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  Communist Party of the Soviet Union - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Consequently, the history of the USSR and the CPSU are deeply intertwined and overlapping.
Therefore, it is useful for those interested in the history of the CPSU to also consult the History of Russia series of articles.
In Lithuania, the CPSU was officially banned in 1991.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Communist_Party_of_the_Soviet_Union   (1412 words)

 The Communist Party of the Soviet Union Soviet Union Russian Russian...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Consquently, the history of the USSR and the CPSU are deeply intertwined and overlapping.
Therefore, it is useful for those interested in the history of the CPSU to also consult the History of Russia History of Russia series of articles.
At the 17th CPSU Party Congress CPSU Party Congress (February 1934 1934) Sergei Kirov Sergei Kirov only received three negative votes in the election to the Politburo Politburo showing himself to be the most popular Soviet leader while Stalin received 267 negative votes ranking him the least popular.
www.biodatabase.de /CPSU   (4586 words)

 7 required courses at Moscow University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
A thorough study of the history of the C.P.S.U., political economy, Marxist-Leninist philosophy, and the foundations of scientific Communism ensure the preparation of specialists, able from correct methodological positions to appraise and deal with concrete facts in science and life.
The struggle of the CPSU for the achievement of a developed socialist society and gradual transition to Communism.
Director of the chair of history of the CPSU in the Humanties Departments -- V. Lavrin, professor.
www.cyberussr.com /rus/mgu-core-e.html   (766 words)

 CPSU SPSF Group Victorian Branch (All)
The following posts do not represent the views of the CPSU, or policy positions of the CPSU and should be read in terms of their intention which is to allow members to freely debate and discuss issues.
This sort of information helps to keep the history alive and impresses the importance and need for the union,to maintain gains for workers that have been hard fought for.
CPSU reserves the right to delete, modify or edit all comments made in this section.
www.cpsuvic.com /index.php?textview=A+History+of+the+CPSU   (2087 words)

 History of the Antifascist Struggle and of fascism.
The History of the CPSU (b) Short Course describes this political juncture: "The German fascists inaugurated their home policy by setting fire to the Reichstag, brutally suppressing the working class, destroying its organisations, and abolishing the bourgeois-democratic liberties.
The CPSU, whose central organs were usurped by the Khrushchev clique, was turned from a communist party into a party of bourgeois restoration at its 22nd Congress, indeed, into a social-imperialist party.
The revisionists, shamelessly exploiting the prestige earned by the CPSU during the era of revolution and anti-fascist victory under the leadership of Lenin and Stalin, promoted their opportunist and revisionist brethren abroad - the detachment of the bourgeoisie within the ranks of the proletarian movement.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/1131/history.html   (13687 words)

 [India Thinkers Net]Joe,Sukla on floods,nukes etc - India Thinkers Net Archives at Zinester   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The volume under review is the first of a series that the "History Commission" plans to bring out and covers the well-trodden ground of its formative years, especially the period from 1920 to 1933.
The "dialectical" understanding of history, Communists tell us, accords centrality to the idea of "contradiction" and from this emerge, they say, their "weapons of criticism and self-criticism".
To name just one: this is elite history at its worst—a history that moves between congresses, conferences and resolutions, with no sense of any movement and ferment anywhere on the ground.
archives.zinester.com /76029/58402.html   (1705 words)

 The Murder of S.M. Kirov
This view was contested by western writers and in the CPSU by Khrushchev's 'Secret Speech' at the Twentieth Congress.
In December 1955 the Presidium of the CC CPSU entrusted P.N. Pospelov who was the Secretary of the CC to investigate the repression of the 1930s.
Lots of material started pouring into the CC of the CPSU and the Party Control Committee regarding various aspects of Kirov's murder after Comrade Khrushchev's Report, 'On the Personality Cult and Its Consequences' was read at closed door meetings.
revolutionarydemocracy.org /rdv2n1/kirov.htm   (5145 words)

 Modern History Sourcebook: Chinese Communist Party: The Leaders of the CPSU are the Greates Splitters of Our Times, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The leaders of the CPSU have themselves undermined the basis of the unity of the international communist movement and created the present grave danger of a split by betraying Marxism-Leninism and proletarian internationalism and pushing their revisionist and divisive line.
The leaders of the CPSU have openly called for the overthrow of the Party and government leaders of Albania, brashly severed all economic and diplomatic relations with her and tyrannically deprived her of her legitimate rights as a member of the Warsaw Treaty Organization and the Council of Economic Mutual Assistance.
The leaders of the CPSU are bent on seeking Soviet-U.S. co-operation for the domination of the world, they regard U.S. imperialism, the most ferocious enciny of the people of the world, as their most reliable friend, and they treat the fraternal Parties and countries adhering to Marxism-Leninism as their enemy.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/mod/1964CCP-onCPSU.html   (1533 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
It was founded by decision of the Russian Government in July 1992 on the basis of the library of the former Institute for the Theory and History of Socialism at the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (previously the Institute of Marxism-Leninism at the CC CPSU).
It is based on principles of geography (eg the history of Great Britain, Germany, France etc) and discipline (philosophy, political economy, sociology, history of law, history of social ideas, history of international relations and foreign policy).
Similarly, the vast card catalogues on the First International, the Paris Commune, the documents of, and literature on, the history of the CPSU and the Comintern, the communist world movement and the activity of socialist and social-democratic parties are of immense value.
www.gopb.ru /library/about.htm   (700 words)

