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Kostik
Posted on: 27 April 2006, 10:08am

You already have Mao and Stalin. Why don't you add Lenin to them? It would be really nice

The Headmaster
Posted on: 27 April 2006, 10:16am

Lenin's Column, Trafalgar Square, LondonIt would be nice, you're right. In England we truly love Lenin, so much so that we erected the world-famous statue to him in Trafalgar Square. Hang on a tick, I've got a postcard here somewhere... yes, here it is:

The Headmaster
Posted on: 23 May 2006, 1:07pm

Vladimir Ilyich is up. He always stood out as a dapper dresser among the Bolsheviks, with his three piece suit and tie. Though it didn't stop him getting his hands dirty from time to time.

I learnt my history at school from a Mr Walker, who was, I believe, a committed socialist, though he never said as much as it might not have gone down well with the board of governors. It did however mean that our history lessons had a slight inclination to the left - in addition to a number of enjoyable wars (from the Ancient Greeks to Japanese and Americans in the Pacific) we seemed to study an inordinate number of the world's revolutions, and in some detail: The Peasants' Revolt, The American War of Independence, The French Revolution, 1848, The Indian Mutiny, The Russian Revolution and The Chinese Revolution can't all have been on the syllabus can they?

Not that it influenced me at all comrade.

Before someone beats me to it: how about Karl Marx then?

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