Naum Mikhailovich Lenzner (Russian: Наум Михайлович Ленцнер) born in 1902 at Vitim-Kirensk, Irkutsk province, was an editor and journalist.
He graduated 4th-class in Realschule. In May 1918 joined the Communist Party, was secretary of the party organization of the RCP (b) in Bodaybo. And then rose to a member of the Irkutsk Regional Committee and Provincial Committee of the RCP (b), the Secretary of the Far Eastern Bureau RKSM. He was a delegate to the Tenth Congress of the RCP (b). In 1923 - 1925 he studied at the Institute of Red Professors, the following six years worked in the ECCI.
He was the private secretary of Trotsky. One of the editors and the author comments on the third volume of the Complete Works of L. Trotsky. See Stalin's speech Leninism or Troskyism
From April to June 1932 Lenzner was approved as editor of 'Work', adding to the list of editors who changed at lightning speed. In June he became deputy director of mass propaganda department of the CC CP (B) B.
In April 1933, fate landed him in Senno (Belarus) the position of Party Secretary's KP (b) B, and within a year and three months - in the seat of editor-in-chief of the newspaper "Zvezda", where he served until January 1935. In the same year he went to Dnipropetrovsk, he was appointed deputy head of the regional land management.
But on April 1, 1936 Naum Mikhailovich was arrested on charges of involvement in the "counter-revolutionary Trotskyite terrorist organization." October 2, 1936 the Military Collegium of the USSR Supreme Court sentenced to death. The verdict led to the execution on the same day in Moscow. On June 6, 1956 Lenzner was rehabilitated.
Articles in 'Under the banner of marxism' (1923-1925)
Second and third international, 1924, Young Guard
La Question Chinoise, La Correspondance Internationale, June 29, 1927
That last newspaper is the famous 'Inprecor' or Inprekorr'. Does anyone know how to find more (like an index) about this journal (I already checked wiki, doesn't say much).