1923: On the Slogan of the “United States of Europe” (contribution to a discussion) 1939: Trotsky Tells British Paper He Will Not Write For It in Sharply Worded Statement Expelled from the USSR, Trotsky defended perspectives he had shared with Lenin, until his own death in 1940. 1929: Behind the Scenes in the Russian Party 1939: On Lenin’s Program The publication of the complete works of Heidegger in German, the Gesamtausgabe, was begun during Heidegger’s lifetime. These facts are sufficient for me to acknowledge that Trotsky has come closer to our views… [thus] we have here solidarity on fundamental points in the question of the attitude towards bourgeois parties.” (Lenin, Collected Works, vol. 1923: Vodka, the Church and the Cinema 1939: Trotsky Greets Tresca on 40th Year as Fighter 1939: Trotsky Statement to Press on Soviet-German Alliance 1937: The Case of Leon Trotsky Significant work! 1938: Hitler’s Austria Coup Aided by Moscow Trial of the U.S.S.R. Closer to the Proletarians of the Colored Races, Stalinism in Straits; Opposition on Upsurge, A Strategy of Action and Not of Speculation, Letter To Pekin Friends, The Stalinists and Trotsky’s Radio Speech to America, International Pre-Conference of the Left Opposition Presents Thesis, The Passage of Trotsky to Anvers – Open Letter to Vandervelde. 1923: Man Does Not Live by Politics Alone 1935: A Trial Balance of the Stalin Amalgam 1930: The 5 Year Plan and World Unemployment 1917: Forward The Collected Works Of Langston Hughes. 1936: The Moscow “Confessions” 1938: On the Labor Party in the United States 1927: The Struggle for Peace and the Anglo-Russian Committee 1930: My Part in the October Can a Counter-Revolution or a Revolution Be Made on Schedule? See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive, Uploaded by 1931: What Is Fascism? 1940: Trotsky Letter Exposes Stalin Role in Recent Assassination Attempt (slightly abridged version of the above) 1938: To the Publishers of De Nieuwe Fakkel and De Internationale 1933: Fascism and Democratic Slogans 1926: Europe and America 1939: Independence of the Ukraine and Sectarian Muddleheads 1927: The “Clémenceau Thesis” and the Party Regime [27k] Victim, Freedom of the Press and the Working Class, Trotsky Brands ‘Klement Letter’ as GPU Forgery. 1919: To the Spartacus League of Germany and the Communist Party of German Austria October 26] 1879 – August 21, 1940), born Lev Davidovich Bronstein (Лев Давидович Бронштейн), was a Jewish Bolshevik revolutionary and Marxist theorist. 1938: Czechoslovakia: Toward a Decision What Is to Be Learned from the Moscow Trial? 1936: The Class Nature of the Soviet State 1921: The March Revolutionary Movement in Germany (Personal Notes) What Lies Behind Stalin Bid for Agreement with Hitler? 1938: Trotsky Sees Possibility of Foul Play in Death of His Son 1933: Whither the I.L.P. 1938: The USSR and Problems of the Transitional Epoch (extract from the Transitional Program) 1938: Was Leon Sedoff Murdered? 1926: Theses on Revolution and Counter-Revolution 1940: Stalin – An Appraisal of the Man and his Influence, The Last Letters of Leon Trotsky: On the German Revolution: A Speech to the Moscow Metal Workers, Lenin – The Philistine and the Revolutionary, Class and Art – Culture Under the Dictatorship, First Five Years of the Communist International, Against Bureaucracy, Progressive and Unprogressive, The Letter of Comrade Trotsky to the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Russian Communist Party, Towards Capitalism or Towards Socialism? 1933: What’s Happened to Rakovsky? This next volume in Chesterton's series of collected works contains four of his books and four shorter "English" essays. 1938: Twenty Years of Stalinist Degeneration, 1939: Correspondence on the Custody of His Grandson [letters written in 1938 and 1939] Ultralefts in General and Incurable Ultralefts in Particular, It Is High Time to Launch a World Offensive Against Stalinism, Moscow-Amsterdam “Unity” – A Diplomatic Maneuver. 