Susan Reed

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He (Lenin) applied in 1902 when he was first living in London as an exile to get a reader's ticket. He applied under the pseudonym 'Jacob Richter' because he wanted to keep under the radar of the Tsarist secret police and in indeed of the nascent British secret services, which were monitoring Russian political exiles at the time. He said he was studying 'the land question.feedback
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Apr 29 2017 London
Susan Reed has most recently been quoted in an article called Paper trail of 1917 Russian Revolution on display in London. Susan Reed said, “He (Lenin) applied in 1902 when he was first living in London as an exile to get a reader's ticket. He applied under the pseudonym 'Jacob Richter' because he wanted to keep under the radar of the Tsarist secret police and in indeed of the nascent British secret services, which were monitoring Russian political exiles at the time. He said he was studying 'the land question.”.
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