Stalin Archive

Stalin was a leading communist revolutionary of the twentieth century whose seminal contribution is increasingly felt in the twenty first century. His name is identified with the construction of socialism in the Soviet Union, the victory over fascism in the Second World War and the transition to communist society. These colossal victories would not have been possible without the defeat of the oppositions led by Trotsky and Bukharin who opposed socialist industrialisation and collectivisation. By the time of the death of Stalin a large people’s democratic camp had been built up in central and eastern Europe and Asia alongside the USSR.

Yet the writings of Stalin are not easy to locate despite the fact that a number of websites include some of his works. 13 Volumes of the Works were completed in English prior to the Twentieth Congress of the CPSU in 1956. The dummy of Volume 14 had been printed prior to this event and the publication of the volume was announced before the Closed Speech. It was not to be printed. The Soviet archives show that preparatory work had also begun for volumes 15-17 of the Works of Stalin. This archive represents an attempt to widen the availability of the writings of this classic of Marxism. We begin by reconstituting Volumes 14 to 18 of the Works of Stalin which were published by Red Star Press, London in the 1970s and 1980s. These volumes which are much in demand have been out of print for many years. The Red Star Press compilation drew upon the labours of communists who had gathered materials for the publication of the Works of Stalin in French and German. Volume 14 was published in Albanian by the Party of Labour of Albania. In Spain Volumes 14 and 15 were published. In the United States, Volumes 14 to 16 were published in Russian from Stanford based upon the official Soviet publications. Volumes 14-16 Works of Stalin began to be published in Greek in 2004; the last tome, covering the period 1946 to 1953, is to be published in the near future.

Under Khrushchev and Brezhnev some of the contributions of Stalin bearing upon diplomatic matters were published in the Soviet Union. We are placing a part of these on the web. After the fall of the USSR, volumes 14 to 18 have been published in Russian and more are under preparation under the editorship of Prof. Richard Kosalapov. A new Volume 15 Part I has been recently published. With the opening up of the Stalin Archive currently held in the former Central Party Archive of the CPSU a considerable part of the vast body of Stalin’s writings are now available in the public domain. In the near future we plan to put on the web in a chronological form some of Stalin’s writings which are not included in existing collections. This is an international task and we appeal for assistance on this in terms of the location of materials and the translation of Stalin’s writings from the Russian. Those who wish to help in this cause may contact us at: editor_revdem@rediffmail.com.

We have now put volumes 1 to 13 on the site in pdf format, using the material from the Marx2Mao site. We give the indexes in each volume here for ease of locating documents. In the pdfs, the contents for each volume are on page vii, which can be accessed by entering vii (in lower case) on the page locator in the pdf. The articles are all linked to the index, so they can be accessed by just clicking on the title in the contents of the pdf.

Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Volume 5
Volume 6
Volume 7
Volume 8
Volume 9
Volume 10
Volume 11
Volume 12
Volume 13

Volume 14
Volume 15
Volume 16
Volume 17
Volume 18
Correspondence with Churchill and Attlee
Correspondence with Roosevelt and Truman
Tehran Yalta & Potsdam Conferences

Stalin Miscellany 

Dissident Elements in the Hands of German Reich Intelligence, J.V. Stalin, 1938 Posted March 24, 2024

“A Short History of the ACP[B]”
J.V. Stalin, 1938
Posted March 12, 2024

The Discussion with Sergei Eisenstein on the Film Ivan the Terrible
 
'Continue Your Glorious War of Liberation', The Correspondence of J.V. Stalin and Mao Zedong, January 1949
 
Marxism and the Nuclear Question
 
Five Conversations with Soviet Economists, 1941-52 
 
Two Documents on Electoral Questions
 
Discussion in the Meeting with the Creative Intellectuals
 
Poems, Joseph Dzhugashvili
 
Apropos of the Statement of Mr. Morrison
 
Letter to the Editor of Pravda Concerning V. Latsis’ Novel The New Shores
 
Record of the Discussions of J.V. Stalin with the Representatives of the C.C. of the Communist Party of India Comrades, Rao, Dange, Ghosh and Punnaiah on 9th February, 1951 
 
On the British Road to Socialism
 
 
И. В. СТАЛИН


Volume 1 1901-07

Preface to this Edition

Preface to Volume One

Author’s Preface to Volume One

FROM THE EDITORS

THE RUSSIAN SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC PARTY AND ITS IMMEDIATE TASKS

THE SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC VIEW OF THE NATIONAL QUESTION

A LETTER FROM KUTAIS

A LETTER FROM KUTAIS (From the Same Comrade)

THE PROLETARIAN CLASS AND THE PROLETARIAN PARTY (Concerning Paragraph One of the Party Rules)

WORKERS OF THE CAUCASUS, IT IS TIME TO TAKE REVENGE!

LONG LIVE INTERNATIONAL FRATERNITY!

TO CITIZENS. LONG LIVE THE RED FLAG!

BRIEFLY ABOUT THE DISAGREEMENTS IN THE PARTY

ARMED INSURRECTION AND OUR TACTICS

THE PROVISIONAL REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT AND SOCIAL-DEMOCRACY

A REPLY TO SOCIAL-DEMOCRAT

REACTION IS GROWING

THE BOURGEOISIE IS LAYING A TRAP

CITIZENS!

TO ALL THE WORKERS

TIFLIS, NOVEMBER 20, 1905

TWO CLASHES (Concerning January 9)

THE STATE DUMA AND THE TACTICS OF SOCIALDEMOCRACY

THE AGRARIAN QUESTION

CONCERNING THE AGRARIAN QUESTION

CONCERNING THE REVISION OF THE AGRARIAN PROGRAMME (Speech Delivered at the Seventh Sitting of the Fourth Congress of the R.S.D.L.P., April 13 (26), 1906)

ON THE PRESENT SITUATION (Speech Delivered at the Fifteenth Sitting of the Fourth Congress of the R.S.D.L.P., April 17 (30), 1906)

MARX AND ENGELS ON INSURRECTION

INTERNATIONAL COUNTER-REVOLUTION

THE PRESENT SITUATION AND THE UNITY CONGRESS OF THE WORKERS’ PARTY

THE CLASS STRUGGLE

“FACTORY LEGISLATION” AND THE PROLETARIAN STRUGGLE (Concerning the Two Laws of November 15)

ANARCHISM OR SOCIALISM?

I The Dialectical Method

II The Materialist Theory

III Proletarian Socialism

Appendix

Anarchism or Socialism?

Dialectical Materialism

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (1879-1906)


Volume 2

1907 – 1913

Preface

1907

PREFACE TO THE GEORGIAN EDITION OF K. KAUTSKY’S PAMPHLET THE DRIVING FORCES AND PROSPECTS OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION

THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN IN ST. PETERSBURG AND THE MENSHEVIKS

THE AUTOCRACY OF THE CADETS OR THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE PEOPLE?

THE PROLETARIAT IS FIGHTING, THE BOURGEOISIE IS CONCLUDING AN ALLIANCE WITH THE GOVERNMENT

COMRADE G. TELIA. In Memoriam

THE ADVANCED PROLETARIAT AND THE FIFTH PARTY CONGRESS

MUDDLE

OUR CAUCASIAN CLOWNS

THE DISPERSION OF THE DUMA AND THE TASKS OF THE PROLETARIAT

THE LONDON CONGRESS OF THE RUSSIAN SOCIALDEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY (Notes of a Delegate

I. The Composition of the Congress

II. The Agenda. Report of the Central Committee Report of the Group in the Duma

III. The Non-Proletarian Parties

IV. The Labour Congress

MANDATE TO THE SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC DEPUTIES IN THE THIRD STATE DUMA, Adopted at a Meeting of the Delegates of the WorkersCuria in the City of Baku, September 22, 1907

BOYCOTT THE CONFERENCE!

1908

BEFORE THE ELECTIONS

MORE ABOUT A CONFERENCE WITH GUARANTEES

WHAT DO OUR RECENT STRIKES TELL US?

THE CHANGE IN THE OIL OWNERS’ TACTICS

WE MUST PREPARE!

ECONOMIC TERRORISM AND THE LABOUR MOVEMENT

THE OIL OWNERS ON ECONOMIC TERRORISM

THE PRESS

Flunkey “Socialists”

Hypocritical Zubatovites

1909

THE CONFERENCE AND THE WORKERS

THE PARTY CRISIS AND OUR TASKS

THE FORTHCOMING GENERAL STRIKE

PARTY NEWS

Resolution of the Baku Committee on the Disagreements on the Enlarged Editorial Board of Proletary

THE DECEMBER STRIKE AND THE DECEMBER AGREEMENT (On the Occasion of the Fifth Anniversary)

1910

LETTERS FROM THE CAUCASUS

I. Baku

The Situation in the Oil Industry

Local Government in the Oil Fields

The State of the Organisation

“Legal Possibilities”

II. Tiflis

Programmatic Liquidationism

Tactical Liquidationism

RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE BAKU COMMITTEE ON JANUARY 22, 1910 (For the Forthcoming General Party Conference).

I. Political Agitation and the Actual Consolidation of the Party

II. Representation at the Forthcoming General Party Conference

AUGUST BEBEL, LEADER OF THE GERMAN WORKERS

A LETTER TO THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE PARTY FROM EXILE IN SOLVYCHEGODSK

1912

FOR THE PARTY!

LONG LIVE THE FIRST OF MAY!

A NEW PERIOD

LIBERAL HYPOCRITES

NON-PARTY SIMPLETONS

LIFE TRIUMPHS!

THEY ARE WORKING WELL

THE ICE HAS BROKEN!

HOW THEY ARE PREPARING FOR THE ELECTIONS

DEDUCTIONS

OUR AIMS

MANDATE OF THE ST. PETERSBURG WORKERS TO THEIR LABOUR DEPUTY

THE WILL OF THE VOTERS’ DELEGATES

THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS IN THE WORKERS’ CURIA OF ST. PETERSBURG

1. The Election of the Voters’ Delegates

2. The Election of Electors

3. Two Unities

4. The Election of the Duma Deputy

TODAY IS ELECTION DAY

1913

TO ALL THE WORKING MEN AND WORKING WOMEN OF RUSSIA! January 9

THE ELECTIONS IN ST. PETERSBURG (A Letter From St. Petersburg)

I. The Workers’ Curia

1. The Fight for Elections

2. The Deputy’s Mandate

3. Unity as a Mask, and the Election of the Duma Deputy

II. The City Curia

III. Summary

ON THE ROAD TO NATIONALISM (A Letter From the Caucasus)

MARXISM AND THE NATIONAL QUESTION

I. The Nation

II. The National Movement

III. Presentation of the Question

IV. Cultural-National Autonomy.

V. The Bund, Its Nationalism, Its Separatism

VI. The Caucasians, the Conference of the Liquidators

VII. The National Question in Russia

THE SITUATION IN THE SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC GROUP IN THE DUMA

THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE LENA MASSACRE

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (1907 to March 1917)


Volume 3

March – October, 1917

Preface

THE SOVIETS OF WORKERS’ AND SOLDIERS’ DEPUTIES

THE WAR

BIDDING FOR MINISTERIAL PORTFOLIOS

CONDITIONS FOR THE VICTORY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION

ABOLITION OF NATIONAL DISABILITIES

EITHER—OR

AGAINST FEDERALISM

TWO RESOLUTIONS

THE LAND TO THE PEASANTS

MAY DAY

THE PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT. Speech Delivered at a Meeting in Vasilyevsky Ostrov, April 18 (May 1), 1917

THE CONFERENCE IN THE MARIINSKY PALACE

THE SEVENTH (APRIL) CONFERENCE OF THE R.S.D.L.P (BOLSHEVIKS), April 24-29, 1917

1. Speech in Support of Comrade Lenin’s Resolution on the Current Situation, April 24

2. Report on the National Question, April 29

3. Reply to the Discussion on the National Question, April 29

LAGGING BEHIND THE REVOLUTION

WHAT DID WE EXPECT FROM THE CONFERENCE?

