Vladimir Mikhailovich Kirshon
Vladimir Kirshon, USSR Author, playwright.
Kirshon, Vladimir was born on August 6, 1902 in Nalchik, in the Northern Caucasus.
Graduated from Sverdlov University, Moscow.
During the Civil War, fought with the Reds, 1918-1920. One of most vocal exponents of radical communist views in the late 1920s-early1930s. Leader of RAPP. In his plays, praised the Stalinist type of ruthless political leader and glorified the collectivization campaign.
Became a victim of false accusations, and perished during the Stalin purges. Officially rehabilitated under Khrushchev, 1956.