New Book Claims To Have Proof Of Lenin’s Death By Syphilis

October 22, 2009

(ChattahBox) – A new book claims to have found the evidence to support the Pavlov’s Dog’s theory, that Vladamir Lenin died of syphilis, contracted by a Parisian prostitute,rather than a stroke.

It has been a popular opinion for some time, stemming from the allegation made by Professor Ivan Pavlov who believed that the “revolution was made by a madman with syphilis of the brain.”

Helen Rappaport, historian and author of the new book Conspirator: Lenin in Exile, went through documents that spoke of personal conversations between Professor Pavlov, Dr. Mikhail Zernov, and several other key scientists and doctors who had been called in to examine Lenin’s body and brain.

Syphilis was the widely recognized diagnosis, though it was never officially stated, as the former Soviet Union covered it carefully.

“Pavlov knew the eminent scientists who had been called in to examine Lenin’s brain after his death in 1924 and they all concurred in this diagnosis. It was an open secret among them, but of course none stated it publicly and there are no official Soviet records documenting it.”

It was only Pavlov’s immunity, granted to him by Lenin himself, that gave him the freedom to speak of it more publicly, though the allegations have long since been denied.

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