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  Comintern - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Comintern held seven World Congresses, the first in March 1919 and the last in 1935, until it was officially dissolved in May 1943.
A central policy of the Comintern was that Communist parties should be established across the world to aid the international proletarian revolution.
The Comintern was officially dissolved on May 15, 1943, by Stalin.
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 Comintern - Wikipedia
De Comintern (Communistische of Derde Internationale; soms gespeld als Komintern) was een wereldwijd samenwerkingsverband van communistische partijen, onder aanvoering van de Communistische Partij van de Sovjet-Unie (CPSU).
Het centrale punt van het beleid van de Comintern was, dat over de gehele wereld Communistische partijen moesten worden opgericht om de internationale proletarische revolutie te steunen, zowel als het idee van democratisch centralisme, hetgeen sterke controle van de Communistische partij in de kern betekende.
De politiek van de Comintern was niet revisionistisch gericht, maar streefde met alle dienstige middelen naar de oprichting van de werelddictatuur van het proletariaat, met de volledige opheffing van alle klassen.
nl.wikipedia.org /wiki/Comintern   (323 words)

  
 Comintern - The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition - HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
COMINTERN [Comintern] [acronym for Communist International], name given to the Third International, founded at Moscow in 1919.
The Comintern gained strength during the 1920s, but its efforts to foment revolution, notably in Germany, were unsuccessful.
In 1935, the Comintern abandoned the membership policies established under the "Twenty-one Conditions" and began to form coalitions, or popular fronts, with bourgeois parties.
www.highbeam.com /doc/1E1:Cominter/Comintern.html?refid=ip_hf   (253 words)

  
 Comintern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Founded in March 1919 the Comintern would hold seven World the last in 1935 until it was dissolved in 1943.
Central to the policy of Comintern was Communist parties should be established across the to aid the international proletarian revolution and idea of democratic centralism which involved rigid control of the Party from the centre.
The Comintern was dissolved by Stalin on May 15 1943 who wished to reassure his World War II Allies particularly Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Churchill that the USSR was no longer a policy of trying to foment revolution.
www.freeglossary.com /Comintern   (671 words)

  
 22.3. On Receiving a Message from the Comintern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
One was the invitation of the delegates of the KPRA and the 1st Route Army to the conference of commanders of the guerrilla forces in Manchuria to be convened by the Comintern.
The Comintern's slighting of the revolution in Northeast China can be seen clearly from the fact that it brought commanding officers from Manchuria to the Soviet Union to give them training, but it sent most of them to China proper, not back to Northeast China, after their training.
However, the Comintern did not abandon the original plan, and was set on holding the conference of the commanders of all the armed forces in Northeast China to discuss the direction of the development of the anti-Japanese resistance movement in Northeast China and straighten pout the difficult situation facing the Soviet Union.
www.kimsoft.com /war/r-22-3.htm   (5118 words)

  
 Anti-Comintern Pact - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Anti-Comintern Pact was concluded between Nazi Germany and Japan on November 25, 1936.
In 1937, Italy also joined the pact, which was directed against the Communist International (Comintern) in general, and the Soviet Union in particular.
In case of an attack by the Soviet Union against Germany or Japan, the two countries agreed to consult on what measures to take "to safeguard their common interests".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anti-Comintern_Pact   (690 words)

  
 YUL Slavic & East European Microform Collection: Comintern Archives
Founded in March 1919, the Communist International, or Comintern, was a Soviet-sponsored agency to coordinate the revolutionary overthrow of capitalism world-wide.
As with all such underground organizations, the Comintern soon became shrouded by rumor, conjecture and myth.
Historians who sought to study objectively this Soviet-sponsored initiative until recently had a very difficult task, since the Comintern's archives were secreted in the inaccessible repositories of the Central Committee of the USSR in Moscow.
www.library.yale.edu /slavic/microform/comintern.html   (380 words)

  
 The Comintern: discussion, debate, disillusion, dissolution
Really the Comintern was at the centre of marxist discussion during the period of its existence, for mixed reasons, perhaps the best and the worst of reasons.
In 1938, by a resolution of the Comintern, the Polish Communist Party was dissolved, on grounds of being a hotbed of trotskyism.
The result was the Comintern directive turning a non-aggression pact between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany into an accommodation between communism and fascism and allowing french communist deputies to be put on trial for treason.
www.comms.dcu.ie /sheehanh/comintern2.htm   (3645 words)

  
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Accepting that decisions of the Comintern were binding, "the British party gave up its political initiative to the International." As Russian dominance of the Comintern became institutionalized, "blind loyalty" to the socialist fatherland and the party which had created it ensured willing compliance in every change of line.
The Comintern is viewed in Thompson’s text as an episodically intrusive and usually malign influence on the politics of British Communism.
Comintern subsidy had a clear impact in keeping the party in being, and enabling it to live beyond its own means.
www.historycooperative.org /journals/llt/49/06mcilro.html   (9877 words)

  
 Comintern
The aim of the organization was to fight "by all available means, including armed force, for the overthrow of the international bourgeoisie and for the creation of an international Soviet republic as a transition stage to the complete abolition of the State".
Gregory Zinoviev, was elected chairman of the Comintern.
Zinoviev was replaced by Nickolai Bukharin but he was dismissed in 1928 and Stalin, as General Secretary of the Communist Party, became the head of Comintern.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /RUScomintern.htm   (290 words)

  
 Comintern ML
Comintern ML Workers of all countries – unite!
The Comintern (ML) is the international home-center of the Hoxhaist comrades all over the world.
We are the true followers of the old Comintern of Lenin and Stalin and the fighters for the victory of World Bolshevism.
ciml.250x.com   (212 words)

