Oslo: Universitetet i Oslo, Slavisk-Baltisk Institutt, 1983.
Stapled wraps. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #4904
Rear cover sun, light tone, otherwise slight wear. Crisp stapled paperback pamphlet. ; Russian language text. "After the Bolshevik revolution Milyukov left Petrograd and advised various leaders of the White Movement. After the Russian Civil War he emigrated to France, where he remained active in politics and edited the Russian-language newspaper Latest News (1920 - 1940). While living abroad, Milyukov was the object of several assassination attempts. In one attempt, his friend Vladimir Dmitrievich Nabokov, the father of famous novelist Vladimir Nabokov, was killed while shielding Milyukov from his attackers." - Wikipedia. ; Meddelelser; Vol. 32; 51 pages.