Wall Street And The Bolshevik Revolution

Antony C. Sutton

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Wall Street And The Bolshevik Revolution

Wall Street And The Bolshevik Revolution Why did the American Red Cross Mission to Russia include financiers than medical doctors Rather than caring for the victims of war and revolution its members seemed intent on negotiating contrac

  • Title: Wall Street And The Bolshevik Revolution
  • Author: Antony C. Sutton
  • ISBN: 9780959463125
  • Page: 296
  • Format: None
  • Why did the 1917 American Red Cross Mission to Russia include financiers than medical doctors Rather than caring for the victims of war and revolution, its members seemed intent on negotiating contracts with the Kerensky government, and subsequently the Bolshevik regime In a courageous investigation, Antony Sutton establishes tangible historical links between UWhy did the 1917 American Red Cross Mission to Russia include financiers than medical doctors Rather than caring for the victims of war and revolution, its members seemed intent on negotiating contracts with the Kerensky government, and subsequently the Bolshevik regime In a courageous investigation, Antony Sutton establishes tangible historical links between US capitalists and Russian communists Drawing on State Department files, personal papers of key Wall Street figures, biographies and conventional histories, Sutton reveals the role of Morgan banking executives in funneling illegal Bolshevik gold into the US the co option of the American Red Cross by powerful Wall Street forces the intervention by Wall Street sources to free the Marxist revolutionary Leon Trotsky, whose aim was to topple the Russian government the deals made by major corporations to capture the huge Russian market a decade and a half before the US recognized the Soviet regime and, the secret sponsoring of Communism by leading businessmen, who publicly championed free enterprise Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution traces the foundations of Western funding of the Soviet Union Dispassionately, and with overwhelming documentation, the author details a crucial phase in the establishment of Communist Russia This classic study first published in 1974 and part of a key trilogy is reproduced here in its original form The other volumes in the series include Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler and a study of Franklin D Roosevelt s 1933 Presidential election in the United States.

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    1. Jim McGowan on said:

      Outstanding. Eye opening. Sickening. Easy read. Completely downloadable. Free. The first Soviet Union 5 year plans were written in the United States. The famous industrial architect's daughter of the plan writers actually lived on street I grew up and was a neighbor looking back it figures. Lenin and Trotsky were financed wholly by Rothschild and Rockefeller interests. The United States built the Soviet Union to a very substantial degree. We sold them heavy water and the aluminum tubes necessar [...]

    2. Cwn_annwn_13 on said:

      Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution uncovers and documents the how the richest of the rich wall street bankers and business people funded the bolshevik revolution. Sutton follows the paper trail and shows how people who on the surface would be seemingly at the opposite end of the spectrum covertly funded and promoted communism. Further proof that the left/right divide at the high levels is a total hoax. Sutton deserves more credit than he gets because he actually did much of the research an [...]

    3. Danny on said:

      It's clear, once you read Sutton's "Wall Street" trilogy, that World War II was not something that happened at random. All major parties were well funded and supported by personages that continue to remain well hidden from public view.

    4. Doug on said:

      A valuable study which helps to shatter the false left/right dichotomy too prevalent in academia, journalism, et al. Perhaps it would do best to quote from Sutton's concluding chapter:"The simplest explanation of our evidence is that a syndicate of Wall Street financiers enlarged their monopoly ambitions and broadened horizons on a global scale. The gigantic Russian market was to be converted into a captive market and a technical colony to be exploited by a few high-powered American financiers a [...]

    5. Paul Bustion on said:

      I do not agree with most of what the author said in the book. I don't agree with him that Rockefeller helped finance Bolshevism. However, I do think the Warburgs might have. In "Secret Agent 666" Richard Spence wrote that Aleister Crowley wrote a report to British intelligence stating that Max Warburg and Jacob Schiff were intentionally aiding Lenin and Trotsky. However, this may have been because of their relationship with Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany, who was fighting Russia's Czar Nicholas, and [...]

    6. Colm Gillis on said:

      The past informs the present and this is a highly relevant book in terms of the current Syrian conflict. Sutton presents material which clearly shows the Janus faced nature of the support for Russian factions after the Tsar was toppled. Many connections and networks are drawn and new names are introduced to the reader. Where this book is weak is in the way that the reader is neverly properly engaged, the writing is lacklustre and the very interesting material never gets properly contextualised.

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