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The Comintern

A History of International Communism from Lenin to Stalin

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25 October 1996

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This accessible text provides a comprehensive narrative and interpretative account of the entire history of the Communist International, 1919-1943. By incorporating the most recent Western and Soviet research the authors...

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This accessible text provides a comprehensive narrative and interpretative account of the entire history of the Communist International, 1919-1943. By incorporating the most recent Western and Soviet research the authors explain the legendary complexities of Comintern history and chart its degeneration from a revolutionary internationalist organisation into an obedient instrument of Soviet foreign policy. Key themes include: continuities and discontinuities between the Leninist and Stalinist phases, Bolshevisation versus national traditions, and the role of leading individuals in the Comintern apparatus. A selection of documents will elucidate these central themes.

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Comintern in the Era of Lenin, 1919-23
Bolshevising the Comintern, 1924-28
Stalin and the Third Period, 1928-33
Popular Front and Stalinist Terror, 1934-38
Comintern in East Asia, 1919-39
From War to Dissolution, 1939-43
Legacy of the Comintern
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