The Spark that Lit the Revolution

Lenin in London and the Politics that Changed the World

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An exploration of the formation of Lenin's political thought through the years he spent in London at the beginning of the 1900s.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Contents
Note on Transliteration and Calendars
Acknowledgements
Frontispiece
Introduction
Chapter 1 The Little Russian Island: The First Castaways
Chapter 2 'Lirochka' and Lenin - The Spark That Lit the Flame?
Chapter 3 1902-1903: Iskra and Shaping the Party
Chapter 4 1905: A Congress of Conspirators
Chapter 5 The London Congress of 1907 and the Triumph of Bolshevism
Chapter 6 Two Last Visits: 1908 and 1911
Postscript Apollinariya's Story
Appendix
Select Bibliography
Index

Om forfatteren

Robert Henderson is former Head of the Russian Archive at the British Library. He is author of numerous journal articles and book chapters in the field of Russian History and Honorary Research Associate at Queen Mary, University of London