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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: HAUS PUB], Born Lev Davidovich Bronshtein, Leon Trot sky (1879-1940) assumed his name in order to escape the work camps of Siberia in 1898. Born to a Russian-Jewish family in the Ukraine, he became the leading spokesman of the Russian revolution, the founder of the victorious Red Army of 1918-1921, and did more than anyone to create the early Soviet State. Yet despite being identified as Lenin's obvious successor, Trot sky was out-manoeuvered by Stalin. In the years that followed, he developed the first systematic critique of Stalin's dictatorship. In 1929, he and his wife were forced out of Russia, moving from Turkey, to France, and finally to Mexico, where he was brutally assassinated by a Spanish communist in 1940. Through a series of books including The History of the Russian Revolution, My Life, and The Revolution Betrayed, Trot sky established the possibility of a democratic socialism and the theory of permanent revolution, identifying the struggle against bureaucracy and complacency. Reputed to have been friends at one point with the Mexican revolutionary artists, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, his influence resonates beyond the political development of the twentieth century.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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Born Lev Davidovich Bronshtein, Leon Trotsky (1879-1940) assumed his name in order to escape the work camps of Siberia in 1898. Born to a Russian-Jewish family in the Ukraine, he became the leading spokesman of the Russian Revolution, the founder of the victorious Red Army of 1918-21, and did more than anyone to create the early Soviet State. Yet despite being identified as Lenin's obvious successor, Trotsky was out-maneuvered by Stalin. In the years that followed, he developed the first systematic critique of Stalin's dictatorship.In 1929, he and his wife were forced out of Russia, moving from Turkey to France, and finally to Mexico, where he was brutally assassinated by a Spanish communist in 1940. Through a series of books including The History of the Russian Revolution, My Life, and The Revolution Betrayed, Trotsky established the possibility of a democratic socialism and the theory of permanent revolution, identifying the struggle against bureaucracy and complacency. Reputed to have been friends at one point with the Mexican revolutionary artists, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, his influence resonates beyond the political development of the twentieth century. Trotsky Renton, David, Haus Pub.

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Francaise: GALLIMARD, 1953. 691pp. Couv Souple. Bon. 11cm x 18cm., GALLIMARD, 1953, United Kingdom: Haus Pub. NEW. 2004. Soft Cover. 8vo 1904341624 multiple NEW copies NO marks ...from the publisher "Born Lev Davidovich Bronshtein, Leon Trotsky (1879-1940) assumed a non-Jewish name in order to escape the work camps of Siberia in 1898. He became a leading spokesman of the Russian Revolution, a founder of the victorious Red Army of 1918-21, and did as much as anyone to create the early Soviet State. Yet he was outmaneuvered by Stalin to succeed Lenin, and in 1929, he and his wife were forced out of Russia, moving from Turkey to France and then to Mexico, where he was assassinated by a Spanish communist in 1940. A scholar of Fascism and Communism, Dave Renton looks at both Trotsky and his profound writings on democratic socialism and the betrayal of the Russian Revolution." TOPICS 1900-1949; Biography & Autobiography; Communism & Socialism; Europe; History; Non-Fiction; Political; Political Ideologies; Political Science; Russia; Russia & the Former Soviet Union ., Haus Pub, 2004

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Short biography of the founder of the Red Army later out-manoeuvered by Stalin. Leon Trotsky became the leading spokesman of Russian Revolution, and was the founder of the victorious Red Army of 1918-1921, and did more than anyone to create the early soviet state.Yet Trotsky was out-manoeuvred by Stalin in the struggle to succeed Lenin. In the years followed, he developed the firts systematic critique of Stalin's dictatorship. In 1929, he and his wife were forced out of Russia, moving from Turkey to France, and finally to Mexico, where he was brutally assassinated by a Spanish communist in 1940. biographies,communism and socialism,european,historical,history,ideologies and doctrines,international and world politics,leaders and notable people,political,politics and government Communism & Socialism, Haus Publishing

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Trotsky
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Renton, David

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Trotsky

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1904341624

Short of the founder of the Red Army later out-manoeuvered by Stalin

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781904341628
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1904341624
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2004
Editeur: HAUS PUB
180 Pages
Poids: 0,290 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1904341624

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
1-904341-62-4, 978-1-904341-62-8

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