[in 2 issues.]. Paris: Alon, 1964. Iss. 1. P. 1 and 2: P. 1: [Memoirs written in a solitary cell of a special Department prison of CHeKa (Extraordinary commission) in 1920]; P. 2: [Diaries]. - 246,  p.; 24x16, 5 cm; Iss. 2. Part 3: [Memories]. - 86,  p., 1 p. portr.; 24x15, 5 cm. Both issues in publishing covers. Minor tears of spine. Memoirs and diaries of the outstanding Russian historian, publicist and political figure Sergei Petrovich Melgunov (1879-1956), prepared for publication by his widow, Praskovya Evgenievna Stepanova-Melgunova (1882-1974). The memories are valuable because they make readers informed about the events in Moscow's social and political life of the early 1920s, which are not sufficiently covered even in the emigrant press. First edition.