4 months later in the article 'revolutionary upsurge' (June 1912) he wrote that one of the keys to future success is the close connection between the strike movement of the proletariat and the armed rebellion in the army. But Lenin warned by untrained comprehensively, premature action. In the summer of 1912 in the Baltic Fleet, after all over the country a wave of protests against the shooting of the Lena River, began speaking again. And again, the Bolsheviks Baltic send a representative to Lenin. 'A buzzing in the Baltic Fleet! - Lenin says in a letter to Gorky. - I was in Paris (between us), a special delegate sent by the meeting of sailors and the Social Democrats' (MSS, that is 48, page 84..).