Early Soviet Russia

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 di Pierluigi Casalino



Looking out on the world in the early 1920s, the communists leaders breathed more easily than they had done a few months earlier western leaders for a while turned their faces away from the Russian question. They had failed to supplant communism in 1917-1921 and now they had many other dilemmas of their own to resolve. They hopes They hoped the Russia’s tumult would stay within Russian borders. They had failed the supplant communism in 1917-1921 and now they had many other dilemmas of their own to resolve. They hoped the Russia’s tumult would stay within Russian bordrs. For many years it did. But when the Red Army crossed Poland into Germany in 1945 (see also may Time and Memory, IL TEMPO E LA MEMORIA-LASTORIA DI MICHELE CASALINO, Radio 24, too, on the web), it came ith even greater menace to its neighbours and the rest of the world. Many of the men and woman who populated the history of early Soviet Russia continued to influence public affairs long after the extraordinary events of 1917. There were also some who settled down the lives of quiet seclusion. The October Revolution of 1917 had briefly brought them all together-either in solidarity solidarity or else in collision. It was an intense experience; indeed it was the most intense that most of them ever had. But soon after rhe revolutionary whirwind had swept then into its vortex, it forcefully scattered them to every point of the compass where they encountered a variety of fates. Although some survived into old age, others came to an abrupt, ultimely end.

Casalino Pierluigi, London, on September 6th, 2015


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