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN

YESTERDAY AND TODAY (Crisis of the Revolution)

AGAINST ISOLATED DEMONSTRATIONS

RESULTS OF THE PETROGRAD MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS

TO ALL THE TOILERS, TO ALL THE WORKERS AND SOLDIERS OF PETROGRAD

AT THE DEMONSTRATION

CLOSE THE RANKS!

SPEECHES DELIVERED AT AN EMERGENCY CONFERENCE OF THE PETROGRAD ORGANIZATION OF THE R.S.D.L.P. (BOLSHEVIKS), July 16-20, 1917

1. Report of the Central Committee on the July Events, July 16

2. Report on the Current Situation, July 16

3. Replies to Written Questions, July 16

4. Reply to the Discussion, July 16

WHAT HAS HAPPENED?

VICTORY OF THE COUNTER-REVOLUTION

THE VICTORY OF THE CADETS

TO ALL THE TOILERS, TO ALL THE WORKERS AND SOLDIERS OF PETROGRAD

TWO CONFERENCES

THE NEW GOVERNMENT

THE CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS

SPEECHES DELIVERED AT THE SIXTH CONGRESS OF THE R.S.D.L.P. (BOLSHEVIKS), July 26-August 3, 1917

l. Report of the Central Committee, July 27

2. Reply to the Discussion, July 27

3. Report on the Political Situation, July 30

4. Replies to Questions in Connection With the Report on the Political Situation, July 31

5. Reply to the Discussion, July 31

6. Reply to Preobrazhensky on Clause 9 of the Resolution “On the Political Situation,” August 3

WHAT DO THE CAPITALISTS WANT?

AGAINST THE MOSCOW CONFERENCE

MORE ON THE SUBJECT OF STOCKHOLM.

WHITHER THE MOSCOW CONFERENCE?

COUNTER-REVOLUTION AND THE PEOPLES OF RUSSIA

TWO COURSES

OUTCOME OF THE MOSCOW CONFERENCE

THE TRUTH ABOUT OUR DEFEAT AT THE FRONT

THE CAUSES OF THE JULY DEFEAT AT THE FRONT

WHO REALLY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEFEAT AT THE FRONT?

AMERICAN BILLIONS

THIS IS ELECTION DAY

A PERIOD OF PROVOCATION

DIVISION OF LABOUR IN THE “SOCIALIST-REVOLUTIONARY” PARTY

YELLOW ALLIANCE

EITHER—OR

WE DEMAND!

THE CONSPIRACY CONTINUES

AGAINST COMPROMISE WITH THE BOURGEOISIE

THE CRISIS AND THE DIRECTORY

THEY WILL NOT SWERVE FROM THEIR PATH

THE BREAK WITH THE CADETS

THE SECOND WAVE

FOREIGNERS AND THE KORNILOV CONSPIRACY

THE DEMOCRATIC CONFERENCE

TWO LINES

ALL POWER TO THE SOVIETS!

THE REVOLUTIONARY FRONT

FORGING CHAINS

A GOVERNMENT OF BOURGEOIS DICTATORSHIP

COMMENTS

The Railway Strike and the Democratic Bankrupts

The Russian Peasants and the Party of Numskulls

CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE WORKERS

YOU WILL WAIT IN VAIN!

COMMENTS

The Party of “Indeterminates” and the Russian Soldiers

Conspirators in Power

A PAPER COALITION

COMMENTS

Starvation in the Countryside

Starvation in the Factories

SELF-CHASTISEMENT

THE PLOT AGAINST THE REVOLUTION

WHO IS TORPEDOING THE CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY?

THE COUNTER-REVOLUTION IS MOBILIZING—PREPARE TO RESIST!

WHO NEEDS THE PRE-PARLIAMENT?

SOVIET POWER

A STUDY IN BRAZENNESS

BLACKLEGS OF THE REVOLUTION

SPEECH AT A MEETING OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE, October 16, 1917

“STRONG BULLS OF BASHAN HAVE BESET ME ROUND”

WHAT DO WE NEED?

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (March-October 1917)


Volume 4

November 1917 - 1920

Preface

1917

SPEECH DELIVERED AT THE CONGRESS OF THE FINNISH SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY, HELSINGFORS, November 14, 1917

REPLY TO UKRAINIAN COMRADES IN THE REAR AND AT THE FRONT

THE UKRAINIAN RADA. Speech Delivered in the All-Russian Central Executive Committee, December 14, 1917

WHAT IS THE UKRAINIAN RADA?

THE INDEPENDENCE OF FINLAND. Speech Delivered in the All-Russian Central Executive Committee, December 22, 1917 (Newspaper Report)

“TURKISH ARMENIA”

1918

SPEECH AT THE MEETING OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE R.S.D.L.P.(B.) ON THE QUESTION OF PEACE WITH THE GERMANS, January 11, 1918 (Summary Record in the Minutes)

THE KIEV BOURGEOIS RADA

SPEECHES DELIVERED AT THE THIRD ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS OF SOVIETS OF WORKERS’, SOLDIERS’ AND PEASANTS’ DEPUTIES, January 10-18, 1918

1. Report on the National Question, January 15 (Newspaper report)

2. Draft Resolution on the Federal Institutions of the Russian Republic

3. Reply to the Discussion on the Report on the National Question, January 15 (Newspaper Report)

TELEPHONE MESSAGE TO THE PETROGRAD COMMITTEE, R.S.D.L.P.(B.), February 21, 1918

TELEGRAM TO THE PEOPLE’S SECRETARIAT, UKRAINIAN SOVIET REPUBLIC, February 21, 1918

NOTE SENT BY DIRECT WIRE TO THE PEOPLE’S SECRETARIAT, UKRAINIAN SOVIET REPUBLIC, February 24, 1918

THE UKRAINIAN KNOT

A TATAR-BASHKIR SOVIET REPUBLIC

TRANSCAUCASIAN COUNTER-REVOLUTIONARIES UNDER A SOCIALIST MASK

ORGANIZATION OF A RUSSIAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC. Pravda Interview

Bourgeois-Democratic Federations

How the Russian Federation Now in Process of Formation Differs From Them

Structural Principles of the Russian Federation

Composition of the Russian Federal Republic

Rights of Federating Regions. Rights of National Minorities

Structure of the Central Authority

The Executive Organ of Power

Transitional Function of Federalism

Shaping the Political Structure of the Russian Federation. Federalism in Russia—a Transitional Step to Socialist Unitarism

ONE IMMEDIATE TASK

GENERAL PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE RUSSIAN SOCIALIST FEDERATIVE SOVIET REPUBLIC. Draft Approved by the Commission Appointed by the All-Russian C.E.C. for Drafting the Constitution of the Soviet Republic

TELEGRAM TO THE FIFTH CONGRESS OF SOVIETS OF THE TURKESTAN REGION, April 22, 1918

THE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE UKRAINE. Izvestia Interview

Conclusion of an Armistice

Subsequent Negotiations

Effect of the Coup d’État in the Ukraine

Causes of the Coup d’État

SPEECHES DELIVERED AT A CONFERENCE ON THE CONVENING OF A CONSTITUENT CONGRESS OF SOVIETS OF THE TATAR-BASHKIR SOVIET REPUBLIC, May 10-16, 1918

1. Speech at the Opening of the Conference, May 10

2. Speech at the Closing of the Conference, May 16

ANOTHER LIE

THE SITUATION IN THE CAUCASUS

I. Transcaucasia

II. The North Caucasus

CONCERNING THE SITUATION IN THE CAUCASUS From the People’s Commissariat for the Affairs of Nationalities

THE DON AND THE NORTH CAUCASUS (Machinations and the Facts)

TELEGRAM TO V. I. LENIN, June 7, 1918

LETTER TO V. I. LENIN, July 7, 1918

LETTER TO V. I. LENIN, July 10, 1918

LETTER TO V. I. LENIN, August 4, 1918

LETTER TO V. I. LENIN, August 31, 1918

TELEGRAM TO SVERDLOV, CHAIRMAN OF THE ALLRUSSIAN CENTRAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, August 31, 1918

TELEGRAM TO THE COUNCIL OF PEOPLE’S COMMISSARS, September 6, 1918

TELEGRAM TO VOROSHILOV, COMMANDER OF THE FRONT, TSARITSYN, September 19, 1918

THE SOUTHERN FRONT. Izvestia Interview

THE LOGIC OF FACTS (In Reference to the “Theses” of the Central Committee of the Mensheviks)

I. The October Revolution

II. The Dictatorship of the Proletariat

III. Petty-Bourgeois Muddle

IV. What Next?

SPEECH DELIVERED AT A PLENARY MEETING OF THE MOSCOW SOVIET OF WORKERS’, SOLDIERS’ AND PEASANTS’ DEPUTIES ON THE SITUATION ON THE SOUTHERN FRONT, October 29, 1918 (Newspaper Report)

THE SOUTH OF RUSSIA. Pravda Interview

Importance of the Southern Front

Tsaritsyn the Main Target

Wherein Lies the Strength of Our Army?

THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION (October 24 and 25, 1917, in Petrograd)

THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION AND THE NATIONAL QUESTION

I. The February Revolution and the National Question

II. The October Revolution and the National Question

III. The World-Wide Significance of the October Revolution

PARTITION WALL

DON’T FORGET THE EAST

THE UKRAINE IS LIBERATING ITSELF

LIGHT FROM THE EAST

THINGS ARE MOVING

1919

LETTER TO V. I. LENIN FROM THE EASTERN FRONT, January 5, 1919

REPORT TO V. I. LENIN

SPEECH DELIVERED AT A JOINT MEETING OF PARTY AND SOVIET ORGANIZATIONS IN VYATKA, January 19, 1919 (Record in the Minutes)

REPORT TO COMRADE LENIN BY THE COMMISSION OF THE PARTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE AND THE COUNCIL OF DEFENCE ON THE REASONS FOR THE FALL OF PERM IN DECEMBER 1918

General Picture of the Disaster

The Third Army and the Reserves

Conclusions

Control System of the Army and Instructions of the Centre

Conclusions

Insecurity of the Rear and Work of the Party and Soviet Institutions

Conclusions

Supply and Evacuation Agencies

Conclusions

Total Losses of Materiel and Men.

