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Author: Gabriele Simoncini
ISBN13: 978-0773494145
Title: The Communist Party of Poland 1918-1929: A Study in Political Ideology
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Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (December 1, 1993)
Pages: 272

The Communist Party of Poland 1918-1929: A Study in Political Ideology by Gabriele Simoncini



PDF On Jan 1, 1993, Gabriele Simoncini and others published The Communist Party of Poland: 1918-1929. A Study in Political Ideology. Book · January 1993 with 67 Reads. Publisher: Mellen Press. Lewiston, New York; Queenston, Canada; Lampeter, United Kingdom. Cite this publication. John Cabot University. All content in this area was uploaded by Gabriele Simoncini on Aug 15, 2016. Download full-text PDF. Load more.

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The interwar Communist Party of Poland (Polish: Komunistyczna Partia Polski, KPP) was a communist party active in Poland during the Second Polish Republic. It resulted from a December 1918 merger of the Social Democracy of the Kingdom of Poland and Lithuania (SDKPiL) and the Polish Socialist Party – Left (PPS – Left) into the Communist Workers' Party of Poland (Komunistyczna Partia Robotnicza Polski, KPRP) The Communist Party of Poland (until 1925 the Communist Workers' Party of Poland) was a conspiratorial organization o. .Gabriele Simoncini, The Communist Party of Poland 1919-29: A study in political ideology (Lewiston: Edwin Mellen 1993). Richard M. Watt, Bitter Glory.

Gabriele Simoncini received a P. in History/Political Science from COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York in 1991 with Professor Joseph Rothschild, preceded by the Laurea Degree summa cum laude in Philosophy from the UNIVERSITY OF PISA. He completed his post-doctoral specialization at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, STANFORD UNIVERSITY, California. His publications include: Ethnopolitics in Poland; The Communist Party of Poland; and articles on ideology and ethnopolitics.

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Gabriele Simoncini The Communist Party of Poland : 1918 - 1929. 55 - 92. - Appendix listing members of the Communist Party of Poland, 1918 - 1938 - lista członków KPRP i KPP.

He supported establishing cultural relations with the West, and himself traveled to United States, in 1948 he was one of the main organizers of the World Congress of Intellectuals for Peace in Wrocław.

Communist Party of Poland. This article is about the party that existed from 1918 to 1938. The Communist Party of Poland (Polish: Komunistyczna Partia Polski, KPP) was a communist party in Poland Contents. The KPRP was founded on 16 December 1918 as the result of the fusion of the Social Democracy of the Kingdom of Poland and Lithuania (SDKPiL) and the Polish Socialist Party-Lewica (Left) on the basis of the program of the former group. Elections for the Workers Councils which sprang up in 1918 revealed that the new party had a level of support almost equal to that of the Polish Socialist Party (PPS).

Focusing on political and ideological aspects, the author of this text presents an organic synthesis of the Communist party's life, organization, and internal political debates. Party ideology is analyzed in close reference to Soviet Communism and the European Communist movement. The analysis is based on a wealth of archival materials, documents issued by the Party through its conferences, press, and the writings and memoirs of its leaders. The study makes extensive use of the material in the collections of the former Central Archive of the Central Committee of the Unified Polish Workers' Party in Warsaw.