1940: To Generous Friends 1938: Nationalized Industry and Workers’ Management 1904: The Proletariat and the Revolution Trotsky, Leon, 1879-1940: The Kirov Assassination (Toronto: Workers Party of Canada, 1935), trans. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 14 volumes First Pub lication. 1935: Sectarianism, Centrism and the Fourth International Architect of the Red Army. with Kirov Assassination, How the Stalinists Ruin the Morale of the Red Army, The Right to Vote for Stalin Is Granted – “Soviet Democracy”, The Workers’ State, Thermidor and Bonapartism, Bolshevik-Leninists in U.S.S.R. Face New Frame-Up, Students at Edinburgh Offer Trotsky Rectorship, How History Is Written Dished Up to Order by Stalin’s Savants on Frederick Engels Anniversary, Increasing Oppression the Path of Bureaucracy, On the Seventh World Congress of the Comintern, Sectarianism, Centrism and the Fourth International, Edouard Herriot – Politician of the Golden Mean. 1932: [2nd] Letter to the Communist League (alternative version from The Militant) 1935: On the Seventh World Congress of the Comintern 1937: Coming Trials to Reveal Secret Plans of G.P.U. 1932: Four Years – Trotsky Greets Militant 1932: I See War with Germany 1935: Bolshevik-Leninists in U.S.S.R. Face New Frame-Up 1933: Two Articles on Those Who Have Forgotten the ABCs The Trotsky Internet Archive (TIA) hopes to be central clearing house for Trotsky’s writings. 1933: My Daughter’s Suicide 1940: We Do Not Change Our Course (Article) A PDF document from the Early American Marxism archive [Alternative version] 1938: A Discussion with Trotsky on the Transitional Program (Interview) 1929: A Reply to the Chinese Oppositionists 1938: Trotsky Nails Fresh Attack on His Asylum 1938: On the Character of the Coming War 1931: Trotsky on Opposition and the Party in Spain Click Download or Read Online button to get The Collected Works Of St John Of The Cross Pdf book now. 1933: Foreword to Leninism versus Stalinism of Great Britain 1939: A Great New Writer, 1940: Balance Sheet of the Finnish Events 1922: A Militant Labour Program for the French Communist Party (December 5, 1922) 1921: Speech on Comrade Zinoviev’s Report “The Tactics of the Comintern” at the Eleventh Party Conference 1939: For Grynszpan: Against Fascist Pogrom Gangs and Stalinist Scoundrels 1940: China and the Russian Revolution Literature and Art: A listing of Trotsky’s views on Marxism and the Arts 1939: What Lies Behind Stalin Bid for Agreement with Hitler? 1933: The Spanish “Kornilovs” and “Stalinists” 1940: The May 24th Attempt to Assassinate Trotsky 1940: After Burnham – Macdonald (letter extract) Volume Index to the Lenin Collected Works. 1922: Trotsky’ Military Writings, Volume 5 (collection of articles, essays & lectures) For a PDF version, click here. 1940: The Character of the Russian Revolution as Foreseen by Plekhanov, Lenin and Trotsky (excerpt from Stalin) 1922: To Comrade Treint The Trotsky Internet Archive Index Sorted by Individual Sets of Years: 1901–1910 | 1911–1917 | 1918–1919 | 1920 | 1921 | 1922 | 1923 | 1924 | 1925–1926 | 1927 | 1928–1929 | 1930 | 1931 | 1932 | 1933 | 1934 | 1935 | 1936 | 1937 | 1938 | 1939 | 1940, A complete listing of the writings of Leon Trotsky in e-book format is here. 1940: How to Defend Ourselves 1930: The Fundamental Principle Errors of Syndicalism 1924: Lenin Dead (essay) 1914: War and the International (book) [Click Here for PDF version] Significant work! 1939: Trotsky Sees Closer Hitler-Stalin Ties 1937: Trotsky Urges Backing for Pioneer Publishers 1920: V.I. 1907: The Year 1905 (book) [Click Here for PDF version 1 megabyte in size] Significant work! 1938: Anti-Imperialist Struggle Is Key to Liberation 1923: The Anarcho-Syndicalist Prejudices Again! If you like this post and are looking for some other free downloads, check out my past entries dedicated to the works of Marx and Engels as well as those of Roland Barthes . 