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At a Glance
Collection includes an untitled manuscript, a 712 page political tract, which deals with world events since 1914 in a strongly anti-Communist spirit; there are several drafts of a second treatise on a similar subject, which might have been intended by the author as a continuation of the first. This has been labelled "The Contemporary World Crisis." Also included are: multiple drafts of several shorter pieces on political-historical subjects; a few such pieces included in a single version only; a number of reports written to be delivered at emigre political congresses, chiefly those of the All-Russian National Union (Rossiĭskoe Nat︠s︡ionalńoe Obe̋dinenie); and some notes and jottings. For a list of the contents of each of the numbered stenographer's notebooks in which most of the manuscripts are written see the list compiled by Dmitrenko's literary executor, P. Sokolov, in Box 2.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Manuscripts and notes: Method of acquisition--Purchase; Date of acquisition--1966.
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Manuscripts and notes Accessioned 1966.
Manuscripts and notes Processed 08/--/81.
History / Biographical Note
Former advocate of the Moscow judicial okrug and political activist in the emigration.