Comintern

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  • Red Sport International
    The International Association of Red Sports and Gymnastics Associations, commonly known as Red Sport International (RSI) or Sportintern was a Comintern-supported international sports organization established in July 1921.
  • Twenty-one Conditions
    The Twenty-one Conditions, officially the Conditions of Admission to the Communist International, refer to the conditions, most of which were suggested by Vladimir Lenin, to the adhesion of the socialist parties to the Third International (Comintern) created in 1919.
  • 2nd World Congress of the Comintern
    The 2nd World Congress of the Comintern was a gathering of approximately 220 voting and non-voting representatives of Communist and revolutionary socialist political parties from around the world, held in Petrograd and Moscow from July 19 to August 7, 1920.
  • 4th World Congress of the Comintern
    The 4th World Congress of the Communist International was an assembly of delegates to the Communist International held in Petrograd and Moscow, Soviet Russia, between November 5 and December 5, 1922.
  • 1st Congress of the Comintern
    The 1st Congress of the Comintern was an international gathering of communist, revolutionary socialist, and syndicalist delegates held in Moscow which established the Communist International (Comintern).
  • Executive Committee of the Communist International
    The Executive Committee of the Communist International, commonly known by its acronym, ECCI (Russian acronym ИККИ), was the governing authority of the Comintern between the World Congresses of that body.
  • Young Communist International
    The Young Communist International was the parallel international youth organization affiliated with the Communist International (Comintern).
  • Zimmerwald Left
    The Zimmerwald Left was a revolutionary minority faction at the Zimmerwald Peace Conference of 1915, headed by Lenin.
  • Profintern
    The Red International of Labor Unions (RILU) (Russian: Красный интернационал профсоюзов — Krasnyi internatsional profsoyuzov), commonly known as the Profintern, was an international body established by the Communist International with the aim of coordinating Communist activities within trade unions.
  • International Liaison Department (Comintern)
    The OMS (Russian: Отдел международной связи, otdel mezhdunarodnoy svyazi or ОМС), also known in English as the International Liaison Department (1921-1939), was "the most secret department" of the Comintern.
  • Social fascism
    Social fascism was a theory supported by the Communist International (Comintern) during the early 1930s, which held that social democracy was a variant of fascism because, in addition to a shared corporatist economic model, it stood in the way of a complete and final transition to communism.
  • League against Imperialism
    It was established in the Egmont Palace in Brussels, Belgium, on February 10, 1927, in presence of 175 delegates from around the world.
  • International Association of Friends of the Soviet Union
    The International Association of Friends of the Soviet Union was an organization formed on the initiative of the Communist International in 1927, with the purpose of coordinating solidarity efforts with the Soviet Union around the world.
  • The Negro Worker
    The Negro Worker was the newspaper of the International Trade Union Committee for Black Workers.
  • List of delegates of the 1st Comintern congress
    This is a list of delegates to the first congress of the Comintern.
  • International Unemployment Day
    International Unemployment Day (March 6, 1930) was a coordinated international campaign of marches and demonstrations, marked by hundreds of thousands of people in major cities around the world taking to the streets to protest mass unemployment associated with the Great Depression.
  • Communist Party of Fiume
    The Communist Party of Fiume (Italian: Partito Comunista di Fiume – Sezione della III.a Internazionale) was instituted on November 1921, after the proclamation of the Free State of Fiume created by the Treaty of Rapallo.
  • Workers International Relief
    The Workers International Relief (WIR) — also known as Internationale Arbeiter-Hilfe (IAH) in German and as Международная рабочая помощь (Mezhdunarodny Rabochy Komitet Pomoshchi Golodayushchim Rossii − Mezhrabpom) in Russian — was an adjunct of the Communist International initially formed to channel relief from international working class organizations and communist parties to famine-stricken Soviet Russia.
  • List of members of the Comintern
    The Comintern had, at the first Congress, voting delegates from the following groups: * Communist Party of Armenia * Central Bureau's Azerbaijani Section * Communist Party of Bulgaria * Communist Party of Canada * Socialist Workers' Party of China * Communist Party of Czechoslovakia * Communist Party of German Austria * Communist Party of Finland * Communist Party of France * Zimmerwald Left Wing of France (see also French Section of the Workers' International (SFIO)) * Central Bureau's Georgian Section * Communist Party of Germany * Communist Party of Great Britain * Communist Party of Hungary * Worker's Union of Korea * Communist Party of Latvia * Social-Democrats of the Netherlands * Central Bureau's Persian Section * Communist Party of Poland * Balkan Revolutionary
  • Trade Union Unity League
    The Trade Union Unity League (TUUL) was an industrial union umbrella organization under the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA) between 1929 and 1935.
  • Yokinen Show Trial
    The Yokinen Show Trial was a March 1931 public disciplinary proceeding conducted by leaders of the Communist Party, USA (CPUSA) against August Yokinen, a Finnish-American Communist janitor who allegedly made racially disparaging remarks against several African-American members of the organization at a social event.
  • Amicii URSS
    Amicii URSS (Romanian for "[The] Friends of the Soviet Union"; [amit͡ʃij u re se se], occasionally known as Prietenii URSS ([prijetenij u re se se]), which carries the same meaning) was a cultural association in interwar Romania, uniting left-wing and anti-fascist intellectuals who advocated a détente between their country and Joseph Stalin's Soviet Union (at a time when Greater Romania, which included Bessarabia and all of Bukovina, was engaged in a diplomatic conflict with the Soviets).
  • List of delegates of the 2nd Comintern congress
    Following is a list of delegates at the 2nd Comintern World Congress, held in Petrograd and Moscow from 19 July through 7 August 1920.
  • Resolution of the Comintern on the Macedonian Question
    The resolution of the Comintern of January 11, 1934, was an official political document, in which for the first time, an authoritative international organization provided directions for recognizing of the existence of a separate Macedonian nation and Macedonian language.
  • International Labor Defense
    The International Labor Defense (ILD) was a legal advocacy organization established in 1925 in the United States as the American section of the Comintern's International Red Aid network.
  • Third Period
    The Third Period is an ideological concept adopted by the Communist International (Comintern) at its Sixth World Congress, held in Moscow in the summer of 1928.
  • Transitional demand
    In Marxist theory, a transitional demand either is a partial realisation of a maximum demand after revolution or an agitational demand made by a socialist organisation with the aim of linking the current situation to progress towards their goal of a socialist society.
  • Communist front
    A Communist front organization is an organization identified to be a front organization under the effective control of a Communist party, the Communist International or other Communist organizations.
  • Communist Women's International
    The Communist Women's International was launched as an autonomous offshoot of the Communist International in April 1920 for the purpose of advancing communist ideas among women.
  • Seventh World Congress of the Comintern
    The 7th World Congress of the Communist International (Comintern) was a multinational conference held in Moscow from July 25 through August 20, 1935 by delegated representatives of ruling and non-ruling communist parties from around the world and invited guests representing other political and organized labor organizations.
  • Relations between Japanese Revolutionaries and the Comintern and the Soviet Union
    Relations between Japanese Revolutionaries and the Comintern and the Soviet Union have existed since the 1920s.