1928: A Letter from Exile in Alma-Ata 1919: Great Times(to Class Struggle, article) 1936: Notes of a Journalist 1934: A Statement on the Rakovsky Case 1931: Notes of a Journalist 1923: From the Old Family to the New 1925: Jacob Sverdlov [memorial essay] 1939: Stalin’s Capitulation Lev Davidovich Bronstein. 1931: The Role of Strikes in a Revolution 1936: Statement by Leon Trotsky in Reply to the Charges Made Against Him by the Tass Bureau (statement) 1933: The Tragedy of the German Proletariat (as published in The Militant) 1937: Ultralefts in General and Incurable Ultralefts in Particular 1936: On Dictators and the Heights of Oslo In 1929, he was expelled from the Communist Party by the Stalinist faction of the Party and then deported from the USSR. 1938: Damning Evidence in Sedoff Murder 1937: Swiss Police Arrest Assassins of Murdered G.P.U. Trotsky Tells British Paper He Will Not Write For It in Sharply Worded Statement, ‘Why I Consented to Appear Before the Dies Committee’, For Grynszpan: Against Fascist Pogrom Gangs and Stalinist Scoundrels, Petty Bourgeois Moralists and the Proletarian Party, The Political Backwardness of American Workers, The May 24th Attempt to Assassinate Trotsky, Trotsky Letter Exposes Stalin Role in Recent Assassination Attempt, Dialectics Catches Up with Burnham and Shachtman, Trotsky Indicts the Kremlin’s Role in Europe’s Catastrophe, Stalin Still Hitler’s Vassal, Writes Trotsky, The Character of the Russian Revolution as Foreseen by Plekhanov, Lenin and Trotsky, Trade Unions in the Epoch of Imperialist Decay, Trotsky’s Last Article: Bonapartism, Fascism and War, Stalin – An Appraisal of the Man and his Influence. 1939: ‘Learn to Work in the Stalinist Manner’ 1931: Tactics Flowing from the Election Results 1931: The Spanish Revolution and the Dangers Threatening It 1933: The Party in the Field of Art and Philosophy Is Endorsed by L. Trotsky (telegram) 1921: A School of Revolutionary Strategy 1938: Trotsky Tells of ‘Letter’ from Victim of G.P.U. 1934: Notes of a Journalist 1929: Letter on the Opposition Press in France Man, Reiss. 1924: Class and Art – Culture Under the Dictatorship 1935: The Internationalists Need Our Help! 1937: I Stake My Life! Leon Trotsky - Collected Writings (1929-1940) 14 volumes. Not Hollow Preaching – But Clear Cut Slogans! What will “International Red Day” Bring? 1921: On l’Humanité, the Central Organ Of the French Party 1922: Report on the French Question 1939: Moralists and Sycophants Against Marxism 1923: Lenin Ill 1920: A Letter to a French Syndicalist About the Communist Party 1937: London Buro Aids Stalin Frame-Ups by Refusal to Join Probe Commission 1921: The Main Lesson of the Third Congress 1932: A Political Biography of Stalin 1932: Problems of the Chinese Revolution (collection of articles) Significant work! Our Revolution: Essays in Working Class and International Revolution, 1904–1917: A collection of Trotksy’s writings – Edited by M. Olgin for the Soviet Government 1906: Results and Prospects (book) Significant work! Opposition Serves the Bolshevik Revolution, The Fundamental Principle Errors of Syndicalism, Open Letter to the All Members of the Leninbund, Lessons Of The Capitulations (Obituary Reflections), The New Course in the Economy of the Soviet Union, An Open Letter to the Italian Left Communists, The Slogan of the National Assembly in China, A Squeak in the Apparatus (A Popular Explanation of Rights and Lefts), The Revolution in India – Its TASKS and its DANGERS, The Turn in the Communist International and the Situation in Germany, World Unemployment and the First Five Year Plan, The Mistakes of Rightist Elements of the Communist League on the Trade Union Question, Factory Councils in Germany and Workers’ Control of Production, Fragments of Truth from Under the Garbage of Slander, The Permanent Revolution and the Canton Insurrection, Stalin and the Chinese Revolution – Facts and Documents, The Successes of Socialism and the Dangers of Adventurism. 