Letter to Lev Kamenev, After April 26, 1913
|Written||26 April 1913|
Published: First published in 1964 in Collected Works, Fifth (Russian) Ed., Vol. 48. Sent from Cracow to Paris. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1977, Moscow, Volume 43, pages 341b-342a.
Dear L. B.,
I am sending a cheque. Once it’s repayable, it can’t be helped, no matter how badly off we are. Arrange the lectures immediately, old chap, on your way down here. I got back from Leipzig today: 64 marks is money, after all! Several cities will make it much more.
Today I shall send you the Duma materials. The deputies (6) have got to be helped to write their speeches. Definitely. Sit down to it yourself (the Duma is opening 24.IV, O.S., you must hurry) and put Alexinsky on the job. A good excuse for you—write him pneu , as to a Pravda contributor, and arrange to meet. It is desirable (but not obligatory) that the speeches be sent via Cracow.
I am sending the subjects.
See to this as quickly and energetically as possible. Get in touch with Alexinsky....
A thousand greetings,
- On April 13 (26), 1913, Lenin lectured in Leipzig on the subject of “Social Revival in Russia and the Tasks of the Social-Democrats”.
- By pneumatic post.—Ed.