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Inventory of the Chasovoi records
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Description
The collection relates to the publication of Chasovoi, a Russian émigré periodical published in Paris; Russian émigré affairs; Russian nationalism, monarchism and anti-communism; and events in the Soviet Union since World War I. It consists of correspondence, serial issues, clippings, brochures, histories, other writings, and photographs.
Background
The Chasovoi was a prominent anti-Bolshevik White émigré military journal printed in France, later in Belgium. The records were collected by Vasilii Vasil'evich Orekhov, a Russian military and social activist, who was the editor of Chasovoi. The journal covered the activities of the Russkiĭ Obshche-Voinskiĭ Soiuz (ROVS), Rossiĭskoe Natsional'noe Ob"edinenie (RNO), and other Russian White émigré organizations.
Extent
4 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box. (3 linear feet)
Restrictions
For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Availability
Collection is open for research.