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  • New paperback 208 pages.
  • Pathfinder Press 2016.
  • First published 1979.
  • ISBN: 9780873488839.

A revolt flared at the Kronstadt naval base in Soviet Russia in early March 1921. The Bolshevik government suppressed it after ten days of bitter fighting. The young Soviet Republic had just emerged from a long, hard-fought civil war. The masses were hungry, tired, and dissatisfied with the harsh war measures.

The name Kronstadt has become an epithet thrown at revolutionary Marxists by a spectrum of anti-communists. This book, which contains all the most important statements on Kronstadt by Lenin and Trotsky, constitutes the authoritative answer to the critics of the Bolshevik course.

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Author Leon Trotsky and V.I. Lenin
Author Leon Trotsky and V.I. Lenin
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