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0. • ХЛЕБ И ВОЛЯ. KHLEB I VOLIA [BREAD AND LIBERTY].
London, 1905 (Anarchist)


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1. • БОРЬБА. BOR'BA [THE STRUGGLE]. NR 13. 1948. Paperwrappers, Munich. 4to. 12 pages (not paginated). In Russian. Official publication of the Union for the liberation of the peoples of Russia. Edited by M. Antonow. Started in 1947 in Munich, Germany, then moved to Canada, publication frequency varies, ceased publication in 1950s. Includes: materials on struggle of Russian emigres and DPs to remain in the West, reports from Germany and Poland about Soviet colonisation of post-war Europe. OCLC lists 11 copies worldwide. SUBJECT(S): Russians -- Foreign countries -- Periodicals. Geographic: Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1945-1991 -- Periodicals. Minor tear and edgewear, otherwise in excellent condition (RUS-7-353). (ID #18608) $50.00.



2. • (Bund). БЮЛЛЕТЕНЬ ЗАГРАНИЧНОГО КОМИТЕТА БУНДА BIULLETEN ZAGRANICHNOGO KOMITETA BUNDA [BULLETIN OF THE ÉMIGRÉ BUND COMMITTEE]. NR 1 (ONLY ISSUE?). 1916. Paper Wrappers, Geneve. 4to. 6 pages. In Russian. Includes: coverage and materials of the Bund convention in Spring 1916 (on policy towards the war, struggle for Jewish emancipation, relationships with military deportees aid societies, etc). None listed on OCLC (!). Brittle newsprint paper with minor tears, otherwise in excellent condition, (RUS-7-365). (ID #18607) $50.00.

 


3. • 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. 1909. Paperback, Paris. 4to. 192 pages, ill. In Russian. The journal was founded and edited by Vladimir Burtsev (1862—1942) , prominent Russian revolutionary, an advocate of revolutionary terror, a "provocateur hunter" and a historian. Issued in London and Paris. Publication suspended from 1905—1907, 1911, 1914—1932. Includes personal account of Gapon affair (1905) by Rutenberg along with his reports to the Central Committee of the Socialist Revolutionary party. SUBJECT(S): Soviet Union -- History -- Periodicals. The volume cover is slightly torn and mended by clear tape, pages are separated from each other, otherwise in excellent condition, small ex-library stamps (L. Rodstein Russian-French Library in Paris) on the front cover (RUS-7-335). OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide on microform only (Indiana U). (ID #18609) $60.00.

4. • 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. 1908. Paperback, Paris. 4to. 160 pages, ill. In Russian. The journal was founded and edited by Vladimir Burtsev (1862—1942) , prominent Russian revolutionary, an advocate of revolutionary terror, a "provocateur hunter" and a historian. Issued in London and Paris. Publication suspended from 1905—1907, 1911, 1914—1932. Includes serial publication of "Revolutionary profiles" by Boris Savinkov portraying Maximilian Shveitser and Dora Brilliant. SUBJECT(S): Soviet Union -- History -- Periodicals. Cover is slightly torn and soiled, otherwise in excellent uncut condition, small ex-library stamps (Bund Archives and L. Rodstein Russian-French Library in Paris) on the front cover and several other pages (RUS-7-334). OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide on microform only (Indiana U). (ID #18611) $60.00.

5. • Another Copy of Nr. 8. No front cover, excellent uncut condition, small ex-library stamp (Bund Archives) on the front fly page (RUS-7-333). (ID #18610) $50.00.

6. • Lenin, Trotsky, et al. ДИСКУССИОННЫЙ ЛИСТОК. DISKUSSIONYI LISTOK [DISCUSSION LEAFLET]. NR 1. MARCH 6, 1910. NR 2. JUNE 24, 1910. NR 3. MAY 29, 1911.  3 ISSUES,  COMPLETE (No More Issued). 1910-11. Paper Wrappers, Paris: Izd. TS. K. 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. SUBJECT(S): Rossiiskaia sotsial-demokraticheskaia rabochaia partiia. 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. Nr 1: browned paper, otherwise in excellent condition (RUS-7-348) ; Nr 2: uncut in excellent condition (RUS-7-349) ; Nr 3: minor tear and edgewear, otherwise in very good condition (RUS-7-350). OCLC lists 2 sets worldwide (Yale U. , Indiana U.). (ID #18612) $325.00.

