Social democracy and the Wars of Intervention

Author: Leon Trotsky

ISBN: 978-1-898231-15-8

Written by Leon Trotsky in 1922 to expose the counter-revolutionary role of Social Democracy during the war to defend the first workers' state against imperialism and capitalist restoration. This book is also known under the title 'Between Red and White' in Georgia. The Mensheviks in Georgia were responsible for the murder of hundreds of Communists and workers, while their co-thinkers in Germany, Noske, Scheidermann and Ebert headed a state which murdered the founders of the German Communist Party, Karl Liebnecht and Rosa Luxemburg.