A rare copy of Karl Marx’s ‘Das Kapital’ (written in the original German) ‘fell’ from the top shelf leading to a freak accident – struck Mr Smith a debilitating blow to the fore-head – leading to unconsciousness, hospitalisation, coma and finally oblivion! The representatives of Mr Smith’s estate would like to emphasise that despite the unfortunate events surrounding his demise – Mr Smith was in no way a ‘Marxist’ and did not endorse any revolutionary ideology or method of social transformation! He is survived by a Whippet and a rather odd reputation.
LPR: Cavalry Front-Saddle and Saddle-Pad of Marshal K. E. Voroshilov (USSR)
After the February Revolution of 1917, he was a Member of the Petrograd Soviet of Workers’ and Soldiers’ Deputies, a Delegate to the Seventh (April) All-Russian Conference and the Sixth Congress of the RSDLP (b). From March 1917 – Chairman of the Lugansk Committee of the Bolsheviks, from August – the Lugansk Council and the City Duma (until September 1917).
The ‘Socialism’ of HG Wells
As Joseph Stalin correctly pointed-out in his interview with HG Wells in 1934 – Wells was certainly NOT a ‘common man’! He was of the
Soviet History: The Embalming of Lenin’s Body – Fact and Fiction (1924)
Joseph Stalin scared the bourgeois capitalists more than any other Communist (Marxist-Leninist) leader who has ever lived – who had been ‘voted’ into the positioned
Russian Guard Protocol – Soviet Eternal Flame – Kremlin
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Joseph Stalin: ‘Not One Step Backwards!’ – Special Order No, 227 (28.7.1942)
On 28th July, 1942, Joseph Stalin – as People’s Commissar of Defence – signed Special Order No. 227. Under its familiar name of ‘ни на шаг назад’ (Ni Na