First published in Hungarian
Published according to
From V. I. Lenin, Collected Works, 4th English Edition,
Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1965
Vol. 29, p. 226.
Translated from the Russian
Edited by George Hanna
This is Lenin. Sincere greetings to the proletarian government of the Hungarian Soviet Republic, and especially to Comrade Béla Kun. I conveyed your greetings to the Congress of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks). They were received with tremendous enthusiasm. We shall send you the decisions of the Moscow Congress of the Third Communist International, as well as a report on the military situation, as soon as possible. It is absolutely necessary to maintain constant radio communication between Budapest and Moscow. Accept my communist greetings and hearty handshake, Lenin.
Béla Kun -- Hungarian Communist; one of the organisers and leaders of Soviet power in Hungary in 1919.
 Béla Kun -- Hungarian Communist; one of the organisers and leaders of Soviet power in Hungary in 1919. [p. 226]