Memoirs About my Father Stolypin
Maria P. Bock-Stolypin
Peter Stolypin was the progressive prime minister in the Czar’s government who called for thorough reforms of land and agriculture when he was assassinated by a radical terrorist. Stolypin was the only hope of the reformists on the eve of WW I. His murder put an end for political moderation and expectations for future reforms.
His daughter presents the only family memoirs about this central figure in the pre-revolutionary Russia. An important contribution to the documentary material of Russian history.