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PAMPHLETS AND PERIODICALS OF RUSSIAN BUNDISTS, SOCIALISTS, & ANARCHISTS IN EXILE

Part I: A Sampling of 15 titles, 1902-1925



     
Nr. 32-36                                                Nrs. 39-46                                                                Nrs. 1-2

 

Dear Friends,

Welcome to our latest catalog of over 47 offerings from our stock of Russian pamphlets and periodical issues and runs.

These imprints represent various socialist, Bundist, and anarchist strains of thought. Some, like "Otkliki Bunda" (Responses Of The Bund, Nrs 1-2 below), are expressly Jewish; others include heavy Jewish content and authorship that simply reflect the large role played by the Bund and by other Jewish individuals and organizations in the Russian revolutionary movements of the time. 

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ОТКЛИКИ БУНДА. OTKLIKI BUNDA [RESPONSES of the BUND]


rus-3-159.jpg (150449 bytes)1. • ОТКЛИКИ БУНДА. OTKLIKI BUNDA [RESPONSES of the BUND]. Vols I—II. Nrs 1—5. March 1909—February 1911. 5 Issues. Complete, Full Run. Geneve,, 1909—1911. 2do. Vol I, Nr 1: 36 pages; Vol I, Nr 2: 36 pages; Vol I, Nr 3: 24 pages; Vol II, Nr 4: 32 pages, illustrated; Vol II, Nr 5: 20 pages. In Russian. Russian publication of the Emigre Bund committee. Started in March 1909, ceased with in February 1911. Vol I, Nr 1: a few items translated from Yiddish Bund publication "Shtimme fun Bund", discussion of the Azef affair, report on the 3rd congress of the Jewish socialist democratic party in Galicia; Vol I, Nr 2: accounts of Antisemitism and Jewish emigration from Russia; Vol I, Nr 3: discussion of the national autonomy issue in the program of the Russian Social Democratic party; Vol II, Nr 4: discussions of national autonomy, status of Yiddish language, Jewish emigration, a list of provocateurs in the party organizations; Vol II, Nr 5: report on the 8th conference of the Bund, obituary to Paul Zinger, founder of the German Social Democratic Party, discussion of Antisemitism in Poland. OCLC lists 5 sets worldwide (Harvard U., Library of Congress, U. Of Illinois, Indiana U., U. Of Pittsburgh) . All issues uncut in unused excellent condition (RUS-3-159-163) . (ID #17812) $200.00.

rus-3-163.jpg (169519 bytes)2. • ОТКЛИКИ БУНДА. OTKLIKI BUNDA [RESPONSES of the BUND]. Vols I—II. Nrs 2—5. Lacking Only the First Issue of March 1909. Individual Loose Issues. Geneve,, 1909—1911. 2do. Vol I, Nr 1: 36 pages; Vol I, Nr 2: 36 pages; Vol I, Nr 3: 24 pages; Vol II, Nr 4: 32 pages, illustrated; Vol II, Nr 5: 20 pages. In Russian. Russian publication of the Emigre Bund committee. Started in March 1909, ceased with in February 1911. Vol I, Nr 1: a few items translated from Yiddish Bund publication "Shtimme fun Bund", discussion of the Azef affair, report on the 3rd congress of the Jewish socialist democratic party in Galicia; Vol I, Nr 2: accounts of Antisemitism and Jewish emigration from Russia; Vol I, Nr 3: discussion of the national autonomy issue in the program of the Russian Social Democratic Party; Vol II, Nr 4: discussions of national autonomy, status of Yiddish language, Jewish emigration, a list of provocateurs in the party organizations; Vol II, Nr 5: report on the 8th conference of the Bund, obituary to Paul Zinger, founder of the German Social Democratic Party, discussion of Antisemitism in Poland. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Harvard U., Library of Congress, U. Of Illinois, Indiana U., U. Of Pittsburgh) . All issues uncut in unused excellent condition (RUS-3-159-163) . Price is per issue. (ID #17811) $50.00. 

ОБЩЕЕ ДЕЛО. OBSHCHEE DELO. LA CAUSE COMMUNE [COMMON CAUSE]

rus-9-32.jpg (192501 bytes)3. • Burtsev, Vladimir, editor. ОБЩЕЕ ДЕЛО. OBSHCHEE DELO. LA CAUSE COMMUNE [COMMON CAUSE]. NR 1. OCTOBER 15, 1909. Paris: Imp. "Union", 1909. Booklet. 4to. 16 pages. In Russian. The journal was founded in October 1909 by Vladimir Burtsev (1862-1942), prominent Russian revolutionary, an advocate of revolutionary terror, a "provocateur hunter" and a historian. Ceased in 1922. Includes an article on the relationship of the Tsar and Dubrovin (a leader of the Black Hundred) by Vladimir Burtsev. OCLC lists 5 possible holdings (some may be incomplete) . SUBJECT(S) : Russians -- France -- Newspapers, Paris (France) -- Newspapers, Saint Petersburg (Russia) - Newspapers. In excellent condition, ex-library stamp (Archives of the Bund in Russian) on title page (RUS-9-32-33/36-37) (ID #17577) $50.00.

4. • Burtsev, Vladimir, editor. ОБЩЕЕ ДЕЛО. OBSHCHEE DELO. LA CAUSE COMMUNE [COMMON CAUSE]. NR 1. OCTOBER 15, 1909. Paris: Imp. "Union", 1909. Booklet. 4to. 16 pages. In Russian. Includes an article on the relationship of the Tsar and Dubrovin (a leader of the Black Hundred) by Vladimir Burtsev. OCLC lists 5 possible holdings (some may be incomplete) . Slightly soiled, otherwise in excellent condition, ex-library stamp (Archives of the Bund in Russian) on title page (RUS-9-34-35). (ID #17561) $40.00. 

5. • Another Copy of Issue NR 1. OCTOBER 15, 1909. Wrinkled and torn with minor text loss, overall in fair condition (RUS-9-31) (ID #17560) $25.00. 

