Telegram to Joseph Stalin and Alexander Shliapnikov, June 11, 1918
|Written||11 June 1918|
Source: Lenin Collected Works, 4th English Edition, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1972, Volume 27, page 447
Tsaritsyn To People’s Commissars Stalin and Shlyapnikov[edit source]
I have received Stalin’s third telegram and note. We are taking all measures. Tsyurupa says money will be sent tomorrow without fail, and orders have been given for the goods to be loaded today. Send through trains with a triple guard. Arrest saboteurs and hooligans and send them here.
Chairman of the Council of People’s Commissars