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Is . . The Russian Revolution created by you has opened a now epoch. Long live the world-wide Socialist revolution ! Here in a few words was a declaration of war against Miliukov and Kerensky on the one hand, and Ludcndoril and Kautsky on the other. It was a forecast of Lenin's future policy. And he was its The appeal had The crowd took Lenin to its bald-headed little man, forty-seven right in his psychology. instantaneous effect. bosom, this strange, KERENSKY, LENIN, AND PEACE 45 whom few of them had ever seen before, but whose name already meant so much to them.

As a result, on April 4 a most remarkable was drawn "treaty" up between the Empire of the Hohenzollerns and the editorial staff of a Swiss revolu- tionary paper. Lenin, in preliminary conversations with 1 2 Ludendorff, ii. 510. nblatt 9 No. 35, (Bodin, February 20, 1921). KERENSKY, LENIN, AND PEACE had worked out the 39 details of the agreement with extraordinary care. He demanded complete extraterritorial rights for the train during the period of transit, and absolute freedom from supervision for the personnel Flatten, of the party, their passports, and their luggage.

The sole obligation which the emigres mission. " (From undertook was to agitate on their arrival for the exchange of a corresponding number of Austro-German civilians interned in Kussia. 1 agreement had been approved and ratified in Berlin, and two days later the train-load of political dynamite, a party of thirty-two including Lenin, Krupskaya, Zinoviev, Sokolnikov, and Eadek, steamed out of the Central Station of Berne. The Mensheviks stayed behind, condemning to the last On April 6 word came that this " " the action of the Bolsheviks in negotiating independently with the German Government without awaiting an answer from Petrograd.

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