1939: “Progressive Paralysis” – The Second International on the Eve of the New War 1932: On the Labor Party Question in the United States Addeddate 2015-01-16 18:58:26 Identifier LeninCW Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t37118095 Ocr ABBYY FineReader 9.0 Ppi 300 Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader 1.6.0 1934: Hitler’s Program 1926: An Answer to the Stalinist Critics He defined the order of publication and dictated that the principle of editing should be “ways not works.” The Gesamtausgabe is published by Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt am Main. Oswald Chambers, Andrew Murray and Watchman Nee, among others, are especially sought after by believers in pursuit of a daily walk with the Lord that goes beyond doctrine and routine. 1935: Increasing Oppression the Path of Bureaucracy 1932: Family Relations Under the Soviets 1923: Theses on Industry 1923: On the German Revolution: A Speech to the Moscow Metal Workers 1927: What We Gave and What We Got 1920: Terrorism and Communism: An Answer to Karl Kautsky Significant work! 1936: Tell Workers the Truth About Stalin’s Hounding of Revolutionists in the Soviet Union 1924: Perspectives of World Development [94k] 1929: The Sino-Russian Conflict and the Opposition 1937: Answers to Questions of Journalists on Verdict of Dewey Commission 1930: An Open Letter to the Italian Left Communists (alternative translation) Coming Trials to Reveal Secret Plans of G.P.U. Pathfinder Press alone has in print some 45 works by Trotsky (plus some additional books with some Trotsky in them, such as his 1937 introduction to The Communist Manifesto ), much of which isn't here, and still that's just a portion of his work. 1940: On Conscription 1934: On the Eve of the Congress 1929: The Errors in Principle of Syndicalism 1927: The Opposition and the Wrangel Officer 1930: The Results Of The Sino-Soviet Conflict 1932: Mill as a Stalinist Agent 1936: Once Again – The ILP 1940: The Second World War 1938: Leon Sedov – Son, Friend, Fighter 1940: The “Tanaka Memorial” 1935: Edouard Herriot – Politician of the Golden Mean 1931: The Catalonian Federation’s Platform 1938: The Priests of Half-Truth Leon Trotsky - Leon Trotsky - Exile and assassination: In January 1928 Trotsky and his principal followers were exiled to remote parts of the Soviet Union, Trotsky himself being assigned to Alma-Ata (now Almaty) in Central Asia. 1939: Who Is Guilty of Starting the Second World War? 1939: On the Causes for the Defeat of the Spanish Revolution 1937: Thirst for Power (PDF) 1938: Mexico and British Imperialism 1933: More on the Paris Conference 1932: Perspectives of the Upturn 1931: A Slander! 1907: Preface to My Round Trip 1934: War and the Fourth International Significant work! Not a Workers’ and Not a Bourgeois State? 1930: The Revolution in India – Its TASKS and its DANGERS Our cloud library is the biggest of these that 1939: The Tragedy of Spain 1936: On the Soviet Section of the Fourth International 1937: The Stalin School of Falsification (book)[Click Here for PDF version] Significant work! 1934: A Program of Action for France Significant work! 1933: A Note on Max Eastman 1929: The First Contact with Belgium 1938: Stalin’s Trial as a Terrorist Demanded of League by Trotsky 1918: Soviet Government documents (authored by Trotsky as Soviet Commissar of Foreign Affairs from November of 1917 through March of 1918) 1937: Drive to Aid C.N.T. Impotence Veils Itself with Parliamentary Cretinism, Hitler’s ‘Disarmament’ and Prospects of War, The Party in the Field of Art and Philosophy, It Is Necessary to Build Communist Parties and an International Anew. 1935: Chen Tu-hsiu and the General Council 1937: Moscow-Amsterdam “Unity” – A Diplomatic Maneuver 1938: New War Flows from Versailles Banditry 1927: Hankow and Moscow 1934: Trotsky Answers Indictment – Links G.P.U. 1938: On the National Question 1940: Some Questions on American Problems (draft article) 1937: Trotsky Sees “Jap” Blow-up (interview) 1939: Lenin on Imperialism 1918: The International Will the Allies Throw Away the Last Chance? 