Martzinkovski, Vladimir Ph. With Christ in Soviet Russia; A Russian Christian's personal experiences of the power of the Gospel in freedom and in prison in connection with the religious movements in U. S. S. R. Mount Carmel, Haifa, Palestine: The Author, 1933. First Edition.
Maroon cloth, spine faded, 5 x 7 1/2 inches, 364 clean pp., tight. Private library stamps on end papers and tp, Bible college library matter on the front end papers (lending slip, ink stamp, small paper label), spine of book is clean. Good. Hardcover. 
Vladimir Philimonovich Martzinkovski "an active Christian leader and writer who considered himself an Orthodox believer with nominal ties to the Orthodox Church at the time, agreed with Ivan Prokhanov’s idea of spiritual reformation of Russia (Sannikov, 1996). Martzinkovski had a good relationship with the leadership of Evangelical Christians and Baptists, and shared some of their views. Later on, he became an Evangelical Christian. He was the leader of the Christian Student Movement (Rus. Khristianskoye studencheskoye dvizheniye) and called that time 'the spring of the revolution' or 'the romance of the revolution' (Martzinkovski, 1929, p. 32). In his view, the revolution of the spirit meant that Russian society was in need of a revival. He believed that along with the change of the form of government, the revolution of the spirit should change a person from within. Only in this way would society undergo a lasting change." - Yuchkovski, A Comparison of the Evangelical Movement in Russia in the 1920s and the 1990s.