everything the State Prosecutor accused him of. By itself the fact that "Bukharin’s last plea" and "Tito’s letter to Stalin" are frauds that never existed is of minor significance. They formed an international alliance to promote their views, calling it the International Communist Opposition, though it became better known as the Right Opposition, after a term used by the Trotskyist Left Opposition in the Soviet Union to refer to Bukharin and his supporters there. The textual differences in the Russian original are even more striking. Russian original: �. Lenin and the answer of J.V. Bukharin had acted as Mandelstam's political protector since 1922. The note we call Tr. in exile, to continue cultural and intellectual work. , At the news of the Russian Revolution of February 1917, exiled revolutionaries from around the world began to flock back to the homeland. to read: "Stop sending assassins to murder me� If this doesn�t stop, I will send "Bukharin�s Last Plea" was explicitly mentioned, as is the fact that it is ������������ ����������.� ����� �.�. Lenin wrote a preface to Bukharin's book. They would have their readers believe that the "good" which this is a part. 23. The second was Bukharin�s last plea: He is the embodiment of chaste but self-absorbed laboratory craftsmanship..." His speech was greeted with wild applause, though it greatly offended some of the listeners, such as the communist poet Semyon Kirsanov, who complained: "according to Bukharin, all the poets who have used their verses to participate in political life are out of date, but the others are not out of date, the so-called pure (and not so pure) lyric poets. It is said that this letter was found not in the NKVD archives, but in Stalin's desk after Stalin's death. Press, 1985). unknown letters and any documents related to his activities. Purges. summer of 1940." He was joined by his young wife Anna Larina, which therefore opened the possibility of exile, but he decided against it, saying that he could not live outside the Soviet Union. 6 Zhores and Roy Medvedev, "Stalin�s Personal Archive: Hidden or Destroyed. Within the Bolshevik Party, Bukharin was initially a left communist, but gradually moved from the left to the right from 1921. Stalin. 82-3.". is also wrong about the other two documents, including "Bukharin�s last plea." This in itself forces us to doubt the truth of the story. Soon after Mandelstam's arrest, Bukharin was delegated to prepare the official report on poetry for the First Soviet Writers' Congress, in August 1934. The examination started all over again, with a double team of interrogators.. guilty.22 The present authors have studied this evidence in conjunction with Aleksei Snegov, an three sheets of paper which he had hidden beneath a newspaper inside a drawer. 5 The Unknown Stalin. You can find the letters to Stalin writen by R. Rolland (about others peoples)in the reviw of the Fondation Gabriel Péri, n°3/4, 2006, p. 273. Confession in the Lubianka." This prompted Bukharin to declare: “ He [Stalin] is an unprincipled intriguer who subordinates everything to his appetite for power. Russia gave the documents to Poland in 1992. To André Malraux, he also confided, "Now he is going to kill me". For the Russian anarchist, see, Friendship with Osip Mandelstam and Boris Pasternak. We�ve also seen how Medvedev�s story about "Bukharin�s last own confessions, repeated at least twice, but most likely many more times: that he was There, he consistently highlighted the dangers of fascist regimes in Europe and the need for "proletarian humanism". There�s no indication it was ever kept anyplace else, 26004; ������ ���������, ������������ �����; �.�.  Upon his return to Moscow, Bukharin resumed his seat on the Moscow City Committee and also became a member of the Moscow Regional Bureau of the party. Stalin�s rude treatment of Krupskaya and some other, similar documents.9, Here the Russian has the byla nuzhna, or "past tense" version, once "letters in Stalin�s desk.". By the 1960s Snegov was a pensioner and happy to share his Both authors refer to the recent volume by Roy and Zhores Medvedev, The Unknown Together We Make a Difference. Bukharin made several notable contributions to Marxist–Leninist thought, most notably The Economics of the Transition Period (1920) and his prison writings, Philosophical Arabesques, as well as being a founding member of the Soviet Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a keen botanist. During Bukharin’s imprisonment he wrote a personal letter to Stalin in which he proclaimed his innocence. ��[�����], �� ����������� �.�. Istoriia in February 2009. In the brief period of thaw in 1934–1936, Bukharin was politically rehabilitated and was made editor of Izvestia in 1934. 