 


The Bund Exposes a Jewish Tsarist Agent!

rus-9-38.jpg (183746 bytes)6. • Burtsev, Vladimir, editor. ОБЩЕЕ ДЕЛО. OBSHCHEE DELO. LA CAUSE COMMUNE [COMMON CAUSE]. NR 2. NOVEMBER 15, 1909. Paris: Imp. "Union", 1909. Booklet. 4to. 16 pages, illustrated. In Russian. Announcement of the Central committee of the Bund warning that Bund member Isroel-Mikhel Kaplinskii is a secret agent of the Russian police, including his portrait. SUBJECT(S) : Russians -- France -- Newspapers, Paris (France) -- Newspapers, Saint Petersburg (Russia) -- Newspapers. OCLC lists 5 possible holdings (some may be incomplete). In excellent condition, ex-library stamp (Archives of the Bund in Russian) on title page (RUS-9-38-39, 42, 43, 45, 46) (ID #17578/9) $60.00. 

7. • Another Copy of Issue NR 2. NOVEMBER 15, 1909..Some edgewear, otherwise in excellent condition, ex-library stamp (Archives of the Bund in Russian) on title page (RUS-9-41). (ID #17562) $50.00. 

8. • Another Copy of Issue NR 2. NOVEMBER 15, 1909. Tear to title page with major text loss, other pages wrinkled, in fair condition, ex-library stamp (Archives of the Bund in Russian) on title page (RUS-9-44). (ID #17563) $20.00. 

 



rus-9-47.jpg (185147 bytes)9. • Burtsev, Vladimir, editor. ОБЩЕЕ ДЕЛО. OBSHCHEE DELO. LA CAUSE COMMUNE [COMMON CAUSE]. NR 3. JANUARY 15, 1910. Paris: Imp. "Union", 1910. Booklet. 4to. 16 pages. In Russian. Editorial "Anniversary of Shame and Blood" on 15th anniversary of Nicholas II coronation. SUBJECT(S) : Russians -- France -- Newspapers, Paris (France) -- Newspapers, Saint Petersburg (Russia) -- Newspapers. OCLC lists 5 possible holdings (some may be incomplete). In excellent condition, ex-library stamp (Archives of the Bund in Russian) on title page (RUS-9-47-50, 52-55) (ID #17580) $60.00. 

10. • Another Copy of Issue NR 3. JANUARY 15, 1910. Title page has minor wear and tear with no loss to the text, otherwise in excellent condition, ex-library stamp (Archives of the Bund in Russian) on title page (RUS-9-51). (ID #17564) $50.00. 

rus-9-59.jpg (172177 bytes)11. • Burtsev, Vladimir, editor. ОБЩЕЕ ДЕЛО. OBSHCHEE DELO. LA CAUSE COMMUNE [COMMON CAUSE]. NR 4. AUGUST 15, 1910. Paris: Imp. "Union", 1910. Booklet. 4to. 16 pages, illustrated. In Russian. Includes an article on police terror and provocateurs: "Azef, Gerasimov, Stolypin" by Vladimir Burtsev. SUBJECT(S) : Russians -- France -- Newspapers, Paris (France) -- Newspapers, Saint Petersburg (Russia) -- Newspapers. OCLC lists 5 possible holdings (some may be incomplete). In excellent condition (RUS-9-59, 60, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69). (ID #17582) $40.00. 

12. • Another Copy of Issue NR 4. AUGUST 15, 1910. In excellent condition, with stamp of the Archives of the Bund (in Russian) on title page (RUS-9-56, 57, 58, 61, 62, 63). (ID #17565/83) $35.00. 

13. • Another Copy of Issue NR 4. AUGUST 15, 1910. Title page is slightly torn with no text loss, otherwise in excellent condition (RUS-9-67). (ID #17566) $30.00. 

БЫЛОЕ. ЖУРНАЛ, ПОСВЯЩЕННЫЙ ИСТОРИИ РУССКОГО РЕВОЛЮЦИОННОГО ДВИЖЕНИЯ. BYLOE. ZHURNAL, POSVIASHCHENNYI ISTORII RUSSKOGO REVOLIUTSIONNOGO DVIZHENIIA [A JOURNAL FOR HISTORY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT]

rus-9-1.jpg (146191 bytes)14. • БЫЛОЕ. ЖУРНАЛ, ПОСВЯЩЕННЫЙ ИСТОРИИ РУССКОГО РЕВОЛЮЦИОННОГО ДВИЖЕНИЯ. BYLOE. ZHURNAL, POSVIASHCHENNYI ISTORII RUSSKOGO REVOLIUTSIONNOGO DVIZHENIIA [A JOURNAL FOR HISTORY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT]. 4 issues from Vol I: Vol I, Nr 1 (January 1906) Vol I, Nr 3 (March 1906); Vol I, Nr 6 (June 1906); Vol I, Nr 9 . (September 1906). St. Petersburg: Byloe, 1906. Paperback. 4to. In Russian. Vol I, Nr 1: IV, [2], 328 pages, ill; Vol I, Nr 3: [2], 338 pages, illustrated; Vol I, Nr 6: [2], 192 pages, illustrated; Vol I, Nr 9: iv, 308, [4] pages, illustrated. The journal was founded in 1906 by Vladimir Burtsev (1862-1942), prominent Russian revolutionary, an advocate of revolutionary terror, a "provocateur hunter" and a historian. In 1906 together with historians Vasilii Bogucharskii and Pavel Shchegolev he started a journal Byloe, and edited it untill spring 1906) . After the suppression of Byloe in October 1907, it was superseded by Nasha strana (1 issue, 1907), by Viestnik istorii I literatury (1 issue, 1907, including index to Byloe, 1906-07), and Minuvshie gody (no. 1-12, 1908) . Not to be confused with: Byloe (Paris, France : 1900), published 1900-1904, 1908-1910, 1912-1913, 1933. Vol I, Nr 1: includes police reports and court proceedings of the Alexander II assassination trial (1882); Vol I, Nr 3: includes excerpts from court testimonies by A. Zheliabov, N. Kibalchich and S. Perovskaia at the Alexander II assassination trial (1882); Vol I, Nr 6: includes unpublished contemporary account of the assassination of the Emperor Paul I by Runich; Vol I, Nr 9: includes personal account of the police chief Sergei Zubatov and his activity by M. Gots. SUBJECT(S) : Soviet Union -- History -- Periodicals. Vol I, Nr 1: some edgewear due to brittle acid paper with no loss to the text, cover is extensively torn with no loss to the text, mended with plastic tape; overall very good; Vol I, Nr 3: some edgewear and browninig due to acid paper, minor tears to cover with no loss to the text, cover mended wth plastic tape, overall in very good condition; Vol I, Nr 6: some edgewear and browninig due to acid paper, minor tears to cover with no loss to the text, incomplete issue (end is missing: last page is 192), physically in very good condition; Vol I, Nr 9: some edgewear and browninig due to acid paper, minor tears to cover with no loss to the text, cover mended wth plastic tape, overall in very good condition (RUS-9-1, 2, 3, 8). (ID #17591) $200.00. 

