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Viktor Mirolyubov
Russian editor and publisher

Viktor Mirolyubov

Viktor Mirolyubov
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Intro Russian editor and publisher
Was Journalist Singer Opera singer
From Russia
Field Journalism Music
Gender male
Birth 22 January 1860, Moscow, Russia
Death 20 October 1939, Saint Petersburg, Tsardom of Russia (aged 79 years)
Star sign Aquarius
Instruments:
Voice
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Biography

Viktor Sergeyevich Mirolyubov (Russian: Виктор Серге́евич Миролюбов, January 22, 1860, Moscow, Russian Empire, – October 26, 1939, Leningrad, USSR) was a Russian journalist, editor and publisher. Having started out as an opera singer (who up until 1897 performed, as V.Mirov, at the Bolshoi Theatre), he became widely known for his work as a head of Zhurnal Dlya Vsekh (Journal for Everyone, 1898–1906), originally a minor publication which he then bought out to turn into one of the leading literary Russian magazines of the time. In 1901 Mirolyubov became a co-founder (along with Dmitry Merezhkovsky and Zinaida Gippius among others) of the Religious-Philosophic Meetings (1901–1903).

After the 1917 Revolution Viktor Mirolyubov, encouraged and supported by Maxim Gorky (whom he became friends with in the early 1900s, while working for Znanie Publishers), remained in the Soviet Russia. He worked as an editor, later librarian, eventually became unemployed and died in poverty in 1939.

The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 14 Jun 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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