Paul Zinner. Communist Strategy and Tactics in Czechoslovakia, 1918-48.

Biblioteca / 1960-1969

Paul Zinner. Communist Strategy and Tactics in Czechoslovakia, 1918-48.

Nueva York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1963, 260 páginas.

CONTENTS

PART ONE

ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 1918-38

1 – The Political Character of Czechoslovakia

2 – The Origins of the Communist Party

3 – The Bolshevization of the Communist Party

4 – The Party and the Masses

PART TWO

PRELUDE TO POWER: THE WAR YEARS, 1939-45

5 – Communist Strategy at Home and Abroad

PART THREE

THE TECHNIQUE OF POWER SEIZURE: THE NATIONAL AND DEMOCRATIS REVOLUTION, 1945-48

6 – The Setting

7 – The Communist Party: Policy, Composition, and Leadership

8 – The Conquest of Political Institutions

9 – Social Organizations, the Economy, and Mass Communications

10 – The Revolution in the Balance: The General Election and Political Skirmishing

11 – The Coup d’État and its Antecedents

Epilogue

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