Measures Taken to Strengthen the Front

THE GOVERNMENT’S POLICY ON THE NATIONAL QUESTION

TO THE SOVIETS AND THE PARTY ORGANIZATIONS OF TURKESTAN

TWO CAMPS

OUR TASKS IN THE EAST

TWO YEARS

IMPERIALISM’S RESERVES

EXCERPT FROM A SPEECH ON THE MILITARY QUESTION DELIVERED AT THE EIGHTH CONGRESS OF THE R.C.P.(B.), March 21, 1919

THE RE-ORGANIZATION OF STATE CONTROL. Report Delivered at a Meeting of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee, April 9, 1919 (Newspaper Report)

THE SHOOTING OF THE TWENTY-SIX BAKU COMRADES BY AGENTS OF BRITISH IMPERIALISM

TELEGRAM TO THE INSPECTOR-EXTRAORDINARY OF STATE CONTROL, SHCHIGRY, May 7, 1919

NOTE TO V. I. LENIN FROM PETROGRAD BY DIRECT WIRE, May 25, 1919

TELEGRAM TO V. I. LENIN, June 16, 1919

NOTE TO V. I. LENIN FROM PETROGRAD BY DIRECT WIRE, June 18, 1919

THE PETROGRAD FRONT. Pravda Interview

1. The Approaches to Petrograd

2. The Enemy’s Forces

3. The Enemy’s Calculations

4. The Situation at the Front

5. The Navy

6. Summing up

LETTER TO V. I. LENIN ABOUT THE SITUATION ON THE WESTERN FRONT, August 11, 1919

LETTER TO V. I. LENIN FROM THE SOUTHERN FRONT, October 15, 1919

TELEGRAM TO V. I. LENIN, October 25, 1919

SPEECH AT THE OPENING OF THE SECOND ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS OF COMMUNIST ORGANIZATIONS OF THE PEOPLES OF THE EAST, November 22, 1919

GREETINGS TO PETROGRAD FROM THE SOUTHERN FRONT

THE MILITARY SITUATION IN THE SOUTH

I. Abortive Plans of the Entente

II. Causes of the Defeat of the Counter-revolution

III. Present Situation on the Southern Front

1920

ORDER OF THE DAY TO THE UKRAINIAN LABOUR ARMY, March 7, 1920

SPEECHES AT THE FOURTH CONFERENCE OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY (BOLSHEVIKS) OF THE UKRAINE, March 17-23, 1920

1. Speech at the Opening of the Conference, March 17

2. Report on Economic Policy, March 19

3. Reply to the Discussion on the Report on Economic Policy, March 20

4. Speech at the Closing of the Conference, March 23

LENIN AS THE ORGANIZER AND LEADER OF THE RUSSIAN COMMUNIST PARTY

I. Lenin as the Organizer of the Russian Communist Party

II. Lenin as the Leader of the Russian Communist Party

SPEECH DELIVERED AT A MEETING CALLED BY THE MOSCOW COMMITTEE, R.C.P.(B.) ON THE OCCASION OF V. I. LENIN’S FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY, April 23, 1920

THE ENTENTE’S NEW CAMPAIGN AGAINST RUSSIA

I. The General Situation

II. Rear. Striking Area

III. Prospects

THE SITUATION ON THE SOUTH-WESTERN FRONT. Ukrainian ROSTA Interview

The Break-Through

Results of the Break-Through

Fate of the Polish Third Army

Situation at the Front

Conclusions

The Crimean Front

TELEGRAM TO V. I. LENIN, June 25,

THE SITUATION ON THE POLISH FRONT. Pravda Interview

1. May-June

2. The Zhitomir Break-Through

3. Results of the Break-Through

4. The Danger From the South

5. Remember Wrangel

HOW THE RED ARMY IS GREETED. Statement to Krasnoarmeyets

TO ALL PARTY ORGANIZATIONS. Draft Letter of the C.C., R.C.P.(B.)

CREATION OF FIGHTING RESERVES OF THE REPUBLIC

1. Memorandum to the Political Bureau, C.C., R.C.P.(B.), August 25, 1920

2. Statement to the Political Bureau, C.C., R.C.P.(B.), August 30, 1920

THE POLICY OF THE SOVIET GOVERNMENT ON THE NATIONAL QUESTION IN RUSSIA

SPEECH AT THE OPENING OF THE FIRST ALLRUSSIAN CONFERENCE OF RESPONSIBLE PERSONNEL OF THE WORKERS’ AND PEASANTS’ INSPECTION, October 15, 1920

AUTHOR’S PREFACE. To a Collection of Articles on the National Question, Published in 1920

THE POLITICAL SITUATION OF THE REPUBLIC. Report Delivered at a Regional Conference of Communist Organizations of the Don and the Caucasus, held in Vladikavkaz, October 27, 1920

THREE YEARS OF PROLETARIAN DICTATORSHIP Report Delivered at a Celebration Meeting of the Baku Soviet, November 6, 1920

The First Period

The Second Period

The Third Period

Prospects

CONGRESS OF THE PEOPLES OF DAGHESTAN, November 13, 1920

1. Declaration on Soviet Autonomy for Daghestan

2. Concluding Remarks

CONGRESS OF THE PEOPLES OF THE TEREK REGION, November 17, 1920

1. Report on Soviet Autonomy for the Terek Region

2. Concluding Remarks

THE SITUATION IN THE CAUCASUS. Pravda Interview

LONG LIVE SOVIET ARMENIA!

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (1879-1906)


Volume 5

1921-23

Preface

SPEECH AT THE OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE OF COMMUNISTS OF THE TYURK PEOPLES OF THE R.S.F.S.R., January 1, 1921 (Record in the Minutes)

OUR DISAGREEMENTS

I. Two Methods of Approach to the Mass of the Workers

II. Conscious Democracy and Forced “Democracy”

THE IMMEDIATE TASKS OF THE PARTY IN THE NATIONAL QUESTION. Theses for the Tenth Congress of the R.C.P.(B.) Endorsed by the Central Committee of the Party

I. The Capitalist System and National Oppression

II. The Soviet System and National Freedom

III. The Immediate Tasks of the R.C.P.

THE TENTH CONGRESS OF THE R.C.P.(B.), March 8-16, 1921

1. Report on the Immediate Tasks of the Party in the National Question, March 10

2. Reply to the Discussion, March 10

A LETTER TO V. I. LENIN

CONCERNING THE PRESENTATION OF THE NATIONAL QUESTION

GREETINGS TO THE FIRST CONGRESS OF HIGHLAND WOMEN

THE POLITICAL STRATEGY AND TACTICS OF THE RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS. Synopsis of a Pamphlet

I. Definition of Terms and Subject of Investigation

II. Historic Turns in the Development of Russia

III. Questions

THE IMMEDIATE TASKS OF COMMUNISM IN GEORGIA AND TRANSCAUCASIA. Report to a General Meeting of the Tiflis Organisation of the Communist Party of Georgia, July 6, 1921

THE PARTY BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING POWER

THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION AND THE NATIONAL POLICY OF THE RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS

THE PROSPECTS

1922

TO PRAVDA

THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF PRAVDA (Reminiscences)

1. The Lena Events

2. The Foundation of Pravda

3. The Organisational Significance of Pravda

COMRADE LENIN ON VACATION. NOTES

GREETINGS TO PETROGRAD, TO THE SOVIET OF DEPUTIES

THE QUESTION OF THE UNION OF THE INDEPENDENT NATIONAL REPUBLICS Interview With a Pravda Correspondent

THE UNION OF THE SOVIET REPUBLICS Report Delivered at the Tenth All-Russian Congress of Soviets, December 26, 1922

THE FORMATION OF THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS Report Delivered at the First Congress of Soviets of the U.S.S.R., December 30, 1922

1923

CONCERNING THE QUESTION OF THE STRATEGY AND TACTICS OF THE RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS

I. Preliminary Concepts

1. Two Aspects of the Working-Class Movement

2. The Theory and Programme of Marxism

3. Strategy

4. Tactics

5. Forms of Struggle

6. Forms of Organisation

7. The Slogan. The Directive

II. The Strategic Plan

1. Historic Turns. Strategic Plans

2. The First Historic Turn and the Course Towards the Bourgeois-Democratic Revolution in Russia

3. The Second Historic Turn and the Course Towards the Dictatorship of the Proletariat in Russia

4. The Third Historic Turn and the Course Towards the Proletarian Revolution in Europe

NATIONAL FACTORS IN PARTY AND STATE AFFAIRS

Theses for the Twelfth Congress of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks), Approved by the Central Committee of the Party

I

II

THE TWELFTH CONGRESS OF THE R.C.P.(B.), April 17-25, 1923

1. The Organisational Report of the Central Committee of the R.C.P.(B.), April 17

2. Reply to the Discussion on the Central Committee’s Organisational Report, April 19

3. Report on National Factors in Party and State Affairs, April 23

4. Reply to the Discussion on the Report on National Factors in Party and State Affairs, April 25

5. Answer on the Amendments to the Resolution, April 25

6. Supplement to the Report of the Commission on the National Question, April 25

THE PRESS AS A COLLECTIVE ORGANISER

CONFUSION WORSE CONFOUNDED

FOURTH CONFERENCE OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE R.C.P.(B.) WITH RESPONSIBLE WORKERS OF THE NATIONAL REPUBLICS AND REGIONS, June 9-12, 1923

1. Draft Platform on the National Question for the Fourth Conference, Endorsed by the Political Bureau of the Central Committee

The General Line on Party Work on the National Question

Questions Connected With the Institution or a Second Chamber or the Central Executive Committee or the Union and With the Organisation of the People’s Commissariats or the Union or Republics

Measures for Drawing Working People of the Local Population Into Party and Soviet Affairs

Measures to Raise the Cultural Level or the Local Population

Economic Construction in the National Republics and Regions From the Standpoint of the Specific National Features or Their Manner or Life

Practical Measures for the Organisation of National Military Units

The Organisation of Party Educational Work

Selection or Party and Soviet officials With a View to Implementing the Resolution on the National Question Adopted by the Twelfth Congress

2. Rights and “Lefts” in the National Republics and Regions. Speech on the First Item of the Conference Agenda: “The Sultan-Galiyev Case,” June 10

3. Practical Measures for Implementing the Resolution on the National Question Adopted by the Twelfth Party Congress. Report on the Second Item of the Agenda, June 10

4. Reply to the Discussion, June 12

5. Reply to Speeches, June 12

THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION AND THE QUESTION OF THE MIDDLE STRATA

THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST CONGRESS OF WORKING WOMEN AND PEASANT WOMEN

SPEECH AT A CELEBRATION MEETING AT THE MILITARY ACADEMY, November 17, 1923 (Brief Newspaper Report)

THE PARTY’S TASKS. Report Delivered at an Enlarged Meeting of the Krasnaya Presnya District Committee of the R.C.P.(B.) With Group Organisers, Members of the Debating Society and of the Bureau of the Party Units, December 2, 1923

Discussion—a Sign of the Party’s Strength

Causes of the Discussion

Defects in Internal Party Life

The Causes of the Defects

How Should the Defects in Internal Party Life Be Removed?

