Kerensky Aleksandr Feodorovich

Ke·ren·sky

 (kə-rĕn′skē, kĕr′ən-, kyĕr′yĭn-), Aleksandr Feodorovich 1881-1970.
Russian revolutionary who became prime minister of the provisional government (July 1917) after the abdication of Nicholas II but was overthrown by the Bolsheviks (October 1917) for his moderate policies.
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