6A. • Lenin, Trotsky, Gorky, Bund, etc. ДИСКУССИОННЫЙ ЛИСТОК. DISKUSSIONYI LISTOK [DISCUSSION LEAFLET]. NR 1. MARCH 6, 1910. NR 2. JUNE 24, 1910. [ONLY, OF 3 ISSUES,  1910. Paper Wrappers, Paris: Izd. TS. K. 4to. In Russian. Nr 1: 8 pages; Nr 2: 30 pages; Published with irregular frequency by the Central Committee of the Russian Socialist Democratic Party. Three issues were published in 1910—1911. SUBJECT(S): Rossiiskaia sotsial-demokraticheskaia rabochaia partiia. 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 2: uncut in excellent condition (RUS-7-349) ;  OCLC lists 2 sets worldwide (Yale U. , Indiana U.). (ID #18612) $100.00 each



7. • (Ehrenberg, Ilya). ВОЛЯ РОССИИ. VOLIA ROSSII [THE WILL OF RUSSIA]. NR 5. 1926. Paper wrappers, Prague. 4to. 180 pages. In Russian. Edited by E. Lazarev. Began in September 1922, ceased publication in March 1934. Includes: fiction by Honore de Balzac, Aleksei Remizov, political essay by Eduard Benes (first president of independent Czechoslovakia) , book reviews include a piece on "Summer 1925", a novel by Ilia Ehrenberg. OCLC lists 23 copies worldwide. Thick browned paper, wrappers have minor tear on the spine with no text loss, mended by clear tape, otherwise in excellent condition (RUS-7-344). (ID #18627) $75.00.

 



8. • ГОЛОС БУЛОЧНИКА И КОНДИТЕРА. GOLOS BULOCHNIKA I KONDITERA [THE VOICE OF BREAD AND PASTRY BAKER]. NRS 9, 1911 AND 2 (13) , 1912. 1912. Paper Wrappers, Saint Petersburg. 4to. 16 pages. In Russian. An official publication of bread and pastry bakers' trade union. Edited by K. N. Gorin, M. A. Novikov. Published with irregular frequency from 1910—1912. Includes: materials on internal workings of the union and its financial audit (Nr 9) , materials on internal workings of the union, report on the Second international congress of bread and pastry bakers, classifieds and works of fiction and poetry by obscure Russian authors (Nr 2 (13)). OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (International Labour Offices in Washington, DC and in Switzerland). Fragile newsprint paper, otherwise in excellent unused condition (RUS-7-351). (ID #18613) $200.00.



9. • ИЗВЕЩЕНИЕ ЦЕНТРАЛЬНОГО КОМИТЕТА РОССИЙСКОЙ С.-Д. РАБОЧЕЙ ПАРТИИ О СОСТОЯВШЕЙСЯ ОЧЕРЕДНОЙ ОБЩЕПАРТИЙНОЙ КОНФЕРЕНЦИИ. IZVESCHENIE TSENTRALNOGO KOMITETA ROSSIISKOI S.-D. RABOCHEI PARTII O SOSTOIAVSHEISIA OCHEREDNOI OBSHCHEPARTIINOI KONFERENTSII [ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE RUSSIAN SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC WORKERS' PARTY ABOUT THE RECENT ALL-PARTY CONFERENCE]. 1909. Paper Wrappers, Paris. 4to. 8 pages. In Russian. Includes: official release of the materials of Russian social-democratic party conference, including resolution about representation of the party in Duma (Russian parliamentary assembly). None in OCLC. Ex-library stamp (Bund Archives in Russian) on cover page, brittle browned newsprint medium, uncut, minor tear and wear, otherwise in very good condition (RUS-7-364). (ID #18614) $60.00.