THE DISCUSSION, RAFAIL, THE ARTICLES BY PREOBRAZHENSKY AND SAPRONOV, AND TROTSKY’S LETTER

The Discussion

Rafail

Preobrazhensky’s Article

Sapronov’s Article

Trotsky’s Letter

A NECESSARY COMMENT (Concerning Rafail)

GREETINGS TO THE NEWSPAPER COMMUNIST

Appendices

Appendix 1. Declaration on the Formation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Appendix 2. Treaty on the Formation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (1921-1923)


Volume 6

1924

Preface

THE DISCUSSION. Interview With a Rosta Correspondent, January 9, 1924

THIRTEENTH CONFERENCE OF THE R.C.P.(B.), January 16-18, 1924

1. Report on Immediate Tasks in Party Affairs, January 17

2. Reply to the Discussion, January 18

ON THE DEATH OF LENIN. A Speech Delivered at the Second All-Union Congress of Soviets, January 26, 1924

LENIN. A Speech Delivered at a Memorial Meeting of the Kremlin Military School, January 28, 1924

The Mountain Eagle

Modesty

Force of Logic

No Whining

No Boasting

Fidelity to Principle

Faith in the Masses

The Genius of Revolution

ON THE CONTRADICTIONS IN THE YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE. Speech at the C.C., R.C.P.(B.) Conference on Work Among the Youth, April 3, 1924

THE FOUNDATIONS OF LENINISM. Lectures Delivered at the Sverdlov University

I. The Historical Roots of Leninism

II. Method

III. Theory

IV. The Dictatorship of the Proletariat

V. The Peasant Question

VI. The National Question

VII. Strategy and Tactics

VIII. The Party

IX. Style in Work

THIRTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE R.C.P.(B.), May 23-31, 1924

Organisational Report of the Central Committee, May 24

1. The Mass Organisations That Link the Party With the Class

2. The State Apparatus

3. The Composition of the Party. The Lenin Enrolment

4. The composition of Leading Party Bodies, Cadres and the Younger Party Element

5. The Work of the Party in the Sphere or Agitation and Propaganda

6. The Work of the Party in the Registration, Allocation and Promotion of Forces

7. Inner-Party Life

8. Conclusions

Reply to the Discussion, May 27

THE RESULTS OF THE THIRTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE R.C.P.(B.). Report Delivered at the C.C., R.C.P.(B.) Courses for Secretaries of Uyezd Party Committees, June 17, 1924

Foreign Affairs

Questions of the Bond Between Town and Country

Questions of the Education and Re-education of the Working Masses

The Party

The Tasks of Party Workers in the Uyezds

WORKER CORRESPONDENTS. Interview With a Representative of the Magazine Rabochy Korrespondent

THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF POLAND. Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Polish Commission of the Comintern, July 3, 1924

A LETTER TO COMRADE DEMYAN BEDNY. July 15, 1924

Y. M. SVERDLOV

CONCERNING THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION

1. The Period of Bourgeois-Democratic “Pacifism”

2. The Intervention of America in European Affairs and the Entente’s London Agreement on Reparations

3. Strengthening of the Revolutionary Elements in the European Labour Movement. Growth of the International Popularity of the Soviet Union

THE PARTY’S IMMEDIATE TASKS IN THE COUNTRYSIDE Speech Delivered at a Conference of Secretaries of Rural Party Units, Called by the Central Committee of the R.C.P.(B.), October 22, 1924

Defects in the Reports From the Localities

The Party’s Chief Defect—the Weakness of Party Work in the Countryside

Wherein Lies the Strength of Our Party in the Towns?

Wherein Lies the Weakness of Our Work in the Countryside? 318

The Chief Task Is to Create a Peasant Active Around the Party

The Soviets Must Be Revitalised

The Approach to the Peasantry Must Be Changed

The Lessons of the Revolt in Georgia

A Tactful Approach to the Peasantry Is Needed

The Party’s Chief Tasks

Conditions for the Work

The Chief Thing Is To Maintain Contact With the Millions of Non-Party People

THE PARTY’S TASKS IN THE COUNTRYSIDE. Speech Delivered at the Plenum of the Central Committee of the R.C.P.(B.), October 26, 1924

ENTRY IN THE RED BOOK OF THE DYNAMO FACTORY, November 7, 1924

TO THE FIRST CAVALRY ARMY

TO KRESTYANSKAYA GAZETA

TROTSKYISM OR LENINISM? Speech Delivered at the Plenum of the Communist Group in the A.U.C.C.T.U., November 19, 1924

I. The Facts About the October Uprising

II. The Party and the Preparation for October

III. Trotskyism or Leninism?

THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION AND THE TACTICS OF THE RUSSIAN COMMUNISTS. Preface to the Book On the Road to October

I. The External and Internal Setting for the October Revolution

II. Two Specific Features of the October Revolution—or October and Trotsky’s Theory of “Permanent” Revolution

III. Certain Specific Features of the Tactics of the Bolsheviks During the Period of Preparation for October

IV. The October Revolution as the Beginning of and the Pre-condition for the World Revolution

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (1924)


Volume 7

1925

Preface

WORKING WOMEN AND PEASANT WOMEN, REMEMBER AND CARRY OUT ILYICH’S BEHESTS!

TO THE TEACHERS’ CONGRESS

THE TASKS OF THE MAGAZINE KRASNAYA MOLODYOZH

SPEECH DELIVERED AT A PLENUM OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE AND THE CENTRAL CONTROL COMMISSION OF THE R.C.P.(B.), January 17, 1925

SPEECH DELIVERED AT THE PLENUM OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE R.C.P.(B.), January 19, 1925

TO RABOCHAYA GAZETA

A LETTER TO COMRADE D—OV

“DYMOVKA.” Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Organising Bureau of the Central Committee of the R.C.P.(B.), January 26, 1925

CONCERNING THE QUESTION OF THE PROLETARIAT AND THE PEASANTRY. Speech Delivered at the Thirteenth Gubernia Conference of the Moscow Organisation of the R.C.P.(B.), January 27, 1925

THE PROSPECTS OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF GERMANY AND THE QUESTION OF BOLSHEVISATION. Interview with Herzog, Member of the C.P.G.

A LETTER TO COMRADE ME—RT

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE R.C.P.(B.) TO THE CENTRAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE KUOMINTANG

THE INTERNATIONAL SITUATION AND THE TASKS OF THE COMMUNIST PARTIES

THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA Speech Delivered in the Czechoslovak Commission of the E.C.C.I., March 27, 1925

CONCERNING THE NATIONAL QUESTION IN YUGOSLAVIA Speech Delivered in the Yugoslav Commission of the E.C.C.I., March 30, 1925

THE ACTIVE OF THE YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE IN THE COUNTRYSIDE. Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Organising Bureau of the Central Committee of the R.C.P.(B.), April 6, 1925

TO THE FIRST ALL-UNION CONFERENCE OF PROLETARIAN STUDENTS. A Message

THE RESULTS OF THE WORK OF THE FOURTEENTH CONFERENCE OF THE R.C.P.(B.); Report Delivered at a Meeting of the Active of the Moscow Organisation of the R.C.P.(B.), May 9, 1925

I. The International Situation

II. The Immediate Tasks of the Communist Parties in the Capitalist Countries

III. The Immediate Tasks of the Communist Elements in the Colonial and Dependent Countries

IV. The Fate of Socialism in the Soviet Union

V. The Party’s Policy in the Countryside

VI. The Metal Industry

THE POLITICAL TASKS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PEOPLES OF THE EAST. Speech Delivered at a Meeting of Students of the Communist University of the Toilers of the East, May 18, 1925

I. The Tasks of the Communist University of the Toilers of the East in Relation to the Soviet Republics of the East

II. The Tasks of the Communist University of the Toilers of the East in Relation to the Colonial and Dependent Countries of the East

TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF KOMSOMOLSKAYA PRAVDA

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Speech Delivered at the Sverdlov University, June 9,

TO THE SVERDLOV UNIVERSITY. On the Occasion of the Second Graduation of Students of Basic and Trade Union Courses

THE NATIONAL QUESTION ONCE AGAIN. Concerning the Article by Semich

THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT IN THE EAST. Interview Given to Mr. Fuse, Japanese Correspondent of Nichi-Nichi

A LETTER TO COMRADE YERMAKOVSKY

INTERVIEW WITH THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE CONFERENCE OF AGITATION AND PROPAGANDA DEPARTMENTS, October 14, 1925

THE TASKS OF THE YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE. Answers to Questions Submitted by the Editorial Board of Komsomolskaya Pravda

SPEECH AT THE FUNERAL OF M. V. FRUNZE, November 3, 1925

OCTOBER, LENIN, AND THE PROSPECTS OF OUR DEVELOPMENT

A LETTER TO THE PRESIDIUM OF THE TWENTYSECOND LENINGRAD GUBERNIA PARTY CONFERENCE

THE FOURTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE C.P.S.U.(B.), December 18-31, 1925

Political Report of the Central Committee, December 18

I. The International Situation

1. The Stabilisation of Capitalism

2. Imperialism, the Colonies and Semi-Colonies

3. Victors and Vanquished

4. The Contradictions between the Victor Countries

5. The Capitalist World and the Soviet Union

6. The External Position of the U.S.S.R

7. The Party’s Tasks

II. The Internal Situation in the Soviet Union

1. The National Economy as a Whole

2. Industry and Agriculture

3. Questions Concerning Trade

4. Classes, Their Activity, Their Correlation

5. Lenin’s Three Slogans on the Peasant Question

6. Two Dangers and Two Deviations In Regard to the Peasant Question

7. The Party’s Tasks

III. The Party

Reply to the Discussion on the Political Report of the Central Committee, December 23

1. Sokolnikov and the Dawesation of Our Country

2. Kamenev and Our Concessions to the Peasantry

3. Whose Miscalculations?

4. How Sokolnikov Protects the Poor Peasants

5. Ideological Struggle or Slander?

6. Concerning NEP

7. Concerning State Capitalism

8. Zinoviev and the Peasantry

9. Concerning the History of the Disagreements

10. The Opposition’s Platform

11. Their “Desire for Peace”

12. The Party Will Achieve Unity

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (1925)


Volume 8

1926

Preface

THE FIGHT AGAINST RIGHT AND “ULTRA-LEFT” DEVIATIONS. Two Speeches Delivered at a Meeting of the Presidium of the E.C.C.I., January 22, 1926

I

II

PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION OF THE COLLECTION QUESTIONS OF LENINISM

CONCERNING QUESTIONS OF LENINISM

I. The Definition of Leninism

II. The Main Thing in Leninism

III. The Question of “Permanent” Revolution

IV. The Proletarian Revolution and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat

V. The Party and the Working Class in the System of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat

VI. The Question of the Victory of Socialism in One Country

VII. The Fight for the Victory of Socialist Construction

THE PEASANTRY AS AN ALLY OF THE WORKING CLASS. Reply to Comrades P. F. Boltnev, V. I. Efremov and V. I. Ivlev

THE POSSIBILITY OF BUILDING SOCIALISM IN OUR COUNTRY. Reply to Comrade Pokoyev

COMRADE KOTOVSKY

SPEECH DELIVERED IN THE FRENCH COMMISSION OF THE SIXTH ENLARGED PLENUM OF THE E.C.C.I., March 6, 1926

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNIST WOMEN’S DAY

SPEECH DELIVERED IN THE GERMAN COMMISSION OF THE SIXTH ENLARGED PLENUM OF THE E.C.C.I., March 8, 1926

THE ECONOMIC SITUATION OF THE SOVIET UNION AND THE POLICY OF THE PARTY. Report to the Active of the Leningrad Party Organisation on the Work of the Plenum of the C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.), April 13, 1926

I. Two Periods of NEP

II. The Course Towards Industrialisation

III. Questions of Socialist Accumulation

IV. The Proper Use of Accumulations. The Regime of Economy

V. We Must Create Cadres of Builders of Industry

VI. We Must Raise the Activity of the Working Class

VII. We Must Strengthen the Alliance of the Workers and Peasants

VIII. We Must Put Inner-Party Democracy into Effect

IX. We Must Protect the Unity of the Party

X. Conclusions

TO COMRADE KAGANOVICH AND THE OTHER MEMBERS OF THE POLITICAL BUREAU OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE, UKRAINIAN C.P.(B.)

THE BRITISH STRIKE AND THE EVENTS IN POLAND. Report Delivered at a Meeting of Workers of the Chief Railway Workshops in Tiflis, June 8, 1926

What Caused the Strike in Britain?

Why Did the British General Strike Fail?

Lessons of the General Strike

Some Conclusions

The Recent Events in Poland

REPLY TO THE GREETINGS OF THE WORKERS OF THE CHIEF RAILWAY WORKSHOPS IN TIFLIS, June 8, 1926

THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN UNITY COMMITTEE. Speech Delivered at a Joint Plenum of the Central Committee and the Central Control Commission, C.P.S.U.(B.), July 15, 1926

F. DZERZHINSKY (In Memory of F. Dzerzhinsky)

THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN COMMITTEE. Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Presidium of the E.C.C.I., August 7, 1926

TO THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE DAILY WORKER, CENTRAL ORGAN OF THE WORKERS PARTY OF AMERICA

LETTER TO SLEPKOV

MEASURES FOR MITIGATING THE INNER-PARTY STRUGGLE. Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Political Bureau of the C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.), October 11, 1926

THE OPPOSITION BLOC IN THE C.P.S.U.(B.). Theses for the Fifteenth All-Union Conference of the C.P.S.U.(B.), Adopted by the Conference and Endorsed by the C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.)

