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    Boris Souvarine
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Boris Souvarine (1895 – 1 November 1984), also known as Varine, was a French Marxist communist activist, essayist and journalist

Boris Souvarine (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 succession.

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ISBN 10: 2904235248 ISBN 13: 9782904235245.

Homage to Boris Souvarine.

Chroniques du mensonge communiste, texts chosen by Branko Lazitch and Pierre Rigoulot, Plon. Boris Souvarine additionally wrote anonymously one of the three parts of Vers l'autre flamme, published under Panaït Istrati's name in 1929. L'URSS en 1930, introduced by Charles Jacquier, Paris, éditions Ivrea. Boris Souvarine and the French Communist Movement, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Homage to Boris Souvarine. Richardson, A. 2001.

Boris Souvarine, also known as Varine (born Boris Konstantinovich .

Boris Souvarine, also known as Varine (born Boris Konstantinovich Lifschitz, Russian: Бори́с Константи́нович Ли́фшиц; 1895 in Kiev – 1 November 1984 in Paris), was a French Marxist, communist activist, essayist, and journalist. Chroniques du mensonge communiste, texts chosen by Branko Lazitch and Pierre Rigoulot, Plon.

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Souvarine memoirs tell us about his first meeting with the Soviet. The article is devoted to the memoirs of the French politician, one of the founders and leaders of the SFIC - French Section of the Communist International, historian and publicist Boris Souvarine (1895-1984). Souvarine memoirs tell us about his first meeting with the Soviet Union in 1921, when a young French Communist came as a delegate of the III Comintern Congress and stayed for about three years. From this moment began the formation of Souvarine as a sharp and consistent critic of the Bolshevik regime and as a historian- sovietologist.

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Boris Souvarine also known as Varine (born Boris Konstantinovich Lifschitz, Russian: Бори́с Константи́нович Ли́фшиц, 5 October 1895, Kiev – 1 November 1984, Paris) was a French Marxist, communist activist, essayist, and journalist

Boris Souvarine also known as Varine (born Boris Konstantinovich Lifschitz, Russian: Бори́с Константи́нович Ли́фшиц, 5 October 1895, Kiev – 1 November 1984, Paris) was a French Marxist, communist activist, essayist, and journalist. Souvarine was a founding member of the French Communist Party and is noted for being the only non-Russian communist to have been a member of the Comintern for three years in succession.