Written: Written November 28, 1914
Published: First published in 1929 in Lenin Miscellany XI. Sent from Berne to Geneva. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, , Moscow, Volume 43, pages 439b-440.
Translated: Martin Parker and Bernard Isaacs
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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Dear V. K.,
I am answering point by point
Write how much we owe.
Write immediately—when can Nos. 34 and 35 come out?
Date them at least a week apart.
They should now be put out immediately.
If you have to hold an thing over, let it be the “German Voice” in No. 34 and the “Georgian Resolution” in No. 35. If we have badly miscalculated, write at once.
 See V. I. Lenin, “A German Voice on the War” (present edition, Vol. 21, pp. 92–93).—Ed.
 See V. I. Lenin, “To the Author of The Song of the Falcon” (present edition, Vol. 41, pp. 344–45).—Ed.
 Points 2–6 are written in an unknown hand.—Ed.
 See V. I. Lenin, “Dead Chauvinism and Living Socialism (How the International Can Be Restored)” (present edition, Vol. 21, pp. 94–101).—Ed.
 See V. I. Lenin, “On the National Pride of the Great Russians” (present edition, Vol. 21, pp. 102–06).—Ed.
 A reference to the resolution “A Reply of the Georgian Social-Democrats, Members of the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party, Residing in Geneva and the Vicinity, to a National-Political Organisation Operating in One of the Belligerent States”. This organisation made a proposal to the Georgian Bolsheviks to use the war for the purpose of uniting the nations oppressed by tsarism and organising a revolt against Russia under the auspices and with the material support of one of the belligerent powers. In their reply the Georgian Bolsheviks rejected this proposal, which they regarded as a provocation on the part of the imperialists.
The text of the resolution with Lenin’s note was published in 1931 in Lenin Miscellany XVII, pp. 321–22.