A biographical sketch of Lichtenstad is possibile read here.
Héros et martyrs du communisme: Vladimir Ossipovitch, Lichtenstadt - Mazine - Victor Serge
Bullettin communiste 6 octobre 1921
Les révolutions sont surtout faites par les élites audacieuses et généreuses. Soutenue par les masses, une minorité d’initiative va de
Vladimir Osipovich Likhtenstadt (December 16.12.1882 - 15.10 1919) was a Russian revolutionary (SR-Maximalist, Menshevik, then member of the Russian Communist Party), translator.
Born into an educated Jewish family. His father was Iosif Moiseevich Lichtenstadt (1842-1896), writer and statesman; mother was Marina Lvovna Lichtenstadt (Großmann, 1857-1937), translator
Maria Alexandrovna Spiridonova (28.10.1884, Tambov — 11.9.1941, Medvedev Forest, near Orel) Leader of the Left Socialist Revolutionary Party. Born into a noble family of a collegiate secretary. Graduated from Tambov Gymnasium, joined the Social Revolutionary Organization in 1900 - 1901. Worked as an office clerk
Leon Trotsky - Social Democracy and Wars of Intervention in Russia, 1918-21 - (Pdf)
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Source: International Socialist Review, Winter 2016-17. Contains translated excerpts of Sapronov’s essay 'The Death-Throes of the Petty Bourgeois Dictatorship' (December 1931).
At the time of Lenin’s death in 1924, the USSR was struggling with profound contradictions. The attempts at spreading the revolution internationally to Germany, Hungary, and