J. V. Stalin



ON THE DEATH OF

LENIN

A Speech Delivered at
the Second All-Union Congress of Soviets
January 26, 1924


Pravda, No. 23,
January 30, 1924



From J. V. Stalin, Works
Foreign Languages Publishing House,
Moscow 1953,



page 423


NOTES



  [10] This refers to the economic and political crisis in Germany in 1923. A mass revolutionary movement spread over the country, as a result of which workers' governments were set up in Saxony and Thuringia, and an armed uprising broke out in Hamburg. After the suppression of the revolutionary movement in Germany, bourgeois reaction was intensified all over Europe, as well as the danger of a new intervention against the Soviet Republic.    [p. 51]