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Trotsky's son Leon Sedov lived in Paris, where, in 1936, there was a branch of the IISH on the Rue Michelet. He arranged for the transfer of parts of his father's archive to the Institute. Only four... [Item of the Day]
The IISH had existed a scant three years when, on July 2, 1938, a celebrity visited the reading room. Luise Kautsky and her husband Karl had been forced to settle in Amsterdam in March 1938, as they... [Item of the Day]