-2, s-3, b-26, f-3 Perevod na angliiskii i frantzuskii iazyik]

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Draft translation of Trubetskoi's 1914 memoir into English and French (143 pages)
 

d. 29 [B.1. r-2, s-4, b-28, f-28. Razlichnye pis'ma k G. N. Trubetskomu (podpisannye)] 1920s

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Copies of letters to G. N. Trubetskoi

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Letter from Jules Scriban (in French), Berlin, February 15, 1921

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A pamphlet by Grigorii Trubetskoi in the memory of Cardinal Mersie

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A letter to Princess Maria Troubetzkoy (Belgrade) from Albert Wolf ( Newark, NJ), April 16, 1925

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A letter from Lord Shaftesbury to unknown person, May 29, 1924. Attached letter to the editor: "For the Russian Church. The Hope of the Future"

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A copy of a letter from "Sillogizm," August 2, 1923, on the church abroad

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S. Orlov to Trubetskoi on religious topics, March 14, 1927

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A. Lisarubkin to Trubetskoi from Rome, December 10, 1920

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M. Osorgin to Trubetskoi, June 15, Moscow. Reaction to the death of Archbishop Aleksei

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S. Malash to Trubetskoi, January 30, 1929, Budapest. Church and emigration to Hungary
 

d. 30 [B1. r-2, s-3, b-28, f-29 Mitropolit Anastasii. K 40-letiiu ego verkhovnogo sluzheniia. "Tserkovnaia letopis'," 1946] 1946

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Article celebrating the 40th anniversary in service of Metropolitan Anastasii
 

d. 31 [B1. Unnamed] 1910s-1920s

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Various articles and notes

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Draft chapter on the conditions of the Orthodox Parish, no date

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Document with accounts of battles, Petrograd, January 20-21, 1915

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A summary of a military meeting, March 6, 1920

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A summary of Wilson's Fourteen Points

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A. F. Kruglov to Russian envoy in Egypt on the Russian Orthodox Church in Jerusalem, August 25, 1920

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"O merakh k ob"edineniiu Russkikh pravoslavnykh khristian v stranakh zapadnoi Evropy." Copy, no author, undated
 

d. 32 [B1. r-2, s-3, b-26, f-4 Ocherk vzaimnootnoshenii Frantsii i iuga Rossii. May 1919] 1919

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Ocherk vzaimootnoshenii vooruzhennykh sil Iuga Rossii Predstavitelei Frantsuzskogo Komandovaniia Mai 1919 goda . Sovershenno sekretno. (Ekaterinodar: Upravlenie Gen. Kvartirmeistera Shtaba Glavnokomanduiushchogo Vooruzhennymi Silami na Iuge Rossii, 1919), 43 pages
 

d. 33 [B.1. r-2, s-3, b-27, f-4 The British Trade Union Delegation and the Situation in (the) Soviet Union] undated

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A typed report sharply condemning the report published by the British Trade Union Delegation on conditions in the Soviet Union. No author, undated. 32 pages
 

d. 35 [B.1. r-2, s-5, b-26, f-5 Dorevolutsionnaia gazeta, pravitel'stvennye publikatsii (P.B. Struve i drugie)] circa 1905

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Pravo, vols. 33-35 (1905)

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Osvobozhdenie (published by Struve), no. 7 (September 18, 1903), no. 20 (March 19, 1904)

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Revolutsionnaia Rossiia, no. 72 (August 1, 1905)

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Osvobozhdenie, no. 5 (August 19, 1903); no. 22 (May 8, 1903); no. 55 (September 2, 1904)

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Iskra, no. 108 (July 13,1905)

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Proletarii, no. 12 (August 16, 1905)
 

d. 36 [B.1, r-2, s-3, b-27, f-3. Razlichnye vospominaniia i takogo zhe roda publikatsii] circa 1880-1920

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"Echos Du Passe," 22 pages. 2 copies

