Lenin In London.. (1963)
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AnnotationStreets and places in London related to Lenin, revolutionary and social and political movement of the XIX century and up to the February revolution of 1917.
Temporary descriptionKingdom. London. The streets, buildings, areas of the city, including places associated with the stay in London, VI Lenin. Districts of East End, Finsbury. Holford Square. One of the cafe. The building of Parliament. The meeting in Hyde Park. The house in which he lived Karl Marx. The building of the British Museum. Library of the British Museum. Tower. Big Ben. A bridge across the Thames. Bank building in the City. Highgate Cemetery. The grave of Karl Marx. Bust of Lenin on one of the streets of London.
Neighborhood of London.
Prim Rose Hill.
Country road, benches in the meadow.
Multrabota-pattern: VI Lenin and NK Krupskaya.
Newsreel of the early twentieth century.:
Traffic on the streets.
London: streets, buildings, and transportation.
Work area: the houses are lined underwear.
Holford Square, in a working class neighborhood Finsbury.
Ad in the newspaper that the VI Lenin and his wife would like to take lessons in English in exchange for lessons in Russian - MS., CU.
COMMERCIAL Street Road, PNRM. at home, where the Russian library Teplova.
Sidmauz Street, the house in which was placed at the beginning of the century commune "Iskra-ists."
Picture: VI Lenin during a dispute "Iskra-ists", VI Lenin wrote to the table.
Undergo a run, read the newspaper.
The newspaper of the century with the list of speakers speakers, among them the name of V. Lenin.
Picture: VI Lenin speaks at a May Day meeting working in Alexander Park.
PNRM. in the park.
The traditional changing of the guard at the Royal Palace.
In Hyde Park are the speakers.
Along the street are bank clerks in old-fashioned costumes.
The house where Karl Marx advocated.
Picture: VI Lenin edits "spark."
The British Museum, the ladder, a reading room.
Lenin's letter asking him to issue a library card - MS.
Picture: Lenin in the reading room.
Royal Tower of London.
City, the Bank of England.
Signs banks - CU.
Charlot Street: building a workers' club, which held a session II-Party Congress.
House Percy-serks where Lenin lived in 1905.
Square, which opened in 1907, V-th Party Congress.
Picture: Lenin spoke.
Figure: delegates II-Party Congress at the grave of Karl Marx, Lenin stands.
London - different.
Memorial plaque on the presence of V. Lenin in London - CU.
A bust of Lenin - MS.