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17–23. Articles Published in the Newspaper Ural’skii rabochii in March–May 1918

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This chapter presents six articles written by E. Preobrazhensky published in the newspaper Ural'skii rabochii between March and May 1918. In the first article, Preobrazhensky presents the main outlines of the disagreements that took shape in the Party on the question of war and peace. In the second, he examines the motives of those who supported signing the counter-revolutionary peace, and endeavours to demonstrate that, in the existing circumstances, this peace cannot be anything other than counter-revolutionary, both on an international scale and in terms of all its consequences for the Russian Revolution. The third says that for the Soviet authority, signing a peaceful agreement with Germany, and implementing it under the sharp eye of the Hoffmann executioners, will not mean the possibility of salvation, but simply execution by the Greek method. The subsequent articles relate Preobrazhensky's detailed defence of the position in favour of revolutionary war.

Keywords:E. Preobrazhensky; Hoffmann executioners; peace; revolutionary war; Russian Revolution; Ural'skii rabochii



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