Munich: Izd. Pravoslavnogo tserkovno-blagotvoritelnogo kom-ta Germanskoi eparkhii, 1947. Original pictorial wrappers. Good condition. Item #88
Large octavo (21 x 29 cm). 72 pages of mimeographed typescript with one portrait. Text in Russian. Wear to wrappers and spine. Spine extremities frayed. Still a very good copy.
Mitropolit Serafim (1883-1950) [Karl Georg Albert Lade] was a bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. In 1905 he moved to Russia where he married a Russian woman. In 1930, with the permission of the Soviet government, as a German citizen, he left for Germany, where he publicly admitted that he was an agent of the OGPU (Secret police). He died on September 14, 1950 in a hospital from injuries inflicted on him by two unknown persons under unclear circumstances.
OCLC shows only one copy in Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary (Jordanville, NY).