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Member of the Left Republican group. A collection of Chauvin's papers for the years 1918-53 has been deposited by his widow in the Departmental Archives of Eure. These concern his activity as Mayor of Evreux, as Deputy for Eure and as Councillor of the Republic. They comprise mainly press cuttings and printed material concerning elections, proceedings of the Assembly and Senate, and the Radical Party. 36 CHERNOV, Viktor Mikhailovic (1873-1952) Russian leader and theoretician of the Social Revolutionary (SR) Party.
Editor-in-Chief of the SAP central organ Sociai-Demokraten (1886-92, 1896-1908 and 1911-17). Member of Parliament 1896-1925. Chairman of the SAP Group 1906-20, 1921 25 and 1924. Minister of Finance 1917-18. Prime Minister 1920, 1921-3 (also Foreign Minister) and 1924-5. Active in the Second International and the League of Nations. Nobel Peace Prize 1921. A large collection of Hjalmar Branting's papers for the years 1868-1925 is in the ARAB, Stockholm. This comprises his extensive correspondence (including letters from Bark, Elpidin, Lavrov, Lenin, Vecheslov and Weiidel), as well as notebooks, manuscripts, newspaper cuttings, pamphlets, books and other material concerning his political and journalistic activity.
Alfredo (fl. 1882-1920) Italian militant socialist. The papers covering the period 1882 to 1920 are in the Feltrinelli Institute, Milan. Part of this archive has been published in L. Briguglio, II Partito Operaio Italiano e gli anarchici (Rome: 1969). CASPARSSON, Ragnar (1893-1978) Swedish syndicalist and later social democratic trade unionist. At first worker in a rolling mill. Collaborator on the anarchist paper Brand and on the Syndikalisten 1911-21. Editorial Secretary of the syndicalist paper Arbetaren 1922-8.