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  Encyclopedia: Bulgarian Communist Party
Communist parties in Europe The history of Bulgaria began in the 7th century AD with the arrival of the Bulgars in the Balkans.
Its authority was particularly evident in relations with the Communist parties in Eastern Europe and with the smaller parties of Western Europe and the western hemisphere.
The party's secretary-general from 1930 until 1964, Maurice Thorez, was briefly (1946-47) vice-premier of France; the party was led by Georges Marchais (1920-97) from 1972 to 1993.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Bulgarian-Communist-Party   (2069 words)

  
 Bulgaria. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Most of the population belongs to the Bulgarian Orthodox Church; in 1953 the Bulgarian patriarchate, which had been disbanded in 1946, was reestablished.
In 1994, the Socialist party (formerly the Communists) and its allies won a parliamentary majority at the polls, and Zhan Videnov, a Socialist, became premier early in 1995.
In the parlimentary elections of 2001, the National Movement for Simeon II, a party sponsored by the former king, captured 43% of the vote and half the seats, and Simeon became premier.
www.bartleby.com /65/bu/Bulgaria.html   (1925 words)

  
 Communist Party Statistics Sources
The Italian Communist party was established in 1921 by a radical group of the Italian Socialist party.
The Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) is descended from the Communist Labor party and the Communist party, both founded in 1919.
The party's membership was decimated in the 1950s by the investigations of Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy and by revelations about the despotic rule of Joseph Stalin in the USSR; by the 1980s, membership in the CPUSA had fallen to a few thousand.
www.adherents.com /largecom/communist_parties.html   (3823 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Georgi Dimitrov (Bulgarian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
A revolutionary from boyhood, he was a leader in the 1923 Communist uprising against Alexander Tsankov.
In 1933 he was arrested in Berlin for alleged complicity in setting the Reichstag on fire.
In 1944 he returned to Bulgaria to head the Communist party there, and in 1946 he succeeded Kimon Georgiev as premier.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/D/DimitrovG.html   (265 words)

  
 The Daily Bleed's Anarchist Timeline / Time Line   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Communist Party, seeking to help restore the capitalist state & its national army in its bid for a piece of the power pie, condemned this revolt as a "soulèvement fasciste", whereas the insurrectionists claimed only bread & freedom.
Italian anarchist, married to Camillo Berneri (murdered by the Communists in Spain), mother of Marie Louise Berneri, Giliana Berneri (all anarchists).
Founder of the Parti Pacifiste Internationaliste, president of the Libre Pensée of the north coast.
recollectionbooks.com /bleed/AnarchistTimeline4.htm   (12577 words)

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