rus-9-7.jpg (139215 bytes)15. • БЫЛОЕ. ЖУРНАЛ, ПОСВЯЩЕННЫЙ ИСТОРИИ РУССКОГО РЕВОЛЮЦИОННОГО ДВИЖЕНИЯ. BYLOE. ZHURNAL, POSVIASHCHENNYI ISTORII RUSSKOGO REVOLIUTSIONNOGO DVIZHENIIA [A JOURNAL FOR HISTORY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT]. NR 8, 1908. Paris: No Publisher,, 1908. Paperback. 4to. 160 pages, illustrated. In Russian. Includes serial publication of "Revolutionary profiles" by Boris Savinkov portraying Maximilian Shveitser and Dora Brilliant. The volume has no cover, excellent condition, previous owner's inscriptions (Ilia Rabkin in Russian) on several pages, the issue may be incomplete, last page is 160 (RUS-9-7). (ID #17574) $50.00. 

 

 

 


rus-9-5.jpg (120018 bytes)16. • БЫЛОЕ. ЖУРНАЛ, ПОСВЯЩЕННЫЙ ИСТОРИИ РУССКОГО РЕВОЛЮЦИОННОГО ДВИЖЕНИЯ. BYLOE. ZHURNAL, POSVIASHCHENNYI ISTORII RUSSKOGO REVOLIUTSIONNOGO DVIZHENIIA [A JOURNAL FOR HISTORY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT]. NR 11-12, JULY-AUGUST 1909. Paris: No Publisher,, 1909. Paperback. 4to. 192 pages, illustrated. In Russian. Includes personal account of Gapon affair (1905) by Rutenberg along with his reports to the Central Committee of the Socialist Revolutionary party. The volume has no cover, uncut pages, almost unused excellent condition, small ex-library stamp (Bund Archives in Russian) on the front fly page (RUS-9-5/6) (ID #17592) $60.00. 

 

 

 

rus-9-4.jpg (149579 bytes)17. • БЫЛОЕ. ЖУРНАЛ, ПОСВЯЩЕННЫЙ ИСТОРИИ РУССКОГО РЕВОЛЮЦИОННОГО ДВИЖЕНИЯ. BYLOE. ZHURNAL, POSVIASHCHENNYI ISTORII RUSSKOGO REVOLIUTSIONNOGO DVIZHENIIA [A JOURNAL FOR HISTORY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT]. NR 14, 1912. Paris: No Publisher,, 1912. Paperback. 4to. 208 pages, illustrated. In Russian. Includes a photograph of Alexander Ulianov (Lenin's elder brother) who was executed in 1887 for Alexander III assassination attempt.The volume has almost no cover (a piece of back cover with major tear but no text loss enclosed with the issue), otherwise in excellent condition, previous owner's stamp (N. Slutzky, 26 Jefferson St., New York City in English) on the back cover (RUS-9-4). (ID #17575) $50.00. 

 

ИСКУССИОННЫЙ ЛИСТОК. DISKUSSIONYI LISTOK [DISCUSSION LEAFLET]

rus-9-92.jpg (200547 bytes)18. • ДИСКУССИОННЫЙ ЛИСТОК. DISKUSSIONYI LISTOK [DISCUSSION LEAFLET]. NR 1. MARCH 6, 1910. NR 2. JUNE 24, 1910. NR 3. MAY 29, 1911. COMPLETE, NO MORE ISSUED. Paris : Izd. TS. K., 1910-1911. Booklet. 4to. In Russian. Nr 1: 8 pages; Nr 2: 30 pages; Nr 3: 26 pages. Published with irregular frequency by the Central Committee of the Russian Socialist Democratic Party. Three issues were published in 1910-1911. Nr 1: "Journalist's notes" by Lenin criticising the party's minority including writer Maxim Gorky; Nr 2: "Journalist's notes" by Lenin on unification of the Russian socialist democrats, polemics against Leon Trotsky and Bund; Nr 3: "Historical meaning of the struggle among the factions inside the party" by Lenin. SUBJECT(S): Rossiiskaia sotsial-demokraticheskaia rabochaia partiia. OCLC lists only 2 holdings worldwide (Yale & Indiana U) . All issues stamped "Archiv Bunda" in Russian on front, All in excellent condition, though Nr 1 shows a bit of edgewear & browning (RUS-9-70-92 (ID #17584) Scarce complete set. $325.00.  (9-92)




rus-9-70.jpg (192949 bytes)19. • ДИСКУССИОННЫЙ ЛИСТОК. DISKUSSIONYI LISTOK [DISCUSSION LEAFLET]. NR 1. MARCH 6, 1910. (ONLY OF ONLY THREE ISSUES PUBLISHED) . Paris : Izd. TS. K., 1910. Booklet. 4to. In Russian. 8 pages; Contents: "Journalist's notes" by Lenin criticising the party's minority including writer Maxim Gorky. SUBJECT(S): Rossiiskaia sotsial-demokraticheskaia rabochaia partiia. OCLC lists only 2 holdings worldwide (Yale & Indiana U) . Stamped "Archiv Bunda" in Russian on front. Bit of edgewear & browning, otherwise Excellent Condition. (RUS-9-70-92) (ID #17567) $100.00. 

