Revolutsionnaya Rossiya

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Revolutsionnaya Rossiya (Revolutionary Russia) was an illegal publication of the League of Socialist-Revolutionaries[1] published in Russia from late 1900 (No. 1 dated 1900 actually appeared in January 1901). It was published in Geneva from January 1902 to December 1905 as an organ of the Socialist-Revolutionary Party.[2] It went defunct in 1905.[3]


  1. ^ "Lenin: to Maxim Gorki". Marxists. Retrieved 30 May 2015. 
  2. ^ Lenin: to P. B. Axelrod
  3. ^ "Petty bourgeois". RCG. Retrieved 30 May 2015.