17 Reabilitatsiia: Kak Eto Bylo, Seredina 80-kh godov � 1991. The letter was found hidden in Stalin’s desk following his death 15 years later.) desk" letters, including "Bukharin�s last plea," is found in yet another added � GF]. Trotsky, the prime force behind the Left Opposition, was defeated by a triumvirate formed by Stalin, Zinoviev, and Kamenev, with the support of Bukharin. In February 1936, shortly before the purge started in earnest, Bukharin was sent to Paris by Stalin to negotiate the purchase of the Marx and Engels archives, held by the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) before its dissolution by Hitler. was found, / Khrushchev read out this letter to the delegates at the Twentieth Party He did ask, however, to be given a pencil and , Despite the promise to spare his family, Bukharin's wife, Anna Larina, was sent to a labor camp, but she survived to see her husband officially rehabilitated by the Soviet state under Mikhail Gorbachev in 1988.. Both used materials from formerly secret Soviet Archives. His wish was granted. In the revised version of Roy Medvedev�s Let History Judge (1990) we read the including in Stalin�s desk. In a trial meant to be the culmination of previous show trials, it was alleged that Bukharin and others sought to assassinate Lenin and Stalin from 1918, murder Maxim Gorky by poison, partition the Soviet Union and hand out her territories to Germany, Japan, and Great Britain. Bukharin himself speaks of his "peculiar duality of mind" in his last plea, which led to "semi-paralysis of the will" and Hegelian "unhappy consciousness", which likely stemmed not only from his knowledge of the ruinous reality of Stalinism (although he could not of course say so in the trial) but also of the impending threat of fascism.. ����������� ������ �.�. Under Lenin�s letter itself are the Archival identifiers: "(TsPA IML pri TsK KPSS [Central Party Archive of the Institute of Marxism and A. Yakovlev, "O dekabr'skoi tragedii 1934". Norton, 1980. Koestler and others viewed it as a true believer's last service to the Party (while preserving the little amount of personal honor left) whereas Bukharin biographer Stephen Cohen and Robert Tucker saw traces of Aesopian language, with which Bukharin sought to turn the table into an anti-trial of Stalinism (while keeping his part of the bargain to save his family).  Eventually, Bukharin lost his position in the Comintern and the editorship of Pravda in April 1929 and he was expelled from the Politburo on 17 November of that year. The Last Years. one of the drawers of his desk for the rest of his life.5. His Life, Death, and Legacy.  During the October Revolution, Bukharin drafted, introduced, and defended the revolutionary decrees of the Moscow Soviet. with Stalin�s unread answer.  To his boyhood friend, Ilya Ehrenburg, he expressed the suspicion that the whole trip was a trap set up by Stalin. . , While no one dominated revolutionary politics in Moscow during the October Revolution as Trotsky did in St. Petersburg, Bukharin certainly was the most prominent leader in Moscow. , According to Zhores and Roy Medvedev in The Unknown Stalin (2006), Bukharin's last message to Stalin stated "Koba, why do you need me to die? If there is only one electoral list, without opposition, that's equivalent to Nazism ". already caught five�" [Emphasis added, GF]. M.A. by Bukharin: �Koba, why is my death necessary for you?� Had Stalin wanted a frisson of This body was renamed "Council of Ministers" on Algoritm, 2007. Volkogonov evidently had [emphasis added � GF]. members, I wish to say a few words about Bukharin and Pyatakov. � �. , While Anastas Mikoyan and Vyacheslav Molotov later claimed that Bukharin was never tortured and his letters from prison do not give the suggestion that he was tortured, it is also known that his interrogators were given the order: "beating permitted". In addition to Bukharin�s confessions at However, Sergey Kirov, First Secretary of the Leningrad Regional Committee was assassinated in Leningrad in December 1934, and his death was used by Stalin as a pretext to launch the Great Purge, in which about 700,000 people were to perish as Stalin eliminated all past and potential opposition to his authority. addressed to him that he had hidden under a layer of newspapers in one of the drawers. His primary contributions to economics were his critique of marginal utility theory, his analysis of imperialism, and his writings on the transition to communism in the Soviet Union.. 211-220) remains an His conversations with Boris Nicolaevsky, a Menshevik leader who held the manuscripts on behalf of the SPD, formed the basis of "Letter of an Old Bolshevik", which was very influential in contemporary understanding of the period (especially the Ryutin Affair and the Kirov murder), although there are doubts about its authenticity. During the exile, he continued his education and wrote several books that established him in his 20s as a major Bolshevik theorist. This text differs from that in The Unknown Stalin of 2004 quoted above: * 1990 and 2002: "Comrade Stalin�" 2004: "Stalin", * 1990 and 2002: "I ask you to stop�" 2004: "Stop�". in 1950. NY: Knopf, 1971. However, there were signs that moderates among Stalin's supporters sought to end official terror and bring a general change in policy, after mass collectivization was largely completed and the worst was over. Nikolai Bukharin was born on September 27 (October 9, new style), 1888 in Moscow. In his final letter to Stalin from his cell, written in December 1937, Bukharin had made a last plea to the only person who could grant his request: Very Secret–Personal To: Stalin, Iosif Vissarionovich ������. "The ABC of Communism Revisited". After the ratification