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A copy of a book about illustrations in Russian tales. Concentrates on D.I. Mitrokhin, in English, by M. Kouzmin

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"Petergofskaia doroga v starinu i v poslednee vremia," 12 pages

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Pamphlet describing the duties of the government and Russian citizens. No author, location. Likely in 1919

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Essay critical of the communist party. No author, location. Likely in 1919

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A story about hunting. Most likely fictional. No date, author

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A script to a play by S. N. Trubetskoi performed in Kaluga. ("Poslednoe Slovo Nauki," June 23, 1886)
 

d. 37 [B.1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-28. 1 of 2. Pis'ma Mitropolita Anastasiia k G. N. Trubetskomu.]

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8 letters from Metropolitan Anastasii to G. N. Trubetskoi on church matters and the Soviet government
 

d. 39 [B. 1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-4. Pis'ma Mitropolita Platona k G. N. Trubetskomu] 1926

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2 letters from Metropolitan Platon to G. N. Trubetskoi
 

d. 40 [B. 1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-3. Pis'ma Mitropolita Evlogiia k G. N. Trubetskomu] 1926-1928

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Letters to G. N. Trubetskoi from Metropolitan Evlogiia on conflicts among metropolitans. Paris
 

d. 41 [B.1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-1. Pis'ma Mitropolita Antoniia k G. N. Trubetskomu] 1920s

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Letter from Metropolitan Antonii to G. N. Trubetskoi on the imprisonment of metropolitans in the Soviet Union, August 11, 1926

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"Otvet Mitropolita Antoniia byvshemu episkopu Evdokimu"
 

d. 42 [B 1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-11. Fotokopii pisem G. N. Trubetskogo k Petru Berngardovichu Struve, 1924-1972. Frantsiia] 1926-1928

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Correspondence between G. N. Trubetskoi and Peter Struve regarding politics and church matters (copies)

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A letter from Struve to S. S. Efremov, February 9, 1927, Paris
 

d. 43 [B.1., r-2, s-3, b-28, f-7. Razlichnye tserkovnye pis'ma k G. N. Trubetskomu.] 1922-1927

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Letters to Trubetskoi on church affairs
 

d. 44 [B.1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-6. Kopii doklada 1928 Mitropolita Elevferiia k Mitropolitu Evlogiiu.] 1989 November 7

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Letter to Sergei Grigorievich Troubetzkoy from Archbishop Sylvester, St. Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Montreal
 

d. 45 [B.1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-15. Pis'ma S. D. Sazonovu (byvshii ministr inostrannykh del)] 1919-1928

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A letter to Anna Borisovna from G. N. Trubetskoi regarding metropolitans Sergei and Evlogii, July 3, 1928

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Two letters to S. D. Sazonov from G. N. Trubetskoi on the relationship between church and state, October 16, 1919, and February 22, 1920
 

d. 46 [B.1, r-2, s-5, b-28, f-14. Pis'ma M. Girsa, byvshego posla v Parizhe] 1926-1927

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Letters on church affairs from the former ambassador in Paris, M. Girs, to G. N. Trubetskoi
 

d. 47 [B.1, r-2, s-2, b-28, f-13. Pis'ma I. Nazhivina k G. N. Trubetskomu 1921] 1921

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Letters from I. Nazhivin to G. N. Trubetskoi with reactions to Trubetskoi's articles. Constantinople
 

d. 48 [r-2, s-5, b-28, f-10. Pis'ma Vasiliia Shtrandtmana iz Belgrada, Serbia, k kn.G. N. Trubetskomu] 1921-1927

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Letters to G. N. Trubetskoi from V. Shtrandtman on Russian Orthodox churches and officials abroad. Belgrade
 

d. 49 [B.1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-9. Pis'ma (kopii) G. N. Trubetskogo] 1926-1927

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Two letters in French from G. N. Trubetskoi to Mr. Kullman, July 30, 1926, and March 15, 1926

