A Portrait of General A.A. Vlasov. Memoirs of a War Priest. Облик генерала Власова: Записки военного священника. Archpriest Alexander Kiselev (Прот. Александр Киселев). Alexander Nikolayevich Kiselev (1901-2001) was an Orthodox priest and a minister of the church of the Russian Liberation Army (ROA). Andrey Andreyevich Vlasov (1901-1946) was a Russian Red Army general. During World War II, he fought in the Battle of Moscow and later was captured attempting to lift the siege of Leningrad. After being captured, he defected to Germany and headed the Russian Liberation Army (Russkaya osvoboditel'naya armiya (ROA)). At the war's end, he changed sides again and ordered the ROA to aid the Prague uprising against the Germans. He and the ROA then tried to escape to the Western Front, but were captured by Soviet forces. Vlasov was tried for treason and hanged.
NY: Путь жизни, 1976. Softcover with dustjacket. 207 pages. Second edition, revised. Contains rare archival photos. Dustjacket has foxing and chipping. Rest of the book in very good condition. 1 copy only.