Speeches and writings, correspondence, military documents, printed matter, and photographs relating to Russia in World War
I and to Russian émigré affairs.
General Georgiĭ Titovich Kii͡ashchenko was born in the town of Starodub in 1872. He was educated at the Chuguev Military School,
and his military career culminated with the rank of major general and the title of director of military transport in the Far
East in 1919. He was a participant in the Russian army's 1915 Lodz operation, about which he left notes for a lecture. In
San Francisco in the 1920s and 1930s, Kii͡ashchenko became an active participant in Russian Orthodox Church politics and the
émigré monarchist movement.
1 manuscript box, 2 envelopes, 3 microfilm reels
(0.8 Linear Feet)
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