V. I.   Lenin



Written: Written March 23, 1917
Published: First published in 1964 in Collected Works, Fifth (Russian) Ed., Vol. 49. Sent from Zurich to Clarens. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, [1977], Moscow, Volume 43, pages 620b-621a.
Translated: Martin Parker and Bernard Isaacs
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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Dear Friend,

I am sending you Kamenev’s postcards, to be returned when you have read them.

Have you seen extracts from the C.C.’s Manifesto in Frankfurter Zeitung (and in Volksrecht)? Good, aren’t they!


My best regards,

P.S. Buy The Times: the best information.

Valya has been told (at the British embassy) that there is no passage at all through England.

What if no passage whatever is allowed either by England or by Germany!!! And this is possible!

P.S. Read the enclosed copies of my articles[1] at once, give them to Usiyevich to read and send them immediately to the Karpinskys in Geneva, who are to return them immediately!

N.B. I must have these copies by Monday.


[1] This refers to Letters from Afar (see present edition, Vol. 23, pp. 295–319).—Ed.

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