RUSSIA: The Little Corporal

The Russian sky is very large and under it some of the queerest things in history have happened. One of them happened last week. Leon Trotzky, ne Bronstein, former War Lord of Russia, arrived in Moscow. His entrance was as quiet as was his exit last January (TIME, Jan. 26). There were no bands, no cheering people, no officials—the Kremlin was cold to his return. At the same time, Grigori Zinoviev, Chairman of the Third (Communist) Internationale, nicknamed "the bomb-boy of Bolshevism," left Moscow for the Caucasus,...

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