Biography of Ivan Chtcheglov
Ivan Vladimirovitch Chtcheglov 16 January 1933–April 21 1998) was a French political theorist, activist and poet, born in Paris to Ukrainian father and French mother.
Ivan was the son of Vladimir Chtchegloff, a revolutionary sentenced to two years imprisonment following the 1905 Revolution. After his release, Vladimir left the Russian Empire with his wife Hélene Zavadsky. After originally staying in Belgium for three years, the couple moved to Paris in 1910, where Vladimir continued work as a taxi driver. He was active in the CGT and involved in the 1911 drivers strike.