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  Document 21
A member of the CP of Rumania (CPR) from 1921, a member of the VKP from 1924.
Born in 1897, a member of the CPG from 1920, and of the VKP from 1930.
Born in 1897, a member of the CP of Czechoslovakia (CPCz) from 1921, and of the VKP from 1928.
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 Comintern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Comintern is the commonly given name for the Third International.
Central to the policy of Comintern was that Communist Parties should be established across the world to aid the international Proletarian Revolution, and the idea of democratic centralism, which involved rigid control of the Communist Party from the centre.
Whilst Comintern was supposedly an international organisation it was in effect controlled from the Soviet Union.
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 Comintern - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The Comintern held seven World Congresses, the first in March 1919 and the last in 1935, until it was dissolved in 1943.
A central policy of the Comintern was that Communist parties should be established across the world to aid the international proletarian revolution.
For a party to join the Comintern, it had to accept the Twenty-one Conditions, which were intended to delimit revolutionary communists from the reformist and centrist forces which sought to join the Comintern in the wake of the success of the Russian revolution.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Comintern   (1565 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Left communism
In practice, this meant top-down bureaucratic structures in which the members were controlled by a leadership approved of by the Comintern's International Executive Committee.
This led the members of the KAPD to reject working in the traditional trade unions in favour of forming their own revolutionary unions.
Meanwhile the former members of the French Fraction who sympathised with Vercesi and the Internationalist Communist party formed a new French Fraction, which published the journal L'Etincelle and was joined at the end of 1945 by the old minority of the Fraction who had joined L'Union Communiste in the 1930's.
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 Comintern
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.
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 The Communist International
Indeed, the structure of the Comintern was modelled on that of the russian party, not because of any sinister design to ensure russian domination, but simply because the russian party was the only one to have carried out a successful proletarian revolution.
On top of this, various parties were in open conflict with the leadership of the Comintern, and directives condemning the "right wing" leadership of the polish patty, the "right deviations" of the british party, and the "ultra-leftism" of the italian party constantly emanated from Moscow.
One member of the british party, F. Baldwin, disturbed by the ECCI declaration, requested that the party's own executive committee instruct its delegates to the next world congress to question the propriety of this decision.
www.comms.dcu.ie /sheehanh/comintern1.htm   (3320 words)

  
 Library of Congress / Federal Research Division / Country Studies / Area Handbook Series/ Soviet Union / Glossary
Members in 1989 were Bulgaria, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), Hungary, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, the Soviet Union, and Vietnam.
Members were expected to be politically conscious, vigilant, and loyal to the communist cause.
Members of successor security organizations continued to be referred to as "Chekisty" in the late 1980s.
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 Station Information - Comintern
Comintern (COMmunist INTERNational) is the commonly given name for the Third International.
This failure of the Second International Social-Democrats prompted the Bolsheviks to adopt the name Communist in place of Social-Democrat, and to convoke the Third International.
Whilst Comintern was supposedly an international organisation, it was effectively controlled by the Soviet Union.
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 List of Trotskyist internationals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of the many Trotskyist international tendencies.
Some claim to be the original Fourth International or to be refounding, reorganising it and so forth.
The various tendencies listed here range in size from those having thousands of adherents internationally to tendencies which can barely claim a hundred.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Trotskyist_internationals   (261 words)

  
 Comintern
In March 1919 leading members of the Communist Party in Russia founded the Communist International (later known as Comintern).
The Comintern was established to claim Communist leadership...
The Communist or Third International (Comintern for short) was born during the revolutionary...
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 List of left communist internationals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of the various left communist international tendencies.
See also: List of left-wing internationals, List of Trotskyist internationals, List of members of the Comintern
This page was last modified 03:37, 31 May 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_left_communist_internationals   (73 words)