  
 RUSNET :: Encyclopedia :: C :: Comintern
These prerequisites for Comintern membership required all parties to model their structure on disciplined lines in conformity with the Soviet pattern and to expel moderate socialists and pacifists.
The administrative structure of the Comintern resembled that of the Soviet Communist Party: an executive committee acted when congresses were not in session, and a smaller presidium served as chief executive body.
At the Comintern's seventh and last congress in 1935, Soviet national interests dictated a new policy shift: in order to gain the favour of potential allies against Germany, revolutionary ardour was dampened, and the defeat of fascism was declared the primary goal of the Comintern.
www.rusnet.nl /encyclo/c/comintern.shtml   (835 words)

  
 Comintern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Founded in March 1919 the Comintern would hold seven World Congresses, the last in 1935, until it was dissolved in 1943.
The first Chairman of the Comintern's Executive Committee was Grigory Zinoviev from 1919 to 1926 when he was dismissed after falling out with Stalin.
The Comintern was dissolved by Stalin on May 15, 1943 who wished to reassure his World War II Allies, particularly Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, that the USSR was no longer pursuing a policy of trying to foment revolution.
www.wikiverse.org /comintern   (829 words)

  
 7.4. The Man from the Comintern
The Comintern, which was capable of disbanding a party or trying a man for his crimes, seemed as awesome to them as an international supreme court.
The most doubtful aspect of the Comintern strategy and the steps it had taken were its views on, and its manner of dealing with, the Korean revolution as a link in the overall chain of the world revolution.
I greatly regretted the fact that the Comintern was so indifferent to the fate of the peoples of small countries and the national liberation struggles of the communists of small countries.
www.kimsoft.com /war/r-7-4.htm   (7364 words)

  
 CHNN, No 13, Autumn 2002: The Comintern and the Colonies | The Comintern and the Hidden History of Indian Communism
The only difference is that while the leaders of the communist parties defend this toeing of the Comintern line and are proud of their loyalty to it, the liberal bourgeois historians ridicule this loyalty.
From a number of inner-party documents now available in the Comintern archives it is evident that it was extremely difficult for the leadership of the CPI to persuade its ranks to accept the new line, since in their perception the position of the Sixth Congress was still in force.
The silence of the Comintern on the position of the Sixth Congress after the adoption of the Dimitrov thesis led to an absurd situation which implied that the positions of both the Sixth and the Seventh Congress were equally valid and correct.
les1.man.ac.uk /chnn/CHNN13HHI.html   (696 words)

  
 The Comintern and German communism (by L. Proyect)
Ironically, the model that this monstrous Comintern congress adopted was identical to the one that the world Trotskyist movement itself adopted.
All of the Communist Parties were subordinate to the Comintern and members of the parties had to obey all decisions of the Comintern.
The Comintern was transformed by these measures, even though the seeds of the transformation were present at the time of the 21 Conditions.
www.columbia.edu /~lnp3/mydocs/organization/comintern_and_germany.htm   (10373 words)

  
 CHNN, No 13, Autumn 2002: The Comintern and the Colonies | Bolshevizing Communist Parties
The establishment of the Communist International (Comintern) inaugurated a period in which socialism was promoted as a path of development that could be exported and implemented through a general, scientific model.
The Comintern intervened in Algeria far earlier than it did in South Africa, and the impact of its policies was felt much sooner.
Moreover, the Comintern’s increasing emphasis on assisting national liberation struggles was felt first in Algeria, coinciding with the first few years of bolshevization and with an intensification of state repression against communists.
les1.man.ac.uk /chnn/CHNN13BCP.html   (1067 words)

  
 THE COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL (COMINTERN), 1919-1943   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
To a great extent, the establishment of the Comintern was a manifestation of the Russian desire for a final solution to its civil war through world revolution.
A stenographic report of the 3rd Congress of the Comintern was published in German in Hamburg in 1921 and in Russian translation in 1922.
The welcoming speech to the gathering was made by Chairman of the Comintern Grigorii Zinoviev, after which the credentials committee reported that 23 of the 43 members of ECCI were present (all with decisive vote), as were 14 of 27 candidate members (5 serving as substitutes with decisive vote, the other 9 with consultative vote).
marxisthistory.org /subject/usa/eam/comintern.html   (4000 words)

  
 Comintern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It was formed on the initiative of Lenin andthe Russian Communist Party (later the Communist Party of the Soviet Union or CPSU), as the Second International had betrayed socialism by the support of its major sections for the First World War.
Central to the policy of Comintern was that Communist parties should be established across the world to aid the international proletarianrevolution, and the idea of democratic centralism,which involved rigid control of the Communist Party from the centre.
The Comintern was dissolved by Stalin on May15, 1943 who wished to reassure his World War II Allies, particularly Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, that the USSR was no longer pursuing a policy oftrying to foment revolution.
www.therfcc.org /comintern-3798.html   (690 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Comintern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Socialism is a social and economic system (or the political philosophy advocating such a system) in which the economic means of production are owned and controlled collectively by the people.
It was the first official forum of the international communist movement since the dissolution of the Comintern, and confirmed the new realities after World...
The Comintern held seven World Congresses, the first in March 1919 and the last in 1935, until it was "officially" dissolved in 1943.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Comintern   (2394 words)

  
 Comintern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Comintern was established to claim Communist leadership...
The Communist or Third International (Comintern for short) was born during the revolutionary...
Comintern [acronym for Communist International], name given to the Third International, founded at Moscow in 1919.
www.jointctr.org /?Category=Comintern   (740 words)

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