 

 

 

 

 

rus-9-80.jpg (187345 bytes)20. • ДИСКУССИОННЫЙ ЛИСТОК. DISKUSSIONYI LISTOK [DISCUSSION LEAFLET]. NR 2. JUNE 24, 1910 (ONLY, OF 3 ISSUES PUBLISHED) . Paris : Izd. TS. K., 1910. Booklet. 4to. In Russian. 30 pages. Contents of Nr 2: "Journalist's notes" by Lenin on unification of the Russian socialist democrats, polemics against Leon Trotsky and the Bund. SUBJECT(S): Rossiiskaia sotsial-demokraticheskaia rabochaia partiia. OCLC lists only 2 holdings worldwide (Yale & Indiana U) . Samped "Archiv Bunda" in Russian on front, cellent condition. (RUS-9-70-92). (ID #17585) $100.00. 

 

 

 

 

 

ГОЛОС СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. GOLOS SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [VOICE of SOCIAL-DEMOCRACY]

rus-2-213-golos-sd.JPG (651699 bytes)21. • ГОЛОС СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. GOLOS SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [VOICE of SOCIAL-DEMOCRACY]. Nrs 1—26. & Suppliment to Nrs 15-17 & 24. COMPLETE RUN. Geneve And Paris. 1911. Paper wrappers, Small Folio. Each issue is 12 to 32 pages. Some issues are illustrated. In Russian. Golos Sotsial-Demokrata began publication in February 1908 in Geneva and was then published in Paris from 1909-1911, ceasing in December 1911 with Nr. 26. Includes: editorial "After the Storm" on the results of the 1905 Russian Revolution, materials on the trial of the Social-democratic deputies of the II Duma (Nr. 1-2); articles on the party activities in Poland, Georgia, Holland, obituary to Georgii Gershuni, and essay on the 25th anniversary of Karl Marx's death by Georgii Plekhanov (Nr. 3); materials about the May day celebration across the Europe, report on the activity of the Bund (Nr. 4-5); editorial on Russian colonialist expansion to Persia, materials on the activity of the Bund (Nr. 6-7); editorial on Leo Tolstoy's influence on social and spiritual developments in Russia, materials on the activity of the Bund (Nr. 8-9); editorial on the Balcan crisis (Nr. 10-11); editorial on the Azef affair, report on the First Feminist congress in Russia (Nr. 12); editorial on the May day celebration (Nr. 13); editorial on the development of labor legislation in Russia (Nr. 14); editorial on the visit of Tsar Nicholas II to Europe (Nr. 15); polemics on Liquidators faction (opposition to underground struggle) in the Russian social-democracy, materials on activity of the Bund (Nr. 16-17); polemics with Georgii Plekhanov, the patriarch of the Russian social-democracy, on the issue of Liquidators faction discussed in Nrs. 15-17 (Supplement to Nrs. 15-17); editorial on the government crisis in Russia (Nr. 18); editorial on the legal forms of labor movement in Russia (Nr. 19-20); article "Goals of the women workers in their struggle against prostitution" (Nr. 21); editorial "Tzarism's 'victories' and proletariat's response" criticizing collaboration of liberals with the Tzarist regime (Nr. 22); editorial on the death of Leo Tolstoy and his legacy (Nr. 23); obituary to Paul Zinger, a prominent German social-democrat; supplement includes report on the Bund conference (Nr. 24); critical account of prime-minister Petr Stolypin's policy of "militant nationalism" (Nr. 25); report on the suicide of the French socialists Paul Lafarg and Laura Marx-Lafarg (Nr. 26). SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Periodicals. Socialism -- Russia -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide, some incomplete, some on microfilm. Generally Good+ to Very Good Condition. Scarce Complete Run. (RUS-2-195-214). Small Folio. Each issue is 12 to 32 pages. Some issues are illustrated. In Russian. Golos Sotsial-Demokrata began publication in February 1908 in Geneva and was then published in Paris from 1909—1911, ceasing in December 1911 with Nr. 26. Includes: editorial "After the Storm" on the results of the 1905 Russian Revolution, materials on the trial of the Social-democratic deputies of the II Duma (Nr. 1-2); articles on the party activities in Poland, Georgia, Holland, obituary to Georgii Gershuni, and essay on the 25th anniversary of Karl Marx's death by Georgii Plekhanov (Nr. 3); materials about the May day celebration across the Europe, report on the activity of the Bund (Nr. 4-5); editorial on Russian colonialist expansion to Persia, materials on the activity of the Bund (Nr. 6-7); editorial on Leo Tolstoy's influnce on social and spiritual developments in Russia, materials on the activity of the Bund (Nr. 8-9); editorial on the Balcan cricis (Nr. 10-11); editorial on the Azef affair, report on the First Feminist congress in Russia (Nr. 12); editorial on the May day celebration (Nr. 13); editorial on the development of labor legislation in Russia (Nr. 14); editorial on the visit of tzar Nicholas II to Europe (Nr. 15); polemics on Liquidators faction (opposition to underground struggle) in the Russian social-democracy, materials on activity of the Bund (Nr. 16-17); polemics with Georgii Plekhanov, the patriarch of the Russian social-democracy, on the issue of Liquidators faction discussed in Nrs. 15—17 (Suppllement to Nrs. 15—17); editorial on the government crisis in Russia (Nr. 18); editorial on the legal forms of labor movement in Russia (Nr. 19-20); article "Goals of the women workers in their struggle against prostitution" (Nr. 21); editorial "Tzarism's "victories" and proletariat's response" criticizing collaboration of liberals with the Tzarist regime (Nr. 22); editorial on the death of Leo Tolstoy and his legacy (Nr. 23); obituary to Paul Zinger, a prominent German social-democrat; supplement includes report on the Bund conference (Nr. 24); critical account of prime-minister Petr Stolypin's policy of "militant nationalism" (Nr. 25); report on the suicide of the French socialists Paul Lafarg and Laura Marx-Lafarg (Nr. 26) . SUBJECT(S) : Socialism -- Periodicals. Socialism -- Russia -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide, some incomplete, some on microfilm. Generally Good+ to Very Good Condition. Scarce Complete Run. (RUS-2-195-214). (ID #17809) $1,000.00.

