Lenin on the Question of Nationality

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Chapter I
Documentary and other Primary Sources
Begeulov A., ed., Leninizm i Natsional'nyi Vopros (Rostov on the Don, 1931) (Leninism and the Nationality Question); contains some speeches and letters of Lenin and other diverse material on the national problem, but inadequate in regard to Lenin's position on nationality.
International Socialist Congress at Stuttgart, Aug. 18-24, 1907 ( Berlin, 1907).
International Socialist Workers and Trade Union Congress ( London, 1896); see also the German version: Verhandlungen und Beschluesse des Internationalen Arbeiter-und Gewerkschaftskongresses zu London ( Berlin, 1897).
Lenin V. I., Sochineniia ( Moscow, 1926-32), Second Ed., 30 vols. (Collected Works).
Velikovskii M. and Lenin I., eds., Natsional'nyi Vopros, Chrestomatiia ( Moscow, 1931) ( The Nationality Problem, An Anthology); contains brief essays and selections, with short introductory notes by the editors, from the pertinent works of Marx, Engels, O. Bauer, K. Renner. K. Kautsky, Bebel, Cunow, Folmer, Lensch, Pernerstorfer, Lenin, Stalin, Bu kharin, Medem, G. Safarov, Piatakov; Resolutions of the Second International on the national and colonial question, etc.; a most valuable collection.
Verhandlungen des Gesamtparteitages der Sozialdemokratie in Oesterreich ( Bruenn) ( Vienna, 1899).
VKP (B) v Rezoliutsiiakh i Resheniakh S'ezdov ( 1953). ( The All-Union Communist Party [B] in Resolutions and Decisions of Congresses.)

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