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THE RETURN TO RUSSIA
TRIAL, EXILE, ESCAPE
PREPARING FOR A NEW REVOLUTION
THE BEGINNING OF THE WAR
PARIS, AND ZIMMERWALD
MY EXPULSION FROM FRANCE
IN A CONCENTRATION CAMP
CONCERNING SLANDERERS
FROM JULY TO OCTOBER
THE DECIDING NIGHT
“TROTSKYISM” IN 1917
NEGOTIATIONS AT BREST-LITOVSK
A MONTH AT SVIYAZHSK
THE DEFENSE OF PETROGRAD
THE MILITARY OPPOSITION
RELATIONS WITH LENIN
LENIN’S ILLNESS
THE CONSPIRACY OF THE EPIGONES
LENIN’S DEATH AND THE SHIFT OF
THE DEPORTATION
THE PLANET WITHOUT A VISA
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My Life by Leon Trotsky

My Life by Leon Trotsky

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My Life - An attempt at an autobiography is the name of the Russian revolutionary Communist leader Leon Trotsky's autobiography. The book was first published in 1930 and was written in the first year of Trotsky's exile in Turkey. It covers the time from his youth, through the Revolution of 1905, the Revolution of 1917, the Russian Civil War up to his struggle against Stalinism and eventual expulsion from the Communist Party.

The Russian/Soviet historian Dmitri Volkogonov claims that Trotsky's "My Life, must hold pride of place as a work of remarkable self-analysis, as well as imaginative history. Although he wrote it at the relatively early age of forty-eight, soon after his deportation, his life up to then had been eventful enough to merit recording."
My Life - An attempt at an autobiography is the name of the Russian revolutionary Communist leader Leon Trotsky's autobiography. The book was first published in 1930 and was written in the first year of Trotsky's exile in Turkey. It covers the time from his youth, through the Revolution of 1905, the Revolution of 1917, the Russian Civil War up to his struggle against Stalinism and eventual expulsion from the Communist Party.

The Russian/Soviet historian Dmitri Volkogonov claims that Trotsky's "My Life, must hold pride of place as a work of remarkable self-analysis, as well as imaginative history. Although he wrote it at the relatively early age of forty-eight, soon after his deportation, his life up to then had been eventful enough to merit recording."

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