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Victor Serge (), born Victor Lvovich Kibalchich (; December 30, 1890 – November 17, 1947), was a Russian revolutionary Marxist, novelist, poet and historian. Originally an anarchist, he joined the Bolsheviks five months after arriving in Petrograd in January 1919 and later worked for the Comintern as a journalist, editor and translator. He was critical of the Stalinist regime and remained a revolutionary Marxist until his death. He is best remembered for his Memoirs of a Revolutionary and series of seven "witness-novels" chronicling the lives of Soviet People and revolutionaries and of the first half of the 20th century.
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Uniform title: Ce que tout revolutionnaire doit savoir sur la repression. English
by Serge, Victor, 1890-1947
Melbourne : Ocean Press, c2005
 
 
Uniform title: De Lenine a Staline. English
by Serge, Victor, 1890-1947
London : Secker & Warburg , 1937
 
 
Uniform title: Ce que tout revolutionnaire doit savoir sur la repression. English
by Serge, Victor, 1890-1947
London : New Park Publications ; New York : distributed by Labor Publications, c1979
 
 
Uniform title: Destin d'une revolution. English
by Serge, Victor, 1890-1947
Westport, Conn., Hyperion Press [1973, c1937]
 
 
Uniform title: Affaire Toulaev. English
by Serge, Victor, 1890-1947
Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1950
 
 
 
 
Uniform title: An premier de la Revolution russe. English
by Serge, Victor, 1890-1947
Chicago, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston [1972]
 
 
 
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