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Synonyms for Bolshevism

Soviet communism

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The sequence of events considered here took place in a context in which most political historians have been prepared to accept the reality of the major influence of two political belief systems on the history of the twentieth century: the Bolshevism of V.
Kevin Morgan's study of Arthur Purcell and his 'lost internationalist world' is the third and final volume in his series Bolshevism and the British Left.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev announced on 26 March 1998 that every year on 31 March Azerbaijan remember the Day of Genocide of Azerbaijanis by stated "Taking advantage of the situation following the end of the First World War and the February and October 1917 revolutions in Russia, the Armenians began to pursue the implementation of their plans under the banner of Bolshevism.
5) The story of the interactions with Bolshevism on the part of diverse sections of the British left had offered a way of uncovering some of the missed turnings and blind alleys that may sometimes be overlooked in discussions of Labour's road to 1945 - for, though the forward march metaphor is a familiar one, the underlying dynamic is typically one facing the other way, as if it were preordained that other possible roads or detours would necessarily be closed off.
One day prior, the extreme right-wing Jobbik Party 6 who hold the third largest number of seats in parliament -- held a rally to protest the WJC meeting, which they claimed promoted Zionism and Bolshevism.
Moscow's media and business people have expressed their anger with terms like "piracy", Bolshevism," "holding hostage" and "state-backed robbery".
their differences from and certain objections to Bolshevism.
Bolshevism came, drowning the monarchists in a sea of blood, issuing new passwords founded upon the destruction of Russia.
Rathom, who often warned of the dangers of Bolshevism.
Rather it was, as Canadian columnist Robert Fulford notes, Moscow's own word for a Bolshevism with Western characteristics sure to take root in France and Italy any day now--"now" being some time in the 1970s.
The bleak realities of socialist life are difficult to overlook in a study of life during Bolshevism and Stalinism, and yet none of these factor greatly into Bartlett's research on clothing.
Dr Challinor's books included The Miners' Association, The Origins of British Bolshevism and a biography of MP John S.
In his discussion of Bolshevism on Trial (1919), Ben Singer insists on the contradictory meanings of progressivism--the most identifiable ideological marker of Woodrow Wilson's presidential policy during the teens.
Was it because there were elements here and in America who saw Hitler as a bastion against Bolshevism and realised too late they had a tiger by the tail?
The author uses his profound knowledge of Russia and of Bolshevism to give us the best and most nuanced biography of a man without whom the Revolution might well not have succeeded.