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Grigori Zinoviev

(b. 11 Sept. 1883, d. 25 Aug. 1936). Soviet politician Born Radomyslsky Apfelbaum in Elizavetgrad, he joined the Russian Social Democratic Party in 1901 and supported the ...

Grigori Zinoviev

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Oxford Dictionary of Political Quotations (4 ed.)

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2012
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Quotations
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94 words

...0Grigori Grigori Zinoviev 1883 – 1936 Soviet politician Armed warfare must be preceded by a struggle against the inclinations to compromise which are embedded among the majority of British workmen, against the ideas of evolution and peaceful extermination of capitalism. Only then will it be possible to count upon complete success of an armed insurrection. letter to the British Communist Party, 15 September 1924, in Times 25 October 1924 (the ‘Zinoviev Letter’, said by some to be a forgery) armed warfare must be preceded Armed warfare must be...

Grigori Zinoviev

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Oxford Dictionary of Quotations (8 ed.)

Reference type:
Quotation
Current Version:
2014
Subject:
Quotations
Length:
94 words

...0Grigori Grigori Zinoviev 1883 – 1936 Soviet politician Armed warfare must be preceded by a struggle against the inclinations to compromise which are embedded among the majority of British workmen, against the ideas of evolution and peaceful extermination of capitalism. Only then will it be possible to count upon complete success of an armed insurrection. letter to the British Communist Party, 15 September 1924, in Times 25 October 1924; the ‘Zinoviev Letter’, said by some to be a forgery armed warfare must be preceded Armed warfare must be...

Grigori Zinoviev

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Oxford Dictionary of Modern Quotations (3 ed.)

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Quotation
Current Version:
2008
Subject:
Quotations
Length:
116 words

...0Grigori Grigori Zinoviev 1883 – 1936 Soviet politician Armed warfare must be preceded by a struggle against the inclinations to compromise which are embedded among the majority of British workmen, against the ideas of evolution and peaceful extermination of capitalism. Only then will it be possible to count upon complete success of an armed insurrection. widely reported as a purveyor of ‘Red Propaganda’; it has been suggested that the ‘Zinoviev Letter’ was deliberately leaked by British Intelligence prior to the October 1924 general election, or...

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