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Mikhail Grigoryevich Tskhakaya (1865 – 1950), a.k.a. Barsov, was a Georgian communist. Barsov was a senior leader in the Bolshevik movement in Georgia, having been active in revolutionary politics since 1880. When the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party was founded, he joined it. In 1907, after a series of arrests and deportations, he went into exile in Switzerland. He returned to Russia in 1917, alongside Lenin. From that point onwards, he was an influential leader of the Georgian Communist Party.[1]

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  1. ^ Minutes of Second Congress of the Communist International

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