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Traveled to Bolshevik Russia

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A visit, or relocation to, Russia during the period of 1917-22 -- after the Russian Revolution and before the establishment of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

See also Traveled to the USSR.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William C. Bullitt
Diplomat
25-Jan-1891 15-Feb-1967 US Ambassador to the USSR, 1933-36
Marc Chagall
Artist
7-Jul-1887 28-Mar-1985 I and the Village
Isadora Duncan
Dancer
26-May-1877 14-Sep-1927 Mother of modern dance
Max Eastman
Author
12-Jan-1883 25-Mar-1969 Socialist writer, later embraced McCarthyism
Hamilton Fish III
Politician
7-Dec-1888 18-Jan-1991 Congressman from New York, 1920-45
Joseph I. France
Politician
11-Oct-1873 26-Jan-1939 US Senator from Maryland, 1917-23
Emma Goldman
Anarchist
27-Jun-1869 14-May-1940 Anarchist and feminist libertarian
Armand Hammer
Business
21-May-1898 10-Dec-1990 Soviet agent of influence
Big Bill Haywood
Labor Leader
4-Feb-1869 18-May-1928 Industrial Workers of the World
Ho Chi Minh
Activist
19-May-1890 2-Sep-1969 Uncle Ho
John R. Mott
Activist
25-May-1865 31-Jan-1955 Peace activist, Nobel Prize recipient
Enver Pasha
Government
22-Nov-1881 4-Aug-1922 Young Turk leader, persecuted ethnic minorities
Jack Reed
Activist
22-Oct-1887 19-Oct-1920 Ten Days That Shook the World
Elihu Root
Government
15-Feb-1845 7-Feb-1937 Senator, Secretary of War, State
Bertrand Russell
Mathematician
18-May-1872 2-Feb-1970 Mathematician, atheist, and social critic
George Seldes
Journalist
16-Nov-1890 2-Jul-1995 Witness to a Century
Lincoln Steffens
Journalist
6-Apr-1866 9-Aug-1936 Early muckraking journalist


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