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Aleksandr Vasil'evich Bakhrakh

Aleksandr Vasil'evich Bakhrakh, USSR Journalist, author.

Background

  • Bakhrakh, Aleksandr Vasil'evich was born in 1902.

  • Career

    • Emigrated after the Civil War. Became known as a journalist and literary critic in the 1920s. Settled in Germany, and later in France.

      During World War II was hidden by Ivan Bunin from the Germans at his villa in Southern France. In the 1950s-60s worked at Radio Liberty in Munich. Wrote memoirs describing the literary life of Russian emigres in the West.

    Religion

    All religious orders impose irrational rules of good and bad behaviour.

    Views

    Individuals have rights to express freedom if it safeguarde the interests of a collective.

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    Born 1902
    Died 1985
    (aged 83)
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