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In 1921 Togliatti, who had been a Socialist, was one of the founders of the Communist party of Italy.
Togliatti remained in exile for 18 years, most of that time living and working in Moscow; he also directed the activities of the Third (Communist) International in the Spanish civil war between 1936 and 1939.
Under the leadership of Togliatti, however, which lasted until his death, the Communist was the second largest political party of Italy.
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 Enrico Berlinguer
In Salermo his father introduced him to Palmiro Togliatti[?], the most important leader of the Communist Party and a schoolfellow of Don Mario.
At the end of 1944, Togliatti appointed Berlinguer to the national secretariat of the Communist Organisation for Youth; he was soon sent to Milan, and in 1945 he was appointed to the Central Committee as a member.
All the work of Berlinguer, nevertheless, even if supported by a notably correct communist local administration of some regions (as said), wasn't able to bring PCI into the government and the last idea of the leader, the democratic alternative, is yet to be translated into something of clear today.
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 Appendices - Togliatti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Togliatti is situated in the center of the Western Russia on the banks of the Volga river opposite the Zhiguli Mountains.
Togliatti is the center of the Stavropol region.
Togliatti is known for its professionalism and wide range of achievements in sport activities.
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 Biography of Palmiro Togliatti.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Palmiro Togliatti was one of the most influential leaders of Italian Communism (second only to Antonio Gramsci).
In April 1944, armed with this interpretation of fascism, Togliatti made a critical move--a radical change in the PCI had not occurred since its formation in 1921 (Spotts and Wieser, 1986) --known as the svolta di Salerno.
Togliatti wrote the Yalta Memorandum for a meeting he was to have with Khrushchev.
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 Togliatti, Russia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Togliatti or Tolyatti (Russian: Толья́тти) is a city in Samara Oblast, Russia.
In the 1950s, it fell into the flooding zone of the Kuybyshev dam on the Volga River and was completely rebuilt on a new site.
In 1964, the city was renamed Togliatti (after Palmiro Togliatti, Italian communist leader).
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 Togliatti: Loyal Servant of Stalin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
PALMIRO TOGLIATTI died in 1964 but is still the subject of heated controversy in a way that British figures of a comparable era, such as Hugh Gaitskell or Nye Bevan, are not.
Togliatti was not, except perhaps for a few years at the beginning of his career under the influence of Gramsci and Bordiga, a genuine revolutionary.
Togliatti, accepting defeat, therefore immediately modified the February document "On the Immediate Tasks of the Italian Communists" by hand, deleting the demand for the King's abdication and inserting one for Communist participation in Badoglio's government.
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 Palmiro Togliatti --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Born into a middle-class family, Togliatti received an education in law at Turin University, served as an officer and was wounded in World War I, and became a tutor at Turin.
On July 14, 1948, Togliatti was seriously wounded by a young fascist, and workers rose on strike throughout Italy in protest.
Yet Togliatti stuck to his “Italian road to socialism” in preference to violent revolution, rejecting the Stalinist concept of an internationally directed movement in favour of a democratically oriented and national one.
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 AutoVAZ - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
AutoVAZ is a Russian automobile manufacturer based in the town of Togliatti, 600 miles east of Moscow.
The resulting factory is one of the biggest in the world, has over 90 miles of production lines and is unique in that most of the components for the cars are made in-house.
The factory and the town which supports it were named after the Italian Communist leader Palmiro Togliatti, the man who had made the deal possible.
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 Togliatti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Palmiro Togliatti was born in Genoa, Italy, in 1893, and died in 1964.
According to Togliatti, fascism should not be reduced merely to another form of capitalist reaction.
Togliatti understood that the fascist movement was a mass movement.
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 Palmiro Togliatti Biography / Biography of Palmiro Togliatti Biography
The Italian statesman Palmiro Togliatti (1893-1964) was one of the principal founders of the Italian Communist Party.
