THE INTERNATIONAL NEWSLETTER OF COMMUNIST STUDIES – 2003

Preliminary contents

The International Newsletter of Communist Studies , IX (2003), no 16

Editorial Board

Section I
Preserve for all time? Archival Problems – New Archival Projects – Institutions and funds

John Haynes, Washington: 170 000 Names for the INCOMKA Database of the Comintern Archives. The Result of International Cooperation

Alexandre Courban, Paris: A Journey into the Archives of the Communist Party of France (PCF)

The Records of the Communist Party of the USA in the Comintern Archives

Neue Veröffentlichungen und Ressourcen zum Archivwesen

Section II

Regional Communist Studies

Avgust Lešnik, Ljubljana: 1948 – Yugoslavia and the Cominform – Fifty Years Later

Bernhard H. Bayerlein, Germany: Lazar and Victor Kheyfetz, Russia: Rereading Anew The History of the Comintern and Communist Parties of Latin America in Contemporary Studies. A Review of Some Contributions of the X. Congress of the Federation of the Latinamericanists and Caribbeanists

Igor Yanchuk: The 1931 Elections in Peru According to the Documents from the Comintern Archives

Erik Ching, History Department, Furman University: The Intersection of Local, National and International in the First Communist Parties in Central America, 1925-1935

Diego Frachtenberg, Argentina: The Impact of the Russian Revolution on Argentinian Intellectuals, 1918-1925

Dorothea Melcher, Mérida, Venezuela: The Venezuelan Left and the Comintern

Victor Kheyfetz, Dr. Lazar Kheyfetz, Institute of Latin America, Moscow: The Failure of a Continental Revolution – the First Steps of Mexican Communism, 1919-1922

Lazar Kheyfetz, The Leningrad Region Institute of Economy and Finances, Institute of Latin America, St.-Petersburg: The Comintern in Latin America, Latin America in the Comintern

Gerardo Leibner, Tel Aviv University: The Myth of the World Revolution and the Destruction of the Mariátegui’s Project in Peru

Klaus Meschkat, Hannover University, Germany: Revolutionary Socialism in Colombia and the Communist International

Peter Huber, Hannover University, Germany: Jules Humbert-Droz and Latin America

Reiner Tosstorff, Mainz University, Germany: The Red Trade Unions International and Latin America – the First Steps of Latin American Communism

Svetlana Rosenthal, RGASPI, Moscow, Russia: Latin America in the Comintern Archives

Victor Kheyfetz, Institute of Latin America, Moscow: In Search of an Adequate Strategy. Comintern and Soviet Diplomacy in Mexico in the 1920s

Bernhard H. Bayerlein, Mannheim Centre for European Studies, Mannheim University, Germany: A Glimpse of Latin America in the Humbert-Droz- Archives and the Dimitrov-Diaries

Section III

Biographical Studies

Vladimir Vladimirovich Ryskulov, Moscow: Turar Ryskulov’s Paths Between Turkestan, Russia and Mongolia

Dainis Karepovs, São Paulo: The Fate of the First Brazilian Brigadist in Spain. A Biographical Note about Alberto Bomilcar Besouchet

C. Chaqueri, Paris: A Triple Gaffe. Throwing a Light on Avetis Sultanzade (Mikhailian), Intellectual, Theoretician and Leading Personality of the Iranian Communist Party

Section IV

Workshop – Projects in Progress

Annette Leo, Berlin: “Wolfgang Steinitz (1905-1967). Jude, Bildungsbürger, Wissenschaftler, Kommunist”.

Aurélio Martín Najera, Madrid: Obras Completas de Francisco Largo Caballero

Section V

Reviews and Reports on New Publications

Corinna Kuhr-Korolev, Stefan Plaggenborg, Monica Wellmann (Hg.): Sowjetjugend 1917-1941. Generation zwischen Revolution und Resignation. Von Wolfgang Schlott, Bremen

Todor Kuljic: Tito – A Sociological-Historical Study (Tito – sociološkoistorijska studija). A Review by Avgust Lešnik, Ljubljana

Achim Kilian: Einzuweisen zur völligen Isolierung. NKWD-Speziallager. Von Karl Wilhelm Fricke, Köln

Achim Kilian (1926-2002) – Ein Nachruf von Andreas Eberhardt

Dieter Nelles: Widerstand und internationale Solidarität. Die Internationale Transportarbeiter-Föderation (ITF) im Widerstand gegen den Nationalsozialismus. Von Reiner Tosstorff, Mainz

Pavel Poljan. Ne po svojej vole… Istorija i geografija prinuditel`nych migracij v SSSR [Nicht nach eigenem Willen … Geschichte und Geografie der Zwangsumsiedlungen in der UdSSR]. Von Wolfgang Schlott, Bremen

Hermann Weber: Damals, als ich Wunderlich hieß. Vom Parteihochschüler zum kritischen Sozialisten. Rundfunkbeitrag von Karl Wilhelm Fricke, Köln. Moderation von Marcus Heumann

Chol-Hwan Kang, zus. mit Pierre Rigoulot: Les Aquariums de Pyongyang. Dix ans au Goulag nord-coréen. Von Klaus-Georg Riegel, Trier

Erwin Könnemann und Gerhard Schulze: Der Kapp-Lüttwitz-Ludendorff- Putsch. Von Hermann Weber, Mannheim

Mary Low & Juan Bréa: Rotes Notizbuch. Deutsche Erstausgabe. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Jürgen Schneider
Mirjana Stancic: Manès Sperber. Leben und Werk

Hermann Weber, Bernhard H. Bayerlein (Hg.): Der Thälmann-Skandal. Geheime Korrespondenzen mit Stalin

Section VI

Events of Interest around the World

Section VII

Survey of Periodicals

Section VIII

Links-Links-Links – Interesting Websites

Section IX

Miscellaneous

Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

Jahrbuch für Historische Kommunismusforschung 1993-2002

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