Victor Serge (1890-1947), born in Brussels, Belgium, was a Russian revolutionist, writer, translator, and journalist. He published his first article in 1908 for "Lé Revolté" and L'Anarchie," where he later became editor. During his early life, he spent most of his time joining various parties such as the anarchists, communists, and Bolsheviks. However, in 1928, he was expelled from the Communist Party and most of his writings began from this point forward. He wrote fiction and non-fiction novels and poems. His most famous non-fiction, revolutionary book is Memoirs of a Revolutionary.