Gennady Andreev-Khomiakov was imprisoned as a teenager in Soviet Russia in 1926 and released in 1935. During World War II, he was a German prisoner of war and did not return to the Soviet Union at war's end. He later served as coeditor of the Novyi Zhurnal (New Journal) and chief editor of Mosty (Bridges). Ann E. Healy is a lecturer at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and the author of Russian Autocracy in Crisis: 1905-1907. She is currently writing a book about the Jewish issue in U.S.-Russian relations.
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