I. The Passing over of the “New Opposition” to Trotskyism on the Basic Question of the Character and Prospects of Our Revolution

II. The Practical Platform of the Opposition Bloc

III. The “Revolutionary” Words and Opportunist Deeds of the Opposition Bloc

IV. Conclusions

THE SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC DEVIATION IN OUR PARTY. Report Delivered at the Fifteenth All-Union Conference of the C.P.S.U.(B.), November 1, 1926

I. The Stages of Development of the Opposition Bloc

1. The First Stage

2. The Second Stage

3. The Third Stage

4. The Fourth Stage

5. Lenin and the Question of Blocs in the Party

6. The Process of Decomposition of the Opposition Bloc

7. What Is the Opposition Bloc Counting on?

II. The Principal Error of the Opposition Bloc

1. Preliminary Remarks

2. Leninism or Trotskyism?

3. The Resolution of the Fourteenth Conference on the R.C.P.(B.)

4. The Passing over of the “New Opposition” to Trotskyism

5. Trotsky’s Evasion. Smilga. Radek

6. The Decisive Importance of the Question of the Prospects of Our Constructive Work

7. The Political Prospects of the Opposition Bloc

III. The Political and Organisational Errors of the Opposition Bloc

IV. Some Conclusions

REPLY TO THE DISCUSSION ON THE REPORT ON “THE SOCIAL-DEMOCRATIC DEVIATION IN OUR PARTY,” November 3, 1926

I. Some General Questions

1. Marxism Is Not a Dogma, but a Guide to Action

2. Some Remarks of Lenin on the Dictatorship of the Proletariat

3. The Unevenness of Development of the Capitalist Countries

II. Kamenev Clears the Way for Trotsky

III. An Incredible Muddle, or Zinoviev on Revolutionary Spirit and Internationalism

IV. Trotsky Falsifies Leninism

1. Trotsky’s conjuring Tricks, or the Question of “Permanent Revolution”

2. Juggling with Quotations, or Trotsky Falsifies Leninism

3. “Trifles” and Curiosities

V. The Practical Platform of the Opposition. The Demands of the Party

VI. Conclusion

THE PROSPECTS OF THE REVOLUTION IN CHINA. Speech Delivered in the Chinese Commission of the E.C.C.I., November 30, 1926

I. Character of the Revolution in China

II. Imperialism and Imperialist Intervention in China

III. The Revolutionary Army in China

IV. Character of the Future Government in China

V. The Peasant Question in China

VI. The Proletariat and the Hegemony of the Proletariat in China

VII. The Question of the Youth in China

VIII. Some Conclusions

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (January-November 1926)


Volume 9

December 1926 – July 1927

Preface

THE SEVENTH ENLARGED PLENUM OF THE E.C.C.I., November 22-December 16, 1926

Once More on the Social-Democratic Deviation in Our Party. Report Delivered on December 7

I. Preliminary Remarks

1. Contradictions of Inner-Party Development

2. Sources of Contradictions Within the Party

II. Specific Features of the Opposition in the C.P.S.U.(B.)

III. The Disagreements in the C.P.S.U.(B.)

1. Questions of Socialist Construction

2. Factors of the “Respite”

3. The Unity and Inseparability of the “National” and International Tasks of the Revolution

4. Concerning the History of the Question of Building Socialism

5. The Special Importance of the Question of Building Socialism in the U.S.S.R. at the Present Moment

6. The Perspectives of the Revolution

7. How the Question Really Stands

8. The Chances of Victory

9. Disagreements Over Political Practice

IV. The Opposition at Work

V. Why the Enemies of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat Praise the Opposition

VI. Defeat of the Opposition Bloc

VII. The Practical Meaning and Importance of the Fifteenth Conference of the C.P.S.U.(B.)

Reply to the Discussion, December 13

I. Miscellaneous Remarks

1. We Need Facts, Not Inventions and Tittle-Tattle

2. Why the Enemies of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat Praise the Opposition

3. There Are Errors and Errors

4. The Dictatorship of the Proletariat According to Zinoviev

5. Trotsky’s Oracular Sayings

6. Zinoviev In the Role of a Schoolboy Quoting Marx, Engels, Lenin

7. Revisionism According to Zinoviev

II. The Question of the Victory of Socialism in Individual Capitalist Countries

1. The Prerequisites for Proletarian Revolutions in Individual Countries in the Period of Imperialism

2. How Zinoviev “Elaborates” Lenin

III. The Question of Building Socialism in the U.S.S.R.

1. The “Manoeuvres” of the Opposition and the “National-Reformism” of Lenin’s Party . . . . 121

2. We are Building and Can Completely Build the Economic Basis of Socialism in the U.S.S.R.

3. We are Building Socialism in Alliance With the World Proletariat

4. The Question of Degeneration

IV. The Opposition and the Question of Party Unity

V. Conclusion

LETTER TO KSENOFONTOV

SPEECH DELIVERED AT THE FIFTEENTH MOSCOW GUBERNIA PARTY CONFERENCE, January 14, 1927

LETTER TO COMRADE ZAITSEV

TO THE LENA WORKERS

GREETINGS TO THE STALINGRAD NEWSPAPER BORBA

SPEECH DELIVERED AT A MEETING OF WORKERS OF THE STALIN RAILWAY WORKSHOPS, OCTOBER RAILWAY, March 1, 1927 (Abbreviated Report)

LETTER TO COMRADES TSVETKOV AND ALYPOV

CONCERNING THE QUESTION OF A WORKERS’ AND PEASANTS’ GOVERNMENT. Reply to Dmitriev

LETTER TO SHINKEVICH

SPEECH DELIVERED AT THE FIFTH ALL-UNION CONFERENCE OF THE ALL-UNION LENINIST YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE, March 29, 1927

LETTER TO CHUGUNOV

THE PARTY’S THREE FUNDAMENTAL SLOGANS ON THE PEASANT QUESTION. Reply to Yan—sky

QUESTIONS OF THE CHINESE REVOLUTION. Theses for Propagandists, Approved by the C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.)

I. Prospects of the Chinese Revolution

II. The First Stage of the Chinese Revolution

III. The Second Stage of the Chinese Revolution

IV. Errors of the Opposition

TO PRAVDA (On the Occasion of Its Fifteenth Anniversary)

CONCERNING QUESTIONS OF THE CHINESE REVOLUTION. Reply to Comrade Marchulin

TALK WITH STUDENTS OF THE SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY, May 13, 1927

THE SLOGAN OF THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLETARIAT AND POOR PEASANTRY IN THE PERIOD OF PREPARATION FOR OCTOBER. Reply to S. Pokrovsky

THE REVOLUTION IN CHINA AND THE TASKS OF THE COMINTERN. Speech Delivered at the Tenth Sitting. Eighth Plenum of the E.C.C.I., May 24, 1927

I. Some Minor Questions

II. The Agrarian-Peasant Revolution as the Basis of the Bourgeois-Democratic Revolution

III. The Right Kuomintang in Nanking, Which Massacres Communists, and the Left Kuomintang in Wuhan, Which Maintains an Alliance With the Communists

IV. Soviets of Workers’ and Peasants’ Deputies in China

V. Two Lines

TO THE STUDENTS OF THE COMMUNIST UNIVERSITY OF THE TOILERS OF THE EAST

REPLY TO S. POKROVSKY

NOTES ON CONTEMPORARY THEMES

I. The Threat of War

II. China

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (December 1926-July 1927)


Volume 10

August – September 1927

Preface

JOINT PLENUM OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE AND CENTRAL CONTROL COMMISSION OF THE C.P.S.U.(B.), July 29-August 9, 1927

The International Situation and the Defence of the U.S.S.R. Speech Delivered on August

I. The Attacks of the Opposition on Sections of the Comintern

II. About China

III. The Anglo-Soviet Unity Committee

IV. The Threat of War and the Defence of the U.S.S.R.

Speech Delivered on August 5

With Reference to the Opposition’s “Declaration” of August 8, 1927. Speech Delivered on August 9

INTERVIEW WTTH THE FIRST AMERICAN LABOUR DELEGATION, September 9, 1927

I. Questions Put by the Delegation and Comrade Stalin’s Answers

II. Questions Put by Comrade Stalin and the Delegates’ Replies

TO COMRADE M. I. ULYANOVA. REPLY TO COMRADE L. MIKHELSON

THE POLITICAL COMPLEXION OF THE RUSSIAN OPPOSITION. Excerpt from a Speech Delivered at a Joint Meeting of the Presidium of the Executive Committee of the Comintern and the International Control Commission, September 27, 1927

SYNOPSIS OF THE ARTICLE “THE INTERNATIONAL CHARACTER OF THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION”

THE TROTSKYIST OPPOSITION BEFORE AND NOW. Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Joint Plenum of the Central Committee and Central Control Commission of the C.P.S.U.(B.), October 23, 1927

I. Some Minor Questions

II. The Opposition’s “Platform”

III. Lenin on Discussions and Oppositions in General

IV. The Opposition and the “Third Force”

V. How the Opposition Is “Preparing” for the Congress

VI. From Leninism to Trotskyism

VII. Some of the Most Important Results of the Party’s Policy During the Past Few Years

VIII. Back to Axelrod

INTERVIEW WITH FOREIGN WORKERS’ DELEGATIONS, November 5, 1927

THE INTERNATIONAL CHARACTER OF THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION. On the Occasion of the Tenth Anniversary of the October Revolution

TO THE PARTY CONFERENCE OF THE MOSCOW MILITARY AREA

THE PARTY AND THE OPPOSITION. Speech Delivered at the Sixteenth Moscow Gubernia Party Conference, November 23, 1927

I. Brief Results of the Discussion

II. The Working Class and the Peasantry

III. The Party and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat

IV. The Prospects of Our Revolution

V. What Next?

THE FIFTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE C.P.S.U.(B.), December 2-19, 1927

Political Report of the Central Committee, December 3

I. The Growing Crisis of World Capitalism and the External Situation of the U.S.S.R.

1. The Economics of World Capitalism and the Intensification of the Struggle for Foreign Markets

2. The International Policy of Capitalism and the Preparation of New Imperialist Wars

3. The State of the World Revolutionary Movement and the Harbingers of a New Revolutionary Upsurge

4. The Capitalist World and the U.S.S.R.

5. Conclusions

II. The Successes of Socialist Construction and the Internal Situation in the U.S.S.R.

1. The National Economy as a Whole

2. The Rate of Development of Our Large-Scale Socialist Industry

3. The Rate of Development of Our Agriculture

4. Classes, the State Apparatus and the Country’s Cultural Development

III. The Party and the Opposition

1. The State of the Party

2. The Results of the Discussion

3. The Fundamental Divergences Between the Party and the Opposition

4. What Next?

IV. General Summary

Reply to the Discussion on the Political Report of the Central Committee, December 7

I. Concerning Rakovsky’s Speech

II. Concerning Kamenev’s Speech

III. The Summing Up

STATEMENT TO FOREIGN PRESS CORRESPONDENTS CONCERNING THE COUNTERFEIT “ARTICLES BY STALIN”

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (August-December 1927)



Volume 11

1928 – March 1929

Preface

GRAIN PROCUREMENTS AND THE PROSPECTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURE. From Statements Made in Various Parts of Siberia in January 1928. (Brief Record)

FIRST RESULTS OF THE PROCUREMENT CAMPAIGN AND THE FURTHER TASKS OF THE PARTY. To All Organisations of the C.P.S.U.(B.)