10. • ХЛЕБ И ВОЛЯ. KHLEB I VOLIA [BREAD AND LIBERTY]. 17 OF 24 ISSUES [LACKING ONLY NRS. 9, 15, 18, & 21-24]. 1905. Paper Wrappers, London. 4to. 8 or more pages per issue. Some issues illustrated. In Russian. An Official publication of Russian anarchists. Total of 24 nrs in 21 issues were published. In this run are nrs. 1-8, 10-14 (including the scarce supplement to Nr. 11) , 16 (including the 1 page insert) , 17, 19-20. Contents include: editorial on the program and goals of Russian anarchists (Nr 1) , editorial on labor movement in Southern Russia (Nr 2) , editorial "Anarchism and Politics" denying any significance to legal methods of the class struggle: labor unions, parliament, etc (Nr 3) , editorial "On definition of our tactics" with anarchist perspective on Marxist theory (Nr 4) , editorial "On definition of our tactics. Part 2" on tactics of revolutionary terrorism (Nr 5) , editorial "On definition of our tactics. Part 3" on tactics of labor strike (Nr 6) , editorial "On definition of our tactics. Part 4" on tactics of general strike (Nr 7) , editorial "Peaceful solution or Revolution?" on limits of political upheaval in Russia (Nr 8) , editorial "Whether anarchism is needed for Russia?" on importance of anarchism as the only anti-burgeous political alternative (Nr 10) , editorial "Why don't we have a program-minimum" discussing unrelevance of the social-democratic agenda in the most undemocratic country (Nr 11) , coverage of the International anti-military congress in Amsterdam (supplement to Nr 11) , editorial "On definition of our tactics. Part 5" on anarchism and political struggle (Nr 12-13) , "Open letter to Russian socialist-revolutionaries" with critical coverage of the International socialist congress in Amsterdam in August 1904 (Nr 14) , editorial welcoming the Russian revolution and leaflet condemning the arrest and torture of the French anarchist by Russian police in Odessa (Nr 16) , editorial in support of peasants' uprisings in Russian countryside (Nr 17) , materials on the father of anarchism Mikhail Bakunin (including his portrait) in connection with his death anniversary (Nr 19-20). OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Houghton Library at Harvard U, Pennsylvania State U, Brown U, U of South Carolina, U of Wisconsin). All on fragile newsprint, browned with paper chipping, minor tear and wear otherwise in good condition (RUS-7-935). (ID #18615) $500.00.

11. • ХЛЕБ И ВОЛЯ. KHLEB I VOLIA [BREAD AND LIBERTY]. NRS 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 14, 17. 1905. Paper Wrappers, London. 4to. 8 or more pages per issue. Some issues illustrated. In Russian. An Official publication of Russian anarchists. Total of 24 nrs in 21 issues were published. Contents include: editorial "Anarchism and Politics" denying any significance to legal methods of the class struggle: labor unions, parliament, etc (Nr 3) , editorial "On definition of our tactics" with anarchist perspective on Marxist theory (Nr 4) , editorial "On definition of our tactics. Part 2" on tactics of revolutionary terrorism (Nr 5) , editorial "On definition of our tactics. Part 4" on tactics of general strike (Nr 7) , editorial "Peaceful solution or Revolution?" on limits of political upheaval in Russia (Nr 8) , "Open letter to Russian socialist-revolutionaries" with critical coverage of the International socialist congress in Amsterdam in August 1904 (Nr 14) , & editorial in support of peasants' uprisings in Russian countryside (Nr 17). OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Houghton Library at Harvard U, Pennsylvania State U, Brown U, U of South Carolina, U of Wisconsin). All on fragile newsprint, browned with paper chipping, minor tear and wear otherwise in good condition  (RUS-7-935). (ID #18616) $60.00 each issue.

12. • Lenin, N [icolai] (Vladimir Il'ich), et al. КОММУНИСТ. KOMMUNIST [COMMUNIST]. NR 1-2. COMPLETE. NO MORE ISSUED. 1915. Paper wrappers, [Russia]: Publication of P. And N. Kievskie. 4to. 190 pages. In Russian. Official publication of the Russian social-democratic workers' party (Bolsheviks). The only issue published is Nr 1-2, August 1915. Includes: articles of the future leaders of the Bolshevik Russia: "Failure of the Second International" by Vladimir Lenin, "World Economy and Imperialism" by Nikolai Bukharin, essays by Karl Radek and Georgii Zinoviev. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (U of California at Riverside, U of Wisconsin at Madison, Oxford U, England). SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Periodicals. Socialism -- Russia -- Periodicals. Geographic: Russia -- Politics and government -- 1894-1917 -- Periodicals. Brittle and browned acid paper, no back cover page, front cover page detached from the block and has some tear with no loss to the text, incomplete (last page is 190, must be over 195 pages) , overall in fair condition (RUS-7-342). (ID #18617) $400.00.

