Alex Cummins, ed. Documents of Soviet History, vol. 4.

Biblioteca / 1990-1999

Alex Cummins, editor. Documents of Soviet History, vol. 4. Stalin Grasps Power, 1926-1928.

Gulf Breeze, Florida: Academic International Press, 1998.

xv, 398 páginas.

CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

CHAPTER 1

THE YEAR 1926

1 – Letter to Comintern on Party Opposition and the Economic Situation in Soviet Russia. 13 January 1926

2 – Chicherin, Soviet Government Agrees to Participate in League of Nations Commission. 16 January 1926

3 – Party Resolution. Toward Strengthening of Socialist Elements in the National Economy. 25 February 1926

4 – Stalin Proclaims Beginning of New, Second Period of NEP. 13 April 1926

5 – Treaty of Berlin. 24 April 1926

6 – Litvinov on the International Situation of the USSR. 24 April 1926

7 – Stalin on Ukrainization. 26 April 1926

8 – Many Obstacles to Greater Participation of Women in Soviet Life. 30 May 1926

9 – Letter from Stalin on the Lashevich Affair and the Move Against Zinoviev. 25 June 1926

10 – Trotskyist and Zinovievist Opposition. Declaration of the Thirteen. 14 July 1926

11 – Party Resolution after the First General Soviet Elections Since End of the Civil War. 20 July 1926

12 – Party Removes Zinoviev, Lashevich, and Others From Party Leadership Positions. 23 July 1926

13 – Nonaggression Treaty With Lithuania. 28 September 1926

14 – Fifteenth Party Conference of the CPSU—Reports and Debates. 26

October-3 November 1926 6

Rykov’s Report

Miliutin’s Speech

Rykov’s Concluding Speech

Kamenev’s Speech. Declaration of the Six

Zinoviev’s Speech

15 – RSFSR Code of Laws on Marriage, Family and Guardianship. 19 November 1926

16 – National Census of 1926. 17 December 1926

17 – Krupskaia, Criteria for Children’s Books. 23 December 1926

18 – Stalin’s Speech on Perspectives of the Revolution in China. 30 December 1926

CHAPTER 2

THE YEAR 1927

19 – Maiakovsky on Artistic Freedom VersusControl. February 1927

20 – Litvinov on Worsening Anglo-Soviet Relations. 27 February 1927

21 – Eisenstein’s Films Battleship Potemkin and October. April 1927

22 – Litvinov on the Peking Raid. 6 April 1927

23 – Exchange of Notes Regarding Settlement of Existing Conflict With Switzerland. 14 April 1927

24 – Stalin, Questions of the Chinese Revolution. 21 April 1927

25 – Secret Soviet-German Military Agreement Regarding Poison-Gas Experiments. 23 April 1927.

26 – Voroshilov’s Speech to the Fourth Congress of Soviets on the State of the Red Army. 25 April 1927

27 – Obolensky-Osinsky’s Speech to the World Economic Conference. Geneva, 4-23 May 1927

28 – The Arcos Raid. 12 May 1927

29 – Litvinov, Protest Note of the Soviet Government to the British Government. 17 May 1927

30 – Mikoian, The Raid on the Trade Delegation of the Soviet Union in London. May 1927

31 – The German Government Reevaluates Secret Military Relationship with the Soviet Government. Berlin, 18 May 1927

32 – Obolensky-Osinsky Speech on the Results of the World Economic Conference. Geneva, 23 May 1927

33 – Great Britain Severs Diplomatic Relations With USSR. 26 May 1927

34 – Soviet Response to the Rupture of Anglo-Soviet Relations. M. Litvinov’s Note to British Charge d’Affaires. Moscow, 28 May 1927

35 – Litvinov, Soviet Envoy to Poland, Assassinated. 7 June 1927

36 – The GPU Uncovers British Espionage and Conspiracy With Russian Emigres. 9 June 1927

37 – Stalin on the War Scare of 1927, China Question and the Zinoviev-Trotskyist Opposition. 28 July 1927

38 – Metropolitan Sergei’s Epistle. The Russian Orthodox Church Reaches Accommodation with the Soviet State. 29 July 1927

39 – Party Central Committee Censures and Warns Trotsky and Zinoviev of Expulsion. 9 August 1927

40 – N. Semashko States that Soviet Health Services Meet Social, Political, and Medical Needs of Women and Children. 6 October 1927

41 – The October Party Enrollment of 1927. 13 October 1927

42 – Lunacharsky on the State of Educational and Cultural Development Since the October Revolution. 15 October 1927

43 – Trotsky on Opposition Demonstrations During the Anniversary of the October Revolution. 7 November 1927

44 – Litvinov on Total Disarmament. Geneva, 30 November 1927

45 – Fifteenth Party Congress Resolutions. 7-19 December 1927

46 – On the Central Committee Report. 7 December 1927

47 – On the Directives on the Establishment of a Five Year Plan for the National Economy. 19 December 1927

48 – On Work in the Countryside. 19 December 1927

CHAPTER 3

THE YEAR 1928

49 – Opposition Appeals to Comintern. January 1928

50 – Stalin on his Visit to Siberia and “Emergency Measures.” 15 January-6 February 1928

51 – From the Eight-Hour to Seven-Hour Working Day. Decree. 17 January 1928

52 – Artists and Proletarian Realism. Declaration of the Association of Artists of the Revolution. February 1928

53 – Litvinov on Partial Disarmament. Geneva, 23 March 1928

54 – Stalin’s Speech on Respite in Party Conflict, Success of “Emergency Measures,” and the Shakhty Affair. 13 April 1928

55 – New Rift in Party Leadership. Secret Meeting Between Bukharin and Kamenev. 11 July 1928

56 – Stalin on the Comintern, “Emergency Measures,” and the Shakhty Affair. 13 July 1928

57 – Stalin on the Dnieper Hydroelectric Power Station. 31 August 1928

58 – Comintern Manifesto on the New Program. 1 September 1928

59 – Pravda Reports on the Celebration of the Centenary of Leo Tolstoy’s Birth. 10 September 1928

60 – Kuibyshev Calls for Rapid Industrialization and Attempts to Mollify the Technical Intelligentsia. 19 September 1928

61 – Bukharin Criticizes Current Economic Policy and Calls for Moderation. Notes of an Economist. 30 September 1928

62 – Stalin Moves Toward Rapid Industrialization, Collectivization, and Against Right Deviation. 19 November 1928

63 – Party Approves Resolution to Enlist Writers and Artists in Socialist Construction. 28 December 1928

64 – Litvinov on Soviet-Polish Relations and the Kellogg-Briand Pact. 29 December 1928

Documents by Main Topics

Glossary

Sources Cited

Acknowledgements

Permissions

Indexes

Index of Personal Names

Index of Subjects

Index of Institutions

Index of Geographic and Place Names

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