Boris Souvarine (1895 – 1 November 1984), also known as Varine , was a French Marxist, communist activist, essayist and journalist.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boris_Souvarine
Partner. Colette Peignot. Boris Souvarine (1 November 1895 – 1 November 1984), also known as Varine, was a French Marxist, communist activist, essayist and journalist. A founding member of the French Communist Party, Souvarine is noted for being the only non-Russian communist to have been a member of the Comintern for three years in ...
Boris Souvarine, pseudonyme de Boris Lifschitz, né le 20 octobre 1895 à Kiev et mort le 1 er novembre 1984 à Paris, est un militant politique, journaliste, historien et essayiste, russe et français.
Boris Souvarine On the Trial of the Russian Social Revolutionaries An interview with Konopleva and Semenov (12 April 1922) From International Press Correspondence, Vol. 2 No. 35, 11 May 1922, pp. 278–279. Transcribed & marked up by Einde O’Callaghan for the Encyclopaedia of Trotskyism On-Line (ETOL). Moscow, April 12th, 1922
1 Boris Souvarine moved from communism in the first years of the Soviet régime, to anti-communism, by the 1930s and throughout the rest of his long life. Such a trajectory is not unusual in the annals of the 20th century but Souvarine’s itinerary is, in many ways, paradigmatic.
Stalin: why and how - Boris Souvarine. Souvarine describes Stalin's path of ascent to power as master of Party and state.
Boris Souvarine , also known as Varine, was a French Marxist, communist activist, essayist and journalist.
Overview Papers of Boris Souvarine, a founder of the French Communist Party and a Bolshevik delegate to the Comintern until expelled in the mid-1920s. He was a leading Sovietologist and anti-communist. Includes correspondence, compositions, source files, and biographical materials. Dates 1915-1984 Majority of material found within 1940-1984
The Kathryn and Shelby Cullom-Davis Library holds a large number of documents collected by Boris Souvarine over his life. In this post, Svetlana Yakimovich tells you what you need to know about him and what the Souvarine collection contains. Who was Boris Souvarine? A founder of the French Communist party (1920) and a member of…
Boris Souvarine was a member of the Secretariat of the Communist International between 1921 and 1924, representing the French Communist Party, of which he was one of the founders. He attempted to defend himself at the XIIIth Congress of the CPSU, and Anatoli Lunatscharski translated his speech.