13. • ОБЩИНА. СОЦИАЛЬНО-РЕВОЛЮЦИОННОЕ ОБОЗРЕНИЕ. OBSCHINA. SOTSIALNO-REVOLIUTSIONNOE OBOZRENIE [COMMUNE. SOCIAL-REVOLUTIONARY REVIEW]. NR 5. 1878. Paper Wrappers, Geneve:: Impr. Du "Rabotnik". 4to. 24 pages. In Russian. Started in January 1878, ceased publication in December 1878. Total of 9 issues were published. Includes: essays on political reforms in Russia and the Commune of Paris, materials of the trial of the 193 (revolutionaries accused of attempted assassination of Tzar Alexander II). OCLC lists 4 copies worldwide (Amherst College, Houghton Library at Harvard U, Duke U, State U of New York at Binghampton). SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Periodicals. Populism -- Periodicals. Some edgewear, cover page wrinkled, torn and soiled with some text loss, overall in fair condition. Scarce and important. (RUS-7-354). (ID #18618) $175.00.


14. • РЕВОЛЮЦИОННАЯ РОССИЯ. REVOLIUTSIONNAIA ROSSIIA [REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA]. Nrs1-76, complete run, lacking only Nrs. 2 & 77. St. Petersburg, Revolutsionnaia Rossiia, 1904. 1st Edition. 4to. Original paper wrappers. 24 to 28 pages per issue. In Russian. The journal was published in St. Petersburg from 1900—1905 by the Russian Socialist Revolutionaries party. Theses include 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). 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. Price is per issue. Please state which is needed.St Petersburg. 4to. Each issue is 20 to 24 pages. Few issues are illustrated. In Russian. An irregular publication of the Socialist-Revolutionaries' (SR) party of Russia. Began with Nr 1 in 1900, ceased publication with Nr 77 in November 1905, some issues are accompanied by supplements. There is one complete set of almost entire run (except Nrs 1, 2, 4, 5, 77) and many spare copies of many issues. OCLC lists 12 copies worldwide, some on microfilm. Includes: 1902: the SR (Socialist-Revolutionaries' party of Russia) perspective on labor movement, 1902 famine in Russia (Nr 3), eulogies to executed terrorists, Stepan Balmashev, Hirsh Lekkert (Nrs 6 and 7), account of agricultural reforms in Russia (Nr 8), perspective on the policy of the newly appointed minister of the interior Viacheslav Pleve (Nr 9), letters to Russian workers and peasants by anonymous SR assassin (Nr 10), polemics with the ideology of Russian liberals (Nr 11), a letter by the founding father of anarchism Peter Kropotkin (Nr 12), a letter by renowned Russian playwrite Anton Chekhov announcing his withdrawal from the Russian Academy of Sciences in protest to excommunication of writer Maxim Gorky from ranks of the Academia (Nr 13), material on 25th anniversary of the trial of Narodnaia Volia (the People's Will) organization members, the most important milestone in the history of Russian revolutionary movement (Nr 14); 1903: SR declaration of unconditional non-cooperation with police investigation of their activity (Nr 15), critical opinion on political platform of Russian social-democrats (Nr 16), editorial on students' role in revolutionary movement (Nrs 17 and 19), editorial on the 40th anniversary of the Polish uprising and russification policy of the Russian government (Nr 18), editorial on political oppression activity of minister Pleve (Nr 20), editorial on revolutionary activity in the Russian Army (Nr 21), polemics on the SR tactics of terror (Nr 22), survey of Russian press coverage of Kishinev pogrom (Nr 23), material on the assassination of Bogdanovich, the governor of Ufa, and the role of revolutionary terror (Nr 24), report on Russian police tactics of using antisemitic threats in fighting socialist and labor movement (Nr 25), discussion of the revolutionary terror with "Iskra", a major voice of Lenin and Russian socialist-democrats (Nr 26), account of personal encounter with Nikolai Kibalchich, an iconic figure in Russian revolutionary terror, by the SR party veteran Ekaterina Breshkovskaia (Nr 27), materials on police sponsored labor movement (Nr 28), editorial on all-Russian strike as a new tactics of labor movement (Nr 29), eulogy to Peter Polivanov, revolutionary hero and the last survivor of Narodnaia Volia (Nr 30), editorial on police controlled labor movement Zubatovschina (after the police chief Sergei Zubatov) (Nr 31), editorial on the policy of anti-revolutionary terror implemented by Viacheslav Pleve, minister of the interior (Nr 32), editorial on Peter Struve and his attempt to create Russian liberal party (Nr 33), editorial on anti-labor legislation in Russia (Nr 34), editorial on national question and revolution, polemics with Russian social-democrats (Nr 35), editorial on theoretical basis of socialism (Nr 36), discussion of cooperation between SR party and Russian social-democrats (Nr 37), on the role of Russian peasantry in the party program of social-democrats (Nr 38); 1904: editorial on industrial development in Russia and its traumatic consequences for Russian workers and peasants (Nr 39), editorial on impossibility of political revolution in Russia (Nr 40), editorial on political and military crisis in the Russian Far East and Korea (eventually culminated