Victor Serge

Witness to the German Revolution

$12.00

The failure to prosecute the 1923 German Revolution marked a turning point in the revolutionary upsurge following World War I, and further isolated the working class in the young Soviet Union.

In 1923 the Comintern dispatched Victor Serge, with his peerless journalistic skills, to Berlin to expedite the German Revolution and write these moving reports from the battlefront.

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The failure to prosecute the 1923 German Revolution marked a turning point in the revolutionary upsurge following World War I, and further isolated the working class in the young Soviet Union.

In 1923 the Comintern dispatched Victor Serge, with his peerless journalistic skills, to Berlin to expedite the German Revolution and write these moving reports from the battlefront.

Weight 1.2 lbs
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