Buenos Aires: Nasha strana, 1952. Octavo (19.5 × 14 cm). Original printed wrappers; 272 pp. With a portrait of Alexander I and of starets Fedor Kuz'mich. Wear and soil to wrappers, with one closed tear; text toned and with corrections throughout, most likely by the author. Item #2290
Zyzykin (1880-1960) was a Russian historian and legal scholar who resided in Sofia, Warsaw, and Argentina after leaving Russia in 1921. He frequented Monarchist circles and wrote for Solonevich's “Nasha strana.” Zyzykin wrote a number of works on the role and significance of Monarchist rule in Russia, as well as on religion and international human rights. Most likely one of 500 copies printed. Scarce in the trade.