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Correspondence between G. N. Trubetskoi and his mother, 1926-1927
 

d. 50 [B.1, r-2, s-3, b-28, f-5. Doklad velikomu kniazu Nikolai Nikol. (Romanovu) i "mysli" velikogo kniazia N.N. i pis'ma] circa 1926

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Two copies of a 7-page report to Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich Romanov written by G. N. Trubetskoi, July 27, 1926, Vosges

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"Neskol'ko myslei" (7 pp). Memo of Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich explaining his politics in the emigration from 1917 to June 1926. Marked "confidential, for personal use."
 

d. 51 [B.1, r-2, s-5, b-28, f-12. Pis'ma S. Botkina (Delo Russkogo bratstva v Berline) k G. N. Trubetskomu] 1925-1928

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Letters from S. Botkin to G. N. Trubetskoi on the Vladimir Brotherhood (Vladimirskoe bratstvo), Berlin, 1925, 1928
 

d. 52 [B. 1, r-2, s-3, b-24, f-5. Gazetnye vyrezki] 1926

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Various pamphlets, newspaper clippings on the emigration, the church, the controversy about Metropolitan Evlogii
 

d. 53 [f2 Lzheimennaia tserkov' v Rossii. Rukopis' Kn. G. N. Trubetskogo]

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A description of the Living Church in the USSR by G. N. Trubetskoi accompanied by newspaper clippings and data on repressions of priests and the church in the USSR
 

d. 54 [f3. Conference de Washington] 1921 December 14

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A newspaper clipping from a French newspaper on a Washington conference on Belgian interests in China
 

d. 55 [f 7. Kn. G. N. Trubetskoi. Rukopis' "Istoriia Russkoi diplomatii"] undated

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"Znachenie vneshnei politiki v istorii Rossii i ee glavnye zadachi." Handwritten manuscript about the relations between Russia and Europe by G. N. Trubetskoi
 

d. 56 [Nachalo voiny, 1914. Vospominaniia kn. G. N. Trubetskogo]

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Typed manuscript later published as: Russkaia diplomatiia, 1914-1917 g.g. i voina na Balkanakh (Montreal: Bratstvo prep. I. Pochaevskogo, 1983)
 

d. 58 [f.4. Razlichnye documenty, programma lektsii, pis'ma. G. N. Trubetskoi] 1927 November 20

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Lectures about Russia
 

d. 59 [f.1. Serbia, 1915-1916. Kn. G. N. Trubetskoi]

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A letter to Trubetskoi from Dr. Sergei K. Sofoterov explaining the conditions in Serbia, December 29, 1926

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A document describing how to treat the wounded. No author, location. Undated
 

d. 60 [f .8. Nekhvataiushchie stranitsy kn. G. N. Trubetskogo]

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Various draft articles and notes on disparate themes. Includes notes for lectures on the history of Russian diplomacy, a draft article or lecture on "zadachi tserkvi v bezhentstve," copy of a letter to Patriarch Tikhon
 

d. 61 [f. 11. Razlichnye chernoviki statei i rechei. Kn. Gr. N. Trubetskoi, 1919-1928.]

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Various draft articles, speeches, and notes by G. N. Trubetskoi
 

d. 63 [r-2, s-4, b-24, f-14. Obliki Proshlogo. Family memories.] 1925 Fall

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G. N. Trubetskoi's handwritten memoirs and family history. "Obliki Proshlogo" (see d. 104 for a typed version)

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Sem'ia moego otsa, pages 2-18

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Sem'ia moiei materi, pages 18-31

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Diadia Seriozha, pages 31-51

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Moi roditeli, pages 52-68

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Kaluga, pages 68-79

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Nashi druz'ia, pages 80-89

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Gimnaziia, pages 90-91

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Kaluzhskoe obshchestvo, pages 91-96

