FREE RUSSIAN PRESS.
144 items of printed propaganda primarily from the Paris office of Rossiyskaya Sotsial-demokraticheskaya Rabochaya Partiya [Russian Social-Democratic Workers' Party.] Various sizes. Expected wear and tear.
EXTRAORDINARY ASSEMBLAGE OF ANTI-TSARIST OPEN LETTERS, RESOLUTIONS, PROCLAMATIONS AND OTHER EPHEMERAL PROPAGANDA THAT MAY HAVE COME DIRECTLY FROM THE PARTY'S FILES. The Russian Social-Democratic Workers' Party eventually split into the Bolshevik and Menshevik factions in 1903 and was dissolved after the Bolsheviks triumphed in their take-over of Russia and established the Communist Party of the USSR. A vast collection of enormous historical importance as it traces the evolution and propagation of the radical thought that led to the formation and planting of the Communist Party in Russia.