Secret cables of the Comintern, 1933-1943 / Fridrikh I. Firsov, Harvey Klehr, and John Earl Haynes ; translated by Lynn Visson.Material type: BookSeries: Annals of communism.Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, Description: xi, 306 pages ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780300198225 (cloth : alkaline paper).Uniform titles: Sekretnye kody istorii Kominterna. English.Subject(s): Communist International -- History | Communist International -- Records and correspondence | Cryptography -- History -- 20th century | Communism -- History -- 20th century | World politics -- 1933-1945 | Military history, Modern -- 20th century | HISTORY / Modern / 20th Century | HISTORY / Europe / Russia & the Former Soviet Union | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Communism & Socialism | Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Europe | Europe -- Foreign relations -- Soviet UnionDDC classification: 324.1/75 Online resources: Book review (H-Net)
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-293) and index.
Ciphered Communications and the History of the Communist International -- Subventions -- The Popular Front -- The Spanish Civil War -- The International Brigades in Spain -- The Comintern and the Terror -- The Comintern and the Chinese Communist Party : Divergent Priorities -- The Nazi-Soviet Pact -- The Comintern, the Communist Parties, and the Great Patriotic War -- Dissolution of the Communist International -- Conclusion: The Comintern, 1919-1943.
"Drawing on secret and therefore candid coded telegraphs exchanged between Communist Party leaders around the world and their overseers at the Communist International (Comintern) headquarters in Moscow, this book uncovers key aspects of the history of the Comintern and its significant role in the Stalinist ruling system during the years 1933 to 1943. New information on aspects of the People's Front in France, civil wars in Spain and China, World War II, and the extent of the Comintern's cooperation with Soviet intelligence is brought to light through these archival records, never examined before"-- Provided by publisher.