Piotr Shabelsky-Bork


Piotr Shabelsky-Bork

Piotr Nikolaevich Shabelsky-Bork (1893-1952) was one of the two assassins responsible for the death of Vladimir Dmitrievich Nabokov. The intended target was Pavel Miliukov, a leader of the "Kadets", but when Nabokov attempted to stop the assassination, he was shot twice and died instantly. For the crime, Shabelsky-Bork received a sentence of fourteen years imprisonment, but was released shortly after commencing his sentence.

He was born in the Caucasus. His father was a wealthy landlord. His mother was a member of the Union of the Russian People, in which she played a leading role. She was an editor of a Black Hundreds periodical published in St. Petersburg.

Shortly upon his release from prison he befriended Alfred Rosenberg, the Nazi so-called philosopher.

He was an important promoter, in the 1920's, of the notorious Protocols of Zion. He was a friend of Fyodor Viktorovich Vinberg, with whom he collaborated a founded a yearbook, Luch Sveta (meaning "A Ray of Light"). In the third issue of this periodical (May 1920) the complete text of the 1911 edition of Sergei Nilus's book is published.

References

*Warrant for Genocide:by Norman Cohn:(London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1967):pp. 90, 139-140, 155-156, 184

*L'Apocalypse de notre temps; les dessous de la propagande allemande d'après des documents inédits:by Henri Rollin:(Paris: Gallimard, 1939):pp. 153 seq.

*L'Apocalypse de notre temps: les dessous de la propagande allemande d’après des documents inédits:(Paris: Editions Allia, 1991):ISBN 2904235329

*Russia and Germany, A Century of Conflict:by Walter Laqueur:(Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1965):pp.109 seq.

ee also

*October Revolution


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