Volume ten of the Little Lenin Library contains Lenin’s speeches to the The Seventh All-Russia Conference of the R.S.D.L.P. held in Petrograd from May 7-12, 1917 (new calendar). Lenin’s task was to reorient the Party after the fall of the Czar from the democratic to the proletarian revolution.
The April Conference by V.I. Lenin. Little Lenin Library No. 10. International Publishers, New York. 1932.
Contents: Foreword by Alexander Trachtenberg, I) Address to the Workers on the April Conference (Pravda May 16, 1917), II) Speech Delivered at the Opening of the Conference, Report on the Political Situation, Concluding Remarks, Speech in Favor of the Resolution on the Political Situation, III) Speech in Favor of the Resolution Relating to the War, IV) Report on Agrarian Question, Reply to NS Angarsky, V) Speech on Attitude Towards to Soviet of Workers and Soldiers Deputies, VI) Speech on the National Question, VII) Speech on the Proposed Call of an International Socialist Conference, Speech on the Situation in the International, VIII) Report on the Revision of Party Programme, IX) Concluding Remarks, X) Resolution on the Agrarian Question. 63 pages.
In all there would be 40 volumes of the Little Lenin Library. It began in 1930 and was edited by Alexander Trachtenberg, published by the Communist Party’s International Publishers in conjunction with the Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute of Moscow. Many of the volumes went through different editions.
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