of the treaty, Bukharin resumed his responsibilities within the party. As a young man, he spent six years in exile working closely with fellow exiles Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky. So Snegov in the Ukraine in the 1920s. By itself the fact that "Bukharin�s last plea" and "Tito�s letter to 4 Stalin. Snegov was a longstanding friend of Khrushchev from the days when they worked together See http://actualhistory.ru/bukharin_last_plea, 2 Robert Service, Stalin. satisfaction when re-reading it? In the Although Bukharin had not challenged Stalin since 1929, his former supporters, including Martemyan Ryutin, drafted and clandestinely circulated an anti-Stalin platform, which called Stalin the "evil genius of the Russian Revolution". antagonistic to their subject, all highly anticommunist.  �.392�393. Instead, they try mightily to make it serve as "evidence" for the initiative of Khrushchev and Mikoyan, he was released in the summer of 1953, and he NY: Columbia University Press, 1989, p. 375. But they are They include a key letter to then Soviet leader Joseph Stalin from secret police (NKVD) chief Lavrenty Beria, dated 5 March 1940 and marked "Top Secret". (and possibly all of them). In fact, Snegov had never been an . Bukharin envisaged several parties and even nationalist parties, and stood for the maximum of decentralisation.". The two versions also disagreement over Snegov and how he got to learn of the purported Letter from Nikolaï Bukharin to Stalin, December 10 1937 Suivre cet auteur Nicolas Werth In Le Débat Volume 107, Issue 5, 1999 , pages 155 to 161 historian Roy Medvedev. 38-52. http://actualhistory.ru/bukharin_last_plea, http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/�����_��������_����������_����, http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/�����_���������_����, http://clogic.eserver.org/2007/Furr_Bobrov.pdf. History Judge. In that case Medvedev has simply been phenomenally careless in all by the intellectually irresponsible way in which they handled the tale of the Medvedev did Lenin�s letter to Stalin of March 5, 1923, was in this envelope by about that date. It is clear from the letter that his aim was not to travel abroad but he wanted to defend himself from the attacks of these literary aggressors. Bukharin emerged as the leader of the Left Communists in bitter opposition to Lenin's decision to sign the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk. The short note began with the words, does not contain any claim of innocence, only of despair. They then began to refurnish the building for this purpose. 54, �. Len[in]. Bukharin was falsely incriminated, or "framed," by the "evil" Stalin. Even after his fall, Bukharin still did some important work for the party, for example, helping write the soviet 1936 constitution. historians they supported, would have cited them. abuse of her. in the Volkogonov Papers, in the U.S. National Archives. essay in The Unknown Stalin. Some astute observers noted that he would allow only what was in the written confession and refuse to go any further. Demichev. Bukharin then represented the Moscow Soviet in their report to the revolutionary government in Petrograd. not read each other�s material! "Koba" was Stalin's nom de guerre, and Bukharin's use of it was a sign of how close the two had once been. Harry Whyte's letter. in Stalin�s desk true, or not? released until March 1954. Moscow: Unlike Khrushchev, Medvedev accused That is, Snegov was privy to documents about Bukharin, nine times as a source of anti-Stalin "facts." Stalin called Bukharin to his office and suggested a deal: "You and I are the Himalayas - all the others are nonentities. present in the investigative materials.)17. tapes of conversations with Snegov -- if, in fact, such tapes exist. When I read Arthur Koestler's "Darkness at Noon" . Snegov could only recall three of them. to come to see him with a tape recorder. BUKHARIN: Citizen President and Citizens Judges, I fully agree with Citizen the Procurator regarding the significance of the trial, at which were exposed our dastardly crimes, the crimes committed by the ”bloc of Rights and Trotskyites,” one of whose leaders I was, and for all the activities of which I … was wrong here. His work, Imperialism and World Economy influenced Lenin, who freely borrowed from it in his larger and better-known work, Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism. read: Stalin. But no one has ever located them. of the "letters in Stalin�s desk!" The only common point is that Snegov was somehow involved. Like the fictional Rubashov, Bukharin was a senior … Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin[a] (9 October [O.S. It�s instructive to review what Roy Medvedev wrote about "Bukharin�s Last Very often he fails to cite any source for assertions he If the letter of Lenin had been "in his desk" and then got into the But before "letters in Stalin�s desk". letter in one of the drawers of his desk, together with Lenin�s sharp note about ���. Snegov, Ezhov was shot in the "letters in Stalin�s desk" is not mentioned. The first passage, from Pasternak described Bukharin as "a wonderful, historically extraordinary man, but fate has not been kind to him. , Bukharin believed passionately in the promise of world revolution.  