The guillotine at work - Gregori Maximov

Originally published in 1940 in two parts, this is the (partly eyewitness) account of the Leninist terror inflicted upon Russia during the revolution after 1917. Maximov, a life-long anarchist, fought in the Russian Revolution, organized with the metal-workers, and was imprisoned by Lenin's secret police in 1920 when he refused to join the Red Army: he was happy to fight the Whites, but not put down workers' and peasants' uprisings.

The guillotine at work, part 1: the Leninist counter-revolution

Originally published in 1940 in two parts, this is the (partly eyewitness) account of the Leninist terror inflicted upon Russia during the revolution after 1917.

Exiled, he wrote this incredible volume. Over the course of nearly 400 pages, he recounts not only the Leninist terror and reaction against the popular revolution, but shows how the actions of Stalin followed deliberately in his master, and mentor's footsteps.

Attach below is both an original version PDF, published by the Alexander Berkman Fund, and a PDF of the Cienfuegos Press version.

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The Guillotine at Work, Vol. 1_ - Maximoff, Gregory Petrovitch.mobi692.83 KB
The Guillotine at Work, Vol. R_ - Maximoff, Gregory Petrovitch.epub406.88 KB
The Guillotine at Work, Vol. R_ - Cienfuegos press version.pdf1.36 MB
The Guillotine at Work, Vol. R_ - Alexander Berkman Fund version.pdf11.11 MB

The guillotine at work, part 2: data and documents

This is part 2 of the The Guillotine at Work, containing documentation of the Bolshevik "Red Terror" in the wake of the Russian revolution, edited by Russian anarchist Gregori Maximov.

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Maximoff – The Guillotine at Work – Part 2.pdf10.08 MB