Title: Vasilii Maklakov Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1881-1956
Collection number: 57005
Maklakov, V. A. (Vasiliĭ Alekseevich), 1870-1957
Collection Size: 25 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 envelope(11.9 linear feet)
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, diaries, and clippings, relating to
Russian foreign relations with France, the Bessarabian territorial question, the Russian
Revolution, and Russian emigres in France after the revolution.
Collection open for research.
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[Identification of item], Vasilii A. Maklakov Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution
Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1957.
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Also available on microfilm (26 reels).
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921.
Bessarabia (Moldova and Ukraine)
||Born, Moscow, Russia. Son of A. N. Maklakov, Professor at Moscow University
||Attended Moscow University. Was expelled for political activity but reinstated and received diploma in history
||Received law degree and began private law practice in Moscow Elected member of Moscow Law Society
||Elected as a representative of Moscow to Second State Duma and reelected to Third and Fourth Duma Active member of Kadet Party
||Appointed Russian Ambassador to France by the Provisional Government at which post he remained until France officially recognized
the Soviet Union
||Headed the Emigre Committee and Central Office in France dealing with all matters relating to Russian emigres in France and
the French Government Member of the Nansen International Office for Refugees in Geneva
Vlast' i Obshchestvennost' na zakate staroi Rossii
Rechi: sudebnyia, dumskiia i publichnyia lektsii,
||Died, Lausanne, Switzerland