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This translation is taken from the Marxist Internet Archive.The first time that I was in Copenhagen was at the International Socialist Congress and I took away with me the kindest recollections of your city. Since then, the water in the Ore-Sund and in the fjords has changed over and over again. The war has broke the backbone of the old European continent.

The four years of my stay in Turkey were principally devoted to historical elaboration of the problems of the Russian Revolution.

Perhaps this fact gives me a certain right to hope that I will succeed in part at least in helping not only friends and sympathisers, but also opponents, better to understand many features of the Revolution which before had escaped their attention.

The rivers and seas of Europe have washed down not a little blood.

Mankind and particularly European mankind has gone through severe trials, has become more sombre and more brutal. The world has entered into the period of the great change. Before I pass on to the theme of my lecture, the Revolution, I consider it my duty to express my thanks to the organisers of this meeting, the organisation of social-democratic students. My lecture, it is true, pursues historic scientific and not political lines. But it is impossible to speak of a revolution, out of which the Soviet Republic arose, without taking up a political position.

Human society is an historically-originated collaboration in the struggle for existence and the assurance of the maintenance of the generations.

The character of a society is determined by the character of its economy.In questions of life and death, arguments based on reason have never replaced the arguments of force. As distinguished from the processes of nature, a revolution is made by human beings and through human beings.But in the course of revolution, too, men act under the influence of social conditions which are not freely chosen by them but are handed down from the past and imperatively point out the road which they must follow.On this point the audience will be able to judge only after my lecture.To justify my acceptance of the kind invitation to present a report on the Russian Revolution, permit me to point to the fact that during the thirty-five years of my political life the question of the Russian Revolution has been the practical and theoretical axis of my thought and of my actions.These are the reciprocal relations between the objective and the subjective factors of insurrection and revolution.