Coup d’État: The Technique of Revolution

 

COUP D’ÉTAT: THE TECHNIQUE OF REVOLUTION

by

Curzio Malaparte

 

Translated by Sylvia Saunders

 

New York

E. P. Dutton

1932

 

 

CONTENTS

 

Preface

Chapter One: The Bolshevik’s Coup d’État and Trotsky’s Tactics

Chapter Two: A Coup d’État That Failed: Trotsky vs. Stalin

Chapter Three: 1920—Poland’s Experience: Order Reigns in Warsaw

Chapter Four: Kapp or Mars vs. Marx

Chapter Five: Bonaparte—or the First Modern Coup d’État

Chapter Six: Primo de Rivera and Pilsudski: A Courtier and a Socialist General

Chapter Seven: Mussolini

Chapter Eight: A Would-Be Dictator: Hitler

Epilogue

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