| PIERRE BROUE|
Revolutionary History Series
Issue editor: Chris Gray
Pierre Broué (1926-2005) is famous for his grand histories, for: The Revolution and The Civil War In Spain (with co-author E. Temime, 1970) for his History of the Communist International (Fayard, 2003) and for his monumental study The German Revolution (Haymarket & Merlin Press, 2006) as well as a number of exceedingly scholarly edited collections of other works. Trotsky's Oeuvres which he edited is regarded as both more scholarly and deeper than its English equivalent.
This book brings together essays by Broué hitherto unavailable in English, throwing light on the role of the opposition to Stalin within Russia and on the development the Fourth International up to 1945.
A biographical sketch of Pierre Broué, by Vincent Presumey paints a substantial, frank and illuminating portrait of an original historian and political analyst.
Published Autumn 2007
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