1939: Trotsky Gives N.Y. Times Writer a Few Pointers 1933: It Is Necessary to Build Communist Parties and an International Anew (as published in The Militant) Significant work! 1938: Trotsky Reviews Elements of New Trial; Cites Efforts to Gag Him 1920: Nationalism in Lenin 1927: Second Speech on the Chinese Question [book] Significant work! 1936: Notes of a Journalist 1934: On the Kirov Assassination 1933: The Collapse of the C.P.G. 1934: Centrism and the 4th International 1926: Radio, Science, Technique and Society 1931: At the Fresh Grave of Kote Zinzadze 1940: The Reptile Breed of The Nation 1908: Leo Tolstoy, Poet & Rebel (literary criticism/article) Work Description Trotsky is perhaps the most intriguing and, given his prominence, the most understudied of the Soviet revolutionaries. 1935: A Case for a Labor Jury 1922: From the ECCI to the Seine Federation of the French Communist Party (Summer 1922) (extract) 1930: Unifying The Left Opposition 1932: Stalinism in Straits; Opposition on Upsurge 1930: Opposition Serves the Bolshevik Revolution – Danger Draws Closer in U.S.S.R. 1932: The Barbusse Congress 1934: Once More on Centrism 1919: To Comrades Of the Spartacus League Trotsky became involved in … 1925: Lenin [book] 1920: On the Coming Congress of the Comintern 1922: The Economic Boom and the International Labor Movement Work, Discipline, and Order to Save the Socialist Soviet Republic, The Principles of Democracy and Proletarian Dictatorship, To the Spartacus League of Germany and the Communist Party of German Austria, Invitation to the First World Congress [of the Comintern], Manifesto Of the Communist International to the Workers Of the World, Report on the Communist Party Of the Soviet Union and the Red Army, Order Of the Day Number 83 to the Red Army and Navy, En Route: Thoughts on the Progress Of the Proletarian Revolution, French Socialism on the Eve Of Revolution, Order Of The Day Number 83 To The Red Army And Navy, Speech on Comrade Zinoviev’s Report on the Role of the Party, A Letter to a French Syndicalist About the Communist Party, On the Policy of the KADP (Communist Workers Party of Germany), The March Revolutionary Movement in Germany (Personal Notes), Speech Delivered at the Second World Conference of Communist Women, The Red Army to the General Staff Of the Revolution, Theses of the Third World Congress on the International Situation and the Tasks of the Comintern, Speech on the Italian Question at the Third Congress of the Communist International, Speech on Comrade Radek’s Report on “Tactics of the Comintern” a the Third Congress, Speech on Comrade Lenin’s Report: “Tactics of the Russian Communist Party”, Report on “The Balance Sheet” of the Third Congress of the Communist International, From the ECCI to the Central Committee of the French Communist Party, From the ECCI to the Marseilles Convention of the French Communist Party, Speech on Comrade Zinoviev’s Report “The Tactics of the Comintern” at the Eleventh Party Conference, The Red Army to the General Staff of the Revolution, Summary Speech at the Eleventh Party Conference, The Economic Boom and the International Labor Movement, Resolution of the ECCI on the French Communist Party, Bourgeois Public Opinion, Social Democracy and Communism, Letter of the CC of the RCP, to the Session of the Enlarged ECCI, The Communists and the Peasantry in France, French Communism and the Position of Comrade Rappoport, From the ECCI to the Seine Federation of the French Communist Party, From the ECCI to the Paris Convention of the French Communist Party, The Fifth Anniversary of the October Revolution and the Fourth World Congress of the Communist International, Speech in Honour of the Communist International, The New Economic Policy of Soviet Russia and the Perspectives of the World Revolution, The Economic Situation of Soviet Russia from the Standpoint of the Socialist Revolution, Five Years of Russian Revolution and the Prospects of the World Revolution, A Militant Labour Program for the French Communist Party, The Position of the Republic and the Tasks of Young Workers, A Necessary Discussion with Our Syndicalist Comrades, Preface to The Communist Movement in France. 