 Political Science in Lithuania: Years of the Breakthrough   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Along highly ideological departments on History of the CPSU and Scientific Communism, the University has had few other departments in social sciences as Department of Philosophy, Department of History of Philosophy, Laboratory of Sociological Research as well as Faculty of History.
Firstly, departments of History of the CPSU and Scientific Communism were merged and renamed into departments of Social Sciences in 1989.
A formal requirement to pass an exam in history of the CPSU and Scientific Communism during graduation of University was abolished.
vingis.sc-uni.ktu.lt /polsci/lpolsci.htm   (5774 words)

 UdSSR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The history of the USSR is closely interwoven with the history of the CPSU (Communist Party of the Soviet Union).
In addition, agriculture is chronically ill and unable to ensure the food supply of the population (requirement for extensive grain imports).
By 1960 the leadership of the CPSU has hardened into a gerontocracy (rule of old persons).
www.willy-brandt.org /english/biographie/udssr.html   (469 words)

 How long did it last -- National Organization for Women at UH
Once the Third International or Comintern was formed in 1919, the Marxist-Leninist structure of the CPSU was copied by the other Comintern members resulting in Communist parties being formed around the world.
For most of the history of Soviet Russia and the Soviet Union, the Communist Party was virtually indistinguishable from the government.
Stripped of its leading role in society the party lost its authority to lead the nation or the cohesion that kept the party united.
www.voy.com /51664/27.html   (1917 words)

 The left and denial of Stalin's mass murders
Anyone who could read any of the representative books of memoirs of the gulag survivors, or the sombre material now available from the archives, without some degree of disturbance, has to be lacking in human sympathy.
I lived through the 1950s and the 1960s, during which time many old Communists in Australia became acquainted with the real history of Stalin's crimes, and the emotional response of many of them was palpable.
The issue in these historical matters is not simply Trotsky versus Stalin, it's the real history of the 20th century versus Stalin holocaust revisionism.
members.optusnet.com.au /spainter/Stalindenial.html   (1165 words)

 Community & Public Sector Union - State Public Services Federation: About us - History: A Short History of the CPSU ...
A Short History of the CPSU SPSF Group
The CPSU came into existence on 1 July, 1994 as a result of the amalgamation of the Public Sector, Professional, Scientific, Research, Technical, Communication, Aviation and Broadcasting Union ("PSU") with the State Public Services Federation ("SPSF").
The Associated Bodies have a very long history, extending in most cases from the 19th century.
www.cpsu-spsf.asn.au /about_us_history   (275 words)

 Against bureaucratic centralism
It is difficult to imagine a worse slander on the history of Bolshevism It is true that in March 1921 factions were banned by a special resolution on the Tenth Party Congress.
This is, after all, the lesson of that happened to the Bolshevik Party, the most democratic party in the history of the world working class, which degenerated under unfavourable historical conditions.
On the political plane, the miners’ strike, which at times approached a level of struggle and consciousness unparalleled in recent history, had the effect of temporarily disguising the effects of the boom in British society.
www.marxist.com /against-bureaucratic-centralism.htm   (10902 words)

 International Review of Social History 1, 1956-47, 2002
Program for Research in the History of the CPSU, in: International Review of Social History 1, 1956, p.
J.E.S. Solidarity: The Social History of an Idea in Nineteenth Century France, in: International Review of Social History 4, 1959, p.
New Documents on the History of the IISH during German Occupation Rule from 1940 to 1944, in: International Review of Social History 34 (Supplement), 1989, p.
www.phil.uni-erlangen.de /~p1ges/zfhm/irsh.html   (15184 words)

 Index to RJ's Library: Social Sciences etc
History of the CPSU(B), attributed to Stalin; FLPH 1943.
The Revision of European History; Desmond Fennell, Athol 2003.
When Histories Collide (posthumous; ed R Crotty jr), Altamira 2001.
www.iol.ie /~rjtechne/library/polecon.htm   (1227 words)

 Alibris: Browse Books by ISBN
0565694473: History of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley, Ohio
0565774469: History versus anti-history : a critique of the bourgeois falsification of the postwar history of the CPSU
0565684400: The history of Wyoming from the earliest known discoveries.
www.alibris.com /books/isbns/7800   (997 words)

