80-årsdagen for Krupskajas død / 80 years since the death of Krupskaya
Den russiske revolutionære og bolsjevik Nadezdja Krupskaja, sekretær for og enke efter Lenin, døde i Moskva 27. februar 1939. Hun blev født i Sankt Petersborg 26. februar 1869.
Links on the Russian revolutionary woman and bolshevik, Nadezhda Krupskaya. Lenin’s secretary and wife, died in Moskow February 27, 1939. She was born in Sankt Petersborg February 26, 1869.
- Krupskaja, Nadesjda Konstantinovna (Leksikon.org)
- Nadezdja Krupskaja (Denstoredanske.dk). Kortere biografi.
- Nadesjda Krupskaja (Wikipedia.dk). Med links til bl.a. længere engelsk artikel.
Texter av Nadezjda Krupskaja (Marxistarkiv.se). 2 artikler på svensk.
N.K. Krupskaja: Erindringer om Lenin. Bd. 1 (Mondes Forlag, 1934, 220 s.; ny udgave Tidens Forlag, 1975, 220 s.). Se om denne udgave: Forfalskning. Af Børge Trolle (Minavisen, 16. september 1975, s.4)
- Nadezhda Krupskaya (Wikipedia.org). Longer article in English.
- Nadezhda K. Krupskaya, 1869-1939 (Marxists Internet Archive). Works, incl. audio.
Women on the Left: Nadezhda Krupskaya (Counterfire, March 15, 2012. “Nadezhda Krupskaya has been described as ‘one of the of the most tragic figures in revolutionary history’. Sarah Collins examines her life and work as a Bolshevik activist.”
Nadezhda Krupskaya, a revolutionary fighter, feminist and pioneer of socialist education. By Graham Milner (Links: International Journal of Socialist Renewal, March 7, 2010). “Following the 1917 October Revolution, Krupskaya played an important role in developing public education and cultural life in the Soviet state.”
Krupsjaya’s death. By Leon Trotsky (New International, Vol.5 No.4, April 1939, p.117; online at Marxists Internet Archive). “In addition to being Lenin’s wife which – by the way, was not accidental – Krupskaya was an outstanding personality in her devotion to the cause, her energy and her purity of character.”
- N.K. Krupskaya’s Reminiscences of Lenin (International Publishers, 1970, 553 p.; online at Marxists Internet Archive). Written 1933.