V. I.   Lenin



Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1976, Moscow, Volume 45, pages 569b-570a.
Translated: Yuri Sdobnikov
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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Comrade Glyasser:

I am writing to Smolyaninov.

Let him show it to you and to all the secretaries.

I shall come on 2/X (or 1.X). Please have everything ready by Tuesday.[1]

I have received the C.C. minutes. They are almost in order (some enclosures are missing). But this is quite enough for the time being. It will be well to have extracts from the C.P.C. and C.L.D. minutes (newspaper cuttings) arranged conveniently for looking through.

With communist greetings,

Written on September 23, 1922
First published in 1958 in the magazine Istorichesky Arkhiv No. 4
Printed from the original


Comrade Glyasser:

I have not yet received the extracts from the C.L.D. and C.P.C. minutes? I have written to Smolyaninov.[2] Please arrange this with him, and send them on right away.

Second: find out from Svidersky what Tsyurupa has written. If he does not know, find out from Stalin. I must know exactly; let them give me an extract from Tsyurupa’s letter, saying why he is not coming back, for how long he has put it off.[3]


Written in September, later than the 23rd, 1922
First published in 1959 in Lenin Miscellany XXXVI
Printed from the original


[1] October 3.—Ed.

[2] See Document 759 of this volume.—Ed.

[3] At the time A. D. Tsyurupa was receiving medical treatment abroad.

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