V. I. Lenin

Telegram To J. V. Stalin

Wired: 17 July, 1920
First Published: Fourth (Russian) Edition of the Collected Works; Published according to the manuscript
Source: Lenin’s Collected Works, 4th English Edition, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1965, Volume 31, page 205
Translated: Julius Katzer
Transcription\HTML Markup: David Walters & R. Cymbala
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Revolutionary Council of the South-Western Front
To Stalin, urgent


The Central Committee plenum has adopted almost in full the proposals I have made.[1] You will receive the full text. Keep me informed without fail, twice weekly in cipher and in detail, regarding the development of opera-tions and the course of events.



[1] The refence is to Lenin’s proposals regarding the reply to the Curzon Note of July 12, 1920. These proposals were accepted by the Central Committee Plenum of July 16, 1920.