My Visit To The Kremlin

My Visit To The Kremlin Makhno s account of his interviews with the Bolshevik leaders Lenin and Sverdlov in June He was not impressed

  • Title: My Visit To The Kremlin
  • Author: Nestor Makhno Kate Sharpley Library
  • ISBN: 9781873605356
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Makhno s account of his interviews with the Bolshevik leaders Lenin and Sverdlov in June 1918 He was not impressed.

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    1. Anarcho Communist peasant turned guerrilla leader.At first Makhno and his men fought against the Russian white army and supported the Bolshewiks But later attempted to found a an anarchist society in a territory in the Ukraine Which lasted for 2 years before the Soviet Union took it over.In 1921 he was forced into exile and Makhno died in 1934 in France.Makhno is also considered to be the developer of the Tachanka a horse drawn machine gun platform

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    1. Short booklet by the Ukranian anarchist peasant Nestor Makhno really points out the narrow visions and sectarianism of the bolshewik leaders in that time In the epilogue a short bit about the accusations of antisemitism towards Makno.


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