Tag Archives: Lev Kamenev

Biography of Bolshevik Leader Lev Kamenev

Dear Readers: In the year 2017 the Russian press is celebrating and re-living the 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution, one of the most momentous events in 20th-century history.  In revolutionary terms, we are up to the July Days. Recall … Continue reading

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“Always Alive” — How And Why Lenin was Mummified – Part I

Dear Readers: I found this interesting piece in Life News about a rather morbid topic – the mummification of V.I. Lenin.  The author is a man named Evgeny Antoniuk.  Here is a summary of his piece, including some of my … Continue reading

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Lenin’s “April Theses” – 99 Years Later – Part I

Dear Readers: Well, it seems like we are having a “Very Bolshie Week” here at the Avalanche.  Following straight on the heels of Lytternburgh’s monograph about the Stalin purges, I have this piece, which was published yesterday in VZGLIAD, on … Continue reading

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