Helmut Gruber, ed. International Communism in the Era of Lenin.

Biblioteca / 1960-1969

Helmut Gruber, ed. International Communism in the Era of Lenin: A Documentary History.

Greenwich: Fawcett, 1967. 500 páginas.

CONTENTS

PART ONE

FORMATIVE YEARS: DEFINITION AND ORGANIZATION OF LEFT-WING SOCIALDEMOCRACY

I – PARTY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

II – ZIMMERWALD AND KIENTHAL CONFERENCES

III – CREATION OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL

Interpretation: Merle Fainsod, International Socialism and the World War

Further reading

PART TWO

1919—WORLD REVOLUTION ON THE HORIZON: BERLIN, BUDAPEST, MUNICH, VIENNA

I – SPARTACUS IN BERLIN

II – BELA KUN’S 133 DAYS

III – THE BAVARIAN SOVIET REPUBLIC

IV – VIENNA: WINDOW TO THE WEST?

V – VOICES OF ORTHODOXY—CRITICS AND JEREMIAHS

Interpretation: Alfred D. Low, “The First Austrian Republic and Soviet Hungary”

Further reading

PART THREE

ORIGIN OF BOLSHEVIK HEGEMONY: ITALIAN SPLIT AND GERMAN OFFENSIVE

I – THE TWENTY-ONE CONDICTIONS AND COMMUNIST DISCIPLINE: THE ITALIAN EXAMPLE

II – THE GERMAN MARCH ACTION

III – VOICES OF ORTHODOXY—CRITICS AND JEREMIAHS

Interpretation: Donald W. Urquidi, The Origins of the Italian Communist Party, 1918-1921

Interpretation: Helmut Gruber, “Paul Levi and the Comintern”

Further reading

PART FOUR

1923 — END OF WORLD REVOLUTION: BULGARIAN JUNE AND GERMAN OCTOBER

I – BULGARIANS SPURN THE UNITED FRONT

II – A SECOND RED OCTOBER?

Interpretation: Joseph Rothschild, The Communist Party of Bulgaria: Origins and Development 1883-1936

Interpretation: Jane Degras, “United Front Tactics in the Comintern 1921-1928”

Further reading

Selected General Bibliography

Chronology

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