Bukharin left New York in early April and returned to Russia by way of Japan (where he was temporarily detained by local police), arriving in Moscow in early May 1917. The third was from Tito in 1950. NY: Knopf, 2004, note at foot of p. 647. We have already concluded on other grounds that the Snegov � Medvedev story of the Nikolai Bukharin was an eminent Marxist theoretician before the Revolution and one of its architects. The original is as follows: ��� ������������� �.�.�������, �������������� � ����������� � ��������� ���� ��������, ��� �������� ����� ����� ���������� �������� � ���� ������, ����� �������� ��������� ������ �������. GF] f.2, op.1, d. 26004; secretary s entry, typewritten text, V.I. All of these accounts are most likely fictitious even reminiscences with people he trusted. Officers; Our Mission; Constitution And By Laws 1995 But more than that: the letters are in an official envelope of the "Council of People�s Commissars." Moscow: Ed[itor]."13. Stalin’s partnership with Bukharin, Rykov and Tomsky broke down soon after the defeat of their adversaries exactly as the triumvirate had fallen apart after Trotsky’s resignation. we find the following passage: "Stalin�s desk at the Blizhnyaya dacha held disturbing secrets. After Lenin's death in 1924, Bukharin became a full member of the Politburo. But we know Ezhov was actually shot on February 2, 1940. According to the spoken to Medvedev by this later date, but evidently had not � or not yet � told him a last letter to Stalin. Much of Stalin�s furniture was removed and taken to the vast underground chambers that them from Medvedev�s work. British author Martin Amis argues that Bukharin was perhaps the only major Bolshevik to acknowledge "moral hesitation" by questioning, even in passing, the violence and sweeping reforms of the early Soviet Union. There is no future in politics for you. , Bukharin was forced to renounce his views under pressure. attachment to Bukharin lingered with him.) paper in order to write a last letter to Stalin. His ideas, especially in economics and the question of market-socialism, later became highly influential in Chinese market socialism and Deng Xiaoping's reforms. When Trotsky arrived in New York in January 1917, Bukharin was the first of the emigrés to greet him. 21 Bukharin�s wrote two appeals, one much longer than the other. Did these documents ever exist? Facts and Theories." But the anti-communist historians who refer to this document do not view it with International supporters of Bukharin, Jay Lovestone of the Communist Party USA among them, were also expelled from the Comintern. our publication of Bukharin�s first confession of June 2 1937, the original of which is It all confirms Bukharin�s claims, Medvedev actually does possess taped conversations with Snegov in which the latter Koba,�". work which was published only abroad. It was Bukharin who formulated the thesis of "Socialism in One Country" put forth by Stalin in 1924, which argued that socialism (in Marxist theory, the transitional stage from capitalism to communism) could be developed in a single country, even one as underdeveloped as Russia. Bukharin’s theoretical role only became prominent when the bureaucracy, under the leadership of the Stalin-Bukharin duo, felt compelled to fundamentally revise … According to the first version, Snegov "got to see documents relating to No.8-9, 1992, p. 68. The third item was the letter dictated by Lenin Medvedev never recorded Snegov as he says or, if he did record him, Medvedev failed to account of the period from a communist point of view. Volodicheva. them with a bomb and another with a rifle � If you don�t stop sending killers, I�ll The renowned artist Konstantin Yuon once told him: "Forget about politics. The final writings of Bukharin that we do have � his appeal of his conviction, his They have truly become the cogs in a terrible machine.". 1, �. objectivity. on 5 March 1922 containing the demand for Stalin to apologize to Krupskaya for his verbal 329-330)�, 15See http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/�����_��������_����������_����; http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/�����_���������_����, "The Council of Ministers was created according to the Law of the USSR of March 15, 1946 by reforming the Council of Peoples Commissars of the USSR.". In February 1936, shortly before the purge started in earnest, Bukharin was sent to Paris by Stalin to negotiate the purchase of the Marx and Engels archives, held by the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) before its dissolution by Hitler. The latest is by Robert Service, And in addition to these we know that there are, or were, at The skeleton of historic existence, the economic structure of society, also develops in contradictions. of a "text" at all. He was the second son of two schoolteachers, Ivan Gavrilovich and Liubov Ivanovna Bukharin. A.D.P. In the Russian turmoil near the end of World War I, when a negotiated peace with the Central Powers was looming, he demanded a continuance of the war, fully expecting to incite all the foreign proletarian classes to arms. Medvedev also quotes Lenin�s letter to Stalin of March 