Bolshevism


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Soviet communism

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According to the Tharauds, Hungary's Bolshevism was correspondingly Jewish.
There are no doubt valid parallels to be drawn between Bolshevism and religion, not least in the post-Lenin era when Stalin, a former seminary student, deployed his interpretation of the Marxist-Leninist 'gospel' as the driving force behind his excesses.
In Csekey's opinion, the future of this Swedish-dominated cultural commonwealth depended on its members'-with particular emphasis on Estonia and Finland--ability to block the advance of Slavs and Bolshevism from the East.
"It is often said that 'the germ of Stalinism was in Bolshevism from its beginning'," Serge wrote in 1937.
Synopsis: "Vladimir Burtsev and the Struggle for a Free Russia: A Revolutionary in the Time of Tsarism and Bolshevism" by Robert Henderson (Honorary Research Associate at Queen Mary, University of London, UK, and the author of numerous journal articles and book chapters in the field of Russian history) presents the life of the journalist, historian and revolutionary, Vladimir Burtsev.
Virtually all political historians are prepared to accept the general proposition that the Bolshevism of V.
In Smith's view, while this analysis might be appropriate to the early Stalinist period, it is altogether inapplicable to Bolshevism. What Smith neglects to consider is how deep and lasting the roots of Westernization, in particular in the form of the influence of the Enlightenment, remained even in immediately postrevolutionary Russia.
Far from being a hawk, even before the war had ended Churchill was advising the British War Cabinet, "We might have to build up the German army, as it was important to get Germany on her legs again for fear of the spread of Bolshevism." He wanted a strong Germany immediately after World War I.
Kevin Morgan, Bolshevism, Syndicalism and the General Strike: the lost Internationalist World of A.A.
This worldview also blamed the Jews for Bolshevism, which might seem like a contradiction, but is not.
The Government feared that Glasgow and the industrial heartlands around it would become a hotbed of Bolshevism.
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. Under the watchword of combating counter-revolutionary elements, in March 1918 the Baku commune began to implement a criminal plan aimed at eliminating Azerbaijanis from the whole of Baku province".
I had gone to see Loach's film having already agreed to write for Soundings about a number of the themes that had emerged from a series of books I have just completed on 'Bolshevism and the British Left' during the interwar period.
"[We have a] moral duty to declare zero tolerance on anti-Semitism." 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.