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Leon Trotsky

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This concise look at the life of Trotsky begins with his first meeting with Lenin in exile, in 1902, and ends with Trotsky's assassination in Mexico, in 1940. Ideological and practical conflicts with the other major personalities of the Russian revolution are detailed, and a brief descriptive bibliography of Trotsky's key writings is included.


My Life

Author: Leon Trotsky
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This priceless historical document features firsthand accounts from top levels of leadership in the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917, chronicling the struggle to establish a dictatorship of the proletariat.


Leon Trotsky

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A clear-eyed exploration of the career of Leon Trotsky, the tragic hero who "dreamed of justice and then wreaked havoc," by a leading expert on human rights and the former Soviet Union


Leon Trotsky the Post Soviet School of Historical Falsification

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"Leon Trotsky (1879-1940) ranks among the greatest and most controversial figures in the political history of the 20th century. During his lifetime, he was the target of a vicious campaign of lies orchestrated by the Stalinist regime in the Soviet Union, which culminated in the assassination of the exiled revolutionary leader. In this essay, David North subjects Robert Service's 'Trotsky' -- the latest addition to the post-Soviet School of Historical Falsification -- to a detailed analysis and critique."--Publisher's website.


In Defense of Leon Trotsky

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History of the Russian Revolution

Author: Leon Trotsky
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'The greatest history of an event I know' - C.L.R. James Regarded by many as among the most powerful works of history ever written, The History of the Russian Revolution offers an unparalleled account of one of the most pivotal and hotly debated events in world history. This book presents, from the perspective of one of its central actors, the profound liberating character of the early Russian Revolution. Originally published in three parts, Trotsky's masterpiece is collected here in a single volume. It is still the most vital and inspiring record of the Russian Revolution ever published.


Leon Trotsky

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There are few more divisive names in history than the Soviet communist Leon Trotsky. To some, he was a betrayer, a hypocrite, and a totalitarian, and yet to many others he was a revolutionary of high esteem, who battled an outdated, oppressive dynasty and helped to usher in a new political era, and whose name became a political moniker: trotskyist. Whether colored by disdain or admiration, one thing is certain: Trotsky was one of the most important figures of the twentieth century. In Leon Trotsky, Paul Le Blanc delves deep into Trotsky’s life and relationships to reveal and make sense of his complex character and decisive actions. Interweaving dramatic historical events with examinations of Trotsky’s multi-faceted personality, he offers incisive views of the key facets of Trotsky’s life: his involvement with Soviet bureaucracy, the Spanish Civil War, and the rise of Hitler in the years before World War II. Illuminating Trotsky’s personal and political struggles and achievements, this balanced portrait will be invaluable to history students or anyone interested in the extraordinary lives that made up the twentieth century.


Leon Trotsky and the Art of Insurrection 1905 1917

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First published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Essential Trotsky Routledge Revivals

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When Lenin died and the Russian Revolution began to devour its leaders, Trotsky survived longer than most as an exile in Mexico, until his assassination in 1940. The Essential Trotsky, first published in 1963, demonstrates the significance of this innovative and radical thinker’s contribution to the Bolshevik success, the magnetism of his personality, and also a certain tragic heroism discernible throughout his life. The History of the Russian Revolution to Brest-Litovsk was written immediately after the events it describes, when Trotsky was attending the negotiations that extracted Russia from the First World War; The Lessons of October, an answer to his opponents in 1924, matches Lenin in power of analysis; and Stalin Falsifies History, written in 1927, presents the beginning of the distorting process by which Stalin secured his position, and defeated a range of attitudes, many more benign than his own, towards the future of the Revolution. This is a fascinating reissue that will be of value to students with an interest in early-twentieth century Russia, the Russian Revolution and the writings of Trotsky more generally.


Surviving Leon Trotsky Untold Story

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What if Trotsky's life long partner Natalya Sedova was a writer just like Leon was Then Natalya, living her live with such an interesting man had an incredible story to tell! At the beginning of the Last Century, young Leo Trotsky travels abroad, escaping Siberian Exile, to meet a radical revolutionary, V. Lenin. There Leo befriends a young Russian Noble woman Natalya Sedova. Leo continues his journey to Paris, where he and Natalya end up fundraising for Lenin. Natalya falls in love and hands over her heart to Leo. "Surviving Leon Trotsky" is a historical novel,Trotsky told through Sedova.