How did Russia rise on a heavy hour

Eliseev, Nikolay Vasilyevich    
As the rise of Russia in a difficult time: [compilation / op. N. V. Eliseeva]. - [Petrograd, 1915]. - 32 liters. -
The typewritten text on both sides of the sheet.
Contains the works: How did Rus rise to a heavy hour? For his country. 1914; A spy in Calais. Long live France; The terrible sleep of Michel / the nightmare of Attila XX century /; The last day of Antwerp. Long live King Albert and the people a hero; The battle is in the air. The death of the first Russian aviator; The feat of a Russian woman. As Fyokla Ogurtsova 2 Germans took prisoner; Atrocities in Poland. Execution of the treasurer; The fall of Qing-dao. The feat of the Japanese captain Osawa. - On the 1st sheet of each piece included in the collection, the manuscript litter of the censor: Petrograd, February 20, 1915 Censor drama. op. [the signature is illegible], or a rectangular stamp with a censor's handwritten note: The General Directorate of Press Affairs submitted to the People's Theaters approved: Petrograd, February 20, 1915 Censor drama. op. [The signature is illegible]. On the 1st page of the essay "The Terrible Dream of Michel / Nightmare of Attila of the 20th Century /" stamp of a red color: It is considered inconvenient for the submission: Petrograd. February 20, 1915 Censor drama. op. [signature illegible].
Military performance in 8 parts. Each part can represent, at the request of the director, an independent play. The collection was completed on January 23, 1915 .
1. The First World War (collection). 2. The First World War - Fiction - 1914 - 1918. 3. Plays Russian - 19 - beg. 20th centuries.
BBK 84 (2Рос = Рус) 1
ББК 63.3 (2) 534-68
Electronic copy source: PB
Original storage: St. Petersburg. state. Theater. b-ka
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