in Russian-Japanese war) (Nr 41), editorial on Russian military budget problems (Nr 42), editorial on chauvinistic campaign launched in reactionary Russian press (Nr 43), editorial on response of European Slavic minorities to the emergence of Russian patriotism during Russian-Japanese war (Nr 44), editorial on the Russian military defeats which must be turned into revolutionary upheaval (Nr 45), a project of the SR party program (Nr 46), discussion of the peasant question in marxist literature and in the programs of Russian social-democracy (Nr 47), discussion of the violence in revolution (Nr 48), critical analysis of the orthodox marxist approach to extreme methods in revolutionary and labor movement (Nr 49), announcement of execution of the Russian minister of interior Von-Pleve by SR assassins (Nr 50), report on the International Socialist congress in Amsterdam (Nr 51), editorial on appointment of the new minister of interior, Prince Sviatopolk-Mirskii (Nr 52), editorial on two wars of the Russian government, military action against Japan, and political oppression against Russian people (Nr 53), announcement of execution of the Russian coast guard colonel Bykov (infamous killer of many revolutionaries) by SR assassins (Nr 54), report on the congress of the Russian local assemblies (zemstvo) and critique of its liberal program (Nr 55), appeal "To All Workers" to crush Russian monarchy (Nr 56), verdict to Egor Sazonov and Shimel Sikorskii, assassins of the minister Von-Pleve (supplement to Nr 56), report on trial of Sazonov and Sikorskii (Nr 57); 1905: editorial "On the Treshold of the Revolution" and appeal "To the Arms!" (Nr 58), open letter to the socialist parties of Russia by Georgii Gapon (Nr 59), editorial on the assassination of Moscow governor, Grand Duke Sergei (Nr 60), editorial on revolutionary events in Russian countryside (Nr 61), manifesto of the Saint Petersburg SR workers' counsil with outline of revolutionary program (Nr 62), reflection on revolutionary events by veteran Russian socialist Ekaterina Breshkovskaia (Nr 63), editorial on publication of the draft Russian constitution by Peter Struve (Nr 64), materials of the conference of the socialist organizations of Russia, Poland, Armenia, Finland, Georgia, Latvia and Belorussia (Nr 65), materials of the trial of Ivan Kaliaev, assassin of the Grand Duke Sergei (Nr 66), an issue in memory of Ivan Kaliaev (Nr 67), draft instruction on revolutionary tactics of the SR party (supplement to Nr 67), obituary to Ivan Kaliaev and his portrait (Nr 68), editorial on dramatic increase of revolutionary events in Russia (Nr 69), reports of the assassination of Count Shuvalov, the major of Moscow, and the first revolt in Russian army, rebellion of the battleship Potemkin (Nr 70), editorial on the agrarian program of the Russian revolution (Nr 71), editorial on the government reaction to revolution leading to the civil war (Nr 72), editorial on armistice with Japan and civil upheavals in Russia (Nr 73), editorial on boycott of Russian parliamentary elections by socialist parties (Nr 74), editorial on agrarian program of the SR party (Nr 75), supplement on agrarian program of the SR party (supplement to Nr 75), discussion of boycott of Russian parliamentary elections (Nr 76). SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Periodicals. Russia -- Politics and government -- 1894-1917 -- Periodicals. 1902: one copy of Nrs 3, 6, 8, two copies of Nrs 12, 13, 14, three copies of Nr 7, 9, 10, 11, all has some minor tear and wear due to fragile newsprint medium, otherwise in very good condition, single copy of Nr 6 is wrinkled and torn with no loss to the text, and is in fairly good condition (RUS-7-327); 1903: two copies of each issue, except Nrs 21, 22, 24, 25, 27 (one copy of each), and Nrs 18, 19 (three copies each), all has some minor tear and wear due to fragile newsprint medium, otherwise in very good condition, one of two copies of Nr 34 is extensively wrinkled and torn with no loss to the text, and is in fairly good condition (RUS-7-328); 1904: two copies of each issue, except Nrs 44, 48, 51 (three copies of each), Nr 56 has 4 pages supplement, all has some minor tear and wear due to fragile newsprint medium, otherwise in very good condition, one of three copies of Nr 48 is extensively wrinkled and torn with no loss to the text, and is in fairly good condition, one of three copies of Nr 53 is dusty and dampstained with no loss to the text, and is in fairly good condition, one of two copies of the supplement to Nr 56 is extensively torn with major loss to the text, in bad condition (RUS-7-329); 1905: two copies of each issue, except Nrs 59, 60, 69, 76 (three copies of each), and Nrs 66, 72, 74 (one copy of each), Nrs 67 and 75 has 4 pages supplements, all has some minor tear and wear due to fragile newsprint medium, otherwise in very good condition, one of two copies of Nr 67 is extensively torn with minor loss to the text, and is in satisfactory condition, one of three copies of Nr 76 is torn with minor loss to the text of the last page, and is in satisfactory condition (RUS-7-330). (ID #18630) $600.00.

