War on War: Lenin, the Zimmerwald Left, and the Origins of Communist Internationalism

War on War: Lenin, the Zimmerwald Left, and the Origins of Communist Internationalism

R. Craig Nation


The First global conflict represented a sad crossroads for the foreign Left. The urgent selection of the hour—whether to collaborate with or to withstand imperialist war—was replied overwhelmingly with the previous selection through nearly each significant social gathering of the second one foreign. this is the tale of these who selected the second one highway; a highway that, the writer argues, renewed socialism after the cataclysm of war.

R. Craig Nation has been a professor of technique and director of Eurasian stories on the US military struggle collage in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, given that 1996. he's a consultant in warfare and peace studies.

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