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Van Heijenoort, Jean.

"Complement a Ma Deposition Du 15 Fevrier 1937" Carbon Copy of Typescript Signed.

Coyoacan, Mexico. February 24, 19 One page, 11 x 8.5, toned, edges and corners folded, one corner missing, couple snags in text, some ink corrections but still good. Carbon copy of typed statement, but fully SIGNED BY VAN HEIJENOORT in ink. Van Heijenoort, Leon Trotsky's secretary, recalls the events following July 24, 1933, when he, Trotsky, Trotsky's wife, Max Shachtman, Sara Weber and a German named Adolphe traveled to Marseilles. Van Heijenoort then traveled to Royan, while Shachtman and Weber went to Paris with Trotsky's library. In the Sixth Session of the Moscow trials, Trotsky recounts how this was all arranged to confuse his adversaries, tricking them into believing he (Trotsky) had gone to Paris. Interesting, historical document, in French. Van Heijenoort was a lover of Frida Kahlo, and was killed by his fourth wife in 1986.


Book Id: 96-9043

Price: $450.00

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