1928: On the Canton Insurrections: Three Letters to Preobrazhensky [letter] 1939: Intellectual Ex-Radicals and World Reaction 1921: Letter to Comrade Monatte 1919: Invitation to the First World Congress [of the Comintern] 1924: Literature and Revolution and the Opposition’s Tasks 1929: A Letter on the Capitulators 1931: The Question of Trade Union Unity 1907: The Soviet and the Revolution 1929: Communism and Syndicalism 1931: Russian-German Trade Relations 1937: A Tragic Lesson 1916: On the Paris Commune 1939: Open Letter to the Workers of India on January 15, 2016, Leon Trotsky - Collected Writings (1929-1940) 14 volumes, leon-trotskii-collected-writings-1929.pdf, leon-trotskii-collected-writings-1930-1931.pdf, leon-trotskii-collected-writings-1930.pdf, 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leon-trotskii-collected-writings-supplement-1929-1933_jp2.zip, leon-trotskii-collected-writings-supplement-1934-1940_jp2.zip, Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014). 1922: Five Years of Russian Revolution and the Prospects of the World Revolution – Supplementary Report (Alternative translation from International Press Correspondence) 1933: Postscript to the Portrait of National Socialism 1938: Trotsky Predicts Stalin Will Now Seek an Understanding with Hitler 1940: The Class, the Party and the Leadership (unfinished draft article) 1931: The Permanent Revolution and the Canton Insurrection 1922: Report on the Communist International Leon Trotsky’s most popular book is History of the Russian Revolution. 1938: Trotsky Defends Asylum in Slashing Reply to Toledano Cablegram from Leon Trotsky Hits Hearst and, On the Soviet Section of the Fourth International, Tell Workers the Truth About Stalin’s Hounding of Revolutionists in the Soviet Union, The Treachery of the Spanish “Labor Party of Marxist Unity”, 20,000 Oppositionists Expelled from the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Recent “Cleansing”, Tasks of The Fourth International In Spain, Statement by Leon Trotsky in Reply to the Charges Made Against Him by the Tass Bureau, An Interview with Leon Trotsky on the Recent Moscow Trial, London Buro Aids Stalin Frame-Ups by Refusal to Join Probe Commission, Drive to Aid C.N.T. 1922: Resolution of the French Commission 1919: En Route: Thoughts on the Progress Of the Proletarian Revolution •Inner click-able Tables of Contents for all individual books with multiple chapters. 1937: Bertram Wolfe on the Moscow Trials 1927: The Chinese Revolution and the Theses of Comrade Stalin 1938: The Transitional Program for Socialist Revolution (Pamphlet – in 3 parts) [Click Here for PDF version] Significant work! 1921: The Red Army to the General Staff Of the Revolution 1935: “Labels” and “Numbers” 1937: Thermidor and Anti-Semitism Significant work! 1931: Stalin and the Chinese Revolution – Facts and Documents Victim 1932: Trotsky Sues for a Literary Forgery (letter) 1917: The July Uprising (article) 1926: Brailsford and Marxism 1938: The Fifth Wheel 1928: The Theses of Comrade Radek 1932: Negotiations with Weisbord Suspended 1939: Trotsky Writes on the War and the Soviet-Nazi Pact 1934: Unser Wort a Weekly – A Real Achievement 1935: How Did Stalin Defeat the Opposition? 1935: Russia and the World Proletariat (essay) The Collected Works Of St John Of The Cross Pdf. 1919: Jean Longuet 1919: Manifesto Of the Communist International to the Workers Of the World (alternative translation – extract) 1931: Maurin and the Anarcho-Syndicalists On Black Nationalism: A collection of discussions with Trotsky 1925: Towards Capitalism or Towards Socialism? 1922: Report on the Fourth World Congress 1933: On the War in China, 1934: On the Jewish Question (June 30, 1923) 1932: In Defense of October (Speech in Copenhagen, Denmark) (as published in The Militant) Significant 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