22. • ГОЛОС СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. GOLOS SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [VOICE of SOCIAL-DEMOCRAT]. Loose Issues. Most issues above are available individually. Many are double issues. Generally Good+ to Very Good Condition. Price is Per Issue or Double Issue. (ID #17810) $25.00. 

FOUR PAMPHLETS by Kazak [sic], Kropotkin, & Lenin

23. • Kazak. ROMANOVY I ARMIYA., No Place (London?), Partiya Sotsialistov-Revolutsionerov, Izdaniye Tsentral'nogo Komiteta, 1913. Paper Wrappers, 12mo, 39 pages. In Russian. "Partiya sotsialistov-revolyutsionerov No.9." The Romanov's Army. "The Party of Socialist Revolutionaries (PRS or SRs) was the most widely supported of the Russian Populist organizations in the two decades preceding the overthrow of tsarism and the consolidation of Bolshevik rule in Russia. In 1917, the PSR became the most popular political party in Russia; several of its leaders occupied ministries in the Provisional Government, and it secured the largest block of sears in the Constituent Assembly. The failure of the PSR to secure an immediate peace and radical land reform led to a schism in the party and the defeat of both its wings at the hands of the Bolsheviks." (RA in Shukman, 1988, p. 84). OCLC lists no copies worldwide. Cover loose and repaired with tape, otherwise Good condition. (ID #16179) $150.00. 

24. • Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich, kniaz.' [Petra Kropotkina. Perevod pod redaktsiei avtora]. GOSUDARSTVO, EGO ROL' V ISTORII. 8vo, Zheneva [i.e. Geneva], Gruppa "Khlieb i volia," 1904. Paper Wrappers, 12mo, 75 pages. 17 cm. In Russian. This is the first separate appearance of Kropotkin's important essay on the state, and also its first appearance in his native Russian (The essay first appeared as a series of articles entitled "L'Etat: son rôle historique" in Les Temps nouveaux, December 19, 1896- July 3, 1897.) It was later translated and published in English as "The State: Its Historic Role" (London: Freedom Press, 1911). Kropotkin, in exile in Western Europe, "became the best-known propagandist in the international anarchist movement" and "participated in several attempts to direct anarchist propaganda into Russia….Kropotkin was and remains the most widely read anarchist writer, and his version of anarchist theory was the most influential contribution to the anarchist movement in Russia and elsewhere…" (Nicolas Walter in Shukman, 1988, pp. 334-335) OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Hoover, U of Kansas, Columbia). This is Alexander Granovsky's copy with his signature & bookplate. Granovsky was a leader of the Ukranian exile community in the US and was the founder, in 1941, of the Ukrainian Scientific Institute, which had a short life but was one of the forerunners of other efforts that followed World War II. He was a also a leader of the Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine and a world famous entomologist, activist and poet as well. From the English Translation: "First of all, let us be agreed as to what we wish to include in the term the State. There is, of course, the German school which enjoys confusing "State" with "Society". The best German thinkers, and many among the French, are guilty of this confusion because they cannot conceive of society without a concentration of the State; and because of this anarchists are usually accused of wanting to ``destroy society'' and of advocating a return to ``the permanent war of each against all.'' Yet, to argue thus is to overlook altogether the advances made in the domain of history during the last thirty-odd years; it is to overlook the fact that humans lived in Societies for thousands of years before the State had been heard of; it is to forget that so far as Europe is concerned the State is of recent origin---it barely goes back to the sixteenth century; finally, it is to ignore that the most glorious periods in history are those in which civil liberties and communal life had not yet been destroyed by the State, and in which large numbers of people lived in communes and free federations. The State is only one of the forms adopted by society in the course of history. Why then make no distinction between what is permanent and what is accidental? Then again the "State" has also been confused with "Government". Since there can be no State without government, it has been sometimes said that what one must aim at is the absence of government and not the abolition of the State. However, it seems to me that in State and government we have two concepts of a different order. The State idea means something quite different from the idea of government. It not only includes the existence of a power situated above society, but also of a "territorial concentration" as well as the "concentration of many functions of the life of societies in the hands of a few". It carries with it some new relationships between members of society which did not exist before the establishment of the State. A whole mechanism of legislation and of policing has to be developed in order to subject some classes to the domination of others. This distinction, which at first sight might not be obvious, emerges especially when one studies the origins of the State. Indeed, there is only one way of really understanding the State, and that is to study its historic development, and this is what we will try to do." Covers show edgewear & are tape-repaired at spine. Internally Very Good & Solid. (R-1-1). (ID #16178) $200.00. 

25. • Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich, Kniaz'. NRAVSTVENNYIA NACHALA ANARKHIZMA. [ANARCHIST MORALITY]. London, 1907. 1st Russian-Language Edition. Paper Wrappers, 12mo, 66 pages. 66 pages. In Russian. Translation of "Morale Anarchiste. " Series: Izdanie "Listkov Khlieb I Volia" No. 5. This is the first appearance in Kropotkin's native Russian. It was issued in English as "Anarchist Morality. " Kropotkin, in exile in Western Europe, "became the best-known propagandist in the international anarchist movement" and "participated in several attempts to direct anarchist propaganda into Russia.....Kropotkin was and remains the most widely read anarchist writer, and his version of anarchist theory was the most influential contribution to the anarchist movement in Russia and elsewhere..." (Nicolas Walter in Shukman, 1988, pp. 334-335) . SUBJECT(S) : Anarchism. Anarchists. Ethics. This is Alexander Granovsky's copy with his signature & bookplate. Granovsky was a leader of the Ukranian exile community in the US and was the founder, in 1941, of the Ukrainian Scientific Institute, which had a short life but was one of the forerunners of other efforts that followed World War II. He was a also a leader of the Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine and a world famous entomologist, activist and poet as well. " No copies on OCLC. Very Good Condition. A beautiful copy of this scarce Kropotkin title. (RAD-1-2) . (ID# 16477) $200.00