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Sergievskoe, pages 97-99

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Brat Serezha, pages 100-105

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Moskva: Presnia, pages 106-134

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Moskovskii universitet (1892-1896), pages 135-169

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Staryi vostok (otryvki vospominanii) (17 pages). Section on the early part of Trubetskoi's career
 

d. 64 [f. 1-12. La Revue Catholique (Brusselles) 4 stat'i kn. G. N. Trubetskogo.] 1922-1924

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Four complete issues of the newspaper "La Revue Catholique," March 28, 1924; November 17, 1922; February 17, 1922; January 27, 1922

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Clipping from "La Libre Belgique," from December 2, 1921, article on Trubetskoi
 

d. 65 [f-3 Gazeta ("Rossiia" P. B. Struve, "Pamiati gen. P. N. Vrangelia" 1928] 1928 May 5

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This file, containing an unknown number of pages, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution. The file was not digitized.

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Newspaper "Rossiia," no. 35. Featuring an article in memory of Gen. Vrangel
 

d. 66 [B. 3, f-4 "Tseli voiny", fotokopii stat'i kn. G. N. Trubetskogo.] 1917 January

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Photocopy of a 40-page article by Trubetskoi outlining the aims of WWI to N. N. Pokrovskii on January 10, 1917, with copy of 11-page addendum sent on January 14, 1917
 

d. 67 [r-2, s-3, b-28, f-7. Newspapers. G. N.]

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Newspaper clippings of articles by G. N. Trubetskoi in memory of Cardinal Mercie, on the new Turkish constitution, and on church finances
 

d. 70 [f-6. Vospominaniia kn. G. N. Trubetskogo "Kiev, Ukraina, Ekaterinodar, 1919".] 1918-1919

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Handwritten diary by G. N. Trubetskoi in Kiev and Ekaterinodar
 

d. 71 [B.3, f-8. G. N. Trubetskoi. Varia notes.] undated

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Various typed notes of G. N. Trubetskoi about his life. In Russian and French
 

d. 72 [B.3. f. 9. Pis'mo (P.) Krasnova k imperatoru Vil'gelmu.] 1918 August

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Copy of a letter from Ataman P. Krasnov to the Emperor of Germany asking him for help after the Russian Revolution
 

d. 74 [f-5. Pis'ma S. Ugeta (S. Ughet) k kn. G. N. Trubetkomu i drugie (documenty). USA-Europe] 1924-1926

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Correspondence and documents on a lawsuit in New York brought by John S. Kedrovsky of the Living Church in an attempt to gain legal recognition of his title as "metropolitan" of North America and to gain the legal control of the property of the church in North America
 

d. 75 [B.3. f-9. Beseda velikogo kniaza Nikolaia Nikolaevicha (Romanova) s predstavitelem amerikanskoi pechati na Paskhe 1924 g.] 1924

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7 copies of a leaflet published by Tip. "Franko-Russkaia Pechat'," Paris
 

d. 76 [B.3., f-13. Kopiia pis'ma atamana P. Krasnova imperatoru Vl'gel'mu]

 

d. 77 [B.3. f. 14. Zapisi grafa K.A. Buteneva na osnovanii dokladov kn. G. N. Trubetskogo.] 1918 August

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Notes regarding the formation of the Russian Army to fight against Germany, no author. Written in August 8/21, 1918.
 

d. 78 [B.3, f. 15, f-17. Doklad Metropolitu Evlogiu ot "Sillogizma"] 1923 June 2

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Letter to Metropolitan Evlogii from "Sillogizm" on Archbishop Tikhon, Moscow
 

d. 79 [ f-16. L' Union des Eglises selon la pensée orthodoxe.] 1924

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Typed manuscript by G. Kolémine, "L' Union des Eglises selon la pensée orthodoxe," Paris
 

d. 80 [ B.3, f-9 Starye (1908) stat'i kn. G. N. Trubetskogo.] 1908

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Newspaper clippings of articles written by Trubetskoi
 

d. 82 [B. 3, f-10. Razlichnye rukopisi kn. G. N. Trubetskogo.] 1920s

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Various handwritten notes, prayers, and religious thoughts of G. N. Trubetskoi
 

d. 83 [Razlichnye russkie starye karty (geograficheskie), f7]

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Collection of Russian maps, most from World War I
 

d. 84 [R-2, F-3, B. 26, F-6. Vospominaniia kn. Gr. N. Trubetskogo s 1914 goda po 1916 god, kopiia.]