GREETINGS TO THE RED ARMY ON ITS TENTH ANNIVERSARY

THREE DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF THE RED ARMY. Speech Delivered at a Plenum of the Moscow Soviet Held in Honour of the Tenth Anniversary of the Red Army, February 25, 1928

THE WORK OF THE APRIL JOINT PLENUM OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE AND CENTRAL CONTROL COMMISSION. Report Delivered at a Meeting of the Active of the Moscow Organisation of the C.P.S.U.(B.), April 13, 1928

I. Self-Criticism

II. The Question of Grain Procurement

III. The Shakhty Affair

IV. General Conclusion

GREETINGS TO THE WORKERS OF KOSTROMA

SPEECH DELIVERED AT THE EIGHTH CONGRESS OF THE ALL-UNION LENINIST YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE, May 16, 1928

I. Strengthen the Readiness for Action of the Working Class

II. Organise Mass Criticism from Below

III. The Youth Must Master Science

TO KOMSOMOLSKAYA PRAVDA. On Its Third Anniversary

TO THE SVERDLOV UNIVERSITY. On Its Tenth Anniversary

ON THE GRAIN FRONT. From a Talk to Students of the Institute of Red Professors, the Communist Academy and the Sverdlov University, May 28, 1928

LETTER TO THE MEMBERS OF THE PARTY AFFAIRS STUDY CIRCLE AT THE COMMUNIST ACADEMY

LENIN AND THE QUESTION OF THE ALLIANCE WITH THE MIDDLE PEASANT. Reply to Comrade S.

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE POLITICAL BUREAU OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Reply to Frumkin. (With Reference to Frumkin’s Letter of June 15, 1928)

AGAINST VULGARISING THE SLOGAN OF SELFCRITICISM

PLENUM OF THE C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.). July 4-12, 1928

The Programme of the Comintern. Speech Delivered on July 5, 1928

Industrialisation and the Grain Problem. Speech Delivered on July 9, 1928

On the Bond between the Workers and Peasants and On State Farms. From a Speech Delivered on July 11, 1928

RESULTS OF THE JULY PLENUM OF THE C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.). Report to a Meeting of the Active of the Leningrad Organisation of the C.P.S.U.(B.), July 13, 1928

I. The Comintern

1. Major Problems of the Sixth Congress of the Comintern

2. The Programme of the Comintern

II. Questions of Socialist Construction in the U.S.S.R.

1. Grain Procurement Policy

2. Training of Cadres for the Work of Industrial Construction

III. Conclusion

TO THE LENINGRAD OSOAVIAKHIM

LETTER TO COMRADE KUIBYSHEV

TO THE MEMORY OF COMRADE I. I. SKVORTSOVSTEPANOV

THE RIGHT DANGER IN THE C.P.S.U.(B.). Speech Delivered at the Plenum of the Moscow Committee and Moscow Control Commission of the C.P.S.U.(B.), October 19, 1928

REPLY TO COMRADE SH.

TO THE LENINIST YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE. Greetings on the Day of the Tenth Anniversary of the All-Union Leninist Young Communist League

ON THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST CONGRESS OF WORKING WOMEN AND PEASANT WOMEN

INDUSTRIALISATION OF THE COUNTRY AND THE RIGHT DEVIATION IN THE C.P.S.U.(B.). Speech Delivered at the Plenum of the C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.), November 19, 1928

I. The Rate of Development of Industry

II. The Grain Problem

III. Combating Deviations and Conciliation towards Them

TO THE WORKERS OF THE “KATUSHKA” FACTORY, TO THE WORKERS OF THE YARTSEVO FACTORY, SMOLENSK GUBERNIA

TO THE WORKERS OF THE KRASNY PROFINTERN FACTORY, BEZHITSA

ON THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FRUNZE MILITARY ACADEMY OF THE WORKERS’ AND PEASANTS’ RED ARMY

THE RIGHT DANGER IN THE GERMAN COMMUNIST PARTY. Speech Delivered at a Meeting of the Presidium of the E.C.C.I., December 19, 1928

I. The Problem of the Capitalist Stabilisation

II. The Problem of the Class Battles of the Proletariat

III. The Problem of the German Communist Party

IV. The Rights in the C.P.G. and in the C.P.S.U.(B.)

V. The Drafts for the Open and Closed Letters

REPLY TO KUSHTYSEV

THEY HAVE SUNK TO THE DEPTHS

BUKHARIN’S GROUP AND THE RIGHT DEVIATION IN OUR PARTY. From Speeches Delivered at a Joint Meeting of the Political Bureau of the C.C. and the Presidium of the C.C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.) at the End of January and the Beginning of February 1929. (Brief Record)

REPLY TO BILL-BELOTSERKOVSKY

TO THE WORKING MEN AND WOMEN OF THE KRASNY TREUGOLNIK FACTORY

TELEGRAM TO THE RED ARMY MEN, COMMANDERS AND POLITICAL OFFICERS OF THE FIRST RED COSSACK REGIMENT, PROSKUROV

GREETINGS TO SELSKOKHOZYAISTVENNAYA GAZETA

THE NATIONAL QUESTION AND LENINISM. Reply to Comrades Meshkov, Kovalchuk, and Others

1. The Concept “Nation”

2. The Rise and Development of Nations

3. The Future of Nations and of National Languages

4. The Policy of the Party on the National Question

Notes

Biographical Chronicle



Volume 12

April 1929 – June 1930

Preface

THE RIGHT DEVIATION IN THE C.P.S.U.(B.). Speech Delivered at the Plenum of the Central Committee and Central Control Commission of the C.P.S.U.(B.) in April 1929. (Verbatim Report)

I. One Line or Two Lines?

II. Class Changes and Our Disagreements

III. Disagreements in Regard to the Comintern

IV. Disagreements in Regard to Internal Policy

a) The Class Struggle

b) The Intensification of the Class Struggle

c) The Peasantry

d) NEP and Market Relations

e) The So-Called “Tribute”

f) The Rate of Development of Industry and the New Forms of the Bond

g) Bukharin as a Theoretician

h) A Five-Year Plan or a Two-Year Plan

i) The Question of the Crop Area

j) Grain Procurements

k) Foreign Currency Reserves and Grain Imports

V. Questions of Party Leadership

a) The Factionalism of Bukharin’s Group

b) Loyalty and Collective Leadership

c) The Fight Against the Right Deviation

VI. Conclusions

EMULATION AND LABOUR ENTHUSIASM OF THE MASSES. Foreword to E. Mikulina’s Pamphlet Emulation of the Masses

TO COMRADE FELIX KON. Copy to Comrade Kolotilov, Secretary, Regional Bureau of the Central Committee, Ivanovo-Voznesensk Region

TO THE YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE OF THE UKRAINE ON ITS TENTH ANNIVERSARY

ENTRY IN THE LOG-BOOK OF THE CRUISER “CHERVONA UKRAINA”

A YEAR OF GREAT CHANGE. On the Occasion of the Twelfth Anniversary of the October Revolution

I. In the Sphere of Productivity of Labour

II. In the Sphere of Industrial Construction

III. In the Sphere of Agricultural Development

Conclusions

TO THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE NEWSPAPER TREVOGA, ORGAN OF THE SPECIAL FAR EASTERN ARMY

A NECESSARY CORRECTION

TO ALL ORGANISATIONS AND COMRADES WHO SENT GREETINGS ON THE OCCASION OF COMRADE STALIN’S FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY

CONCERNING QUESTIONS OF AGRARIAN POLICY IN THE U.S.S.R. Speech Delivered at a Conference of Marxist Students of Agrarian Questions, December 27, 1929

I. The Theory of “Equilibrium”

II. The Theory of “Spontaneity” in Socialist Construction

III. The Theory of the “Stability” of Small-Peasant Farming

IV. Town and Country

V. The Nature of Collective Farms

VI. The Class Changes and the Turn in the Party’s Policy

VII. Conclusions

LETTER TO A. M. GORKY

CONCERNING THE POLICY OF ELIMINATING THE KULAKS AS A CLASS

REPLY TO THE SVERDLOV COMRADES

I. The Sverdlov Students’ Questions

II. Comrade Stalin’s Reply

DIZZY WITH SUCCESS. Concerning Questions of the Collective-Farm Movement

LETTER TO COMRADE BEZYMENSKY

REPLY TO COLLECTIVE-FARM COMRADES

TO THE FIRST GRADUATES OF THE INDUSTRIAL ACADEMY

REPLY TO COMRADE M. RAFAIL. (Regional Trade-Union Council, Leningrad.) Copy to Comrade Kirov, Secretary Regional Committee of the C.P.S.U.(B.)

AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY WORKS, ROSTOV

TRACTOR WORKS, STALINGRAD

POLITICAL REPORT OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE TO THE SIXTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE C.P.S.U.(B.), June 27, 1930

I. The Growing Crisis of World Capitalism and the

External Situation of the U.S.S.R.

1. The World Economic Crisis

2. The Intensification of the Contradictions of Capitalism

3. The Relations Between the U.S.S.R. and the Capitalist States

II. The Increasing Advance of Socialist Construction and the Internal Situation in the U.S.S.R.

1. The Growth of the National Economy as a Whole

2. Successes in Industrialisation

3. The Key Position of Socialist Industry and Its Rate of Growth

4. Agriculture and the Grain Problem

5. The Turn of the Peasantry Towards Socialism and the Rate of Development of State Farms and Collective Farms

6. The Improvement in the Material and Cultural Conditions of the Workers and Peasants

7. Difficulties of Growth the Class Struggle and the Offensive of Socialism Along the Whole Front

8. The Capitalist or the Socialist System of Economy

9. The Next Tasks

a) General

b) Industry

c) Agriculture

d) Transport

III. The Party

1. Questions of the Guidance of Socialist Construction

2. Questions of the Guidance of Inner-Party Affairs

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (April 1929-June 1930)


Volume 13

July 1930 – January, 1934

Preface

REPLY TO THE DISCUSSION ON THE POLITICAL REPORT OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE TO THE SIXTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE C.P.S.U.(B.), July 2, 1930

LETTER TO COMRADE SHATUNOVSKY

LETTERS TO COMRADE CH.