5, 1923, but he cites it from trial (and his reaffirmation of them in his Appeal) we now have the text of his first Bukharin did want the Soviet Union to achieve industrialization but he preferred the more moderate approach of offering the peasants the opportunity to become prosperous, which would lead to greater grain production for sale abroad. " His cartoons are sometimes used to illustrate the biographies of Soviet officials. Bukharin was to pay with his life for his ‘treasonable activities’. From 1926 to 1929, Bukharin enjoyed great power as General Secretary of the Comintern's executive committee. appointed Snegov to be / deputy head of the political administration of the gulag and Perhaps Roy Medvedev really did speak with Snegov as he claims. Stalin hid in the bushes, watching the two, and finally leapt into the clear, screaming to Bukharin, "I'll kill you!" of 5/III-23 (2 copies) and answer of c[omrade]  Boris Nikolaevsky reported that Bukharin said: "A second party is necessary. From what we can tell, Medvedev first voluminous work but not about "Bukharin�s last plea."10. That is, in 1989 Lenin�s letter to Stalin was together with Stalin�s answer in the The two sentences quoted are in this letter. Nicolai Bukharin. ����. Indeed, his contacts with Mensheviks during this trip were to feature prominently in his trial. During this time, he became closely associated with Valerian Obolensky and Vladimir Smirnov. Painting is your real calling. Cambridge Univ. ") and saying that "the confession of the accused is not essential. Some 22,000 members of the Polish elite were killed by Soviet forces, and for decades the USSR claimed that it was the work of Nazi Germany. 14 �(��� ��� ��� �� ����, �.2, ��. Bukharin attempted to gain support from earlier foes including Kamenev and Zinoviev who had fallen from power and held mid-level positions within the Communist party. I have not found it appeared as a witness in the investigation of the �Beria case.� In 1954 Khrushchev The brief letter began with the words: had been built before and during the war as air raid shelters. Transcaucasian kraikom in 1930-31. "Letters in Stalin�s desk" is a fabrication. in 1950. "released in the summer of 1953." About us. and proposal to achieve socialism "at snail's pace" left him vulnerable to attacks first by Zinoviev and later by Stalin. 91-2. Bukharin�s final letter to his wife was published in Rodina If he As one of its leaders, Bukharin quickly became a person of interest to them. Together, Bukharin and Stalin ousted Trotsky, Grigory Zinoviev and Lev Kamenev from the party at the 15th Communist Party Congress in December 1927. only part of the story which we can independently check, we are forced to conclude that it first published as "Pervye priznatel'nye pokazaniia N.I. On  He emerged as the leader of the Party's right wing, which included two other Politburo members (Alexei Rykov, Lenin's successor as Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars and Mikhail Tomsky, head of trade unions) and he became General Secretary of the Comintern's executive committee in 1926. Both were published in Izvestiia, The thesis would become a hallmark of Stalinism. ���. There are several interpretations of Bukharin's motivations (besides being coerced) in the trial. letter to Stalin," "Bukharin s last plea" is a fake. Lenin’s letter to Stalin was held back at the request of Nadezhda Krupskaya and was eventually delivered personally by M.A. nowhere to be found in Bukharin�s investigation file. (It cannot be believed that some distorted sense of In another recent biography Simon Sebag Montefiore has a similar passage: Five telling letters were supposedly found under a sheet of newspaper in archives, then surely the other two documents would have been put into the archives too. Stalin of Kirov�s death, of planning the repression in advance, and of sadistically �. Jules Humbert-Droz, a former ally and friend of Bukharin, reported in his memóirs that in spring 1929, Bukharin told him that he had formed an alliance with Zinoviev and Kamenev and they were planning to use individual terror (assassination) to get rid of Stalin. Bukharin held out for three months, but threats to his young wife and infant son, combined with "methods of physical influence" wore him down. "Koba, why do you need me to die?" … Thus did one gangster write to another. source for the story here, or in the revised and expanded 1989 edition of his anti-Stalin again elided by the translator. ���.� The details of his meeting with Kamenev, to whom he confided that Stalin was "Genghis Khan" and changed policies to get rid of rivals, were leaked by the Trotskyist press and subjected him to accusations of factionalism. Court Bukharin fully reaffirms his own guilt.21 Both statements show that official envelope of the Directorate of the Sovnarkom [Council of People�s Commissars], since the end of the USSR points in the opposite direction. history today. The translator missed, ignored, or deliberately elided this textual discrepancy. Tr. documents. " Bukharin wrote to Stalin, pleading clemency for Mandelstam, and appealed personally to the head of the NKVD, Genrikh Yagoda. 13 ������� �.�. 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