FROM COMMUNISM TO ANTI-COMMUNISM

Photographs from the Boris Souvarine Collection at the Graduate Institute, Geneva

BORIS SOUVARINE moved from communism, in the first years of the Soviet régime, to anti-communism by the 1930s and throughout the rest of his long life. This book gives us a new and original perspective on the period that runs from the Russian Revolution to the 1950s and allows us to better understand that era.
The documents come from the Boris Souvarine Collection consisting of his working notes, press clippings, and documentation concerning East-West relations collected by Souvarine.


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Publisher
The graduate Institute, Geneva
Author
Andre Liebich, Svetlana Yakimovich,
Language
English
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Economics and Social Sciences > Political and Social Science
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POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE
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3283 SCIENCES POLITIQUES
Title First Published
08 February 2017
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1 A4
Publication Date
08 February 2017
ISBN-13
9782940503957
Extent
Main content page count : 170
Code
94586
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21 x 29.7 x cm
Weight
444 grams
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21.50 €
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Contents


Boris Souvarine (1895–1984): A Biographical Portrait 
The Boris Souvarine Archive and Library at the Graduate Institute 


FROM THE REVOLUTION TO THE COMINTERN 
Demonstrationof a Factory Delegation, Petrograd, April 1917 
Demonstration of the War Veterans, Petrograd, April 1917
Demonstration, Petrograd, 18 June 1917 
Demonstration in Moscow [1918 or 1919?] 
Lenin with Comrades, May Day Rally, Moscow, 1919 
Arrival of Delegates, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 1920 
Group of Delegates, Comintern Congress, Pavlovsk Palace, Petrograd, July 1920
Front Door of Smolny, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
Front View of Smolny, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
Entering Smolny, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
Group of Delegates, Comintern Congress. Smolny, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
Leaving Smolny, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
Exiting the Tauride Palace, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
Procession, Field of Mars, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
Commemoration, Square of the Victims of the Revolution, Field of Mars,
Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
Banners, Comintern Congress, Field of Mars, Petrograd, 19 July 1920
After the Procession, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, July 1920 
Demonstration on the Nevsky Prospekt, Petrograd [1920?] 
Tribune on Uritsky Square, Comintern Congress, Petrograd, 19 July 1920 
Uritsky Square, Petrograd [1920?] 
Workers' Meeting, Putilov Factory, Petrograd, 1920 
Commemoration of October Revolution, City Council Building, Petrograd, [1919] 
Commemoration of October Revolution, Petrograd, Hermitage, 1919 
Demonstration, Petrograd [Celebration of October Revolution 1919?] 
Review of Military Academy Students, [Petrograd, Field of Mars?] 
Polish-Soviet Prisonersof War, 1919–1920 
May Day Celebration, Petrograd, Field of Mars, 1917 
May Day Celebration, Petrograd, 1918 
May Day Celebration, Petrograd, [Nevsky prospekt?], 1920
Uritsky Square, Petrograd [1919]
Zinoviev's Speech, May Day, Petrograd, 1918
Subbotnik, Saturday volunteer work, [Moscow or Petrograd?], June 1920 
Subbotnik, the Kremlin, Moscow, May Day [1920?]
Zinoviev at Nikolaevskii Train Station, Petrograd [1921-1924?]
Ploshchad’ Vosstaniya [May Day 1920?] 

SOVIET LIFE IN 1931
Young Collective Farmer 
Medical Consultation, Forest Exploitation, Orletsk 
Youth Active in the Harvest 
Sovkhoz Medical Consultation 
Festivity in North Caucasus Collective Farm 
Fishermen in Collective Farm, Novorossiisk 
Listening to the Radio, Volga Region
Factory Entrance
Pioneers of Uzbekistan as Guests of Moscow Pioneers 


THE DEATH OF STALIN
"Staline Mourant", France Soir, 5 March 1953 
"Staline est mort", L’Humanité, 6 March 1953 
“Stalin Dies After 29-Year Rule”, The New York Times, 6 March 1953 
“Ot Tsentral’nogo komiteta”, Pravda, 6 March 1953 
“Malenkov Named New Soviet Leader”, The New York Times, 7 March 1953
“V Kolonnom zale Doma soiuzov”, Pravda, 9 March 1953 
“The Long Wait”, The New York Times, 8 March 1953
“Au Grand Staline”, L’Humanité, 9 March 1953 
“Honor Guard”, The New York Times, 10 March 1953 
“Moskva: Krasnaya Ploshchad’”, Pravda, 11 March 1953 
“À Staline”, L’Avant Garde, 11–17 March 1953


ANTI-COMMUNISM IN THE COLD WAR 
Hej Kolenda 
La vie exemplaire du petit Jacques Duclos 
À vous de juger
La colombe qui fait BOUM 
Dictionnaire soviétique illustré
Dictionnaire soviétique illustré, tome II
Dictionnaire soviétique illustré, tome IV 
Pluie de bactéries américaines
La femme qui avait vu Staline
U.R.S.S. pays neutre 
Halte aux menteurs 
Les deux pigeons 
Index 
Acknowledgements 
Contributors’ biographical notes 


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