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The unknown Lenin : from the secret archive

Autor: Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin; Richard Pipes; David Brandenberger; Catherine A Fitzpatrick
Editorial: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1996.
Serie: Annals of Communism.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Biografía : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Was Lenin a visionary whose ideals were subverted by his followers? Or was he a cynical misanthrope, even crueler than Stalin? This book, which contains newly released documents from the Lenin archive in Russia, lays bare Lenin the man and the politician, leaving little doubt that he was a ruthless and manipulative leader who used terror, subversion, and persecution to achieve his goals. Edited and introduced by the  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Archives
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Persona designada: Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin; Lenin; V I Lenin; Vladimir Iliitch Lénine; Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin
Tipo de material: Biografía
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin; Richard Pipes; David Brandenberger; Catherine A Fitzpatrick
ISBN: 0300069197 9780300069198 0300076622 9780300076622
Número OCLC: 34618150
Notas: Includes index.
Descripción: xx, 204 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contenido: Acknowledgments / Yury A. Buranov --
Political and Governmental Organizations --
Note on the Documents --
Lenin: A Biographical Sketch --
From the Secret Archive --
Patent of Nobility 12 December 1886 --
Transfer of Shmit Funds 21 February 1909 --
Draft Resolution November 1909 --
Shmit Legacy Receipt 13 November 1909 --
Telegram to Badaev 23 or 24 May 1914 --
Letter to Armand 7 June 1914 --
Letter to Armand Before 6 July 1914 --
Letter to Armand 16 July 1914 --
Letter to Armand Before 25 July 1914 --
Letter to Malinovsky 13 November 1915 --
Letter to Malinovsky 22 December 1915 --
Letter to Malinovsky 14 November 1916 --
Letter to Armand 26 November 1916 --
Letter to Armand 12 January 1917 --
Letter to Armand 19 January 1917 --
Letter to Armand 22 January 1917 --
Deposition About Malinovsky 8 June 1917 --
Remarks at Central Committee Meeting 15 November 1917 --
Message to Yuriev 26 March 1918 --
Exchange with Yuriev 9-10 April 1918 --
Exchange with Unidentified Person 5 June 1918 --
Cable About Ex-Tsar 16 July 1918 --
Conversation with Krasin 11 August 1918 --
Letter to Penza Communists 11 August 1918 --
Letter to Berzin 14 August 1918 --
Exchange with Chicherin 19 August 1918 --
Letter to Vorovsky 21 August 1918 --
Memo to Krestinsky 3 or 4 September 1918 --
Letter to Berzin 15-20 October 1918 --
Letter to Berzin 18 October 1918 --
Exchange with Kursky 26 November 1918 --
Telegram to Zinoviev 7 January 1919 --
Letter to Rozhkov 29 January 1919 --
Minutes of Eighth Congress 23 March 1919.
Título de la serie: Annals of Communism.
Responsabilidad: edited by Richard Pipes, with the assistance of David Brandenberger ; basic translation of Russian documents by Catherine A. Fitzpatrick.
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Lenin the man has become part myth arising from the tumult of the Russian Revolution and part image controlled by leaders of the Soviet Union. This work seeks to correct that myth and revise that  Leer más

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