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A biography of the man who led the Russian Revolution of 1917, created the first socialist state, and became Russia"s first Communist leader.
|Series||Immortals of history|
|LC Classifications||DK254.L4 L59|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||69013450|
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London, New York. Get this from a library. Lenin, genius of revolution. [Douglas Liversidge] -- A biography of the man who led the Russian Revolution ofcreated the first socialist state, and became Russia's first Communist leader.
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Lenin: genius of revolution by Liversidge, Genius of revolution. book 2 editions; First published in genius of revolution. book Subjects: Juvenile literature; People: Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin (). Lenin: The Genius genius of revolution. book the Revolution Joseph Stalin.
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The remainder of the book works through standard marxist categories Lenin analysis in evidencing this thesis. The key concern is that the "actuality of the revolution" is the "core Lenin Lenin's thought" (11).
This means that theory is transformed into praxis by the dialectical revolutionist/5. Note from the Lenin Internet Archive Lenin wrote The State and Revolution in August and Septemberwhen he was in hiding from persecution of the Provisional Government.
The need for such a theoretical work as genius of revolution. book was mentioned by Lenin genius of revolution. book the second half of Vladimir Lenin bibliography. Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (22 April [O.S.
Lenin 10 April] – 21 January ) was a Russian communist revolutionary, politician and political theorist. He served as head of government Lenin the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic fromand of the Soviet Union from until his death.
Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (22 April – 21 January ), better known genius of revolution. book his alias Lenin, was genius of revolution. book Russian revolutionary, politician, and political theorist. He served as Alma mater: Saint Petersburg Imperial University.
Lenin and the Russian Revolution covers the events in Russia leading up to the revolution in and the establishment of the Bolshevik Government. Lenin the Dictator This ebook list for those who looking for to read Lenin the Dictator, you can read or download in PDF, ePub or Mobi.
Indispensable though Lenin's personal intervention was, the story of the October Revolution should not be turned into the myth of a lone genius.
Lenin succeeded because his appeal, while bypassing. Readers should know that this book not only covers Lenin's life, but also the history of the Russian Revolution inand the theory of Marxism and Communism.
Those who are not familiar with these subjects may find the book difficult to read since it assumes a /5(6). Lenin was a revolution. He lived and breathed and died for it. Born in in the sleepy Volga town of Simbirsk, he died in at the age of 53 having changed the course of history throughout the world.
What was the genius that enabled Lenin to create and sustain a revolution that constantly hovered on the brink of utter chaos. It was his incredible strength of will and personality, his.
Another genius of Lenin was that the first decrees of the Soviet government were Decree on Peace and Decree on Land. The country was 85 percent peasant, soldiers on the fields of world war II were the same peasants, so these two decrees were the main dream of people.
Endnotes. Lenin wrote The State and Revolution in August and Septemberwhen he was in hiding from persecution of the Provisional need for such a theoretical work as this was mentioned by Lenin in the second half of It was then that he wrote his note on "The Youth International", in which he criticised Bukharin's position on the question of the state and promised to.
"Lenin's Tomb" is an extraordinary confluence of observation, hard work, knowledge and reflection; a better book by a journalist on the withdrawing roar of the Soviet Union is hard to imagine. It is constructed as a history of the years of Mr. Remnick's tour, from to. Review of Vol. THE SECOND half of Harding’s Lenin’s Political Thought deals with Lenin’s political life from the outbreak of the First World War to his death in This is a fitting point to pick up the thread of the story, because, as Harding argues, the outbreak of the imperialist war in marked a turning point both in the international workers’ movement and of Lenin’s.
Speaking about Lenin’s genius, we cannot avoid at least mentioning his attitude toward religion. Induring a discussion with Leonid Krasin he spun wisdom for the generations to come Author: Vassily Aksyonov. Vladimir Lenin. Ap Simbirsk, Russia Janu Gorki, Russia. Political leader, revolutionary.
Vladimir Lenin was one of the most influential political leaders of the twentieth into a Russia that still had one foot in the Middle Ages (a.d. ), he led a political movement that became the revolution that created the Soviet Union. A missing thread throughout the book is Lenin’s adaptable approach to organizational forms and his tactical genius.
This, I think, is because Lih operates on the idea that since Lenin’s life was guided by one unchanging idea, the “heroic scenario” centered on working-class leadership in the popular revolution, he never really shifted.
THE GENIUS OF REVOLUTION Lenin was born for revolution. He was, in truth, the genius of revolutionary outbreaks and the greatest master of the art of revolutionary leadership. Never did he feel so free and happy as in a time of revolutionary upheavals. Balancing between works presenting Ulyanov as either a demon or a god, Service's Lenin is a flawed genius who is committed to his revolution by whatever methods are required.
The book is very readable and avoids getting too bogged down in details or petty party squabbles, while keeping the reader informed about the serious controversies and /5(85).
The traditional and generally accepted view of Lenin is that he had a great ability to grasp the potentialities of a situation and twist them to his own benefit to be able to maximize his power, which is why the word genius might be used lightly. Lenin was merciless when it came to being an instinctive politician and practitioner of revolution.
In her fascinating book Forgotten Lives: The Role of Lenin’s Sisters in the Russian Revolution, Katy Turton complains of what she calls “the solar system myth,” characterizing many accounts (by Lenin worshippers and haters alike), picturing Lenin as “the sun in the planetary system in the Ulyanovs,” around which the others orbited in.
Robert Henderson’s new book The Spark That Lit the Revolution, adds another dimension to this debate. As a former curator of the British Library’s Russian collection, Henderson examines Lenin’s six visits to London between and As the book shows, London’s East End became a hotbed for revolutionary thinking.
Lenin’s efforts to unite the emigree social democratic factions in the lead up to the Revolution failed, and though he spoke (for the first time!) at mass rallies in Russia during the Author: Justin Theodra.