15. • РОССИЙСКИЙ ДЕМОКРАТ. ROSSIISKII DEMOKRAT [RUSSIAN DEMOCRAT]. NR 2 (26). 1954. Paper Wrappers, Paris. 4to. 40 pages. In Russian. Official publication of the Union for the Struggle for Liberation of Russia. Continuation of 14 volumes with various titles: Svobodnyi golos, Nrs 1—3 (1946) ; Svobodnoe slovo, Nr 4 (1946) ; Nezavisimoe slovo, Nr 5 (1947) ; Svobodnaia mysl’, Nr 6 (1947) ; Nezavisimaia mysl’, Nr 7 (1947) ; Nezavisimyi golos, Nrs 8—9 (1947) ; Svobodnaia mysl’, Nr 10 (1947) ; Rossiia I emigratsiia, Nr 12 (1948) ; Za Rossiiu, Nr 13 (1948) ; Bor’ba za Rossiiu, Nrs 14 (1948). OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide. Includes: materials on the policy of the Center for Coordinatnation of Liberation of Peoples of Russia including article on cooperation with the American anti-Bolshevik Committee and the US government providing major support for Russian emigre organizations throughout the world, review of the book by the US admiral Leslie Stevens on his visit to Stalin's post-war Russia. SUBJECT(S): Russians -- Foreign countries -- Periodicals. Brittle browned acid paper, paper covers separated from the block, otherwise in very good condition (RUS-7-338). (ID #18619) $35.00.

16. • СОЦИАЛДЕМОКРАТ. SOTSIALDEMOKRAT [SOCIAL-DEMOCRAT]. NRS 1, 5, 6, 12, 13, 14. 1905. Paper Wrappers, Geneve. 4to. 12 to 20 pages per issue. In Russian. An official publication of the Russian social-democratic workers' party. From October 1904—October 1905 total of 16 issues were published. Includes: editorial on socialism and class warfare, materials on the Russian-Japanese war and the International Socialist congress in Amsterdam (Nr 1) , editorial on union of Russian workers and peasants in their struggle for democratization of Russia (Nr 5) , editorial on May day celebration in Russia (Nr 6) , a poem "The Last Tzar", editorial on revolutionary administration in Russia as a challenge to the discriminatory Russian elections laws (Nr 12) , editorial "On external peace and internal war" on the end of Russian-Japanese war and military purges against social upheavals in Russia (Nr 13) , first-hand account of the battleship "Potemkin" revolt in Odessa (Nr 14). OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (U of Michigan, U of Washington). SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Russia -- Periodicals. Socialism -- Periodicals. Nr 1: minor text loss on several pages, in satisfactory condition (RUS-7-356) ; Nr 5: torn with minor text losses to several pages, in satisfactory condition (RUS-7-357) ; Nr 6: fragile and yellowed due to newsprint medium, otherwise intact in good condition (RUS-7-358) ; Nr 12: fragile and yellowed due to newsprint medium, otherwise intact in good condition (RUS-7-359) ; Nr 13: fragile and yellowed due to newsprint medium, otherwise in very good condition, some uncut (RUS-7-360) ; Nr 14: fragile and yellowed due to newsprint medium, uncut, in very good condition (RUS-7-361). (ID #18620) $250.00.

