BORIS SHUMYATSKY: IN THE SERVICE OF THE WORLD REVOLUTION
Ivanov A., Kuznetsov S. I.
This article is devoted to B. Z. Shumyatsky, son of an ordinary worker from the city of Verkhneudinsk (nowadays – Ulan-Ude), to the Bolshevik who had worked in various cities of Siberia as a party organizer and a head of working circles before the revolution of 1917, then in October, 1917 was elected the chairman of the Central Executive Committee of the Soviets of Siberia, and in December of that year headed the armed struggle against soldiers and cadets faithful to the oath in Irkutsk. In the 1920s Shumyatsky did a lot for the expansion of the Russian revolution to China, Mongolia, Korea, Japan, being among the organizers of the Communist movement in these countries.