By Allen, Barbara Carol; Shli︠a︡pnikov, Aleksandr Gavrilovich; Shli︠a︡pnikov, Aleksandr Gavrilovich; Šljapnikov, Aleksandr G
What emerges from Allen’s political portrait is an outdated Bolshevik who stands in amazing distinction to Stalin’s and the NKVD’s photo of the correct social gathering member.
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With excitement, he gazed upon the city he had known only from books and was awestruck by its standard of living and culture that were higher than in Petersburg. Lenin called Paris the ‘foreign Petersburg’ because after the 1906–7 reaction began in Russia, many Russian émigrés clustered there (at one time around eighty thousand). Most Russian revolutionary émigrés congregated in the cafes of the Latin Quarter, but Shlyapnikov also spent his years in France among workers, residing mainly in the northern, industrial suburbs of 55 rgaspi, f.
10, 26–7, 137. 25 Shliapnikov 1935, pp. 41–7; Wynn 2012, p. 121. 26 Shliapnikov 1935, pp. 45–8. From The Old Belief To Socialism 19 answers with other boys, which seems to have won him popularity. The teacher sometimes rebuked him for letting other boys copy his work, but never punished him. Unhappily for him, father deacon gave more frequent scripture lessons and continued to abuse Alexander. When Khioniya turned to a member of the district (okrug) court, a nobleman named Tolstoy for whom she washed clothes, for advice about her son’s plight, she operated within a conjuncture of old and new Russia.
Accusing the informer of having given him illegal literature, he insisted that 45 Shliapnikov 1923c, pp. 41–7. Tsarist police records confirm that he studied French in 1904; see Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii (garf), f. 102 (dp), d. 299, i. 25. 46 Rossiiskii gosudarstvennyi arkhiv ekonomiki (rgae), f. 8346, op. 1, d. 38, i. 11, December 1926 (copy). 47 Shliapnikov 1923c; garf, f. 102 (dp), 1904, d. 299, ii. 16–40. 48 Shliapnikov 1923c, p. 48. 49 His testimony convinced the prosecutor that police had entrapped arrested workers and that there was insufficient evidence to detain them any longer.