Born in Genoa on March 26, 1893, the son of a modest state employee who was highly religious, Palmiro Togliatti was named "Palmiro" after the Palm Sunday that was his birthday.
As a student Togliatti experienced a wide variety of ideologies and intellectual currents, ranging from Marxism to neo-Hegelianism and syndicalism.
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 Biography of Palmiro Togliatti | Life of Palmiro Togliatti
Under his leadership the party became the largest Communist Party in the West and a major factor in Italian politics after World War II.Born in Genoa on March 26, 1893, the son of a modest state employee who was highly religious, Palmiro Togliatti was named "Palmiro" after the Palm Sunday that was his birthday.
These policies, summarized by the term "polycentrism," were adopted by his successors.In August 1964 Togliatti made a last trip to the U.S.S.R., where he was planning to discuss recent developments in the Socialist camp.
Associated Organizations Further Reading Sources on Togliatti in English are scarce, although some of his major writings have been translated: Palmiro Togliatti, Lectures on Fascism (1976), The Spanish Revolution (1936), The Fight for Peace (1935), Inside Italy (1942), and On Gramsci and Other Writings, edited by Donald Sassoon (1979).
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 AllRefer.com - Palmiro Togliatti (Italian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Palmiro Togliatti[pAlmE´rO tOlyAt´tE] Pronunciation Key, 1893–1964, Italian Communist leader.
As a leading anti-Fascist, Togliatti held cabinet posts in coalition governments in 1944–45, but later led the Communist opposition.
A liberal Communist, he advocated greater independence of national Communist parties from Russian control, a doctrine he called "polycentrism." Although he followed a moderate line, he never openly broke with Moscow or disagreed radically on basic policy issues.
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 Al-Ahram Weekly | Opinion | 'Historical compromise' resuscitated?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Shortly before his death in 1964, Italian communist leader Palmiro Togliatti issued a document that has since come to be known as his political testament.
In one of the most famous passages of the document, the self-avowed atheist wrote that, as a politician, he was primarily concerned "not with what happens in the heavens but with the consciousness of people on earth.
This would be a sort of 'historical compromise'; along the lines that Berlinguer, Togliatti's successor at the head of the Italian Communist Party, advocated as a means of neutralising a problem of global dimensions, that of the incompatibility of religious and secular thinking.
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 Palmiro Togliatti: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Palmiro Togliatti (March 26, 1893 - August 21, 1964) was an Italian (Italian: A native or inhabitant of Italy) communist (communist: A socialist who advocates communism) leader.
He began his political life in the Italian Socialist Party (Italian Socialist Party: the italian socialist party (partito socialista italiano, psi) was a social democratic...
The Russia (Russia: A federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state) n city of Stavropol, where Togliatti had been instrumental in establishing the AutoVAZ (AutoVAZ: avtovaz () is a russian automobile...
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 Berlinguer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Predating the PCI's new direction was Palmiro Togliatti's own aspirations for the party and his influence on Berlinguer, who was considered by some to be Togliatti's protégé (Online, 1998).
That is, in 1956, Togliatti requested that the PCI support the Soviet Union's "armed intervention in Hungary," despite the fact that there was little enthusiasm for such an act within the party (Blackmer and Tarrow, 1975, p.
Enrico Berlinguer's lasting contribution to the PCI is known as the Historic Compromise (Compromesso Storico), a term coined by him in one of several articles written on the violent coup d'etat in Chile which ousted the Allende government.
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 cars - Italian Communist Party
In 1926 it's left wing led by Bordiga was finally defeated and replaced by a new leadership around Gramsci at a conference in Lyons which issued a set of thess expressing the programmatic basis of the party at that point.
However Gramsci soon found himself jailed by Mussolini's repression and the leadership passed to Palmiro Togliatti.
Togliatti would lead the party until it emerged from illegality in 1944 and relaunched itself as the Italian Communist Party.
