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Drachkovitch, Milorad M.
Comintern; historical highlights, essays, recollections, documents.
New York, Published for the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif., by F.A. Praeger 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Milorad M Drachkovitch; Branko M Lazić
|Description:||xv, 430 pages 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Essays. The Comintern's claim to Marxist legitimacy / Stefan T. Possony --
A party of a new type / Bertram D. Wolfe --
Two instruments of control by the Comintern : the emissaries of the ECCI and the party representatives in Moscow / Branko Lazitch --
The emergence of a new Comintern policy for China : 1928 / Richard C. Thornton --
The German communists' united-front and popular-front ventures / Babette Gross --
Stalin's massacre of the foreign communist leaders / Branko Lazitch --
Comments on the massacre / Boris Souvarine --
The Comintern and the insurrectional activity of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia in 1941-1942 / Milorad M. Drachkovitch --
Recollections. Stalin and the "rebellion" of Tasca and Humbert-Droz / Henri Barbé --
The Moscow origin of the French "popular front" / Célie and Albert Vassart --
The founding of the Cominform / Eugenio Reale --
Documents. Paul Levi and Moscow. Report of Comrade Levi to the Executive Committee of the Third International on the Italian Party Congress, Berlin, January 20, 1921 ; A controversy between Radek and Levi behind closed doors --
Interference by the Comintern in the affairs of the French Communist Party (1921-1923). Minutes from a secret meeting between some representtatives of the First Congress of the French Communist Party and Comintern delegates, Marseille, December 27, 1921 ; Supplemental instructions to the delegates of the Commmunist International at the Second Congress of the French Communist Party in Paris, October, 1922 ; A confidential letter from the Comintern to the left wing of the French Communist Party, January 15,1923 ; Albert Treint's letter of resignation, March 18, 1923.
|Series Title:||Hoover Institution publication.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Milorad M. Drachkovitch and Branko Lazitch.|