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Peter Struve

Russian journalist

1870   -   1944

country of citizenship: Russian Empire, Soviet Union
native language: Russian
languages spoken, written or signed: Russian
educated at: Saint Petersburg State University, University of Graz
occupation: politician, economist, journalist, writer
position held: Member of the State Duma of the Russian Empire

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Peter (or Pyotr or Petr) Berngardovich Struve (Russian: Пётр Бернга́рдович Стру́ве; pronounced [pʲɵtr bʲɪrnˈɡardəvʲɪtɕˈstruvʲɪ]; 26 January 1870 in Perm – 22 February 1944 in Paris) was a Russian political economist, philosopher, historian and editor. He started out as a Marxist, later became a liberal and after the Bolshevik Revolution joined the White movement. From 1920, he lived in exile in Paris, where he was a prominent critic of Russian Communism.
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