I sit alone, slightly drunk. The wine returns my courage to me, sweet murk of life’s sleep, sensuality is a sense of smell and so forth, it is not so simple, there is some essence of earthly existence. In front of me there is a bottle of Nº24 spare. See more
With great interest Liubokonsky and I listened to the amazing news about the flight of KornilovCommander in Chief of the Petrograd command - from 18 March 1917 and the Bykhovo generals; together with a crowd, we read announcements printed in huge letters that have been posted at various stations. See more
Our position is becoming very difficult as, while it is impossible for our Government to yield to threats, it is very hard on our subjects, who have come here from the provinces on their way home, to be put to the expense of remaining on indefinitely. See more
Both Manikovski and Marushevski were arrested at 5 a.m. yesterday (Monday).
Manikovski’s offence is that when released by the Bolsheviks to take charge of the office of the Minister of War he sent a circular telegram telling his subordinates that they could only be removed from their posts with his consent. See more