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I focus in particular on the Russo-German socialist Alexander Parvus (1867-1924), whom the ruling Young Turks regarded as an expert on economy and revolution and who, perhaps unintentionally, provided an intellectual foundation for the appropriation of leftist concepts by the Right.
Hans-Lukas Kieser deals with another figure, Alexander Parvus, whose life was a tightrope walk among different empires and states.
On the opposite side of the political spectrum stood the Russian-Jewish emigre in Istanbul, Alexander Parvus (1867-1924).