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Communist Parties in Romania: Romanian Communist Party, Tatarbunary Uprising, Socialist Party of Romania, Proclamation of Timi Oara

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Published June 25th 2011
ISBN : 9781156069769
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36 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: Romanian Communist Party, Tatarbunary Uprising, Socialist Party of Romania, Proclamation of TimiMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: Romanian Communist Party, Tatarbunary Uprising, Socialist Party of Romania, Proclamation of Timi oara, Amicii URSS, Union of Communist Youth, Lupeni Strike of 1929, Balkan Federation, Faleze de nisip, Vapniarka, Letter of the Six, Rom nia Liber, Sc nteia, Hungarian Peoples Union, Grivi a Strike of 1933, tefan Gheorghiu Academy, Socialist Party of Labour. Excerpt: The Romanian Communist Party (Romanian: , PCR) was a communist political party in Romania. Successor to the Bolshevik wing of the Socialist Party of Romania, it gave ideological endorsement to communist revolution and the disestablishment of Greater Romania. The PCR was a minor and illegal grouping for much of the interwar period, and submitted to direct Comintern control. During the 1930s, most of its activists were imprisoned or took refuge in the Soviet Union, which led to the creation of separate and competing factions until the 1950s. The Communist Party emerged as a powerful actor on the Romanian political scene in August 1944, when it became involved in the Royal coup that toppled the pro-Nazi government of Ion Antonescu. With support from Soviet occupation forces, the PCR was able to force King Michael I into exile, and establish the Romanian communist regime in 1948, becoming the dominant, and later single ruling party until 1989. In 1947, the Communist Party absorbed much of the Social Democratic Party, while attracting various new members. In the early 1950s, the PCRs dominant wing around Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, with support from Joseph Stalin, defeated all the other factions and achieved full control over the party and country. After 1953, the Romanian Communists did not apply De-Stalinization, and, in time, theorized a national path to Communism. This nationalist and national communist stance was continued under the leadership of Nicolae ...