Lisa Kirschenbaum. International Communism and the Spanish Civil War. Solidarity and Suspicion.
Nueva York: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
xiii, 278 páginas.
Introduction: Being Communist
International Communists and the Soviet Union, 1930–1936
1 – Learning to Be Bolshevik
2 – Imagining, Seeing, Feeling the Revolution
Being Bolshevik: Making History in Spain, 1936–1939
3 – “All Advanced and Progressive Humanity”
4 – True Bolsheviks and Trotskyite Bastards
5 – Best Comrades, Tough Guys, and Respectable Communists
International Communists and the Memory of the Spanish Civil War, 1939–1953
6 – From “Our War” to the Great Fatherland War
7 – The Early Cold War and the Fate of “Progressive Humanity”
Epilogue: Internationalism and the Spanish Civil War after Stalin