26. • Lenin, Vladimir Il’ich (N. Lenina); & Maslov, Petr. OB AGRARNOI PROGRAMMIE [&] OTVIET NA KRITIKU NASHEGO PROEKTA PROGRAMMY. Zheneva (i.e. Geneva), Izd. Ligi russkoi revoliutsionnoi sotsial’demokratii, 1903. 1st edition. Original paper Wrappers, 12mo, 42 pages. 19 cm. In Russian. Published by the Central Committee of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party in exile. SUBJECT(S): Land tenure -- Soviet Union. Agriculture -- Soviet Union. Peasantry -- Soviet Union. At head of title. "X. Zum Agrarprogramm. Lenin. Antikritik." Rossiiskaia sotsial’demokraticheskaia rabochaia partiia. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Yale & Hoover). No microfilm appears to be available for this work. Wear to covers, "Archiv Bunda" stamp & label on cover, good condition. (ID# 13604) $700.00

 

ЛИСТОК ГОЛОСА СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. LISTOK GOLOSA SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [A LEAFLET OF THE SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC VOICE]


rus-9-9.jpg (84597 bytes)27. • ЛИСТОК ГОЛОСА СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. LISTOK GOLOSA SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [A LEAFLET OF THE SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC VOICE]. NRS 1 - 6, (JUNE-JULY 1911 & FEBRUARY - JULY 1912) . COMPLETE. [Paris? ] : Imp. Gnatovsky, 1911-1912. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Nr 1: [4] pages; Nr 2: 20 pages; Nr 3: 16 pages; Nr 4: 11 pages; Nr 5: 15 pages; Nr 6: 31 pages. A publication of the Russian Socialist Democratic party. Six issues were published. Nr 1: An agenda of the meeting of legalized workers' organizations; Nr 2: Declaration of the Émigré committee of the Bund against break up of the Russian Socialist Democratic party; Nr 3: Carl Kautsky and Clara Zetkin demanding an audit and transfer of the party money (33, 000 francs) seized by Lenin; declaration of the Bund regarding All-Russian socialist democratic conference; Nr 4: a report on the conference of the Bund and socialist democratic organizations of Poland, Latvia, Lithuania and Transcaucasus; Nr 5: editorial in support of the Bund effort to unite Russian socialist democratic movement. SUBJECT(S) : Socialism. Socialism -- Russia. OCLC lists 8 holdings worldwide. Nr 1: some edgewear, in good condition Nr 2: uncut in excellent condition uncut in excellent condition, Nr 3: slightly soiled, in excellent condition, "Archiv Bunda" stamped on title page; Nr 4: slightly soiled, little tear to the final page with no text loss, in excellent condition, "Archiv Bunda" stamped on title page; Nr 5: in excellent condition, "Archiv Bunda" stamped on title page; Nr 6: minor tear to title and final pages, otherwise in excellent condition, "Archiv Bunda" stamped on title page; (RUS-9-9-22) . (ID #17571) Very Scarce Complete Run. $950.00. 

rus-9-10.jpg (86561 bytes)28. • ЛИСТОК ГОЛОСА СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. LISTOK GOLOSA SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [A LEAFLET OF THE SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC VOICE]. NR. 2 (JULY 1911), ONLY, OF 6 ISSUES PUBLISHED. [Paris? ] : Imp. Gnatovsky, 1911-1912. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. 20 pages. This issue includes the Declaration of the Émigré committee of the Bund against break up of the Russian Socialist Democratic party. Uncut in excellent with "Archiv Bunda" stamp on title page (RUS-9-10-14), (ID #17589) $100.00.

 

 

 


rus-9-16.jpg (87548 bytes)29. • ЛИСТОК ГОЛОСА СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. LISTOK GOLOSA SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [A LEAFLET OF THE SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC VOICE]. NR. 3 (FEBRUARY 1912), ONLY, OF 6 ISSUES PUBLISHED. [Paris? ] : Imp. Gnatovsky, 1912. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. 16 pages. This issue includes: Carl Kautsky and Clara Zetkin demanding an audit and transfer of the party money (33, 000 francs) seized by Lenin; declaration of the Bund regarding All-Russian socialist democratic conference. Slightly soiled, in excellent condition, "Archiv Bunda" on title page (RUS-9-16-18) (ID #17572) $100.00.

 

 

 


rus-9-15.jpg (85098 bytes)30. • ЛИСТОК ГОЛОСА СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. LISTOK GOLOSA SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [A LEAFLET OF THE SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC VOICE]. NR. 3 (FEBRUARY 1912), ONLY, OF 6 ISSUES PUBLISHED. [Paris? ] : Imp. Gnatovsky, 1912. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. 16 pages. This issue includes: Carl Kautsky and Clara Zetkin demanding an audit and transfer of the party money (33, 000 francs) seized by Lenin; declaration of the Bund regarding All-Russian socialist democratic conference. Minor tear to title page with some text loss, physically in good condition (RUS-9-15) (ID #17590) $65.00. 

 

 

 


rus-9-20.jpg (73682 bytes)31. • ЛИСТОК ГОЛОСА СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТА. LISTOK GOLOSA SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATA [A LEAFLET OF THE SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC VOICE]. NR. 5 (MARCH 1912) ONLY, OF 6 ISSUES PUBLISHED. [Paris? ] : Imp. Gnatovsky, 1912. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. 15 pages. Contents of Nr 5 include an editorial in support of the Bund effort to unite Russian socialist democratic movement. In excellent condition, "Archiv Bunda" stamp on title page (RUS-9-20-21) (ID #17573) $50.00. 

