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A Contribution to the History of the National Programme in Austria and in Russia

Auhtor: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Language: english
Published: 1915

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political,  revolutionary,  social history
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Summary of the Book 'A Contribution to the History of the National Programme in Austria and in Russia':

Vladimir Lenin was a Russian revolutionary leader and theorist who presided over the first government of Soviet Russia and then that of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Lenin was the leader of the radical socialist Bolshevik Party (later renamed the Communist Party) which seized power in the October phase of the Russian Revolution of 1917. After the revolution Lenin headed the new Soviet government that formed in Russia. He became the leader of the USSR upon its founding in 1922. Lenin held the highest post in the Soviet government until his death in 1924 when Joseph Stalin assumed power.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Contribution to the History of the National Programme in Austria and in Russia':


... M. Published according to the text in Put Pravdy Translated from the Russian by Bernard Isaacs and Joe Fineberg Edited by Julius Katzer Public ...
... Commons License ? ? A CONTRIBUTION TO THE HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL ...
... on which its members reside, shall constitute an autonomous group which shall quite independently administer all its national (language and cultural) ...
... autonomy (otherwise called extra-territorial). The state is to perpetuate the delimitation of nations in educational and similar affairs, ...
... it, on principle, was advanced by Preussler, who said: The proposals tabled by comrades Kristan and Ellenbogen would result in chauvinism being perpetuated ...
... of his book (1907) to proving that cultural-national autonomy for the Jews could not be demanded. ? ? We would mention on this issue that ...
... associations within the state. ? ? In Russia, as it happens, all the Jewish bourgeois parties (as well as the Bund, which actually follows in their ...
... nationalist vacillations were formally and unequivocally condemned long ago by the Second (1903) Congress, which flatly rejected the amendment moved ...
... not the only ones to condemn them. The Caucasian Mensheviks were also emphatically condemned by the Menshevik Plekhanov, who described their decision ...
... the fact that they have unwisely submitted to the hegemony of the Bund. ? ? Besides the Jewish bourgeois parties, the Bund and the liquidators, ...
... the February and the summer conferences of Marxists in 1913 emphatically condemned the petty-bourgeois and nationalist idea of cultural-national autonomy.* ...
... the Central Committee of the R.S.D.L.P. and Party Functionaries and Resolutions of the Summer, 1913, Joint Conference of the Central Committee of the ...
... denied the revolutionary class struggle, and tried to keep the Byelorussian people away from the Russian revolutionary working class. These attempts ...
... groups who joined the whiteguards and foreign interventionists in an active struggle against the Soviets. ? ? Dashnaktsutyun?a bourgeois-nationalist ...
... forming the zinvors squads. ? ? On the eve of the 1905-07 Revolution this party transferred its activities to the Caucasus and aligned ...
... into a counter-revolutionary bloc with the Mensheviks, S. R.s and Musavatists against the Bolsheviks. In 1918-20 the Dashnaks stood at the head ...
... help of the Red Army, the working people of Armenia overthrew the Dashnak government in November 1920. With the victory of the Soviets the Dashnaktsutyun ...
... Great October Socialist Revolution the S. F.s, together with the Georgian Mensheviks, the Dashnaks and Musavatists, organised a counter-revolutionary ...
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... Lenin : A Draft Programme of Our PartyVladimir Ilyich Lenin : A Comparison of the Stolypin and the Narodnik Agrarian ProgrammesS'o (Alone), published ...