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Presenting Lenin, 1924-1927

Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin, was head of the government of Soviet Russia from November 1917 until his death in January 1924. After his death, Lenin was presented as "the immortal leader" of the proletarian revolution by the Soviet state.

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A set of slides for a talk on the life and work of LeninLink opens in a new window, produced in the early 1930s, have been digitised as part of Henry Sara's lantern lectures.