A History of Bolshevism: From Marx to the First Five Years' Plan

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INDEX
Agriculture in Russia, 113 ff., 177 ff., 197 ff., 221 ff., 235-6.
Alexander I, 20.
Alexander II, 21, 177.
Anarchism, 32-3.
Austria-Hungary, 18.
Avanti,76.
Axelrod, 74.
Banks, the nationalization of the, 101-2.
Bebel, 67, 68.
Berner Tagwacht, the, 76.
Bernstein, 70.
Bismarck, 16, 17, 66.
Bissolati, 73.
'Bloody Sunday', 30, 34.
Bolshevik Party, the, birth of, 27-9; its part in the 1905 revolution, 31 ff.; its attitude to the World War, 49 ff.; its conflict with the Second International and formation of the Third International, 64 ff.; its attitude to the middle-class revolution of 1917, 84 ff.; rises to power, 94-104; achieves the revolution, 105 ff.; attacked, 116-18; organizes the army, 118-20; centralization, 120-1; its dictatorship, 121-6; its relations with the Third International, 128 ff., 179 ff.; the new economic policy of, 151 ff.; under the Committee of Three, 194 ff.; its English policy, 212-14, 230; its Chinese policy, 214-18, 230-1; its mission, 239-40.
Borchardt, Julian, 74, 75.
Born, Stephan, 13.
Brandler, 192, 209, 210.
Brest-Litovsk, the peace of, 109, 115-16, 139.
Bukharin, 204 ff., 211, 212, 230.
Canton insurrection, the, 230.
Capitalism, the growth of, 18; Lenin on, 41 ff.; Rosa Luxemburg on, 69; State, 103, 137, 159 ff. Cartels, the nationalization of, 101, 102.
Catherine II, 20.
Chang Kai Shek, General, 216-17, 230-1.
Charles X, 3.
Chartists, the, 8.
Cheka, the, 120.
China, Bolshevik policy in, 214-18, 230-1.
Commune, the Paris, 17, 88.
Communist Party, the, founded, 10; its Manifesto, 10; its functions, 10-11; its relations with the working classes, 13; Engels on, 14; break-up of, 16; in Russia, 26, 106 ff., and passim; relation to Bolshevism, 128 ff.; in China, 230-1.
Communist Manifesto, the, 10, 11- 12, 13, 15, 178.
Congress of Vienna, the, 20.
Cronstadt rebellion, the, 155-6, 181.
Czechoslovakian legionaries, the revolt of the, 116-17.
Denikin, General, 117, 156.
Deutsch-französische Jahrbücher, the, 2, 3.
Duma, 30, 42, 53, 82.
Ebert-Schiedemann Government, 132.
Engels, Friedrich, 10 ff., 24, 25, 37, 44, 45, 46, 69, 164, 175.
England, political economy in, 6; the middle class in, 7; radicalism in, 8; socialism in, 131, 139-40; relations with Bolshevism, 212- 14, 230.
Equality under Bolshevism, 172-4.
Fascism in Italy, 165, 189.
Feudalism in Germany, 8; in Russia, 20.
Finland, ceded by Russia, 115, 117.
Five-Year Plan, the, 221 ff. France, radicalism in, 8.
Frederick William IV, 1.
French revolution, the, 3, 5, 7, 17-18, 20, 31, 46, 120, 208.
Frölich, Paul, 77.
Gapon, 30, 34, 38.
Georgia, 124.
Germany, society in, 1843-93, 1 ff., 22-3; revolution in, 132, 157, 189-92.
Gorter, Hermann, 59, 129, 130, 168-9.
GPU, the, 120, 227.
Grimm, R., 76.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the English Translation v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents *
  • I - Marx to Lenin, 1843-1893 1
  • II - Revolution in Russia, 1893-1914 20
  • III - The World War 41
  • IV - The Third International 64
  • V - March to October 1917 81
  • VI - The Bolshevik Revolution and War-Time Communism, 1917-21 105
  • VII - The Third International at the Height of Its Revolutionary Power, 1919-21 128
  • VIII - The Great Change 151
  • IX - Lenin's Testament, 1922-4 170
  • X - Stalin Versus Trotsky, 1924-7 193
  • XI - 'socialism in a Single Land', 1927-32 220
  • Bibliography 241
  • Index 247
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