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How the Revolution Armed
by Beekman Books Inc
Written in English
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How the Revolution Armed. Introduction Transcribed and HTML markup for the Trotsky Internet Archive by David Walters * * * THE PATH OF THE RED ARMY. The problems connected with the creation of the armed forces of the revolution are of immense importance for the Communist Parties of all countries.
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