Make your own free website on Tripod.com

Primary Sources

1. Duranty, Walter. "Soviet Congress in Tears." The New York Times 23 Jan. 1924: 1.

††††††††††† This source contained information on the death of Lenin.

2. Krupskaya, N. K. Reminiscences of Lenin. Moscow: Foreign Languages House, 1959.

††††††††††† This source gave good primary information and a look at the personal side of Lenin.

3. "Lenin Admits the Plot in His Speech at Moscow." The New York Times 30 Nov. 1920: 1. New York Times (Historical). UCLA Library, Los Angeles, CA. 23 October, 2005 <http://proquest.umi.com/>.

††††††††††† This source gave good quotes from Leninís speeches.

4. "Lenin Assails British Labor as Worst Foe of Bolshevism." The New York Times 22 Apr. 1920: 1. New York Times (Historical). UCLA Library, Los Angeles, CA. 23 October, 2005 <http://proquest.umi.com/>.

††††††††††† This source showed an example of the Marxism that was behind Leninís ideas.

5. "Lenin Under Fire Defends His Policy." The New York Times 17 Apr. 1921: 25. New York Times (Historical). UCLA Library, Los Angeles, CA. 23 October, 2005 <http://proquest.umi.com/>.

6. Lunkov, Boris, trans. Vladimir Ilyich Lenin: Pages From His Life. Moscow: Novosti, 1990.

††††††††††† This source contained personal entries by Lenin himself.

7. "Salvation by Poetry." The New York Times 22 June 1919: 37. New York Times (Historical). UCLA Library, Los Angeles, CA. 23 October, 2005 <http://proquest.umi.com/>.

††††††††††† This was a newspaper article from the time, and gave good information on what was going on.

8. Sargant, J. A. From a Russian Diary, 1917-1920 / by an Englishwoman. New York: Dutton, 1921.

††††††††††† This was another good example of someone who new Lenin and wrote about him.

9. Steinberg, Mark D. Voices of Revolution, 1917. New Haven: Yale UP, 2001.

††††††††††† This contained quotes from the people of Russia during the time period who were being affected by Leninís leadership.

10. "U.S.-Soviet Group Discusses Textbook Versions of History." The New York Times 15 Nov. 1987: 44. New York Times (Historical). UCLA Library, Los Angeles, CA. 23 October, 2005 <http://proquest.umi.com/>.

††††††††††† Discusses the different takes on what really happened.