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  1. Trotskyism, a Marxist ideology based on the theory of permanent revolution first expounded by Leon Trotsky (–), one of the leading theoreticians of the Russian Bolshevik Party and a leader in the Russian Revolution. Trotskyism was to become the primary theoretical target of Stalinism.
  2. Leon Trotsky - Leon Trotsky - Exile and assassination: In January Trotsky and his principal followers were exiled to remote parts of the Soviet Union, Trotsky himself being assigned to Alma-Ata (now Almaty) in Central Asia. In January Trotsky was banished from the territory of the Soviet Union. He was initially received by the government of Turkey and domiciled on the island of.
  3. My Life. Trotsky’s autobiography. Written after Trotsky’s expulsion from the Soviet Union in , the book details the formation of Trotsksy’s political development as a young student revolutionary in southern Russian to his integration into the Bolshevik Party in to his leadership, with Lenin, of the October Revolution and the subsequent rise of the bureaucracy lead by Joseph.
  4. In 12 months Trotsky "moved from being an opponent of Bolshevism to being the director of its seizure of power and the organizer of its survival in civil war" Deutscher on Commissar for War "He was now at the summit of his political and military achievement.
  5. Sep 02,  · As Trotsky was driven out of Russia, Stalin launched the first of the five-year plans, aimed at rapid industrialization--with grim consequences for Russian workers and peasants.
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  7. Leon Trotsky (probably) wasn’t Pushkin’s Great-Grandson Alexander Latsis has alleged that Trotsky was the great grandson of Alexander Pushkin, Russia’s most famous and revered poet. Latsis has argued that Pushkin had an affair with a Polish woman called Angelica Dembinska, who bore him an illegitimate son – Trotsky’s grandfather.
  8. The Soviet agents in Mexico had succeeded in planting a woman called Sylvia Ageloff in the house as one of Trotsky’s secretaries. She had a lover, a Spanish communist called Ramón Mercader, who turned up at the house pretending to be one of Trotsky’s admirers and began calling on him often with chocolates and flowers.

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