Alexander Fyodorovich Kerensky (4 May [O.S. 22 April] 1881 – 11 June 1970) was a Russian lawyer and revolutionary who led the Russian Provisional Government and the short-lived Russian Republic for three months from late July to early November 1917.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Kerensky
Alexander Fyodorovich Kerensky (4 May [O.S. 22 April] 1881 – 11 June 1970) was a Russian lawyer and revolutionary who led the Russian Provisional Government and the short-lived Russian Republic for three months from late July to early November 1917.
Aleksandr Kerensky, moderate socialist revolutionary who served as head of the Russian provisional government from July to October 1917. When the Bolshevik Party seized power in the October Revolution, Kerensky went into hiding before escaping to western Europe and, ultimately, the United States.
Alexander Kerensky (1881-1970) was a Russian revolutionary and politician of liberal-socialist persuasions. In the eight months between February and October 1917, Kerensky was Russia’s most significant national leader, serving as justice minister, war minister and prime minister in the Provisional Government.
The provisional government, led first by Prince Georgy Lvov and then by Alexander Kerensky, lasted approximately eight months, and ceased to exist when the Bolsheviks gained power in the October Revolution in October [November, N.S.] 1917.
Alexander Kerensky, who led the first phase of the Russian Revolution in 1917 until he was overthrown in the Bolshe vik coup, died yesterday of arteriosclerotic heart disease at St. Luke's...
The Story of Alexander Kerensky at Hoover Featured in Sandstone & Tile. Hoover research fellow and Stanford historian Bertrand Patenaude has published "The Russian Revolution Comes to Stanford" in the latest edition of Sandstone & Tile. The article tells the fascinating history of Alexander Kerensky, the charismatic head of the Russian ...
KERENSKY, ALEXANDER (1881–1970) Leader during the February Revolution and prime minister of the Russian Provisional Government from July to October 1917. Alexander Fyodorovich Kerensky was born in Simbirsk (later Ulyanovsk), Russia, where his father was a schoolteacher and administrator.