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 Togliatti, Palmiro on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
TOGLIATTI, PALMIRO [Togliatti, Palmiro], 1893-1964, Italian Communist leader.
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 Palmiro Togliatti -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Born in Genoa, Togliatti began his political life in the Italian Socialist Party prior to the First World War.
After the war he was a part of the group around Antonio Gramsci's "L'Ordine Nuovo" (New Order) paper in Turin.
The Russian city of Stavropol-on-Volga, where Togliatti had been instrumental in establishing the AutoVAZ (Lada) automobile manufacturing plant in collaboration with Fiat, was renamed Tolyatti in his honor in 1964, after his death.
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 Det Kongelige Bibliotek - Gert Sørensen: Gramsci og "den moderne verden" - Noter til kapitel I 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Den synes først at indfinde sig i 60erne, da Togliattis udgave af Gramsci og ofte også Gramsci selv begyndte at miste sit hegemoni internt i venstrekulturen.
Togliatti sad i en af den grundlovgivende forsamlings underkommissioner og redigerede artiklerne om menneskets rettigheder sammen med bl.a.
Togliatti vendte ti år senere tilbage til temaet Giolitti, da DC begyndte at åbne over for PSI, jf.
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Renato Guttuso's painting: "Togliatti's Funeral," showing the illustrious personalities of Italy's Left mythically disposed at the 1964 funeral of the Secretary of the Italian Communist Party.
Togliatti was a member of the Constituent Assembly, and held ministerial positions in three ministries until 1948.
He guided the party along an "Italian way to socialism," and as editor of "Rinascita" was an active participant in the major cultural debates of the period.
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 Wolf Entertainment Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
A daughter of the late Joseph P. Kennedy, John Kennedy's father, meets the son of one-time Italian Communist Party leader Palmiro Togliatti.
They meet in limbo, physically represented as an old house, and in discussing their respective lives we get a perspective on what it was like to be the offspring of two such opposite individuals, and of course, there is historical perspective as well.
Togliatti's son is Aldo, and John Wojda plays him speaking a heavily-accented English, at times almost to the point at which it sounds funny.
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 Palmiro TOGLIATTI : astrology, horoscope, planets, Map of the Heavens, Interactive Chart
Just click on the Dynamic Natal Chart of Palmiro TOGLIATTI with the positions of planets, astrological houses, and the list of the aspects with orbs in degrees and minutes.
Only 6 diagrams out of 11 are displayed, and precision of these computations is of course not of the same level than those for the case of the known time of the event.
Texts are not translated, so if you wish to read interpretations associated with theses computations, you need to go to the full astrological Portrait of Palmiro TOGLIATTI and to use this Automatic Free Website Translator.
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 Togliatti, Palmiro
In exile 1926–44, he returned after the fall of the Fascist dictator Mussolini to become a member of Badoglio's government and held office until 1946.
Togliatti trained as a lawyer, served in the army, and was wounded during World War I. He was associated with the revolutionary wing of the Italian Socialist Party that left to form the Communist Party in 1921.
He edited the newspaper Il Comunista 1922–24 and became a member of the party's central committee.
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 E. Ercoli [Palmiro Togliatti] 'The Social Basis of Fascismin Italy', 1926
Ercoli [Palmiro Togliatti] 'The Social Basis of Fascismin Italy', 1926
Ercoli [Palmiro Togliatti] ‘The Social Basis of Fascism in Italy’ The Communist International 21, 1926, London pp.
The bankruptcy of the old ruling classes at the same time confronted it with another definite aim: that of realising a new unity of the bourgeois forces, and, at their head, to enforce a programme of defence, and preservation of the threatened capitalist order.
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 Palmiro Togliatti
He lived abroad and was a member of the Comintern that organized the communists fighting in the Spanish Civil War.
Togliatti returned to Italy after it surrendered to the Allies and joined the government formed by Invanoe Bonomi.
Palmiro Togliatti remained the head of the Italian Communist Party until his death in 1964.
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