Whitechapel - London, England
An unrivalled opportunity to purchase a one month leasehold for the period of Joseph Stalin's tenancy of this one room property, covering the time he spent in London in September 1906 while attending the Bolshevik and Menshevik party conference at the Brotherhood Church, Southgate Road, Whitechapel.
During this period Stalin shared his room with Maxim Litvinov, Stalin's future foreign minister.
Also in attendance at the conference were Kamenev and Zinoviev, who together with Stalin would form the triumvirate that succeeded Lenin; Tomsky, the first head of the trade unions; the writer Maxim Gorky; and Trotsky, a Menshevik at the time.
Fully furnished and carpeted, low upkeep.
Rental income: Three Shillings and Sixpence per week.
Location: Situated in London's East End.
Convenient for Brick Lane market, local synagogues, Spitalfields fruit and vegetable market, the City and omnibuses to the West End.