ETHIOPIA AND THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION: 1917-1935

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ETHIOPIA AND THE BOLSHEVIK REVOLUTION: 1917-1935


Aleme Eshete - Istituto Italiano per l'Africa e l'Oriente (IsIAO)
  


The connections between Ethiopia and the Russian Revolution of 1917 are of two types on the one hand fear on the part of the monarchy that its teachings might reach the Ethiopian people  on the other hand,  the warm reception accorded to the White Russian refugees interrupted by waves of suspicion,  arrests,  and expulsions.

 Section:  Sections: Russia and Ethiopia before 1917 - Ethiopians educated in Russia before 1917 - The Bolshevik revolution of 1917 and the Ethiopian reaction - White Russian refugees in Ethiopia: 1917-1935 (the family of Count Tatistcheff Prince Amiradjibi) - Apprehension of Bolshevik activities in Ethiopia - Discovery of a Bolshevik network in Ethiopia: 1929 - Gavriloff's Bolshevik letter, a forgery of Captain Babikhian. Notes, sum. (French, Italian), ann.

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Aleme Eshete - Istituto Italiano per l'Africa e l'Oriente (IsIAO)
 
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