Red Russia: The Triumph of the Bolsheviki. Book I-II
- Public Domain Mark 1.0
- Russian Revolution, Bolshevism, October revolution, Bolsheviks, Lenin, Trotsky, fekkow travellers
ohn Reed was an American journalist who published his eyewitness account of the October Revolution, 'Ten Days that Shook the World', in 1919. Along with his wife Louise Bryant, Reed travelled to Russia in August 1917 and would witness detailed events of the revolution, including the storming of the Winter Palace. He became known to many leaders of the revolution including Trotsky and Lenin, and for a short while he held status as the Soviet Consul for New York. Red Russia: The Triumph of the Bolsheviki presents his articles, written for The Liberator, the publication started in 1918 by Max Eastman and his sister Crystal Eastman to provide, among other things, a platform for publishing John Reed's reporting on the Bolshevik Revolution. The Liberator continued the political and labor writing of its predecessor, The Masses as well as its emphasis on art, poetry, and fiction. In fall 1922 the Communist Party took over the publication of the magazine, and two years later it merged with other Party periodicals, becoming the Workers' Monthly.
London: The Workers’ Socialist Federation, 1919. — 26 p.
London: The Workers’ Socialist Federation, 1919. — 35 p.
- 2022-07-31 09:32:13
- tesseract 5.1.0-1-ge935
- -l eng
- Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.7.0
CHOCR Uplevel BACK
EPUB Uplevel BACK
FULL TEXT Uplevel BACK
HOCR Uplevel BACK
OCR PAGE INDEX Uplevel BACK
OCR SEARCH TEXT Uplevel BACK
PAGE NUMBERS JSON Uplevel BACK
PDF Uplevel BACK
SINGLE PAGE PROCESSED JP2 ZIP Uplevel BACK
Uploaded by Some place else on