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Lunacharskii, A., Martov, Iu
Revoliutsionnaia Rossiia: 1917 v Pis`makh A. Lunacharskogo i Iu. Martova
[ 1917: Private testimonies about the revolution in the letters of A. Lunacharskii and Iu. Martov]
Comp. and introd. by N.S. Antonova et al
2nd enl. and upd. ed
Moscow: AIRO-XXI, 2007
Serie: Pervaia publikatsiia
On May 13th, 1917, the Bolshevik Lunacharskii and the Menshevik Martov left their exile in Switzerland and set out for Petrograd through Germany. Lunacharskii left his wife Anna Lunacharskaia (Bogdanova, 1884-1959), Martov his girlfriend Nadezhda Kristi (1888-1920), who happened to live in the same house at Lake Leman. Both of men were dissidents within their parties. This is the second edition of the first full length academic publication of their letters with comments. They throw a new light on the failure of the two factions to find a compromise in the course of the Bolshevik revolution in 1917. Introductory articles by compilers (pp. 15 -126). Summary in German and English. Comments. Name index.
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