Berlin: Z. I. Grzhebin, 1922. First edition. Original pictorial wrappers. Good copy. Item #61
Zapiski sotsialista-revoliutsionera: kniga pervaia [Memoirs of a socialist-revolutionary: Volume 1]. Series title: Letopis revoliutsii, 5. 339 pages. 8vo (19.5 x 13 cm). Small tear to title. Some signs of wear. Uncut pages.
The ONLY published volume of the book.
Viktor Mikhailovich Chernov (1873-1952), Russian revolutionary. One of the founders of the Socialist Revolutionary party, he served as minister of agriculture under Kerensky in the provisional government set up after the overthrow of the czar in 1917. He was president of the short-lived constituent assembly (Jan., 1918). After its dissolution, Chernov headed an anti-Bolshevik government in Samara. Early in 1921 he fled abroad. He died in New York City.
OCLC locates two copies in France.