 

 

 

 

ОСВОБОЖДЕНИЕ. OSVOBOZHDENIE [EMANCIPATION]

rus-9-93.jpg (186943 bytes)32. • ОСВОБОЖДЕНИЕ. OSVOBOZHDENIE [EMANCIPATION]. Vols I—IV. Nrs 1—79. Complete. Stuttgart And Paris,, 1902—1905. 4to. Hard cover: card board and cloth. 516 pages. In Russian. Osvobozhdenie was founded and edited by Peter Struve (1870—1944), a prominent Russian liberal politician and philosopher. Struve started his political carreer as one of founding members of the Bolshevik party. In 1905 he joined a liberal Kadet (consitutional democrats) party and become one of its leaders. During the Russian Civil war he served as a minister in the White generals' governments of Gen. Vrangel and Gen. Denikin. After emigration from Russia in 1920 edited Russian newspapers in Prague and Paris and thaught at the Universities of Prague and Belgrade. Osvobozhdenie was published in Stuttgart from July 1, 1902—October 15, 1904, and in Paris from October 1904—October 18, 1905. This is a complete run of the journal bound in single volume. Many articles by Peter Struve, Paul Miliukov and other leaders of the Russian Constitutional Democrats Party. SUBJECT(S) : Russia -- Politics and government -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 21 copies worldwide, many incomplete, others possibly incomplete. Minor tear on spine, some edgewear, closely cut margins, title page of Vol I, Nr 1, 1902 is torn with minor text loss, overall in good condition (RUS-9-93). (ID #17819) $400.00. 

rus-9-94.jpg (98970 bytes)33. • Another Complete set, but with the first issue in facsimile only, laid in. (ID #17818) $350.00. 

34. • ОСВОБОЖДЕНИЕ. OSVOBOZHDENIE [EMANCIPATION]. Nrs 2—50. Stuttgart And Paris, 1903—1904. 4to. Hard cover: card board and cloth. 456 and 16 pages. There is more than half of the full run (49 out of 79 issues) of the journal bound in single volume.  Ex-library with early 20th Century Jewish Institutional stamps (RUS-9-94, RUS-2-167-168). (ID #17820) $200.00.

35. • ОСВОБОЖДЕНИЕ. OSVOBOZHDENIE [EMANCIPATION]. Loose Issues from Vol II: Vol II,  Nrs 1, 5—8, 10—13, 15, 17—20, 23—25. Stuttgart And Paris, 1903—1904. 4to. Booklets. 15 pages per issue. In Russian. These are single issues comprising about a half of the Vol. 2 of the journal. Vo II. Nr. 1: editorial on the Jewish emigration policy of the Minister of the Interior von Pleve. Other issues: many articles by Peter Struve, Paul Miliukov and other leaders of the Russian Constitutional Democrats Party. SUBJECT(S) : Russia -- Politics and government -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 21 copies. All in excellent condition (RUS-2-169-185), except for Nr 5, which is wrinkled and slightly torn all over, with no text loss, in fair condition (RUS-2-170) . Price is per issue (ID #17816) $20.00. 

36. • ОСВОБОЖДЕНИЕ. OSVOBOZHDENIE [EMANCIPATION]. Nr 50 Only. 4to. Booklet. 16 pages.  Account of the Russian-Japanese war. In excellent condition (RUS-2-186) . (ID #17817) $30.00. 

РЕВОЛЮЦИОННАЯ РОССИЯ. REVOLIUTSIONNAIA ROSSIIA [REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA]

rus-9-95.jpg (179223 bytes)37. • РЕВОЛЮЦИОННАЯ РОССИЯ. REVOLIUTSIONNAIA ROSSIIA [REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA]. Nrs 1, 3, 4, 6—50. St. Petersburg, 1900—1904. 4to. Hard cover: card board and leatherette. 24 to 28 pages per issue. In Russian. The journal was published in St. Petersburg from 1900—1905 by the Russian Socialist Revolutionaries party. The set includes contemporary accounts of such revolutionary milestones as the Russian Minister of the Interior Von-Pleve assassination, obituaries to the father of the Russian Anarchism Peter Lavrov and to Hirsh Lekkert, Jewish worker, assassin of the Vilna Governor-General Von-Veil (Lekkert become a protagonist of the play widely performed in the 1930s in the Soviet Union by Yiddish theatrical troupes) . There is more than half of the full run (45 out of 77 issues) of the journal bound in single volume. SUBJECT(S) : Socialism -- Periodicals. Russia -- Politics and government -- 1894-1917 -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 copies worldwide. Volume has minor tear to the spine, some edgewear, overall in very good condition. Ex-library stamps (Library of the Bund in Russian) on title pages of each issue in the volume (RUS-9-95) . OCLC lists 12 copies worldwide. (ID #17821) $450.00. 

 

37A. • РЕВОЛЮЦИОННАЯ РОССИЯ. REVOLIUTSIONNAIA ROSSIIA [REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA]. Nrs. 52, 53, 54, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 71, 73, 75, 76. original paper binding. 24 to 28 pages per issue. Good to Very Good Condition. $150.00 (ID# 17820)

37B. • РЕВОЛЮЦИОННАЯ РОССИЯ. REVOLIUTSIONNAIA ROSSIIA [REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA]. Individual issues from runs listed in 37A & 37B. Good to Very Good Condition. $15.00 each (ID# 17821)

ЗА НАРОД. ZA NAROD [FOR THE PEOPLE]


rus-3-104-za-narod.jpg (161596 bytes) 38. • ЗА НАРОД. ZA NAROD [FOR THE PEOPLE]. Nr 18. June 1909. [Paris], 1909. Booklet. 4to. In Russian. 16 pages. A publication of the Socialist Revolutionary Party, started with Nr. 1-2 in April 1907, ceased with Nr. 60 in May 1914. SUBJECT (S) : Socialism. Report on revolutionary movement among the Cossacks, the oppressive militia of the Tsar. OCLC lists 8 copies worldwide. Minor tear and wrinkles, no loss to the text, otherwise in very good condition (RUS-9-104) . (ID #17815) $35.00. 

 

 

ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: A PUBLICATION FOR SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]


rus-9-166-zaria.jpg (183367 bytes) 39. • ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: a PUBLICATION for SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]. Vol 1. Nr 2. 1922. Berlin-charlottenburg, 1922. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Pages 32—62. Started in April 1922, ceased with Nr 34 published in 1925. SUBJECT (S) : Socialism. OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide. (ID #17814) $20.00. 

