100 Lenin VI Works. T. 27. S. 66. 101 Ibid. S. 147. 102 Lenin VI Works. T. 27. S. 214. 103 Ibid. S. 232,104 Very funny story. An ardent monarchist, anti-Semite, one of the founders of the "Black Hundreds" Purishkevich hiding from the Bolsheviks under the name Evreinov (!), Stayed arrested. Interrogated Vladimir Purishkevich personally Dzerzhinsky, and the sentence received by the Soviet authorities for the first attempt at a plot to overthrow her funny - just four years of forced labor. Even short term Purishkevich not served: fair proletarian court let him free after four months. Just for the above-mentioned amnesty. Formulation simply wonderful: "released due to illness son." Is it possible to shoot an ardent monarchist, if he is sick son at home? You can not, if he was involved in the murder of Rasputin. English scout who shot ... Details: N. Starikov. 1917. The answer is "Russian" revolution. M .: Jauza 2008.