Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 12

A citizens group in Ulyanovsk (formerly Simbirsk)wants the body of 1917 Russian Provisional Government leader AleksandrKerensky returned from New York for reburial in his native city, Trudreported April 27. The organizers said that they were concerned thatsupporters of V.I. Lenin, another native son, might protest this move and hadasked New York to send national guard units to defend the grave until theyear 2000. Trud reported this under its rubric “exclusive rumors.” Copyright (c) 1995 – The Jamestown Foundation

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