RUSSIA: Battle for Life

In the days before the Revolution, one man haunted Russia—he was the arch-conspirator, Gen. Boris Savinkov.

One snowy day in Moscow, the Grand Duke Sergius was blown to pieces at the Kremlin gate—one Kalayev threw the bomb; but the man who engineered the plot was the arch-Terrorist, Gen. Boris Savinkov.

Three Ministers of the Tsar died violent deaths; and three men were hanged for their deeds. They and the girl, Fanny Kaplan, who came within an ace of killing Lenin in 1918, took their orders from the archfiend, Gen. Boris Savinkov....

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