Correspondence, minutes, financial records, bulletins, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the
Russian Boy Scouts movement abroad and to Russian émigré affairs. In part, microfilm.
Born at Tsitsikhar station on the Chinese Eastern Railway on 5 August 1909, where his father, an army engineer officer, was
stationed, Kniazev spent the first half of his life in China. As his father was transferred to Manchuria station, where he
was commandant during the Russian Civil War, and later to Harbin, where he was assistant commandant, A. N. Kniazeff moved
with him, graduating from American Methodist College in Harbin in 1927. From 1927 to 1933 he was a student at Harbin Polytechnic
Institute, receiving his baccalaureate degree in electrical and mechanical engineering. Simultaneously, he completed a training
course at the Russkii Obshchevoinskii soiuz military academy in 1934.
43 manuscript boxes, 2 oversize boxes, 17 microfilm reels
(13.4 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research.