TO COMRADE DEMYAN BEDNY. (Excerpts from a Letter)

ANTI-SEMITISM. Reply to an Inquiry of the Jewish News Agency in the United States

THE TASKS OF BUSINESS EXECUTIVES. Speech Delivered at the First All-Union Conference of Leading Personnel of Socialist Industry, February 4, 1931

LETTER TO COMRADE ETCHIN

GREETINGS TO THE STAFFS OF AZNEFT AND GROZNEFT

TO ELEKTROZAVOD

MAGNITOGORSK IRON AND STEEL WORKS PROJECT, MAGNITOGORSK

TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF THE ALLUNION CENTRE OF MACHINE AND TRACTOR STATIONS. TO ALL MACHINE AND TRACTOR STATIONS

TO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE GRAIN TRUST BOARD. TO ALL STATE GRAIN FARMS

NEW CONDITIONS—NEW TASKS IN ECONOMIC CONSTRUCTION. Speech Delivered at a Conference of Business Executives, June 23, 1931

I. Manpower

II. Wages

III. The Organisation of Work

IV. A Working-Class Industrial and Technical Intelligentsia

V. Signs of a Change of Attitude among the Old Industrial and Technical Intelligentsia

VI. Business Accounting

VII. New Methods of Work, New Methods of Management

TO THE WORKERS AND ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL OF AMO

TO THE WORKERS AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL OF THE KHARKOV TRACTOR WORKS PROJECT

TO THE NEWSPAPER TEKHNIKA

SOME QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE HISTORY OF BOLSHEVISM. Letter to the Editorial Board of the Magazine Proletarskaya Revolutsia

AUTOMOBILE WORKS, NIZHNI-NOVGOROD

TALK WITH THE GERMAN AUTHOR EMIL LUDWIG, December 13, 1931

TO THE CHIEF OF THE AUTOMOBILE WORKS PROJECT AND THE DIRECTOR OF THE MOLOTOV AUTOMOBILE WORKS, NIZHNI-NOVGOROD

TO THE CHIEF OF THE HARVESTER COMBINE WORKS PROJECT AND THE DIRECTOR OF THE HARVESTER COMBINE WORKS, SARATOV

REPLY TO OLEKHNOVICH AND ARISTOV. With Reference to the Letter Some Questions Concerning the History of BolshevismAddressed to the Editorial Board of the Magazine Proletarskaya Revolutsia

MAGNITOGORSK IRON AND STEEL WORKS PROJECT, MAGNITOGORSK

REPLY TO THE LETTER OF Mr. RICHARDSON, REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS AGENCY

THE IMPORTANCE AND TASKS OF THE COMPLAINTS BUREAUS

REPLIES TO THE QUESTIONS OF RALPH V. BARNES May 3, 1935

KUZNETSK IRON AND STEEL WORKS PROJECT KUZNETSK

GREETINGS TO THE SEVENTH ALL-UNION CONFERENCE OF THE ALL-UNION LENINIST YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE

CONGRATULATIONS TO MAXIM GORKY

TO THE BUILDERS OF THE DNIEPER HYDROELECTRIC POWER STATION

GREETINGS TO LENINGRAD

LETTER TO THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE NEWSPAPER PRAVDA

MR. CAMPBELL STRETCHES THE TRUTH

Record of the Talk with Mr. Campbell, January 28, 1929

THE FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OGPU

JOINT PLENUM OF THE C.C. AND C.C.C., C.P.S.U.(B.), January 7-12, 1933

The Results of the First Five-Year Plan. Report Delivered on January 7, 1933

I. The International Significance of the Five-Year Plan

II. The Fundamental Task of the Five-Year Plan and the Way to Its Fulfilment

III. The Results of the Five-Year Plan in Four Years in the Sphere of Industry

IV. The Results of the Five-Year Plan in Four Years in the Sphere of Agriculture

V. The Results of the Five-Year Plan in Four Years as Regards Improving the Material Conditions of the Workers and Peasants

VI. The Results of the Five-Year Plan in Four Years as Regards Trade Turnover between Town and Country

VII. The Results of the Five-Year Plan in Four Years in the Sphere of the Struggle against the Remnants of the Hostile Classes

VIII. General Conclusions

Work in the Countryside. Speech Delivered on January 11, 1933

TO RABOTNITSA

LETTER TO COMRADE I. N. BAZHANOV

SPEECH DELIVERED AT THE FIRST ALL-UNION CONGRESS OF COLLECTIVE-FARM SHOCK BRIGADERS, February 19, 1933

I. The Collective-Farm Path Is the Only Right Path

II. Our Immediate Task—To Make All the Collective Farmers Prosperous

III. Miscellaneous Remarks

GREETINGS TO THE RED ARMY ON ITS FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY. To the Revolutionary Military Council of the U.S.S.R.

REPLY TO A LETTER FROM Mr. BARNES, March 20, 1933

TO COMRADE S. M. BUDYONNY

TALK WITH COLONEL ROBINS, May 13, 1933. (Brief Record)

GREETINGS ON THE FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ALL-UNION LENINIST YOUNG COMMUNIST LEAGUE

TALK WITH Mr. DURANTY, CORRESPONDENT OF THE NEW YORK TIMES, December 25, 1933

REPORT TO THE SEVENTEENTH PARTY CONGRESS ON THE WORK OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE C.P.S.U.(B.), January 26, 1934

I. The Continuing Crisis of World Capitalism and the External Situation of the Soviet Union

1. The Course of the Economic Crisis in the Capitalist Countries

2. The Growing Tension in the Political Situation in the Capitalist Countries

3. The Relations between the U.S.S.R. and the Capitalist States

II. The Continuing Progress of the National Economy and the Internal Situation in the U.S.S.R.

1. The Progress of Industry

2. The Progress of Agriculture

3. The Rise in the Material and Cultural Standard of the Working People

4. The Progress of Trade Turnover, and Transport

III. The Party

1. Questions of Ideological and Political Leadership

2. Questions of Organisational Leadership

TO COMRADE SHAPOSHNIKOV, CHIEF AND COMISSAR OF THE FRUNZE MILITARY ACADEMY OF THE WORKERS’ AND PEASANTS’ RED ARMY. TO COMRADE SHCHADENKO, ASSISTANT FOR POLITICAL WORK

INSTEAD OF A REPLY TO THE DISCUSSION, January 31, 1934

Notes

Biographical Chronicle (July 1930-January 1934)


Volume 14

Preface, from Red Star edition

On an Article by Engels, July 19, 1934

Marxism versus Liberalism: An Interview with H. G. Wells, July 23, 1934

Talk with the Metal Producers, December 26, 1934

Decisions on the Manuals of History

Remarks on a Summary of the Manual of the History of the U.S.S.R., August 8, 1934

Remarks on the Summary of the Manual of the Modern History, August 9, 1934

The Death of Kirov, December 1, 1934

Letter to Comrade Choumiatsky

Address Given at the Reception of the 1st May Parade

Address to the Graduates from the Red Army Academies, Delivered in the Kremlin, May 6, 1935

Address to the Solemn Meeting on the Opening of the L. M. Kaganovich Metro, May 14, 1935

Speech Delivered at a Reception Given by Leaders of the Communist Party and the Government to Women Collective Farm Shock Workers, November 10, 1935

Speech at the First All-Union Conference of Stakhanovites, November 17, 1935

Speech at a Conference of Harvester-Combine Operators, December 1, 1935

Address to the Commission of the Second All-Union Congress of Kolkhozines, February 15, 1935

Speech at a Conference of the Foremost Collective Farmers of Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, December 4, 1935

Conference of the Avant-Gardist Kolkhozine Men and Women of Tajikstan and of  Turkmenistan with the Directors of the Party and the State, December 4, 1935

Interview Between J. Stalin and Roy Howard, March 1, 1936

Telegram from the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U.(B) to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Spain, October, 1936

On the Draft Constitution of the U.S.S.R., Report Delivered at the Extraordinary Eighth Congress of Soviets of the U.S.S.R., November 25, 1936

Constitution (Fundamental law) of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
        With Amendments and Additions adopted by the First, Second, Third, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Sessions of the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R., Kremlin, Moscow, December 5, 1936
        Report and Speech in Reply to Debate at the Plenum of the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U., March 3-5, 1937
Defects in Party Work and Measures for Liquidating Trotskyite and Other Double-Dealers

Speech in Reply to Debate
Letter to the Authors of the Manual of the "History of the Communist Party", May, 1937

Address to the Reception of Directors and Stakhanovites of the Metal Industry and the Coal Mining Industry, October 29, 1937

Speech Delivered by Comrade J. Stalin at a Meeting of Voters of the Stalin Electoral Area, Moscow, December 11, 1937

On the Final Victory of Socialism in the U.S.S.R.,  January 18, 1938 – February 12, 1938

Letter on Publications for Children Directed to the Central Committee of the All Union Communist Youth, February 16, 1938

Speech Delivered at a Reception in the Kremlin to Higher Educational Workers, May 17, 1938

On the Prohibition of the Exclusion of Kolkhozines from the Kolkhozes, Decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the U.S.S.R. and of the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U.(B), April 19, 1938

On the Incorrect Distribution of Revenues in the Kolkhozes, Decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the U.S.S.R. and of the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U.(B), April 19, 1938

On the Taxes and Other Obligations Concerning Independent Operators, Decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the U.S.S.R. and of the Central Committee of the C.P.S.U.(B), April 19, 1938

Oath of Allegiance of the Workers’ and Peasants’ Red Army, February 23, 1939

Report on the Work of the Central Committee to the Eighteenth Congress of the C.P.S.U.(B.), March 10, 1939

Biographical Notes, from Red Star edition



Volume 15

Radio Broadcast, July 3, 1941

Speech to State Committee for Defence
, Moscow, Kremlin, October 19, 1941

Speech at Celebration Meeting of the Moscow Soviet of  Working People's Deputies and Moscow Party and Public Organizations, November 6, 1941
        The Course of the War for Four Months
        Failure of the “Blitzkrieg”
        Reasons for the Temporary Reverses of our Army
        Who are the “National Socialists”?
        The Defeat of the German Imperialists and their Armies is Inevitable
        Our Tasks

Speech at the Red Army Parade on the Red Square
, Moscow, November 7, 1941

Order of the Day, No. 55, February 23, 1942

Telegram to V. Komorov, April 12, 1942

Order of the Day, No. 130, May 1, 1942

Answers to Associated Press Moscow Coorespondent’s Questions, October 3, 1942

Speech at Celebration Meeting of the Moscow Soviet of Working People’s Deputies and Moscow Party and Public Organizations, November 6, 1942
        Organizational Work in the Rear
        Military Operations on the Soviet-German Front
        The Question of the Second Front in Europe
        Fighting Alliance of the U.S.S.R., Great Britain and the U.S.A. Against Hitlerite Germany and her Allies in Europe
        Our Tasks
 
Order of the Day, No. 345, November 7, 1942

The Allied Campaign in Africa, Answers to Associated Press Moscow Correspondent, November 13, 1942

Order of the Day, January 25, 1943

Order of the Day to the Don Front, February 2, 1943

Order of the Day, No. 95, February 23, 1943

Reply to message from the President of the Mexican Republic – Avila Camacho, April 22, 1943

Order of the Day, No. 195, May 1, 1943

Polish-Soviet Relations – Answers to The Times and New York Times Correspondent, May 4, 1943

Telegrams to Mr. Churchill and Mr. Roosevelt on the North African Victories, May 7, 1943

The Dissolution of the Communist International – Answer to Reuter’s Correspondent, May 28, 1943

Stalin’s Reply to the Union of Polish Patriots, June 17, 1943

Marshal Stalin's Thanks
        To Mr. Roosevelt
        To General De Gaulle and General Giraud
        To General Chiang Kai Shek

Orders of the Day on the Red Army's Victories, July 24 - September 25, 1943
Order of the Day, (July 24, 1943); Order of the Day, (August 5, 1943); Order of the Day, (August 15, 1943); Order of the Day, (August 23, 1943); Order of the Day, (August 30, 1943); Order of the Day, (August 31, 1943); Order of the Day, (August 31, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 2, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 8, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 9, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 10, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 15, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 16, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 16, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 17, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 18, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 19, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 19, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 19, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 21, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 22, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 23, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 23, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 23, 1943); Order of the Day, (September 25, 1943)
Order of the Day, November 6, 1943

Speech at Celebration Meeting of the Moscow Soviet of Working People’s Deputies and Moscow Party and Public Organizations, November 6, 1943
        A Year Marking a Radical Turn in the Course of the War
        Nation-wide Assistance to the Front
        Consolidation of the Anti-Hitlerite Coalition and Disintegration of the Fascist Bloc

