Twentieth Century Communism 17



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Publication date: November 1, 2019

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‘Legends have a tenacious life’: Ernst Thälmann, the First World War and memory in the GDR (Twentieth Century Communism 17, Autumn 2019)

Despite Ernst Thälmann’s prominence in the German Democratic Republic’s official antifascist narrative, there was no ‘scholarly’ biography of him until 1979. The reasons for this shed light on the political culture of the Socialist Unity Party (SED) and its history-writing arm, the Institute of Marxism-Leninism – especially in the regime’s early years under Walter Ulbricht.

Forging socialism through democracy: a critical review survey of literature on Eurocommunism (Twentieth Century Communism 17, Autumn 2019)

Victor Strazzeri

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Communist history, police history and the archives of British state surveillance (Twentieth Century Communism 17, Autumn 2019)

Kevin Morgan

Meeting the communist threat in Greece: American diplomats, ideology and stereotypes 1944-1950 (Twentieth Century Communism 17, Autumn 2019)

Zinovia Lialiouti

Cedar and Eden Paul’s Creative Revolution: The ‘new psychology’ and the dictatorship of the proletariat, 1917-1926 (Twentieth Century Communism 17, Autumn 2019)

Mike Carey

Review (Twentieth Century Communism 17, Autumn 2019)

Stephen Hopkins

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