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Kronstadt uprising 1921.

Ida Mett

Kronstadt uprising 1921.

by Ida Mett

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Published by Solidarity in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previously published as "The Kronstadt Commune", [1967].

SeriesSolidarity pamphlet -- 27
ContributionsMett, Ida.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21381533M
ISBN 100919618138

  This is the first major study of revolutionary Kronstadt to span the period from February to the uprising of March This book focuses attention on Kronstadt's forgotten golden age, between March and July , when Soviet power and democracy flourished s: 2.   In March the sailors of Kronstadt, the naval fortress in the Gulf of Finland, rose in revolt against the Bolshevik government, which they themselves had helped into power. Under the slogan of ''free soviets,'' they established a revolutionary commune that survived for sixteen days, until an army came across the ice to crush : Paul Avrich.

In March the sailors of Kronstadt, the naval fortress in the Gulf of Finland, rose in revolt against the Bolshevik government, which they themselves had helped into power. Under the slogan of Òfree soviets,” they established a revolutionary commune that survived for sixteen days, until an army came across the ice to crush it. In March the sailors of Kronstadt, the naval fortress in the Gulf of Finland, rose in revolt against the Bolshevik government, which they themselves had helped into power. Under the slogan of Òfree soviets,'' they established a revolutionary commune that survived for sixteen days, until an army came across the ice to crush it.

Karl Radek: The Kronstadt Uprising, (April ) MIA > Archive > Radek. Karl Radek The Kronstadt Uprising, (April ) Source: Workers' Liberty, First published: "Bulletin communiste", French organ of the Communist International, April 1st, Translated: Ed Maltby. HTML Mark-up: Zdravko Saveski. The example is being set by Red Kronstadt, menace of counterrevolutionaries of the right and of the left. Here the new revolutionary step forward has been taken. Here is raised the banner of rebellion against the three-year-old violence and oppression of Communist rule, which has put in the shade the three-hundred-year yoke of monarchism.


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The Kronstadt Uprising ofLynne Thorndycraft, Left Bank Books, and Sailors in Revolt: The Russian Baltic Fleet inNorman Saul, Kansas, A History of Russia, N.V.

Riasanovsky, Oxford University Press (USA), ISBN Location: Kronstadt, Kotlin Island. Kronstadt was a naval base, but more than that. Inthe sailors and workers in Petrograd developed a set of economic and political demands, consistent with the new Constitution. As Murray Bookchin puts it in the introduction (Page 2): "We can now say, however, that the Kronstadt uprising marked the definitive end of the Russian Revolution."/5(4).

THE KRONSTADT UPRISING OF [Thorndycraft, Lynne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE KRONSTADT UPRISING OF Author: Lynne Thorndycraft. THE KRONSTADT UPRISING by Ida Mett Originally published in French as La Commune de Cronstadt, Paris First published in English by Solidarity, Then by Black Rose Books, Montréal, Canada, n.d.

Kronstadt - Paul Avrich A detailed book-length history of the Kronstadt uprising of workers and sailors against the burgeoning Bolshevik dictatorship during the. This may be the definitive historical study of the Kronstadt Rebellion and subsequent suppression for some time to come.

I say this whilst acknowledging that Israel Getzler's Kronstadt – (which I have not read) postdates the publication of Avrich's book by 13 years and is another 50 pages longer but also expands the study of the rebellion by covering /5. This is the first major study of revolutionary Kronstadt to span the period from February to the uprising of March It focuses attention on Kronstadt's forgotten golden age, between March and Julywhen Soviet power and democracy flourished by: The Kronstadt Uprising of by Ida Mett Ida Mett's history of the Kronstadt uprising highlights one of the most important yet neglected events of the Russian Revolution.

The suppression of the most revolutionary section of the Navy by the Bolsheviks was the final blow to any hope of a genuine revo-lution based on democratic workers' self. The Kronstadt rebellion was an anti-Bolshevik uprising in early It was carried out by soldiers and sailors on the island fortress of Kronstadt, a few miles off the coast of Petrograd.

The rebellion was a protest against Bolshevik economic policies, food shortages, political oppression and violence. The Kronstadt Uprising. M Page The Kronstadt Uprising by Ida Mett 1. Poukhov: ‘The Kronstadt Rebellion of ’.

State Publishing House. ‘Young Guard’ edition, Kronstadt poster () On 28th February,the crew of the battleship, Petropavlovsk, passed a resolution calling for a return of full political freedoms.

It was reported by Radio Moscow: that the sailors were supporters of the White Army: "Just like other White Guard insurrections, the mutiny of General Kozlovsky and the crew of the. Kronshtadt Rebellion, (March ), one of several major internal uprisings against Soviet rule in Russia after the Civil War (–20), conducted by sailors from the Kronshtadt naval base.

It greatly influenced the Communist Party’s decision to. The famous cruiser Aurora, which had bombarded the Winter Palace on Octo with its famous shot heard round the world, belonged to the Baltic Fleet based in Kronstadt.

It was a rude shock to the Bolsheviks when the red sailors of Kronstadt went into open rebellion in March The Kronstadt uprising of was one of the most important yet often overlooked events of the Russian civil war.

The bloody suppression of the rebels by the ‘government of the workers and peasants’ marked the final blow to any hopes of a genuine popular revolution based on democratic self-management.

The Kronstadt sailors’ point manifesto () By earlyPetrograd was in a state of near-chaos. The Civil War had ended but the Bolshevik regime was yet to ease war restrictions, improve food supplies or allow greater personal liberties.

This is the first major study of revolutionary Kronstadt to span the period from February to the uprising of March It focuses attention on Kronstadt's forgotten golden age, between March and Julywhen Soviet power and democracy flourished there.

Professor Getzler argues that the Kronstadters' 'Third Revolution' of March was a desperate attempt at a. The Kronstadt Rebellion or Kronstadt Mutiny happened during the Russian Civil War in It is one of the left-wing uprisings against the Bolsheviks in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution.

Many years after its first publication, Paul Avrich's "Kronstadt, " remains one of the best books written about one of the most important events of the Russian Revolution. The book is a detailed history of the Kronstadt 'mutiny' of Marchin which many see the seeds of Stalin's future s: 7.

The Kronstadt uprising of was one of the most important yet often overlooked events of the Russian civil war. The bloody suppression of the rebels by the 'government of the workers and peasants' marked the final blow to any hopes of a genuine popular revolution based on democratic self-management.

The book is a detailed history of the Kronstadt 'mutiny' of Marchin which many see the seeds of Stalin's future lly, what happened is this: following a wave of strikes and discontent in Russia caused by the repressive methods of "War Communism," the sailors at the Kronstadt naval base in the Baltic Sea published a.

The Kronstadt Uprising book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.4/5(4).This is the first major study of revolutionary Kronstadt to span the period from February to the uprising of March It focuses attention on Kronstadt's forgotten golden age, between March and Julywhen Soviet power and democracy flourished there.Induring the Russian Civil War, Leon Trotsky was head of the Red Army when it crushed a sailors rebellion in Kronstadt.

It was three years ago, Nikolai Sukhanov (a member of the Petrograd Soviet) reminded Leon Trotsky that he, Trotsky, had previously announced to the people of Petrograd that “we shall conduct the work of the Petrograd Soviet in a spirit of .