V. I.   Lenin



Dictated: Dictated by phone
Published: First published in 1965 in Collected Works, Firth (Russian) Ed., Vol. 54. Printed from a typewritten copy.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1976, Moscow, Volume 45, pages 427b-428a.
Translated: Yuri Sdobnikov
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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Comrade Preobrazhensky

Please write me a couple of words about Nazar Uralsky. Has he settled down, how and where, and what are his   present political attitudes, and have they been changing at all over the recent period or remain the same?[1]




[1] Nazar Uralsky—N. N. Nakoryakov. On November 30, 1921, Lenin instructed his secretary: “Arrange for me a meeting with Nazar Uralsky (through the Central Administration for Vocational Training)” (Lenin Miscellany XXIII, p. 310). Nakoryakov was received by Lenin that same day.

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