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ON THE ROAD TO MOSCOW <br><br>
 
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COLONEL ROBINS STANDING IN THE<br> FRONT OF THE CAR THAT CARRIED<br> THE AMERICAN FLAG EVERY DAY<br> THROUGH REVOLUTIONARY <br>PETROGRAD AND MOSCOW <br><br>
 
COLONEL ROBINS STANDING IN THE<br> FRONT OF THE CAR THAT CARRIED<br> THE AMERICAN FLAG EVERY DAY<br> THROUGH REVOLUTIONARY <br>PETROGRAD AND MOSCOW <br><br>

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COL. RAYMOND ROBINS

Harper & Brothers

Publishers

New York and London


Published February, 1920



 

CONTENTS


I. THE ARRIVAL OF THE SOVIET

II. TROTZKY'S PLANS FOR SOVIET RUSSIA

III. THE ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS AND THE BREST-LITOVSK PEACE

IV. THE PERSONALITY AND POWER OF NIKOLAI LENIN

V. THE BOLSHEVIK "BOMB"


ILLUSTRATIONS



COL. RAYMOND ROBINS


KRYLENKO---HEAD OF THE RED
ARMY

LEON TROTZKY

NIKOLAI LENIN

ON THE ROAD TO MOSCOW

SVERDLOV, CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE,
ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS OF SOVIETS

COLONEL ROBINS STANDING IN THE
FRONT OF THE CAR THAT CARRIED
THE AMERICAN FLAG EVERY DAY
THROUGH REVOLUTIONARY
PETROGRAD AND MOSCOW

MAY-DAY PARADE, MOSCOW