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" Mr. Kennan, we may die in exile, and our children may die in exile, and our children's children may die in exile, but something will come of it at last. "
Bulletin - Page 52
1917
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New Outlook, Volume 123

1919
...About one-half of her life has been spent in Siberia. At the time of that parting she said to him : " Mr. Kennan, we may die in exile, our children may...exile, our children's children may die in exile, but some good will come of it." The Russian people owe a great debt of gratitude to George Kennan, for...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 38

Literature - 1889
...that she said to me were : " Mr. Kennan, we may die in exile, and our children may die in exile, and our children's children may die in exile, but something will come of it at last." I have never seen nor heard of Madame Breshkofskaya since that day. She has passed as...
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The Forum, Volume 58

United States - 1917
...she said to me were: — ' Mr. Kennan, we may die in exile, and our children may die in exile, and our children's children may die in exile, but something will come of it at last.' ' The press of the world gave columns of space to describing the wild scenes enacted within...
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Free Russia: The Organ of the English Society of Friends of Russian Freedom

Russia - 1892
...which could not be spoken of in public. But the Russian people hoped nevertheless. An exile had said to Kennan : " We may die in exile, our children may die...children may die in exile; but something will come of it." In seconding the resolution she commended the Society and its work to the earnest attention of...
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The New England Magazine, Volume 15

New England - 1897
...closed his lecture. He wrote in my album: " 'We may die in exile, and our children may die in exile, and our children's children may die in exile, but something will come of it at last.' (Last words spoken to me by Madame Breshkofskaya, an exiled Russian lady in Barguzin,...
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The Little Grandmother of the Russian Revolution: Reminiscences and Letters ...

Ekaterina Konstantinovna Breshko-Breshkovskai︠a︡ - Political prisoners - 1917 - 368 pages
...that she said to me were: 'Mr. Kennan, we may die in exile, and our children may die in exile, and our children's children may die in exile, but something will come of it at last.' I have never seen or heard of Madame Breshkovskaya since that day; but I cannot recall...
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The Birth of the Russian Democracy

Arkady Joseph Sack - Russia - 1918 - 527 pages
...that she said to me were : 'Mr. Kennan, we may die in exile, and our children may die in exile, and our children's children may die in exile, but something will come of it at last.' "* Breshkovskaya was kept in Siberia for twenty-three years, until 18%. Upon her return...
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The Birth of the Russian Democracy

Arkady Joseph Sack - Russia - 1918 - 550 pages
...that she said to me were : 'Mr. Kennan, we may die in exile, and our children may die in exile, and our children's children may die in exile, but something will come of it at last.' "• Breshkovskaya was kept in Siberia for twenty-three years, until 1896. Upon her return...
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THE BIRTH OF THE RUSSIAN DEMOCRACY

A. J. SACK - 1918 - 630 pages
...that she said to me were: 'Mr. Kennan, we may die in exile, and our children may die in exile. and our children's children may die in exile. but something will come of it at last.' "* Breshkovskaya was kept in Siberia for twenty-three years, until 1896. Upon her return...
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Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 9

Albert Bushnell Hart - World War, 1914-1918 - 1920
...hers will never lose its shining truth: "We may die in exile, and our children may die in exile, and our children's children may die in exile, but something will come of it at last." BIBLIOGRAPHY The Little Grandmother of the Russian Revolution. Reminiscences and Letters...
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