  
 TKP / Türkiye Birleşik Komünist Partisi Archives
The number of TKP members who were arrested or sentenced to prison on the basis of the Articles 141 and 142 of the Turkish Penal Code, amounted to thousands.
List of members of the TBKP and subscription lists of members, chiefly in Germany and Switzerland.
List of the speeches by Ismail Bilen to the TKP'nin Sesi.
www.iisg.nl /archives/en/files/t/10771610full.php   (3477 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: List of Trotskyist internationals
Trotskyism is the theory of Marxism as advocated by Leon Trotsky.
This is a list of socialist, communist, and anarchist internationals.
The Comintern had, at the first Congress, voting delegates from the following groups: Communist Party of Armenia Central Bureaus Azerbaijani Section Communist Party of Bulgaria Socialist Workers Party of China Communist Party of Czechoslovakia Communist Party of German Austria Communist Party of Finland Communist Party of France Zimmerwald Left...
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 List of Trotskyist internationals
This is a list of the various Trotkyist Internationals.
See also: List of left-wing internationals, Leon Trotsky, List of Communist Parties, List of members of the Comintern, List of left communist internationals
List of socialist internationals and List of Trotskyist parties and their internationals
www.guajara.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/l/li/list_of_trotskyist_internationals.html   (191 words)

  
 List of Communist Parties - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are, at present, a number of communist parties active in various countries across the world, and a number who used to be active.
Some Communist parties have names such as Socialist Party, Socialist Workers Party, Workers' Party, etc. The parties on this list are mostly those that were aligned with either Moscow or Beijing during the Cold War and their offshoots.
See also: World Communist Movement, List of left-wing internationals, List of Trotskyist internationals, List of members of the Comintern, List of left communist internationals, List of political parties
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Communist_Parties   (1011 words)

  
 Lying for the truth: Münzenberg & the Comintern by Stephen Koch
The Comintern was in many ways the quintessential Leninist institution, shaped from its inception by the two leading passions of Lenin’s political personality: his obsession with secrecy, and his preoccupation with absolute power.
Around 1925, the Comintern entrusted Münzenberg and his propaganda machine with a little-known but large role in giving shape and political function to the Communist Party of the United States as it was to be under Stalin.
She reports an exchange with the Comintern agent who was her group leader, Rosa Baron, “a dry, fanatical little woman who wore thick-lensed spectacles over her accusing eyes, a born whiphand, who talked an almost impenetrable jargon of party dogma.
www.newcriterion.com /archive/12/nov93/koch.htm   (11668 words)

  
 Bethesda Internationals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
List of Trotskyist internationals 34: me Trotskyist groups which do not call themselves internationals : 61: bers of the Comintern, List of left communist internationals 64: trotskyi.htm List of Trotskyist parties and their internationals ]
List of left communist internationals 1: nist international''' tendencies.
List of left-wing internationals 1: f socialist, communist, and anarchist internationals.
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Heading into the new whatever and also into another era of The Comintern means a lot to me. I never ever would have expected to surpass ninety-one issues back when we started.
He didn't appreciate their top 100 biographies special that featured the most important people of the millennium, so he has rewritten the top 10.
I think he was mostly pissed off because Leonardo Da Vinci wasn't high enough on their list, but I will leave that for you to decide.
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 Blacklist: A different look at the 1947 HUAC hearings   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
a list of persons who are under suspicion, disfavor, or censure, or who are not to be hired, served, or otherwise accepted.
Director Edward Dmytryk one of the Ten, said later, “I was so happy with the support of the CFA and others, but when (screenwriter) John Howard Lawson began haranguing the committee members, I died.
In his autobiography “Inside Out: A Memoir of the Blacklist”, Walter Bernstein, contributing writer for The New Yorker, and former screenwriter, claimed that while he was working at Columbia Pictures, he and Director Robert Rossen, would set out deliberately to include some leftist point of view in a particular scene.
www.moderntimes.com /palace/blacklist.htm   (1571 words)

