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  The Ultimate Communist Party of Yugoslavia Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
The Communist Party of Yugoslavia (after 1952 the League of Communists of Yugoslavia) was the ruling party of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1945 until the 1991.
The growing rift between the branches of the Communist Party and between the republics of Yugoslavia led to the effective dissolution of the Communist League of Yugoslavia at its 14th Congress held in 1991 with rifts between Serbian and Slovenian Communists leading to the breakup of the party into different parties for each republic.
There is also another minor party calling itself the Communist League of Yugoslavia, which organised what it claimed to be the party's 15th and 16th congresses, the latter in 1994 claiming that it continues the tradition of SKJ but they are weak and have lacked the resources to organize a 17th Congress.
www.dogluvers.com /dog_breeds/CPY   (1212 words)

  
 League of Communists of Yugoslavia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The party was founded as an opposition party in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1919.
The growing rift between the branches of the Communist Party and between the republics of Yugoslavia led to the effective dissolution of the Communist League of Yugoslavia at its 14th Congress held in January 1990 with rifts between Serbian and Slovenian Communists leading to the breakup of the party into different parties for each republic.
Communist Party of Croatia formed in 2005 by dissidents from Socialist Labour Party of Croatia adheres Titoism.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Communist_Party_of_Yugoslavia   (2039 words)

  
 Communist party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Communist Party of the United States was considered within the political mainstream during the 1930s and 1940s, but was declared illegal for a time at the advent of the Cold War.
Members of communist parties were persecuted in many countries in the early Cold War period, when anticommunist sentiment was fueled by Western governments as part of their Cold War strategy.
The doctrine of ruling communist parties was typically that all property would belong to the state as the transition to a communist society (see socialism and state capitalism), and that the state would highly regulate all commerce in the country in the meantime.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Communist_party   (1746 words)

  
 New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The symbol of the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia is a five-pointed star in red colour with a sickle and a hammer in gold colour.
The party flags used in real life, however, differ from the description given in the Constitution in an important detail: the hammer and sickle are not gold, but red within a gold border which conjoins them into one single charge, placed beside the star.
The New Communist Party of Yugoslavia has originally used flags similar to those of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia: a red five-pointed star in the canton, fimbriated gold and charged with gold hammer and sickle, with gold letters NKPJ beneath the star, all on red field.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/cs}nkpj.html   (850 words)

  
 The Kosovo Chronicles, by Dusan Batakovic (Part 1a)
The CPY coordinated its program of solutions to the ethnic question in the multi-ethnic Kingdom of Yugoslavia with the general stands of the Third International (Comintern), within the framework of which it acted as a separate section, as its work was prohibited in the country.
Even though the CPY condemned in numerous declarations prior to the war the Greater Serbian policy of the bourgeoisie and called during the war on the ethnic Albanian population to rise together with the colonists and Serbian natives for the creation of a "new, justice society", the response was negligible.
The failure of the Serbian communists in late eighties to comprehend the extent of the international repercussions of the ethnic strife in Yugoslavia, and pretentious in the worst Titoistic manner, incapacitated an active communication of Serbia with the centers of political and economic power in the world.
www.snd-us.com /history/dusan/kc_part1a.htm   (8306 words)

  
 Albania - Albanian-Yugoslav Tensions
Until Yugoslavia's expulsion from the Cominform (see Glossary) in 1948, Albania acted like a Yugoslav satellite and Tito aimed to use his choke hold on the Albanian party to incorporate the entire country into Yugoslavia.
In July 1946, Yugoslavia and Albania signed a treaty of friendship and cooperation that was quickly followed by a series of technical and economic agreements laying the groundwork for integrating the Albanian and Yugoslav economies.
Yugoslavia responded with a propaganda counterattack, canceled its treaty of friendship with Albania, and in 1950 withdrew its diplomatic mission from Tiranë.
countrystudies.us /albania/36.htm   (1072 words)

  
 Communist Parties of the World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
(Strana Demokratickej L'avice, SDL'), formerly the Communist Party of Slovakia (KSS)
(Narodno-Demokratychna Partiya, NDP), Ukraine, one of the successors of the the Communist Party of Ukraine (KPU)
(Sotsialistychna Partiya Ukrainy, SPU), one of the successors of the the Communist Party of Ukraine (KPU)
www.broadleft.org /communis.htm   (1293 words)

  
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According to Bokovoy, most historians of Yugoslavia portray the decision to abandon collectivization as a centralized decision of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia (KPJ) taken in isolation from the peasantry.
Her account begins with the outbreak of warfare in Yugoslavia in April 1941, moves to the January 1949 decision to collectivize, and ends with the Communist Party of Yugoslavia's final abandonment of collectivization in March 1953.
Bokovoy chooses the Croat Communist Party and the Antifascist Council for the National Liberation of Croatia (ZAVNOH) as the "best example" of the wartime evolution of the KPJ policy toward the peasantry.
coursesa.matrix.msu.edu /~fisher/bosnia/readings/Reviews/Nielson1.html   (2641 words)

