Vladimir Dmitrievich was born on January 30, 1909 in the Polish city of Czestochowa into a military family. Being at the age of 11, together with his family in 1920 he was evacuated from Sevastopol to Yugoslavia . From 1921 to 1927 he studied at the gymnasium in Belgrade. He entered the local university, but completed only one course and in 1928 he left for Paris, where he entered the Sorbonne. In 1931, Poremskii graduated from the university and received a scientific degree. A year later, he graduated from the Institute of Chemistry in the city of Lille with a degree in chemical engineering. Since 1930 he has been a member of the People's Labor Union. In the summer of 1934, Vladimir Poremskii became chairman of the French department of the NTS. Together with Arkadii Stolypin and Arsenii Gulevich , he was engaged in establishing contacts with the French elite through the Society of Friends of National Russia. It included senators Gothero and Lemery, Marshal Petain, General Weigand, writer Tarot, publicist Charles Ledre. In 1935, Poremsky met with the head of the ROVS , General Evgenii Miller, on issues of interaction between the union and the NTS.¹

From 1932 to 1939, Vladimir Poremskii worked in the research laboratory of judicial identification of the French Ministry of Justice in Paris. From 1939 to 1941 he worked at the Institute of Applied Chemistry.²

From 1941, Poremskii worked as a translator at the German Foreign Ministry. Then he worked in the Wustrau camp as a teacher of propaganda. In 1942 he met General Vlasov in Berlin. He brought Vlasov together with General Trukhin, one of the members of the NTS.³

A year later, Poremskii joined the Executive Bureau of the NTS. In June 1944 he was arrested by the Gestapo. Poremskii was kept in the Alexanderplatz prison in Berlin and in the Sachsenhausen camp. In April 1945, Vladimir Dmitrievich was released. But after the surrender of Germany, almost immediately he ended up in an English concentration camp, where he was until 1946. Until 1947, Poremskii was in the Menhehof camp for displaced persons near Kassel . Then he moved to Limburg -on-Lahn, where the Posev publishing house was located. He moved with his family to Frankfurt in 1952. From January 1955 to 1972 he was the chairman of the NTS. In the scientific community, he was well known for his work on molecular structures and spectral analysis. The "Molecular Theory" of the revolution in a totalitarian society glorified Poremskii, which he substantiated in the winter of 1948-1949. He also stood at the origins of the Moscow International Synergy Forum.⁴

Since 1992, he began to come to Russia often. Poremskii performed at the 50th anniversary of the Posev publication in December 1995 at the Tsvetaeva House in Moscow. He died on January 22, 1997 in Frankfurt am Main.
Vladimir Dmitrievich Poremskii (1909–1997)
Vladimir Dmitrievich Poremskii
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[2] Baidalakov, Viktor. Da vozvelichitsya Rossiya. Da gibnut nashi imena...Vospominaniya predsedatelya NTS 1930-1960 gg. 2002. pp. 83–84;
[3] Prianishnikov, Boris. Novopokolentsy. Multilingual Typesetting, 1986, pp. 165 https://vtoraya-literatura.com/pdf/pryanishnikov_novopokolentsy_1986__ocr.pdf.
[4] Kornilov, Aleksandr, and Anatolii Kinstler. “Pedagogicheskaia Intelligentsia i Dukhovenstvo Lageria Peremeshchennykh Lits Menkhegof.” Intelligentsia i Mir, no. 2, 2016, pp. 40–54, https://cyberleninka.ru/article/n/pedagogicheskaya-intelligentsiya-i-duhovenstvo-lagerya-peremeschennyh-lits-menhegof.
[5] Pushkarev, Boris. “Avtor: Poremskii Vladimir Dmitrievich.” Kollektsiia Russkogo Shankhaitsa, 2022, https://russianemigrant.ru/book-author/poremskiy-vladimir-dmitrievich.
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