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Leonid Nikolaevich Stark (Russian: Леонид Николаевич Старк; pseudonyms: Afghani, L. Manucharov, P. Ryabovsky,1889 – November, 1937) was a Russian Bolshevik revolutionary, Soviet diplomat and editor.

Leonid Stark was born in to the family of Nikolay Nikolaevich Stark, an officer in the Imperial Russian Army. Involved in the revolutionary movement from a young age, he joined the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party in 1905 while being a student at the Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology.

Stark was arrested multiple times by the Tsarist authorities and was exiled. Initially settling in Vienna, he then traveled to Capri where he lived with Maxim Gorky who published his poetry.

In 1914 he returned to Russia and worked in the Petrograd Committee of the RSDLP (b). After the February Revolution, he edited the Bolshevik newspaper Volna in Helsingfors, which was distributed among the sailors of the Baltic Fleet and enjoyed great popularity among sailors. He showed journalistic and organizational skills, which then gave rise to the appointment of him as a commissioner of a news agency.

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