  
 Reply to LeBlanc on his comments on my review (by L. Proyect)
The "Bulletin in Defense of Marxism" is a magazine published by former members of the Socialist Workers Party who were expelled in the early 1980s for their opposition to the party's turn against Trotskyism.
One of the best known members of this group is Paul LeBlanc, who co-authored "Trotskyism in the United States" with Alan Wald.
His understanding of "Marxism-Leninism" was shaped by the misconceptions of the early Comintern.
www.columbia.edu /~lnp3/mydocs/american_left/reply_to_leblanc.htm   (925 words)

  
 OD Board - Jewish Spies [long list]
Jack Soble; head of a U.S. spy ring which included Boris Morros; members of the ring were indicted/arrested in 1957.
Charles Kramer; staff member of the Kilgore committee headed by U.S. Sen. Harley Kilgore; a speechwriter for Henry Wallace.
Bernard Schuster; good friend of Julius Rosenberg; member of the American Communist party; was Earl Browder's liaison to the KGB.
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 Comintern   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
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)

  
 The First Five Years of the Communist International, Volume 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Comintern is confident that the Paris Convention will put an end to vacillations and create a genuine Communist Party worthy of leading the heroic proletariat of France.
It adhered to the Comintern at the Tours Convention in 1920, but the heritage of the old Socialist Party, the heritage of extensive parliamentary culture, of French republican conditions, of the tradition of the Great French Revolution—all this cannot be shaken off easily.
And when the Comintern demanded that these two fields be closely interlinked, the Communist Ernest Lafont, a lawyer, a deputy and a party member, declared: “This is a silly demand.
www.marxists.org /archive/trotsky/works/1924/ffyci-2/18.htm   (10316 words)

  
 FindLaw for Legal Professionals - Case Law, Federal and State Resources, Forms, and Code
All of the heads of the Comintern who were identified in the record were leading members of the Communist party of the Soviet Union.
Nowell, based on personal experience as a member of respondent and personal contact with the Comintern, as well as what he was instructed while attending the Lenin School in Moscow in 1932, stated that the decisions of the Comintern were binding on respondent.
Respondent ceased open affiliation with the Comintern to avoid identification as a foreign representative in the United States and the Comintern as an open organization was dissolved in 1943 for Soviet tactical reasons.
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 Read about List of Communist Parties at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research List of Communist Parties and learn about ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Some Communist parties have names such as Socialist Party, Socialist Workers Party, Workers' Party, etc. The parties on this list are mostly those that were aligned with either
List of political parties to browse parties by country
List of political parties by ideology to browse parties by name
encyclopedia.worldvillage.com /s/b/List_of_Communist_parties   (287 words)

  
 Comintern biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The communists of the Fourth International believed that the Third International had become thoroughly bureaucratised and Stalinized, and was no longer capable of regenerating itself into a proper revolutionary organization.
However, when the Soviet Union itself was invaded in 1941, the Comintern switched its position to one of active support for the Allies.
The Comintern was officially dissolved on May 15 1943, by Stalin, 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.
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In return they do not get a paycheque but instead go out and provide for themselves whether that means drinking the dew from flower petals or devouring one of their sick or injured comrades.
The only negative thing about ant life is that the product of their labour benefits the queen ant, and we all know that females were created by Jesus Christ to be treated as second class citizens, not matriarchs, and ESPECIALLY not equals.
Here's the short list of criteria, though, for all of you who want to know if you are superior or inferior.
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 COMINTERN - OneLook Dictionary Search
Comintern : The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language [home, info]
Comintern : Columbia Encyclopedia, Six Edition [home, info]
Phrases that include COMINTERN: anti comintern pact, list of members of the comintern
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 Comintern - Definition up Erdmond.Com
The Socialist Youth International (represented by Comrade Munzenburg) Whilst the Comintern was supposedly an international organisation, it was effectively controlled by the Russian Communist Party.
To expel all members who voted against any of the 21 conditions 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 in the western democracies.
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