Title: Petr Berngardovich Struve Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1890-1982
Collection Number: 79083
Struve, Petr Berngardovich, 1870-1944
50 manuscript boxes, 1 envelope
(20 linear feet)
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, memoranda, essays, editorial files,
printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Russia in World War I, the
Russian Revolution and Civil War, anti-Bolshevik movements, the Russian economy and
industry, conditions in the Soviet Union after the Revolution, and Russian literary and
political emigre affairs. Includes papers of the wife and sons of Petr Struve. Boxes 1-45 available on microfilm (59 reels).
Boxes 1-45 closed. Microfilm use copies available.
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Also available on microfilm (59 reels).
Vrangel', Petr Nikolaevich, baron, 1878-1928.
Vooruzhennye Sily na Iugiie Rossii.
Russians in foreign countries.
World War, 1914-1918.
World War, 1914-1918--Russia.
Soviet Union--Economic conditions.
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921.
Soviet Union--Social conditions.
Rossiiskoe TSentral'noe Ob'edinenie.
Rossiiskii Zarubezhnyi S'ezd (1926 : Paris)
||Born, Perm, Russia
||Graduated from the University of St. Petersburg
Critical Observations on the Problem of Russia's Economic Development
||Arrested and banished from Petrograd
||Emigrated to Stuttgart, Germany
||Began publishing the weekly
||Returned to Russia and joined the Constitutional-Democratic (Cadet) Party
||Elected to Second Duma
Russkaia Mysl' (Petrograd)
||Member, Government Commission on Food Supply
||Awarded doctorate at Cambridge University
||Elected to the Russian Academy of Sciences
||Joined the Russian Provisional Government and resigned shortly afterward
Velikaia Rossiia (Southern Russia)
||Minister of Foreign Affairs, Volunteer (White) Army under General Vrangel'
Russkaia Mysl' (Prague)
Rossiia i Slavianstvo (Paris)
|1944, February 26
||Died, Paris, France