THE MEMOIRS OF BARON N. WRANGEL 1847-1920: FROM SERFDOM TO BOLSHEVISM

By: Wrangel, Baron Nikolai Egorovich

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Publisher's full burgundy cloth, gilt lettering and borders on spine, blind-stamped borders on cover, t.e.g. (red). Translated from the Russian by Brian and Beatrix Lunn. These are the memoirs of Russian nobleman who traveled in the circles of Czars, Emperors and Generals and who witnessed the amazing transition of Russia from a feudal to a communist society. Baron Wrangel's memoirs disclose changing conditions of life in Russia from 1847 to 1920. He describes his own life from his childhood on his father's estate (when "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was rudely received by the serf-owning nobles of Russia) through the fall of the monarchy and the coming of the Bolshevik reign of terror.. This is an unopened, unmarked copy. The boards show only the slightest shelf-wear, else as new. NEAR FINE. . 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 324 pp

Title: THE MEMOIRS OF BARON N. WRANGEL 1847-1920: FROM SERFDOM TO BOLSHEVISM

Author Name: Wrangel, Baron Nikolai Egorovich

Categories: Biography & Memoir, History, Biography,

Publisher: Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company: 1927

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 5335

Keywords: BIOGRAPHY AUTOBIOGRAPHY MEMOIRS HISTORY RUSSIA COMMUNISM FEUDALISM Nineteenth Century