Victor Serge

Victor Serge (1890–1947) was born Victor Lvovich Kibalchich to Russian anti-czarist exiles. A precocious anarchist firebrand, he was sentenced to five years in a French penitentiary in 1912. Expelled to Spain in 1917, he participated in an anarcho-syndicalist uprising before leaving to join the revolution in Russia. Detained for more than a year in a French concentration camp, Serge arrived in St. Petersburg early in 1919 and joined the Bolsheviks, serving in the press services of the Communist International. 


ARTICLES FEATURING VICTOR

The End Commands the Means: Victor Serge’s Memoirs of a Revolutionary


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