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3. ‘. . . A Page from Revolutionary Memories’ (March 1908–February 1917)

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In 1908, Preobrazhensky was brought to trial under Article 102 in three cities: in Chelyabinsk, where he was arrested at the party-conference in the spring of that year and was returned again to that city's prison after fleeing the police-administration; then in Perm, where thrie Perm organisation collapsed and documents were found that established his link with that organisation as a member of the Urals Regional Committee of the Bolsheviks; and finally, he was tried again in Ufa, where he was arrested on the street with articles for Ural'skii rabochii. In 1910, many revolutionaries were collected in the Aleksandrovsk transit-prison, expecting to be sent to the Lena detachment. Among the deportees awaiting shipment were representatives from the most diverse revolutionary parties and groups. Even before being shipped into exile, the different groups of Bolsheviks joined together in order to continue political activity both in exile and after fleeing from exile.

Keywords:political activity; Preobrazhensky; revolutionaries



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