Order of the Day, No. 309, November 7, 1943

To the Collective of the Constructors of the Moscow Underground, January, 1944

Orders of the Day, January 12 - February 22, 1944
Order of the Day, (January 12, 1944); Order of the Day, (January 14, 1944); Order of the Day, (January 19, 1944); Order of the Day, (January 20, 1944); Order of the Day, (January 21, 1944); Order of the Day, (January 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (January 26, 1944); Order of the Day, (January 28, 1944); Order of the Day, (January 29, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 1, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 3, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 5, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 6, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 8, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 8, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 11, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 13, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 18, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 22, 1944)
Order of the Day, No. 16, February 23, 1944

Orders of the Day, February 24 - April 10, 1944
Order of the Day, (February 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (February 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 5, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 9, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 9, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 10, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 10, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 16, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 17, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 18, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 18, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 19, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 20, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 20, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 22, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 25, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 26, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 28, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 29, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 30, 1944); Order of the Day, (March 31, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 5, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 8, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 8, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 10, 1944)
Stalin and Benes exchange messages, April, 1944

Orders of the Day, April 11 - April 17, 1944
Order of the Day, (April 11, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 11, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 13, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 13, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 13, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 15, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 16, 1944); Order of the Day, (April 17, 1944)
Order of the Day, No. 70, May 1, 1944

Orders of the Day, May 10 & June 11, 1944

On the Allied Landing in Northern France, June 13, 1944

Orders of the Day, June 21 - August 18, 1944
Order of the Day, (June 21, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 25, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 25, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 26, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 26, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 28, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 28, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 29, 1944); Order of the Day, (June 29, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 1, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 2, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 3, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 4, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 5, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 6, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 8, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 9, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 10, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 12, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 13, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 14, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 14, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 16, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 18, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 19, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 20, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 20, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 21, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 22, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 22 1944); Order of the Day, (July 23 1944); Order of the Day, (July 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 26, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 26, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 28, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 28, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 31, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 31, 1944); Order of the Day, (July 31, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 1, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 5, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 6, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 7, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 7, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 14, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 18, 1944)
Order of the Day, No. 152, August 20, 1944

Orders of the Day, August 22 - September 23, 1944
Order of the Day, (August 22, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 22, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 23, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 23, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 23, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 24, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 25, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 26, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 28, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 28, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 29, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 30, 1944); Order of the Day, (August 31, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 6, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 9, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 13, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 14, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 19, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 19, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 20, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 22, 1944); Order of the Day, (September 23, 1944)
Reply to the Workers of the Kramatorsk, Novo-Kramatorsk Stalin Plant, September, 1944

Orders of the Day, October 8 - November 4, 1944
Order of the Day, (October 8, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 11, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 12, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 13, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 15, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 18, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 20, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 20, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 22, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 23, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 23, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 25, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 25, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 26, 1944); Order of the Day, (October 27, 1944); Order of the Day, (November 1, 1944); Order of the Day, (November 4, 1944)
J. Stalin Receives Warsaw Delegation, November 5, 1944

On the 27th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, November 6, 1944

Order of the Day, No. 220, November 7, 1944

Order of the Day No. 225, November 19, 1944

Orders of the Day, November 24 & 26, 1944



Volume 16

Orders of the Day, November 29, 1944 - April 15, 1945 and more
Order of the Day, (November 29, 1944); Order of the Day, (November 30, 1944); Order of the Day, (December 2, 1944); Order of the Day, (December 3, 1944); Order of the Day, (December 3, 1944); Order of the Day, (December 9, 1944); Order of the Day, (December 24, 1944); Marshal Stalin's Thanks, (January 1945); Order of the Day, No. 223, (January 17, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 227, (February 13, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 5, (February 23, 1945); Reply to Groza and Tatarescu, (March 29, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 334, (April 13, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 335, (April 13, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 336, (April 15, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 337, (April 15, 1945)
Speech on the Treaty with Poland and more
Speech on the Treaty with Poland, (April 21, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 346, (April 27, 1945); Message Broadcast to the Red Army, (April 27, 1945); To Komsomolskaya Pravda, May 1945); Order of the Day, No. 20, (May 1, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 359, (May 2, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 364, (May 7, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 365, (May 8, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 366, (May 8, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 367, (May 8, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 368, (May 1945); Order of the Day, No. 369, (May 9, 1945)
Victory Speech and more
Victory Speech (May 9, 1945); Letter to Austrian Chancellor, (May 1945); Reply Concerning the Polish Diversionists, (May 18, 1945); Toast to the Russian People, (May 24, 1945); Letter to General de Gaulle, (June 1945); To "Pionerskaya Pravda," (June 1945); To the Artillery Factory, (June 1945); Order of the Day, No. 370, (June 22, 1945); Speech in the Kremlin, (June 25, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 371, (July 22, 1945); To the Prime Minister of Mongolia, (August 1945); To Chiang Kai Shek, (August 18, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 51, (August 19, 1945); To Chiang Kai Shek, August 31, 1945); Stalin's Address to the People, (September 2, 1945); Order of the Day, No. 373, (September 3, 1945)
Speech at an Election Meeting, February 9, 1946

Answer to Rasin, February 23, 1946

Order of the Day, No. 8, February 23, 1946

Declaration of the Council of People's Commissars, March 15, 1946

Interview with "Pravda", March 13, 1946

Interview with the Correspondent of Associated Press, Gilmore, and more
Interview with Gilmore, (March 22, 1946); Reply to Baillie, (March 25, 1946); Reply to Prime Minister of Iran, (April 1946); Order of the Day No. 7, (May 1, 1946); Order of the Day, No. 11, (May 9, 1946)
Answers to Werth, September 24, 1946

Replies to Questions put by Mr. Hugh Baillie, President of the U. P. of America, October 29, 1946*

Telegram to the Slavic Congress Reunion in Belgrade, December 8, 1946

Replies to Questions put by Mr. Elliot Roosevelt, in an Interview, December 21, 1946*

Exchange of Messages Between Bevin and Stalin, Concerning the Anglo-Soviet Treaty, January 19 & January 22, 1947*

Order of the Day No. 10, February 23, 1947

Interview with Stassen, April 9, 1947*

Greetings Message to Moscow and more
Greetings to Moscow, (September 8, 1947); Letter to Paasikivi, (February 22, 1948); Speech at the Dinner for the Finnish Delegation, (April 7, 1948); On the Open Letter of Henry Wallace, (May 17, 1948); Telegram to Czechoslovakia, (June 17, 1948); Telegram to the C.C. of the Communist Party of Italy, (July 14, 1948); Reply to Kim Ir Sen, (October 12, 1948); Berlin Crisis, the U.N. and Anglo-American Agressive Policies, Churchill, (October 28, 1948)*; Berlin, Disarmament, Stalin-Truman Meeting, (January 27, 1949)*; Answer to Kingsbury Smith, (February 2, 1949); Answering Telegram to the Minister President of Mongolia, (March 1, 1949); Telegram to Poland, (April 21, 1949); Obituary of G.M. Dimitrov, (July 1949)*; Telegram to Bulgaria, (September 1949); Greetings Telegram to Comrade Marcel Cachin, (September 20, 1949); Peace in Europe, (October 13, 1949)*; Answering Telegram to Kim Ir Sen, (October 14, 1949); Greetings Telegram to Czechoslovakia, (October 28, 1949); Thanks Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (November 1949); Telegram to Czechoslovakia, (December 13, 1949); Open Letter to the District Election Commissions, (February 17, 1950); Telegram to Rumania, (March 1950); Thanks Telegram to Hungary, (April 1950); Telegram to Comrade Maurice Thorez, (April 28, 1950); Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (May 11, 1950); Letter to the German Democratic Republic, (May 15, 1950); Telegram to the Free German Youth, (June 2, 1950)
Marxism and Problems of Linguistics
         Concerning Marxism in Linguistics
         Reply to Comrade E. Krasheninnikova
         Reply to Comrade Sanzheyev
         Reply to Comrades D. Belkin and S. Furer
         Reply to Comrade A. Kholopov

Peace in Korea and more
Peace in Korea, (July 15, 1950)*; Telegram to Poland, (July 22, 1950); Greetings Message to Mao Tse Tung, (August 1, 1950); Greetings Telegram to Tshervenkov, (September 6, 1950); Telegram to Mao Tse Tung, (October 1, 1950); Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (October 7, 1950); Telegram to Kim Ir Sen, (October 12, 1950); Thanks Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (November 1950); Greetings Telegram to Albania, (November 1950);Thanks Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (January 1951); Telegram to Mao Tse Tung, (February 14, 1951)
Interview with a "Pravda" Correspondent, February 17, 1951

Telegram to Hungary and more
Telegram to Hungary, (February 1951); Greetings Telegram to Bulgaria, (March 1951); Telegram to the Kirov-Works Collective, (April 3, 1951); Greetings Telegram to Hungary, (April 1951); Greetings Telegram to Poland, (April 1951); Greetings Telegram to Czechoslovakia, (May 1951); Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (May 17, 1951); Telegram to Poland, (July 1951); Telegram to Poland, (July 1951); Telegram to Rumania, (August 1951); Answering Telegram to Mao Tse Tung, (September 2, 1951); Peace in the Far East, (October 1, 1951)*; Prohibition of Atomic Weapons, (October 6, 1951)*; Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (October 7, 1951); Answering Telegram to Kim Ir Sen, (October 20, 1951); Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (November 1951); Greetings Telegram to Czechoslovakia, (November 23, 1951); New Year Message to the Japanese People, (December 31, 1951); Thanks Telegram to the Socialist Unity Party of Germany, (January 3, 1952); Thanks Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (January 3, 1952); Thanks Telegram to the Communist Party of Germany, (January 1952); Telegram to the Workers of Magnitorskor, (January 31, 1952)
Economic Problems of Socialism in the U.S.S.R.
         Remarks on Economic Questions Connected with the November 1951 Discussion
         Reply to Comrade Alexander Ilyich Notkin
         Concerning the Errors of Comrade L. D. Yaroshenko
         Reply to Comrades A. V. Sanina and V. G. Venzher

Telegram to Rumania and more
Telegram to Rumania, (February 1952); Telegram to Mao Tse Tung, (February 14, 1952); Answers to a Group of Editors of American Newspapers, (March 31, 1952); Telegram to Hungary, (April 1952); Telegram to Poland, (April 18, 1952); Telegram to Poland, (April 1952); Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (May 8, 1952); Telegram to Rumania, (May 10, 1952); Telegram to Czechoslovakia, (May 10, 1952); Greetings Letter to the Young Pioneers, (May 20, 1952); Greetings Letter to Mao Tse Tung, (August 1, 1952); Greetings Telegram to Kim Ir Sen, (August 15, 1952); Decision on the 19th Party Congress, (August 20, 1952); Telegram to Rumania, (August 23, 1952); Answering Telegram to Mao Tse Tung, (September 2, 1952); Telegram to Bulgaria, (September 9, 1952); Telegram to Mao Tse Tung, (October 1, 1952); Telegram to the German Democratic Republic, (October 7, 1952); Telegram to Kim Ir Sen, (October 1952)
Speech of the 19th Party Congress of the C.P.S.U.



Volume 17

War Telegrams Preface, from Red Star edition

1941
1942
1943
1944
1945



Volume 18

History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks) Short Course



Correspondence Between the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR and the Presidents of the USA and the Prime Ministers of Great Britain During the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945


Volume 1

Correspondence with Winston S. Churchill and Clement R. Attlee (July 1941-November 1945)

1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
Notes

Volume 2

Correspondence with Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman (July 1941-November 1945)

1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
Notes




The Tehran Yalta & Potsdam Conferences

      The Tehran Conference (November 28 to December 1, 1943)
      The Crimea Conference (February 4-11, 1945)
      The Potsdam Conference (July 17-August 2, 1945)




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