Memoirs, correspondence, and photographs, relating to the Russian Civil War, Russian émigré life in the Philippines, and guerrilla
activities in the Philippines during World War II.
Yvanoff was born in Kazan' on 20 January 1896. As an ensign (praporshchik) in the Russian army in 1917, he witnessed the collapse
of the front, and returned to Kazan', where he joined the anti-Bolshevik army in 1918. He remained with the Whites till his
evacuation from Vladivostok with Admiral Iu. K. Stark's flotilla in October 1922.
1 microfilm reel
(0.15 Linear Feet)
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