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AZERBAIJANI AUTHORS / COMMUNISM: مليت و بولشه ويزم. مقاله لر مجموءسى [Milliyet ve bolşevizm. Makaleler mecmuası / Nationalism and Bolshevism. Magazine Articles]

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A scarce work on the Communism was written by an Azerbaijani author Resulzade Mehmet Emin during his exile in Istanbul. Emin was an influential pan-Turkist, pan-Islamist and communist, who saved young Joseph Stalin in Baku in 1905 from being arrested, which later helped him for not being prosecuted later in the Soviet Union.

 

8°. 144 pp., 20th century brown cloth binding with lettering on the cover and spine (light staining, handwritten old price on the inner side of back cover, otherwise in a good condition).

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Mammad Amin Rasulzade (1884-1955) was an Azerbaijani statesmen, author and a public figure. He was a founder and a member of several influential pan-Islamic and pan-Turkist groups, a communist and the head of the Azerbaijani national council. According to the legend he saved young Joseph Stalin from being arrested in 1905 in Baku.

From 1922, Mammad Amin Rasulzade, lived in exile due to his radical believes, which were not well received by the Soviet Union.

Rasulzade’s expression “The flag once raised will never fall!” became the motto of the independence movement in Azerbaijan in the 20th century. The Baku State University was named after Mammad Amin Rasulzade and his portrait was featured on the Azerbaijani 1000 manat banknote between 1993-2006.

We could find four institutional copies on Worldcat (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Boğaziçi University Library, Princeton University Library).

References: OCLC 237811646 & 32884461.

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