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This PDF file was received by the Hoover Institution, but is only available in the Hoover Archives reading room.

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Untitled typed book manuscript. Memoiristic account of Trubetskoi's work interpreting diplomacy in the Balkans. 246 pages. Later published as Russkaia diplomatiia, 1914-1917 g.g. i voina na Balkanakh (Montreal: Bratstvo prep. i. Pochaevskogo, 1983)
 

d. 85 [R-2, S-3, B-23, F-3. Lichnye dokumenty Mikh.Gr. Trubetskogo. Diplomy, etc.] 1900s

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Personal documents and correspondence of G.N. Trubetskoi's son, Mikhail Grigorievich Troubetzkoi, including:

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An invitation from Hoover Institution at Stanford, California to hold the archives of Grigorii Trubetskoi, August 23, 1985, pages 2-3;

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Diplomas of Mikhail Gr. Troubetzkoi, pages 4-14;

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A letter to the Emperor from P. Krasnov, August 1918, on conditions in the Don region during the Civil War, pages 24-27;

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Unmarked text on the church after the Civil War and the Bolshevik Revolution, undated, pages 29-30;

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A letter to Mikhail Troubetzkoi offering to help with the publication of G. N. Trubetskoi's book "Ocherki vzaimootnoshii vooruzhennykh sil iuga Rossii," Ottawa, November 8, 1981, p. 32

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A letter about a settlement proceeding, September 18, 1925, Vienna, pages 33-35
 

d. 87 [R-2, S-3, B-23, F-5. Stat'i, gazety, pias'ma, etc.] 1920s

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Large collection of newspaper clippings, primarily from the émigré press on the church in the Soviet Union in the 1920s

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Correspondence between M. N. Girs and Russian Financial Attaché S. Ughet regarding the lawsuit of Ivan Kedrovskii against Metropolitan Platon, December 1924, pages 147-150
 

d. 88 [r-2, s-3, b-23, f-4. Razlichnye fotokopii (dokumentov) kn. Mih. Gr. Troubetskogo] early 1900s

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Original documents and photocopies, includes drafts of articles and book chapters by Grigorii Trubetskoi. Includes article "Krestnyi put' nashei tserkvi, 1917-1927," large collection of newspaper clippings on Tikhon in 1925-1926
 

d. 89 [R-2, s-3, B-25, F-8. Otkrytie tserkovnogo vserossiiskogo Sobora, 1917. "Posledovanie", Sergei Troubetzkoy] 1917 August 28

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Church prayer dedicated to the opening of the All-Russian Orthodox Church Council in Moscow (4 pages)
 

d. 90 [r-2, s-3, b-24, F-3. Gazety- Vyrezki 20 godov.] 1920s

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This file, containing an unknown number of pages, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution. It is available only at the OCA Archives.

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Various newspaper clippings
 

d. 91 [R-2, S-3, B-24, F-4. Inostrannye gazety vo vremya Belogo dvizhenia.] 1919-1921

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This file, containing an unknown number of pages, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution. It is available only at the OCA Archives.

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Various émigré newspaper clippings on the White movement
 

d. 92 [R-2, S-3, B-24, F-2. Vyrezki gazet Dobrovol'cheskoi armii] 1917-1920s

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This file, containing an unknown number of pages, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution. It is available only at the OCA Archives.