  
 Where is the Nationalism of Tito’s Group in Yugoslavia Leading To
The Correspondence between the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia and the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks), London, 1948.
Of course in Yugoslavia it is not totally safe to speak openly about the campaign against the USSR and the countries of People’s Democracy as the people of Yugoslavia fully support unity with the countries of People’s Democracy and the USSR.
The persistence of anti-imperialist traditions among the majority in the Communist Party of Yugoslavia is not doubted at all.
revolutionarydemocracy.org /rdv8n2/tito.htm   (2239 words)

  
 Frank Trampus, The Destruction of the Nation of Yugoslavia
The Party was purged of many dedicated communists as many of them were put in prisons for long periods of time for ideological reasons.
After thirteen years not one of these parties has been able to explain to the masses in a critical analyses what led to the revisionist infiltration of the leadership of the Communist Parties after 1953.
I have met with the leaders of the Communists Party of Slovenia (KPS), who are very dedicated Marxist-Leninist and who are working hard to establish good relations with the other Parties of the former republics of Yugoslavia.
www.hartford-hwp.com /archives/62/330.html   (1253 words)

  
 Post-War Yugoslavia
At its Sixth Congress, in November 1952, the party renamed itself the League of Communists of Yugoslavia (LCY) to signal a break with its Stalinist past and a revision of its leading role in the country's political life.
A meeting of party leaders at the north Adriatic island of Brioni that year resolved to strengthen party discipline, amid growing concern that apathy had infected the rank and file since the Sixth Congress.
The Yugoslav and Soviet parties restored relations in 1956, and at the Soviet Communist Party's Twentieth Congress, Khrushchev blasted Stalin for his "shameful role" in the Yugoslav-Soviet estrangement.
www.shsu.edu /~his_ncp/YugoPM.html   (4461 words)

  
 Slobodan Milosevic, Dictator of the Month June 2006
Slobodan Milosevich was President of Serbia and head of the Communist Party of Serbia between 1989-1997 and president of Yugoslavia from 1997-2000.
In 1984 he became the leader of the Belgrade regional division of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia before becoming party secretary in 1989, and finally becoming elected President of Yugoslavia in 1990.
In 1990 in the wake of increasing independence overtures of Slovenia and Croatia, the Communist Party of Yugoslavia dissolved.
www.dictatorofthemonth.com /Milosevic/Jun2006MilosevicEN.htm   (580 words)

  
 Communist Party of Greece - Information Bulletin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Communist Workers'Party of Russia – Party of Communists of Russia (RKRP-RPC)
Party of the Communists of Republic of Moldova
Communist Workers'Party of Russia – Party of Communists of Russia
inter.kke.gr /Printings/ib2005   (332 words)

  
 Links of ComParties
Communist Party in Denmark (Kommunistisk Parti i Danmark (KPiD)
Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Greece (Marxistiko-Leninistiko Kommounistiko Komma Elladas, M-L KKE)
Norges Kommunistiske Parti (NKP) (Communist Party of Norway)
www.komunisti-hrvatske.com /linkovi.htm   (690 words)

  
 Ethan Frome
In any case Yugoslavia will not be conquered, because she protects her freedom, her progress, her independence as well as world civilisation from the insane claims of the "New World Order" and world capital which are transforming the entire world into their colony.
In spite of everything, Yugoslavia is today the most left-wing state in Europe and that is why it has become the target of NATO aggression, which wants to destroy all that remains of socialism in our continent.
Communists have to unmask the lies of NATO propaganda and re-establish the truth.
www.wpb.be /icm/99en/sem_en99/A11YugKitan-EN.htm   (2063 words)

  
 Library of Congress / Federal Research Division / Country Studies / Area Handbook Series / Albania / Glossary
An international organization of communist parties, founded and controlled by the Soviet Union in 1947 and dissolved in 1956.
The Communist Party of Yugoslavia was expelled in June 1948.
A term coined by Nikita Khrushchev at the Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in 1956 to describe the rule of Joseph Stalin, during which the Soviet people were compelled to deify the dictator.
lcweb2.loc.gov /frd/cs/albania/al_glos.html   (2512 words)

  
 Modern History Sourcebook: COMINFORM COMMUNIQUÉ: Resolution of the Information Bureau Concerning the Communist Party ...
In home policy, the leaders of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia are departing from the positions of the working class and are breaking with the Marxist theory of classes and class struggle.
Concerning the leading role of the working class, the leaders of the Yugoslav Communist Party, bv affirming that the peasantry is the 'most stable foundation of the Yugoslav state' are departing from the Marxist-LenI.
Should the present leaders of the Yugoslav Communist Party prove incapable of doing this, their job is to replace them and to advance a new internationalist leadership of the Party.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/mod/1948cominform-yugo1.html   (955 words)

