Preliminary Inventory to the Sergei L. Voitsekhovskii Papers, 1923-1982

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Preliminary Inventory to the Sergei L. Voitsekhovskii Papers, 1923-1982

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Hoover Institution Archives
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  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Sergei L. Voitsekhovskii Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1923-1982
Collection number: 79089
Creator: Voitsekhovskii, S. L. (Sergei L'vovich), 1900-
Collection Size: 11 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box 5.6 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, memoranda, writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian history after 1917, Russians and Russian anti-communist movements in foreign countries, the Romanov dynasty, Soviet espionage within Russian emigre circles, and Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovich
Language: Russian.

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Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1979.

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Access Points

Kutepov, Aleksandr Pavlovich, 1882-1930.
Romanov, House of.
Vladimir Kirillovich, Grand Duke of Russia, 1917-
Monarkhicheskoe Ob'edinenie Rossii.
Anti-communist movements.
Communism.
Espionage, Russian.
Russians in foreign countries.
Subversive activities--Soviet Union.
Russia.
Soviet Union.
Russia--Court and courtiers.
Soviet Union--History.


Container List

Box 1.

The Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, First Part

 

George Artamanow, former delegate of the "Trust" and General Kutiepow in Poland

 

"Soobshcheniia - Delo Borisa Savinkova," Istoriia SSSR, No. 6, 1967

 

"Zarubezhnye Vysshie Voenno-Nauchnye Kursy Pod Rukovodstvom Professora General-Leitenanta N. N. Golovina, 1927-1977"

 

Armiia Obrechennykh, A. G. Aldan, Trudy Arkhiva Russkoi Osvoboditel'noi Armii, Tom 3, New York, 1969

Box 2.

Prince George Shirinskii-Shikhmatov documents

 

Prince T. K. Bagration-Murchanskii documents

Box 2-3.

Grand Duke Vladimir Romanov documents

Box 3.

Richard Wraga correspondence and documents

 

T. K. Bagration

 

B. S. Browzin

 

Jozef Mackiewicz

 

Dr. Vera Piroschkow

 

Professor Gleb Struve

Box 4.

Russkoe Vozrozhdenie (Paris-Moscow-New York)

 

1978, Nos. 1-4

 

1979, Nos. 5-6

 

The Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, The Goleniewski Case

 

Ilia Glazunov and Dimitre Dudko

 

The Eurasians, 1930-1933

 

"The Voice of Emigrants," Nos. 1-8

Box 5.

Zvezda, April-May 1972, Leningrad, two articles by A. Saparov relating to enemies of communism in Russia

 

Russian immigrants in Poland, 1932-1933

 

Russian refugees in Austria and Germany occupied by the French Army, 1945-1950

Box 6.

Suvorovets (Buenos Aires), 1954-1957

 

The Pilsudski Institute, New York

 

The Pushkin Society, New York

 

The Orthodox Church of America

 

General Krasnow, executed in Moscow, 1951 July

 

The Russian Imperial Alliance and Order

 

George Jerebkoff, former assistant of General A. Vlasov

 

Bohdan Kawecki, byly wiezien w in communist Russia

 

Boris Brasol, Russian linguist

Box 7.

"Novaia Imperiia," article, Russkii Demokrat (Paris), No. 1, 1950

 

German document, Berlin, relating to Russian monarchists, 1942 June

 

German document, Berlin, relating to Russian immigrants in France, addressed to the Hauptstumfuhrer Brandenburg, 1942 June

 

Soviet agents in Warsaw, 1923

 

Philaret, Metropolitan, Conversation with, 1966 February 12

 

Coats, Wendell J., letter, 1968 November

 

Correspondence of Robert Samborski and Eugene Kerno, 1968

 

Moskva, "The Remembrance of a Gestapo Judge," 1971 June-August

 

Russian Social Committee in Poland, 1930-1931

Box 8.

Russian Social Committee in Poland, 1933-1937

Box 9.

Russian Social Committee in Poland, 1938-1940

 

Articles and reviews of S. Woyciechowski, 1926-1928

Box 10.

Articles and reviews of S. Woyciechowski, 1929-1933

 

Russian emigre newspaper clippings, 1945-1952