17. • СОЦИАЛДЕМОКРАТ. SOTSIALDEMOKRAT [SOCIAL-DEMOCRAT]. NRS 1, 6, 12, 13. 1905. Paper Wrappers, Geneve. 4to. 12 to 20 pages per issue. In Russian. An official publication of the Russian social-democratic workers' party. From October 1904—October 1905 total of 16 issues were published. Includes: editorial on socialism and class warfare, materials on the Russian-Japanese war and the International Socialist congress in Amsterdam (Nr 1) , editorial on May day celebration in Russia (Nr 6) , a poem "The Last Tzar", editorial on revolutionary administration in Russia as a challenge to the discriminatory Russian elections laws (Nr 12) , editorial "On external peace and internal war" on the end of Russian-Japanese war and military purges against social upheavals in Russia (Nr 13). OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (U of Michigan, U of Washington). SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Russia -- Periodicals. Socialism -- Periodicals. Nr 1: minor text loss on several pages, in satisfactory condition (RUS-7-356) ; Nr 6: fragile and yellowed due to newsprint medium, otherwise intact in good condition (RUS-7-358) ; Nr 12: fragile and yellowed due to newsprint medium, otherwise intact in good condition (RUS-7-359) ; Nr 13: fragile and yellowed due to newsprint medium, otherwise in very good condition, some uncut (RUS-7-360).  (ID #18622) $30.00 each issue.

18. • СОЦИАЛИСТИЧЕСКИЙ ВЕСТНИК. SOTSIALISTICHESKII VESTNIK [SOCIALIST COURIER]. NR 1. 1964. Paperwarppers, New York. 4to. 144 pages. In Russian. An organ of the Russian social-democrat workers' party (Mensheviks). Started in 1921, published semimonthly until 1945, since 1946 published monthly. Includes: materials on the contemporary issues of the USSR: agricultural problems, Khrushchev's ideological shifts, women in Soviet politics, etc. OCLC lists 35 copies worldwide. SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Europe, Eastern -- Periodicals. Enclosed is a leaflet (letter to the subscribers about an increase in subscription price) , in Russian, ex-library stamp (YIVO Institute) on the front cover page, in excellent condition (RUS-7-339. (ID #18623) $30.00.


19. • СТУДЕНТ. STUDENT [STUDENT]. NRS 1, 2-3. COMPLETE (NO MORE ISSUED). 1903. Paper Wrappers, No Place, Student. 4to. 20 to 64 pages per issue. In Russian. Illustrated. Revolutionary-Socialist Students' publication. (ID #18624) $300.00.

20. • СТУДЕНТ. STUDENT [STUDENT]. NRS 2-3 [OF 3 ISSUED PUBLISHED]. 1903. Paper Wrappers, No Place, Student. 4to. 20 to 64 pages per issue. In Russian. Illustrated. Revolutionary-Socialist Students' publication. (ID #18625) $100.00.

21. • (Tolstoy, Leo). СВОБОДНОЕ СЛОВО. SVOBODNOE SLOVO [FREE WORD]. NR 2 (WITH SUPPLEMENT) ONLY. 1902. Paper Wrappers, [Christchurch, England]. 4to. 32, [4] pages. In Russian. Edited by A. Tchertkoff. 16 issues were published from 1901—1905. Includes: materials on Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy, including his unpublished letter to Russian ministers of Interior and Justice (1896) , update on publication of Tolstoy's uncensored collected writings (in supplement). OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide. 4 pages supplement bound together with the issue, minor tear and stains, otherwise in very good condition (RUS-7-336). (ID #18626) $75.00.

