Golubev, Vasily Semenovich( writer)
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Biography Golubev, Vasily Semenovich
(d. 1911). While a student at St. Petersburg University, Golubev during the student uprisings of 1887, Mr.. was expelled from St. Petersburg to Novgorod. Upon completing Golubev, on charges of propaganda among the workers, was sent to Eastern Siberia, where he lived until 1894, Mr.. In return, he lived first in Smolensk, where he worked in the Smolensk Gazette, then moved to Saratov, where he entered the service Zemstvo. Starting with the department of education, he soon took over and the general conduct of affairs of the Zemsky at the office, as secretary and editor of Zemskaya Week ", which, thanks to him, soon acquired a reputation as a reliable authority obschezemskogo. In 1904 - 08 years, settled in Petersburg, where he led the department in the newspaper "Our Life", then "Comrade". As an official editor of "National Economy", released in early 1906. instead of the forbidden "Our Life", was sentenced to prison. Since 1908. was a member of the editorial board "Zemskov case.