Alexander Kerensky Museum

Alexander Fyodorovich Kerensky (1881-1970) was the last President of Russia before the Bolshevik coup d’état of October 1917 (often referred as ‘old’ Russia or ‘that’ Russia to distinguish it from Russia of the Soviet and Post-Soviet times).

Kerensky governed the State for only 109 days (from July 8 to October 25, 1917), often associated with the same Hundred Days of Napoleon in 1815.

It is still believed that Kerensky would lead Russia to the era of freedom and justice, something of a golden age, which would be a breakthrough into the civilized world – that has been destroyed by the Soviet regime and never recovered again.

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Alexander Kerensky Museum
2nd Floor, 145-157 St.John Street
Greater London


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