 

 

 

 


rus-9-165-zaria.jpg (167283 bytes) 40. • ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: a PUBLICATION for SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]. Vol 1. Nr 4. 1922. Berlin-charlottenburg, 1922. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Pages 95—126. Started in April 1922, ceased with Nr 34 published in 1925. SUBJECT (S) : Socialism. "A bloody haze", account of the trial and execution by the Bolsheviks of the Socialist-Revolutionaty party members in Moscow, report on the First Socialist convention in America. OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide. Very Good condition (RUS-9-165) . (ID #17813) $40.00. 

 


rus-9-29.jpg (73558 bytes)41. • ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: A PUBLICATION FOR SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]. VOL 1. NR 6. 1922. Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1922. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Pages 159-190 (continuous pagination, complete this issue) . Started in April 1922, ceased with Nr 34 published in 1925. Polemics on the NEP (the New Economic Policy of the Bolshevik regime) . SUBJECT(S) : Socialism. OCLC list 9 institutions with holdings, 2 of them incomplete, the others unclear.In excellent condition (RUS-9-29). (ID #17570) $40.00. 

 

 


rus-9-30.jpg (68551 bytes)42. • ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: A PUBLICATION FOR SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]. VOL 1. NR 7. 1922. Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1922. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Pages 191-222. Report on German Socialist congress in Nurenberg; book review of Karl Kautsky's "From Democracy to the State Slavery (an anwer to Trotsky)." In excellent condition. (RUS-9-30). (ID #17588) $45.00. 

 

 



rus-9-27.jpg (74230 bytes)43. • ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: A PUBLICATION FOR SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]. VOL 2. NR 4. 1923. Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1923. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Pages 97-128, (continuous pagination, complete this issue) . Illustrated. Obituary to Iulii Tserderbaum (L. Martov), Martov's phograph printed separately, tipped in (attached) to the title page. .Last page slightly soiled, in excellent condition (RUS-9-26); in excellent condition (RUS-9-27). (ID #17569) $50.00.

 

 



rus-9-28.jpg (62492 bytes)44. • ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: A PUBLICATION FOR SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]. VOL 2. NR 5. 1923. Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1923. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Pages 129-158, [1], (continuous pagination, complete this issue) . Illustrated. .An account of the politics and leaders of the Second Socialist Internationale, including portraits of Tom Show (London) and Fritz Adler (Vienna). In excellent condition (RUS-9-28). (ID #17587) $40.00. 

 

 



rus-9-24.jpg (74081 bytes)45. • ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: A PUBLICATION FOR SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]. VOL 3. NR 10 (32) . 1924. Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1924. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Pages 257-288. (continuous pagination, complete this issue) . Reflection on struggle for power among leadership of the Bolshevik party, critical account of Leon Trotsky's polemics in the Soviet press. In excellent condition (RUS-9-24, 25) . (ID #17586) $50.00.

 

 



rus-9-23.jpg (73424 bytes)46. • ЗАРЯ: ОРГАН СОЦИАЛ-ДЕМОКРАТИЧЕСКОЙ МЫСЛИ . ZARIA: ORGAN SOTSIAL-DEMOKRATICHESKOI MYSLI [DAWN: A PUBLICATION FOR SOCIALIST DEMOCRATIC THOUGHT]. VOL 4. NR 2 (34) . 1925. Berlin-Charlottenburg, 1925. Booklet. 8vo. In Russian. Pages 33-64 (continuous pagination, complete this issue). In excellent condition (RUS-9-23) . (ID #17568) $40.00. 

 

 

 

ЗНАМЯ ТРУДА. ZNAMIA TRUDA [A BANNER of LABOR]


rus-3-107.jpg (166994 bytes)47. • ЗНАМЯ ТРУДА. ZNAMIA TRUDA [A BANNER of LABOR]. Nrs 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10-11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20—24, 26, 33—35, 39, 43, 45, 48, 51—53. Paris. 1914. Paper wrappers, 4to. Each issue is 12 to 32 pages. Some issues are illustrated. In Russian. The paper was published in Paris from July 1907—April 1914 by the Russian Socialist Revolutionaries party as its major official publication. A total of 53 issues was published. OCLC lists 10 copies worldwide. Includes: report on murder of the Jewish Duma member Iollos by Egor Sozonov, and obituary to M. Gots by Ivan Kaliaev (Nr. 2); report on execution of party activists Frumkina, Gronskii, Shtiftar (Nr. 3); editorial on the political crisis in the Middle East, and report on reversal of autonomy of Russian universities (Nr. 13); editorial on the Balcan crisis, critical account of Stolypin's agrarian reform and its discussion in the III Duma (Nr. 14); first hand account of the Azef provocteurship affair by Boris Savinkov (Nr. 15); reports on the party reaction to the Azef affair (Nr. 17); report on the 5th party congress, discussion of terrorism, leaflet insert warning on provocateur activity of the party members Tatiana Tseitlin and Mikhail Deev with their portraits (Nr. 19); critical account of the parliamentary visit of Russian liberal leaders to England and France (Nr. 20); reaction to Azef affair from party members across the country, materials on provocateurship investigation by Burtsev (Nr. 21-22); editorial "Crisis of Bolshevism", memoirs on Azef affair (Nr. 23-24); editorial on revolutionary legacy of Peter Lavrov (Nr. 26); obituary to Egor Sazonov by Viktor Chernov (Nr. 33); excerpts from the epistolary of Egor Sazonov, an obituary to Paul Zinger, founder of the German Socialist party (Nr. 34); excerpts from the epistolary of Egor Sazonov, an obituary to Paul Zinger, founder of the German Socialist party (Nr. 35); account on assassination of Vysotskii, director of the Zerentui prison, discussion of the party's tactics of terrorism (Nr. 39); editorial on massacre of the Lena river gold miners' strike by the military (Nr. 43); obituary to Lidia Rudneva (Nr. 45); discussion of unification of the socialist organizations in Russia (Nr. 48); obituary to Stepan Bleklov, an ideologue of the agrarian program of the party (Nr. 51); obituary to Avgust Bebel, German socialist leader, leaflet insert warning on provocateur activity of the party member Abram Mass (Nr. 52); discussion of the revolutionary activity of Russian peasantry (Nr. 53) . All issues Good-Very Good Condition. Price per issue (ID #17822) $25.00.