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Register of the V. V. Fedulenko papers
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Speeches and writings, and miscellany, relating to Russian participation in World War I, the Russian Civil War, and Russian émigré affairs.
V. V. Fedulenko was born in Kazan' on 22 February 1894. He graduated from the Alekseevskoe voennoe uchilishche in December 1914, was commissioned as an officer and sent to the front. Demobilized in January 1918, he returned to Kazan', where he joined the White Army in September of that year. He remained in its ranks until his evacuation from Vladivostok in October of 1922 with the flotilla of Admiral Iu. K. Stark.
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