 The Guardian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
During this war more than 5,319,00 people were put forward as candidates for admission to the Party (History of the CPSU, GIPL, Moscow 1960 p.576, Russian edition), a figure which is, in my opinion equally reliable.
After the war, in particular in the years 1945-1952, the ranks of the party had grown in a particularly rapid fashion, to the extent of at least 700,000 per year on the average.
It follows that for the beginning of the 19th Congress of the Party [1952], not less than 4,900,000 communists were enrolled in the course of seven post war years [see The CPSU in its resolutions 7th Edition part III p 553].
www.cpa.org.au /garchve04/1191cpsu.html   (667 words)

 The evil one man wrote - General - www.theage.com.au
Warwick McFadyen looks at the history of the book 80 years after it was written.
Steven Welch, senior lecturer in Modern German History at the University of Melbourne, believes most Germans would not have read it.
Richard Evans, the professor of Modern History at Cambridge University whose latest book is The Coming of the Third Reich, says that Germans had to be seen with the book on their shelves, so millions of copies were sold.
www.theage.com.au /articles/2004/07/14/1089694415552.html?oneclick=true   (2112 words)

 Communist Party of the Soviet Union - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site
:For other usage of the initials CPSU see CPSU (disambiguation).
In 1919 a Politburo was created initially with five members, to run the party on a day to day basis.
Through the 1920s Party Congresses were held almost every year.
www.factbug.org /cgi-bin/a.cgi?a=7271   (1213 words)

 [No title]
The CPC point out that far from providing an objective account of Stalin's role both in its positive and negative aspects, which would genuinely have been a useful tool of education to Marxists, the CPSU is prepared only to denigrate Stalin in the crudest possible manner and to elevate Khruschov to preposterous proportions.
The examples given indicate that the critical Chinese description of the CPSU leaderships methodology can be accepted.
C.P.S.U., History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union/Bolsheviks, Foreign languages Publishing House, Moscow, 1939.
freespace.virgin.net /pep.talk/Chinese1.htm   (5010 words)

 Was Chairman Mao a Marxist-Leninist?
For the first time in history Mao developed the theory and strategy of the national-democratic revolution in a large oppressed Third World country, as a preparatory step leading to socialist revolution, and he led the Chinese revolution, through great difficulties until the establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat.
After Khrushchev took over in the USSR, Mao Ze Dong led the struggle against modern revisionism and through the development of the cultural revolution enriched the theory of the continuation of the class struggle under the dictatorship of the proletariat.
For the first time in history Mao developed the theory and strategy of the national-democratic revolution in a large oppressed Third World country, as a preparatory step leading to socialist revolution.
www.hartford-hwp.com /archives/55/122.html   (7992 words)

 Find in a Library: Contemporary history in the Soviet mirror; [papers]
Subjects: History -- Study and teaching -- Soviet Union.
To find this item in a library, enter a postal code, state, province, or country in the field above.
WorldCat is provided by OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. on behalf of its member libraries.
www.worldcatlibraries.org /wcpa/ow/5741f6b9563ea919.html   (71 words)

 The Tasks of Party Propaganda
A large number of party members had participated in the political education evenings, in the circles to study the "History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (B)," and in the courses at party schools.
The members of the county office do not systematically study "The History of the CPSU (B)," and excuse themselves by saying they have no time.
A party member who participated in last year's circle to study the "History of the CPSU (B)" but did not understand it entirely could be encouraged to work through it again in the "Short Course."
www.calvin.edu /academic/cas/gpa/sedprop.htm   (4363 words)

 Propaganda Deep Background: Bibliography
The history of propaganda in the Soviet Union is intimately tied to the history of the Communist party of that country.
The best overview can be found in a superior general history of Soviet and post-Soviet affairs that takes into account the most recent western scholarship is Ronald G. Suny, The Soviet Experiment: Russia, The USSR and The Successor States.
For many years the standard history of the CPSU was, Leonard B. Schapiro, The Communist Party of the Soviet Union (New York: Random House, 1971) revelations coming out of the Kremlin archives have dated this book, but many still base their understanding on its pillars.
www.pbs.org /redfiles/prop/deep/prop_deep_biblio.htm   (1077 words)

These outbursts easily lead to Narodnik tactics of assassination and individual terrorism against the state – the tactics of ‘heroes’ as opposed to the tactics of the organised masses.
The History of the CPSU(B) gives an important analysis of the tactics and class basis of the Narodniks:
This false theory maintained that it is only outstanding individuals who make history, while the masses, the people, the class, the ‘mob’, as the Narodnik writers contemptuously called them, are incapable of conscious, organised activity and can only blindly follow the ‘heroes’.
www.lalkar.org /issues/contents/sep2001/gen.htm   (2692 words)

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