The 1917 Revolution: The Organization of the First Totalitarian Dictatorship in Europe

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Kerensky, Alexander
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1968
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A typed script of a lecture given by Alexander Kerensky during his visit to the Kalamazoo College campus in October 1967. It is possible that this is the text of the last public lecture he gave before his death in 1970. Based on a memo included in the Kalamazoo College Archives file, this text may have been transcribed from an audio recording of his lecture. It has been heavily edited in ink and pencil, perhaps by Elena (Helen) Ivanoff, who was his assistant at the end of his life. The correspondence in the file is dated 1968, and also concerns other material that was considered for inclusion in Vol. 30 No. 1 of the Kalamazoo College "Review" on Kerensky and the Russian Revolution.
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