Leon Trotsky - Selected Works

Selected Works

  • The Real Situation in Russia, Max Eastman, tr. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1928
  • 1905
  • Autobiography, 1879–1917.
  • Between Red and White
  • Fascism What It Is and How To Fight It
  • History of the Russian Revolution
  • In Defence of Marxism
  • In Defence of October
  • Literature and Revolution
  • My Life
  • Permanent Revolution & Results and Prospects
  • Platform of the Joint Opposition
  • Problems of the Chinese Revolution
  • Terrorism and Communism
  • The Case of Leon Trotsky
  • The First Five Years of the Communist International, Volume 1
  • The First Five Years of the Communist International, Volume 2
  • The Lessons of October
  • The New Course
  • The Revolution Betrayed
  • The Stalin School of Falsification
  • The Third International After Lenin
  • The Transitional Program for Socialist Revolution
  • Their Morals and Ours
  • Trotsky's Military Writings, Volume 3
  • Trotsky's Military Writings, Volume 4
  • Trotsky's Military Writings, Volume 5
  • War and the International
  • Works by Leon Trotsky at Project Gutenberg

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