  
 Press Statement
The New Communist Party of Yugoslavia rejects the “agreement” which was signed in Belgrade by the Yugoslav Government, Victor Chernomyrdin and the President of Finland, Marti Antisaari.
In the near future the Party will publish a declaration on the NATO aggression, on plans for destroying Yugoslavia by the United States, on the struggle to expel NATO from the Republic of Serbska and from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
The New Communist Party of Yugoslavia urges all communists, all progressive forces in Yugoslavia and in the world to rise against the aggressive and criminal politics of the “New World Order” headed by the United States, rise in defence of Yugoslavia and the Balkans, help Yugoslavia in expelling the blood-thirsty hordes from Kosovo.
www.agitprop.org.au /stopnato/19990609ncpy.php   (391 words)

  
 Revisionism Yesterday and Today
In the hard struggles, that the progressive forces of world led by Communists are waging against international imperialism, in the first place is the struggle and unmasking of revisionism in the workers and communist movements.
By a direct directive of the CC CPSU under Joseph Stalin, after investigation the revisionist activity in the Communist parties, he was again given a post in the Military Academy in Aeronautics and he graduated in 1957 and got his diploma in rocket launch cosmonautics.
Regarding Yugoslavia, this proclamation by the Khrushchev leadership that the League of Yugoslav Communists was correct was, according to Milichevich… the main cause of the dismemberment of Yugoslavia and the victory of the bourgeois counter-revolution.
www.northstarcompass.org /nsc0108/revisionism.htm   (1540 words)

  
 Macedonia - United Macedonians Organization of Canada
The May Manifesto, resolution of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia on the right of the Macedonian people to self- determination.
The Fourth Nationwide Conference of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia.
The Fifth Nationwide Conference of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia.
www.unitedmacedonians.org /macedonia/chronology.html   (536 words)

  
 SNS - in English - Congressional National Party
He was never a partisan of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia.
Although they were outnumered by the votes of the ruling parties, these parliamentary fractions suggested a great deal of laws, especially concerning human rights, political freedoms, national unity and the return of property which was taken away by the Communist regime.
As national and democratic parties, we are ready to cooperate with all parties, associations and individuals who have the salivation of the people and the country at heart.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/3563/sns_english.html   (1867 words)

  
 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > World -- Stipe Suvar, former head of Yugoslav Communist Party, dies at age 68
Suvar, born in the southern Croat town of Imotski, entered the public spotlight in 1974 when he was appointed Croatia's secretary for education and culture.
At the time, Croatia was a republic within the Yugoslav federation governed by the Communist Party.
In 1990, he gained further political power as Croatia's representative in Yugoslavia's eight-member rotating presidency, in which each member held the top chair for one year.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/world/20040629-0721-obit-suvar.html   (461 words)

  
 Rezultat1 - opis muzeja   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Museum was housed in the Workers' Hall, where the second congress of the Communist party of Yugoslavia was held.
Congress of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia was badly damaged in the war – the roof was ruined and the interior was burned down.
Congress of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia currently works in the Eltz Castle within the Vukovar Minucipal Museum.
www.mdc.hr /RatneStete/eng/rezultat1.asp?m=38-3   (300 words)

  
 The Titoites -- Part 1
The decision of the Albanian communists in the summer of 1941 to establish internationalist relations with the Communist Party of Yugoslavia showed the maturity which the communist movement in Albania had achieved at that time.
It was held on March 17-23, 1943 at Labinot in the vicinity of Elbasan and was the 1st Conference of the Party.
In this respect it is a blatant violation of the law of development of communist parties in general, and the principles on which they are born, created and strengthened in particular.
www.marx2mao.com /Other/TT82i.html   (16303 words)

  
 Aggressors can't be peacekeepers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Statement of Secretariat of New Communist Party of Yugoslavia, 9 June 1999
It is well known that Yugoslavia didn't import any weaponery in last eight years due the blocade.
Occupation of Kosovo and Metohija is step forward in desmembering of Yugoslavia and preparation for aggression on Russia.
www.hartford-hwp.com /archives/62/078.html   (374 words)

  
 Statements of Balkan Parties and SKOJ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Their second goal is the dismemberment of the SR Yugoslavia through support they give to separatist, pro-west elements in Montenegro.
Same thing is being done by our Party, the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ), which called upon their members to join mobilization and to fulfill their patriotic and anti-imperialist duty in that way.
SKOJ thanks all communist, workers', revolutionary, guerilla and anti-imperialist organizations in the world which support SR Yugoslavia by organizing demonstrations and other actions against NATO intervention.
www.northstarcompass.org /nsc9905/yugbalk.htm   (466 words)

  
 Leftist Parties of Yugoslavia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
1982 as Movement for the Albanian Republic of Yugoslavia, led by Emrush Xhemajli
1993 as split from SK-PJ League of Communists of Yugoslavia - Communist Party of Serbia
2003, alliance of RSJ, ESV and Serbian National Socialist Party of Workers, Unemployed, Pensioners and Farmers
www.broadleft.org /yu.htm   (128 words)

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