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Yelensky, Boris (1925-1973) | Arquivo Histórico-Social / Projecto MOSCA

Nome: Yelensky, Boris (1925-1973)
Nome Completo: Boris Yelensky

Nota Biográfica: Born in Krasnodar, Russia 1889, died in 1974; anarchist propagandist; secretary of the Anarchist Red Cross, Chicago c. 1913-1917; went to Russia after the October Revolution, active in the factory committee movement in Novorossijsk; left Russia in 1922; secretary of the Russian Political Relief Committee 1924-1925, the Chicago Aid Fund 1925-1936 (from 1932 forming a section of the Relief Fund of the International Working Men's Association (IWMA) for Anarchists and Anarcho-Syndicalists Imprisoned and Exiled in Russia) and the Alexander Berkman Aid Fund (ABAF) 1936-1957; founder and secretary of the Free Society Group (FSG) Chicago c. 1923-1957 and of many committees and funds initiated by both the FSG and the relief funds, e.g. the Maximoff Memorial Publication Committee; published in Golos Truženika Chicago, Golos Truda New York, the Yiddish Fraye Arbeter Shtime New York/Philadelphia and Freier-Gedank.

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