(December 1932) After a brief visit to Denmark, Trotsky returns to Turkey, where he was exiled by Stalin in 1929. He publishes a review of a book by an American engineer who had interviewed Stalin. He writes the major resolution for an international conference of the Left Opposition. He intervenes in a crisis of the German Left Opposition. (January 1933) His daughter commits suicide in Berlin. He analyzes a speech by Stalin. Hitler comes to power. (March 1933) He publishes an article hailing the Left Opposition's international conference in Paris. He writes a pamphlet warning of dangers to the Soviet economy. He discusses the banking crisis that hits the U.S. as Roosevelt is inaugrated president. He calls for the creation of a new revolutionary party in Germany. He predicts the next fascist bid for power will take place in Austria. (April 1933) He writes a declaration to a European congress against fascism. He explores the problem of historical objectivity. He answers his German comrades' objections to his call for a new German party. He discusses a crisis in the American Left Opposition. He writes a pamphlet on "The Degeneration of Theory and the Degeneration of Degeneration." (May 1933) He explains why a right-wing coup succeeded in Austria. He mobilizes support for Soviet political prisoners. (June 1933) In a pamphlet on Nazi foreign policy he exposes the strategy behind Hitler's "pacifist" mask. He gives an interview to the young Belgian novelist Georges Simenon. He tells the New York World Telegram why the U.S. government should recognize and trade with the Soviet Union. He answers an American letter about Marxist policy in the field of art and philosophy. (July 1933) He explains why the Japanese invasion of China must end in disaster. He argues for new propaganda tactics in a Europe threatened by fascism. He urges the Left Opposition to recognize that the Communist International is finished as a revolutionary force and that a new Marxist International must be built. He receives a visa allowing him to move to France and writes a farewell to Turkey.