Boris Nicolaevsky

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Boris Nicolaevsky

Revolutionary Russian Marxist activist, archivist, and historian add

Category: Politics

Born in 1887.

Countries: Russia (67%), United States (33%)

Education: undef.

Main connection: Leon Trotsky

Linked to: International Institute of Social History, Marx-Engels Institute, Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, Soviet Union




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Boris Nicolaevsky was born in 1887 add something


Following the Russian Revolution of 1917, Nicolaevsky became the head of the Marx-Engels Institute in Moscow add something


As an active Menshevik, Nicolaevsky was arrested by the Soviet secret police in 1921 and deported from Soviet Russia in 1922 add something


It was translated into English by Otto Mänchen-Helfen and published in 1936 add something


Nicolaevsky wrote "Forced Labor in Soviet Russia", with David Dallin, published in 1948, which was one of the first books to give a truthful and documented account of the scale of the USSR's labour camp system add something

Boris Nicolaevsky died in 1966 add something


Nicolaevsky died February 21, 1966 in New York City add something