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This paper examines how Soviet anti-Versailles rhetoric was actively used in foreign and internal policy to legitimise Bolshevik power, train party cadres, and mobilise the masses politically. It explains that criticism of the Versailles order was an important feature of Bolshevik postrevolutionary discourse on the Great War. Soviet Russia portrayed the settlement as unjust, unstable, and leading to feverish rearmament amongst the "imperialist" powers.doi:10.26170/vvi19-01-16 fatcat:hv5e3li2ije7pfmarpgxafhd6q