Boris Viktorovich Savinkov ( Russian: Борис Викторович Савинков; 31 January 1879 – 7 May 1925) was a Russian Empire writer and revolutionary. As one of the leaders of the Fighting Organisation, the paramilitary wing of the Socialist Revolutionary Party, Savinkov was involved in the assassinations of several high-ranking ...
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Boris Viktorovich Savinkov, revolutionary who violently opposed both the imperial and the Soviet regimes in Russia. He wrote several pseudonymous novels based on his career as a terrorist. Savinkov joined the Socialist-Revolutionary Party in 1903 and was a leader of its terrorist organization.
Boris Savinkov, 1910s; photograph from the records of the Okhrana, the Russian imperial secret police In the late 1870s, a new type of hero arose in Russia. “Upon the horizon there appeared a gloomy form, illuminated by a light as of hell…with lofty bearing, and a look breathing forth hatred and defiance,” explained Sergei Stepniak in ...
Boris Savinkov as the Deputy Defense Minister of the Russian Provisional Government, 1917. When revolution swept across Russia in 1917, Savinkov returned home and ultimately became Deputy War Minister in the Provisional Government led by Alexander Kerensky. He would fight against the Bolshevik dictatorship, teaming up with western allies and ...
September 13, 2021 Last week, Koerner Fellow Vladimir Alexandrov released his most recent publication: To Break Russia’s Chains: Boris Savinkov and His Wars against the Tsar and the Bolsheviks.
Boris Viktorovich Savinkov was a Russian Empire writer and revolutionary. As one of the leaders of the Fighting Organisation, the paramilitary wing of the Socialist Revolutionary Party, Savinkov was involved in the assassinations of several high-ranking imperial officials in 1904 and 1905.
Boris Viktorovich Savinkov (1879-1925) Boris Savinkov was born in Kharkov to a privileged family. In 1897, as a law student at Saint Petersburg State University, he acquired a reputation for being an enthusiastic political activist, a dandy, a ladies' man.
While today only specialists in modern Russian history and literature are likely to recognize Savinkov's name, in his day he was an international celebrity, feted in the pages of leading European and American newspapers for a lifetime of resistance to both tsarist and Bolshevik tyranny.
To Break Russia’s Chains: Boris Savinkov and his Wars against the Tsar and the Bolsheviks. By Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Pegasus Books. 2021. xiv+562 pp. $29.95. ISBN 978–1–64313–718–6.