First published in 1960 in the journal Voprosy Istorii KPSS No. 5.
Sent to Brussels.
Printed from the original.
Translated from the German.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, , Moscow, Volume 43, pages 199b-200a.
Translated: Martin Parker and Bernard Isaacs
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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February 25, 1909
The tanners of Vilna have sent Comrade Marzeli abroad to collect money for the strikers. Comrade Marzeli saw Comrade Legien, but Comrade Legien treated him with distrust because Marzeli had no identification papers.
I know Comrade Marzeli, and he asks that the International Bureau inform Comrade Legien that Comrade Marzeli has really been authorised by the tanners of Vilna and that the money collected for the strikers be sent to the address Comrade Marzeli indicated to Comrade Legien.
The tanners’ union of Vilna will send Comrade Legien in addition a special authorisation. I am enclosing the stamp of this union.
With best wishes,
24. Rue Beaunier.
Wl. Oulianoff. Paris.