 


22. • (Trotsky, Leon). БЮЛЛЕТЕНЬ ОППОЗИЦИИ (БОЛЬШЕВИКОВ-ЛЕНИНЦЕВ). BIULLETEN OPPOZITSII (BOLSHEVIKOV-LENINTSEV) [BULLETIN OF THE OPPOSITION (OF THE BOLSHEVIKS-LENINISTS. AKA BULLETIN OF THE LEFT OPPOSITION]. NRS 10, 54-55, 81. 1940. Paper Wrappers, Paris and New York. 4to. Each issue is 16 to 56 pages. In Russian. A voice of Leon Trotsky. Edited by Lev Sedov (1906—1938) , son and close aide of Leon Trotsky. Started in May 1929, published monthly until 1939 in Paris, Berlin, Zurich, and New York, ceased publication in 1941. Includes: many anti-Stalinist materials by Leon Trotsky himself: articles on the emergence of Soviet policy of terror (execution of Bliumkin and imprisonment of Rakovskii) and economy failures of the 5-year plan (Nr 10) , materials of the infamous "Moscow process", a trial of Piatakov and Radek, believed to be staged by Stalin as a pretext to a Big Terror, including telephone address "About the Trial" by Leon Trotsky to the audience of 6, 500 of American workers in New York on February 9, 1937 (Nr 54-55) , editorial "Double Star: Hitler-Stalin" by Leon Trotsky on German and Soviet occupation of Poland (Nr 81). This is NOT the Pathfinder reprint. SUBJECT(S): Communism -- Periodicals. Geographic: Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- Periodicals. Nr 10, 1930: in excellent unused condition (RUS-7-347) , Nr 54-55, 1937: fragile newsprint paper with some chipping, edgewear and browning, otherwise intact in fairly good condition (RUS-7-346) , Nr 81, 1940: in unused excellent condition (RUS-7-345). (ID #18605) $300.00.

23. • (Trotsky, Leon). БЮЛЛЕТЕНЬ ОППОЗИЦИИ (БОЛЬШЕВИКОВ-ЛЕНИНЦЕВ). BIULLETEN OPPOZITSII (BOLSHEVIKOV-LENINTSEV) [BULLETIN OF THE OPPOSITION (OF THE BOLSHEVIKS-LENINISTS) BULLETIN OF THE LEFT OPPOSITION]. NR 10. 1930. Paper Wrappers, Paris and New York. 4to. In Russian. A voice of Leon Trotsky. Edited by Lev Sedov (1906—1938) , son and close aide of Leon Trotsky. Started in May 1929, published monthly until 1939 in Paris, Berlin, Zurich, and New York, ceased publication in 1941. Includes: many anti-Stalinist materials by Leon Trotsky himself: articles on the emergence of Soviet policy of terror (execution of Bliumkin and imprisonment of Rakovskii) and economy failures of the 5-year plan (Nr 10). This is NOT from the Pathfinder reprint. SUBJECT(S): Communism -- Periodicals. Geographic: Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- Periodicals. Slightly torn and waterstained, otherwise in good condition (RUS-7-347), (ID #18606) $100.00.

24. • ЗА НАРОД. ZA NAROD [FOR THE PEOPLE]. NR 22. OCTOBER 1909. [Paris], 1909. Paper Wrappers. 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. Editorial with a summary of four years of Russian constitutional monarchy. Excellent condition (RUS-7-355). OCLC lists 8 copies worldwide. (ID #18628) $35.00.

 


25. • ЗАПИСКИ СОЦИАЛДЕМОКРАТА.ZAPISKI SOTSIALDEMOKRATA [NOTES OF SOCIAL-DEMOCRAT]. NRS 13 & 20. 1933. Paper wrappers, Paris. 8vo. 32 pages per issue. In Russian. Started in February 1931. Edited by the leader of Russian social-democratic workers' party (Mensheviks) Aleksandr Potresov (1869—1934). Includes: critical materials on Stalin's dictatorship in Soviet Russia: on perversion of socialist theory by the Communist leadership (by A. Potresov) , on statehood and nationalist component in Soviet politics (by G. Osipov) (Nr13) , materials on similarity and actual political cooperation between Stalin's Russia and Hitler's Germany (by S. Ivanovich and P. Slavin) (Nr 20). SUBJECT(S): Socialism -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 12 copies worldwide. Nr 13: fragile newsprint medium, few soiled pages, otherwise in good condition (RUS-7-340) , Nr 20: fragile newsprint medium, some paper chipping, otherwise in very good condition (RUS-7-341). (ID #18629) $75.00.