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New Left Review I/15, May-June 1962


Chimen Abransky

Kamenev’s Last Essay

This is not the place for an examination of he purges which devastated the Soviet Union in the 1930’s, and their impact on the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. The aim of this introduction is very limited. It is to give a brief account of the last known public episode of Lev Kamenev, who together with Grigori Zinoviev was the principal actor in the first of the great and tragic trials of 1936–1938.

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