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Fall of Eagles


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Charles Kay , Patrick Stewart
Lynn Farleigh , Michael Kitchen Paul Eddington , Bruce Purchase in Absolute Beginners by TREVOR GRIFFITHS
At the 1903 Social Democratic Congress in Brussels and London Lenin prepares -the ground for the Bolshevik revolution of 1917. ' The Party is to be built like a fist ... in revolutionary language, success of the revolution is the supreme law.'
Book (same title), 95p, from bookshops


Unknown: Charles Kay
Unknown: Patrick Stewart
Unknown: Lynn Farleigh
Unknown: Michael Kitchen
Unknown: Paul Eddington
Unknown: Bruce Purchase
Unknown: Trevor Griffiths
Designer: Alan Anson
Producer: Stuart Burge
Director: Gareth Davies
Von Plehve: Bruce Purchase
Nicholas: Charles Kay
Lenin: Patrick Stewart
: Krupskaya Lynnfarleigh
Martov: Edward Wilson
Zasulich: Mary Wimbush
Trotsky: Michael Kitchen
Bauman: Peter Weston
Plekhanov: Paul Eddington
Alexandrova: Svandis Jons
Lieber: David Freeman
Tupuridze: Julian Fox
Krasikov: Robert O'Mahoney
Martynov: Raymond Witch
Narrator: Michael Hordern

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