First published in 1920, Paul Miliukov’s book concerns the international nature of Bolshevism, both in terms of its ideologically internationalist doctrine of World Revolution and in terms of the attempts to spread Bolshevism in the period immediately preceding and following the First World War and the Russian revolution of October 1917. This reissue is a must for anyone interested in the rise of Bolshevism as an international force.
Table of Contents
Part I: The International Doctrine of Bolshevism 1. The Origin of the Bolshevist Doctrine (1905-14) 2. The Promoters of the Internationalist Doctrine in the World War Part II: The Progress of Bolshevism through War and Revolution 3. The Attempts to Use the "Second International" (1914-15) 4. Doctrine of the "Third International" and its Spread in 1916 5. The First Victory of International Extremism - in the Russian Revolution 6. Influence of the Russian Revolution on European Internationalism, 1917 7. The Bolshevist Collapse in War and Triumph in Propaganda, 1917-19 Part III Bolshevism out for a World Revolution 8. The "First Link in the Chain" - Germany and Central Europe 9. The Bolshevist Scheme for Feeding and Conquering Germany 10. The Bolsheviks in Hungary and German Austria 11. The Bolshevist Propaganda in Neutral Countries 12. Bolshevist Connections and Aims in the Allied Countries 13. The Bolshevist Propaganda Outside Europe