on the Russian Revolution
the Left Opposition and
and the emergence of Trotskyism
Second Congress of the Russian SDLP
of the congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party at which
Lenin and his supporters split from the Mensheviks to form the
Party. Translated by Brian Pearce
also available in hardback, £10.00
Congress of the Peoples of the East
how the Bolsheviks sought in 1920 to forge alliances with the oppressed
peoples of the East.
Bolsheviks in Power: Reminiscences of the year 1918
account of building the Red Army to defend Soviet power. The author, a
Military Commissar, deals extensively with the difficult relationship
committed Bolsheviks and the military experts whose services they had
Bolsheviks under Illegality
on conduct under state repression, based on experiences under Tsarism.
978-0-86151-031-3 40pp. out of print
History of the Bolshevik Party
given in 1923 describe the struggles of those who built Bolshevism and
carried through the Russian revolution.
124pp. out of print
and Petrograd in 1917
account of the part played by the Kronstadt sailors in the Russian
368pp. out of print.
speech in 1918, after a failed assassination attempt on the leader of
infant Soviet republic, decribes Lenin's role in the creation of the
Party and the Russian revolution.
48pp. out of print
account of the formation of the Russian Red Army, written by a German
who fought within it.
283pp. out of print
of Sub-Lt Ilyin
tales of a Russian Bolshevik sailor in the civil wars which followed
208pp. out of print
readable account of Trotsky's early life, written in 1925.
of the 1923 Opposition
and writing against the growth of bureaucracy by leading
including Trotsky, Pyatakov and Preobrazhensky.
First Ten Years 1923-1933: History and Principles of the Left
NEP to Socialism
leading Bolshevik economist writing after the introduction of the New
Policy in 1921.
an Arctic prison camp in 1937, by a woman who survived 29 years in
978-0-902030-93-0 247pp. £5.99
of the Joint Opposition 1927
joint challenge to Stalin and the bureaucracy by Trotsky, Zinoviev and
Stalinism and the emergence of Trotskyism
GPU in the Trotskyist Movement
disruption, sabotage and murder in the European Trotskyist movement in
the 1930s. 978-0-902030-84-8 390pp. out of print
court transcripts of the Moscow Trials of 1936, in which Stalin framed
the leaders of the Russian revolution, are scrupulously analysed and
as lies by Trotsky's son.
in France Volume 1
origins, growth and degeneration of the French Communist Party over 20
years, from its formation to the outbreak of the second world war.
well known as a writer of economic history, never completed the planned
1: The fight against Pabloism
371pp. out of print
2: The split in the Fourth International
3: The SWP's road back to Pabloism
318pp. out of print
4: The International Committee against liquidationism
5: Fight for continuity of the Fourth International
6: The OCI breaks with Trotskyism
256pp. out of print