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Various newspaper clippings and whole newspapers, primarily on the Volunteer Army in Russia during the civil war
 

d. 93 [R-2, S-3, B-27, F-5. Gazetnye (tserkov') vyrezki 20kh godov] 1920s

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This file, containing an unknown number of pages, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution. It is available only at the OCA Archives.

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Various newspaper clippings and whole newspapers on church matters
 

d. 94 [R-2, S-3, B-23, F-1. Pis'ma kn. Mikhaila Gr. Trubetskogo]

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Correspondence of Mikhail Grigorievich Troubetzkoy, including

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A letter to Mikhail Trubetzkoy from Ksenia Denikina asking him for part of the archives of G. N. Trubetskoi, November 14, 1950, New York, pages 2-3;

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Correspondence on the publication of G. N. Trubetskoi's book "Gody smut i nadezhd", including 1980-1981 correspondence with Alexander Solzhenitsyn
 

d. 95 [Grigorii Trubetskoi. His report to the Grand Duke N. N. and P. Krasnov's letter to German Emperor Wilhelm]

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Copy of Krasnov's August 1918 report on the takeover of the Don territory by the White forces.

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A letter from Troubetskoi to the Grand Duke asking him to get involved in church politics, July 27, 1926
 

d. 96 [r-2, s-5, b-28, f-8. Tserkov'. Pis'ma iz Ameriki k kn. Gr. N. Trubetskomu]

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Collection of correspondence to Trubetskoi in Paris from America dealing with church matters in North America and about Patriarch Tikhon
 

d. 97 [Photocopies of the correspondence of Trubetskoi and Rev. Michel D'Herbigny.]

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Correspondence between Trubetskoi and Herbigny. Also includes some of the latter's writings on his ideas to unify the Catholic and Orthodox churches
 

d. 98 Arreté de l'assembleé national le 20 ? 1830 au patriarcat armenien á Constantinople pour la reformation du clerge, des institutions et des communes. Original document.

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This file, containing an unknown number of pages, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution.
 

d. 99 [Pis'ma Pere Michel d'Herbigny. Originaly. F. 11]

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Correspondence between Trubetskoi and Herbigny. Includes some of the latter's writings on his ideas to unify the Catholic and Orthodox churches. Also includes letters from G. N. Trubetskoi to Archbishop Anastasii about possible unification of the Orthodox and Catholic churches in common opposition to the Bolsheviks, pages 93-117
 

d. 101 Mitropolit Elevferii, Nedelia v Patriarkhii (vpechatleniia i nabliudeniia ot poezdki v Moskvu) (Paris: Pravoslavnoe izd.) 1933

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This file, containing 158 pages plus appendices, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution. It is available only at the OCA Archives (and in libraries)
 

d. 102 [R-2, S-3, B-25, F. 6] 1920s

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This file, containing an unknown number of pages, is not available because it was not received by the Hoover Institution.

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Bound collection of documents, articles, and Trubetskoi's article on the Living Church, Tikhon, and other issues in the church during the 1920s
 

d. 104 Obliki proshlogo. Fall 1925

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G. N. Trubetskoi's memoir and family history, written in Fall 1925. Typescript (for the original handwritten copy, see d. 63). Includes:

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Sem'ia moego otsa, pages 2-18

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Sem'ia moiei materi, pages 18-31

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Diadia Seriozha, pages 31-51

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Moi roditeli, pages 52-68

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Kaluga, pages 68-79

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Nashi druz'ia, pages 80-89

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Gimnaziia, pages 90-91

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Kaluzhskoe obshchestvo, pages 91-96

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Sergievskoe, pages 97-99

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Brat Serezha, pages 100-105

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Moskva: Presnia, pages 106-134

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Moskovskii universitet (1892-1896), pages 135-169

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Staryi vostok (otryvki vospominanii), 17 pages. Section on the early part of Trubetskoi's career