Baron Rosen recounts his experiences as a diplomat.
Table of Contents
27. The First Duma 28. Stolypin and the Agrarian Question 29. Assassination of Stolypin 30. Forebodings of a European War 31. Pan-Slavism 32. The Principle of Nationalities 33. On the Brink 34. Earl Loreburn’s Views 35. The Question of Mobilization 36. Goremykin is succeeded by Stuermer 37. Foreign Influences in Russia 38. First News of the Revolution 39. Korniloff’s Rising and its Failure 40. Bolshevism INDEX OF NAMES
Baron Roman Romanovich Rosen was a diplomat in the service of the Russian Empire. After the Bolshevik takeover in November 1917 October Revolution and the subsequent persecution of the old political and social elites, Rosen and his family managed to escape from Russia with the help of Western diplomatic friends in the end of the year 1918. He spent his last years in poverty, working as a translator and business consultant