The Resource The Red years : European socialism versus bolshevism, 1919-1921, Albert S. Lindemann

The Red years : European socialism versus bolshevism, 1919-1921, Albert S. Lindemann

Label
The Red years : European socialism versus bolshevism, 1919-1921
Title
The Red years
Title remainder
European socialism versus bolshevism, 1919-1921
Statement of responsibility
Albert S. Lindemann
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Action
commitment to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
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Lindemann, Albert S
Dewey number
335/.0094
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
HX237
LC item number
.L54
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Communism
  • Socialism
  • Communist International
  • Communisme international
  • Communisme
  • Socialisme
  • Communist International
  • Communism
  • Socialism
  • Europe
  • Komintern
  • Communisme
  • Socialisme
  • Sozialismus
  • Communisme international
  • Communisme - Europe - Histoire
  • Socialisme - Europe - Histoire
  • Sozialismus
Label
The Red years : European socialism versus bolshevism, 1919-1921, Albert S. Lindemann
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 329-339) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- I. Before the Biennio Rosso: The deeper roots of the socialist-communist conflict -- The SPD, SFIO, and PSI in the generation before the war -- Trends of the prewar socialist parties -- Prewar socialism in Russia -- The trauma of war -- Lenin and the problem of war -- War's end and the radicalization of western socialist parties -- II. The Russian "Spark" -- Revolution in Russia -- The spread of revolution to Germany -- The failures of revolutionary socialists in Germany -- The Bern conference -- The first congress of the communist international -- Leninism and the first congress of the Comintern -- The PSI and the Comintern -- Comintern policy in 1919 -- III. Between socialist and communist internationals -- The response of the USPD and SFIO to Bolshevik doctrine in early 1919 -- Impasse at Lucerne: The USPD in search of a new international -- The reconstructionist movement -- The Leipzig congress -- November elections in France and Italy -- The advance of the reconstructionist movement -- The Strasbourg congress -- IV. Paths to Moscow -- The USPD opens negotiations: A letter from Moscow -- The SFIO approaches Moscow -- Cracks in the Maximalist majority -- Adjustments in Comintern policy: The extreme left -- Adjustments in Comintern policy: The centrists -- V. In the land of revolution -- The delegates of the SFIO -- The delegates of the USPD -- The delegates of the PSI -- En route to Petrograd -- Moscow -- Cachin and Frossard before the "most redoubtable of tribunals" -- Voyage down Volga -- The later arrival of the USPD delegation -- VI. The second congress of the communist international -- The opening days of the second congress -- Cachin and Frossard opt publicly for the Comintern -- The SFIO and USPD delegates before the committee on conditions -- New pressures from the Bolsheviks -- Serrati versus the Bolsheviks -- The compromise with Cachin and Frossard -- The attack of the extreme left -- The split in the USPD delegation -- Bordiga at the second congress -- VII. The campaign for communism -- Cachin and Frossard return to Paris -- The return of the USPD delegates -- The return of the Italian delegation -- Factory occupations and municipal elections -- The twenty-one conditions in France -- The new factions of the PSI -- Serrati and centrism -- VIII. The split in western socialism -- The Halle congress -- Negotiations at Halle -- The factions of the SFIO -- The congress of Tours -- The congress of Leghorn -- Paul Levi and the Comintern -- Epilogue and conclusions
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 349 pages, [4] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036831227
Label
The Red years : European socialism versus bolshevism, 1919-1921, Albert S. Lindemann
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 329-339) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- I. Before the Biennio Rosso: The deeper roots of the socialist-communist conflict -- The SPD, SFIO, and PSI in the generation before the war -- Trends of the prewar socialist parties -- Prewar socialism in Russia -- The trauma of war -- Lenin and the problem of war -- War's end and the radicalization of western socialist parties -- II. The Russian "Spark" -- Revolution in Russia -- The spread of revolution to Germany -- The failures of revolutionary socialists in Germany -- The Bern conference -- The first congress of the communist international -- Leninism and the first congress of the Comintern -- The PSI and the Comintern -- Comintern policy in 1919 -- III. Between socialist and communist internationals -- The response of the USPD and SFIO to Bolshevik doctrine in early 1919 -- Impasse at Lucerne: The USPD in search of a new international -- The reconstructionist movement -- The Leipzig congress -- November elections in France and Italy -- The advance of the reconstructionist movement -- The Strasbourg congress -- IV. Paths to Moscow -- The USPD opens negotiations: A letter from Moscow -- The SFIO approaches Moscow -- Cracks in the Maximalist majority -- Adjustments in Comintern policy: The extreme left -- Adjustments in Comintern policy: The centrists -- V. In the land of revolution -- The delegates of the SFIO -- The delegates of the USPD -- The delegates of the PSI -- En route to Petrograd -- Moscow -- Cachin and Frossard before the "most redoubtable of tribunals" -- Voyage down Volga -- The later arrival of the USPD delegation -- VI. The second congress of the communist international -- The opening days of the second congress -- Cachin and Frossard opt publicly for the Comintern -- The SFIO and USPD delegates before the committee on conditions -- New pressures from the Bolsheviks -- Serrati versus the Bolsheviks -- The compromise with Cachin and Frossard -- The attack of the extreme left -- The split in the USPD delegation -- Bordiga at the second congress -- VII. The campaign for communism -- Cachin and Frossard return to Paris -- The return of the USPD delegates -- The return of the Italian delegation -- Factory occupations and municipal elections -- The twenty-one conditions in France -- The new factions of the PSI -- Serrati and centrism -- VIII. The split in western socialism -- The Halle congress -- Negotiations at Halle -- The factions of the SFIO -- The congress of Tours -- The congress of Leghorn -- Paul Levi and the Comintern -- Epilogue and conclusions
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 349 pages, [4] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036831227

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