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(1920) [MARC] Author: Anatolij Nekljudov - Tema: War, Russia
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CHAPTER XXIV
REVOLUTION
The Hindu fakir; a theory of suggestion—The Revolution relieves the
conscience of our Allies and reassures them—Illusions—First alarming
revelations—Report of a Danish eye-witness—The Prikase No.
I—The real origin of those March days; the real situation in Russia—A
tragic dialogue—The Soviets supreme—Political exiles return to
Russia—Prince Kropotkin—“Madam demands her whole
paraphernalia”—A revolutionist of the old stamp—Early memories of
Moscow—Bolsheviks—An Armenian throws off his mask—Some dancers—The
army of treachery—Lenin and Trotsky pass into Russia—M. Keskula
states the Esthonian case—I am appointed Ambassador to
Madrid—Bad news from Petrograd—M. Kerensky, Dictator—His praiseworthy
efforts—Increasing dissolution—I leave Stockholm with a heavy heart
and scant hopes for the future
469-498
CHAPTER XXV
IN SPAIN AND IN EXILE
Journey from Stockholm to Paris—Brief revival of hopes and
illusions—Solemn reception of an Ambassador in Madrid—Stately
ceremonies—Generous step of King Alfonso XIII.—Two Queens—Reception by
the Marquis de Lema and M. Dato—Sad reflections—My
colleagues—Bird’s-eye view of Spain—Grievous news from Russia—I reconsider
my position—Journey to Paris; I am disgusted with all I see and
hear—I return to San Sebastian and send in my resignation to
Kerensky—Letter to M. Terestchenko—A well-advised counsellor—I go into
exile
499-521
Index 523-541

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