1. Duranty, Walter. "Soviet Congress in Tears." The New York Times 23 Jan. 1924: 1.
††††††††††† This source contained information on the death of Lenin.†
N. K. Reminiscences of Lenin.
††††††††††† This source gave good primary information and a look at the personal side of Lenin.
3. "Lenin Admits the Plot in His
††††††††††† 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
††††††††††† 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,
Boris, trans. Vladimir Ilyich Lenin: Pages From His
††††††††††† 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,
††††††††††† This was a newspaper article from the time, and gave good information on what was going on.†
J. A. From a Russian Diary, 1917-1920 / by an Englishwoman.
††††††††††† This was another good example of someone who new Lenin and wrote about him.
9. Steinberg, Mark D. Voices of
††††††††††† This contained quotes from the people of
10. "U.S.-Soviet Group Discusses
Textbook Versions of History." The New York Times 15 Nov. 1987: 44.
New York Times (Historical). UCLA
††††††††††† Discusses the different takes on what really happened.