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Does the World Need A New Decree Of Peace? – Part VI

Dear Readers: Today we finish reviewing this post by Dmitry Lyskov.  Where we left off, we saw that the new Bolshevik-led government, with its official Decree of Peace, hastened to fulfill a decade-old promise it had made … NOT to … Continue reading

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Does the World Need A New Decree Of Peace? – Part V

Dear Readers: Continuing to review and work through this post by Dmitry Lyskov, concerning Russian history of 100 years ago.  Lyskov has done a good job in countering historical revisionism, often of the hysterical brand, e.g., “Lenin hated Russia and … Continue reading

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Does the World Need A New Decree Of Peace? – Part IV

Dear Readers: Continuing to review and work through this post by Dmitry Lyskov. Where we left off in our previous episode, we were attending the Seventh Congress of the Second Socialist International in Stuttgart Germany, where we were having a … Continue reading

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Does the World Need A New Decree Of Peace? – Part III

Dear Readers: Continuing with  this post by Dmitry Lyskov, who has been writing great pieces in VZGLIAD about the Russian Revolution(s) and ensuing Civil War. Where we left off yesterday,we saw that ordinary Russian peasants did not always “get” the … Continue reading

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Does the World Need A New Decree Of Peace? – Part II

Dear Readers: So, after yesterday’s Intro, let us get started with  this post by Dmitry Lyskov, who has been writing great pieces in VZGLIAD about the history of events from 100 years ago. As Lyskov mentioned, the Decree of Peace … Continue reading

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Does the World Need A New Decree Of Peace? – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I start a new series, based on this post by our old friend Dmitry Lyskov from VZGLIAD.  Lyskov has written a stunning series of historical posts about the events of 100 years ago.  In which he subtly … Continue reading

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