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  • Memoirs Of A Revolutionary by Victor Serge
    Memoirs Of A Revolutionary (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    Recounts the life Victor Serge in his own words as an artist, author, and activist from his childhood influences, his political activism, his role in the Russian Revolution, and the end of his life in Mexico.

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  • Midnight In The Century by Richard Greeman
    Midnight In The Century (English, Paperback) Richard Greeman, Victor Serge

    Captures the desperation, anguish, and hope of men and women sentenced to deportation in Siberia, in a story set during Hitler's rise in Germany and Stalin's triumph in the Soviet Union.

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  • Revolution In Danger by Victor Serge
    Revolution In Danger (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    Writings from Russia 1919-1921 A collection of writings covering the post-revolutionary period of Soviet history when Russia was a country under siege and foreign imperialists and native reactionaries were uniting in an attempt to strangle the revolution at birth. 'This is a book that all socialists - and anarchists - must read, and those who start will not be able to stop until they have read it...

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  • Witness to the German Revolution by Victor Serge
    Witness to the German Revolution (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    In 1923 history stood at a cross roads. Serge unapologetically lent his pen to those fighting for international workers' revolution.

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  • Unforgiving Years by Victor Serge
    Unforgiving Years (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    In pre-World War II Paris, secret agent D, along with his lover Nadine, attempt to escape from the Soviet intelligence service.

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  • Conquered City by Victor Serge
    Conquered City (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    1919?1920: St. Petersburg, city of the czars, has fallen to the Revolution. Camped out in the splendid palaces of the former regime, the city's new masters seek to cement their control, even as the counterrevolutionary White Army regroups. Conquered City, Victor Serge's most unrelenting narrative, is structured like a detective story, one in which the new political regime tracks down and...

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  • The Case Of Comrade Tulayev by Victor Serge
    The Case Of Comrade Tulayev (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    One cold Moscow night, Comrade Tulayev, a high government official, is shot dead on the street, and the search for the killer begins. In this panoramic vision of the Soviet Great Terror, the investigation leads all over the world, netting a whole series of suspects whose only connection is their innocence?at least of the crime of which they stand accused. But The Case of Comrade Tulayev,...

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  • Life And Death Of Leon Trotsky by Victor Serge
    Life And Death Of Leon Trotsky (English, Paperback) Victor Serge, Natalia Ivanovna Sedova

    A biography of Leon Trotsky by two of his close friends and collaborators

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  • From Lenin to Stalin by Victor Serge
    From Lenin to Stalin (English, Paperback) Victor Serge $20.51 $25.00
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  • Men In Prison by Victor Serge
    Men In Prison (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    Victor Serge served five years in French penitentiaries (1912-1917) for the crime of 'criminal association' - in fact for his courageous refusal to testify against his old comrades, the infamous 'Tragic Bandits' of French anarchism. 'While I was still in prison,' Serge later recalled, 'fighting off tuberculosis, insanity, depression, the spiritual poverty of the men, the brutality of the...

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  • Anarchists Never Surrender by Victor Serge
    Anarchists Never Surrender (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    Anarchists Never Surrender anthologises Victor Serge's previously unavailable texts on anarchism and fleshes out the portrait of this brilliant writer and thinker, a man who legendary American journalist I.F. Stone called one of the 'moral figures of our time.' It provides a complete picture of Victor Serge's relationship to anarchism. The volume contains writings going back to his teenage years...

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  • Birth Of Our Power by Victor Serge
    Birth Of Our Power (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    Serge's tale begins in the spring of 1917, the third year of mass slaughter in the trenches of WWI. When the flames of revolution suddenly erupt in Russia and Spain, Europe is 'burning at both ends.' Although the Spanish uprising eventually fizzles, in Russia the workers, peasants and common soldiers are able to take power and hold it. Serge's 'tale of two cities' is constructed from the...

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  • What Every Radical Should Know About State Repression by Victor Serge
    What Every Radical Should Know About State Repression (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    This classic expose of political repression in czarist Russia will be chillingly familiar to activists today.

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  • Notebooks: 1934-1947 by Victor Serge
    Notebooks: 1934-1947 (English, Paperback) Victor Serge

    Available for the first time, Victor Serge's intimate account of the last decade of his life gives a vivid look into the Franco-Russian revolutionary's life, from his liberation from Stalin's Russia to his "Mexico Years," when he wrote his greatest works....

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