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Julius West (born Julius Rappoport) (21 March 1891 – 1918) was a historian, poet, and translator who prepared a Fabian Tract on John Stuart Mill and a critical study of G.K. Chesterton. He translated Chekhov into English and produced a number of other works including a history of Chartism that was published posthumously. He travelled to Russia at the time of the 1917 revolution and saw Lenin and Trotsky speak.

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