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The German Communist Party in Saxony, 1924-1933

Norman H. Laporte

The German Communist Party in Saxony, 1924-1933

Factionalism, Fratricide and Political Failure

by Norman H. Laporte

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Published by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political parties,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • General,
  • Political Process - Political Parties,
  • Historiography,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • 20th century,
  • History,
  • Kommunistische Partei Deutschl,
  • Politics and government,
  • Saxony (Germany)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages399
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11396889M
    ISBN 100820458570
    ISBN 109780820458571

    The escalating situation led the German Communist Party (KPD) together with the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks) RCP(B) and the Comintern to start planning a German ‘October’ revolution that later would turn into a total defeat of the KPD in Saxony, Thuringia, Hamburg and then Germany by: 1. The German Communist Party in Saxony, Factionalism, Fratricide, and Political Failure An Aisle-by-Aisle Guide to Savvy Food Choices and Good Eating Endeavor for Renewal: Droplets of Wisdom from the Heart.

    How did the amount of violence change over - violence had subsided but not completely disappeared. Nazis claimed they'd suffered 29 deaths while the Communists suffered the deaths of 92 of their supporters. The German Communist Party in Saxony, by Norman LaPorte The German Communist Party in Saxony, by Norman LaPorte (pp. ) Review by: .

    German Communist Party in Saxony, - LaPorte Norman H. Hodnocení produktu: 0%. Using newly available documentation, this book addresses the enduring themes in the historiography of the German communist party (KPD). Central to the study is the question to. 'The Communist Party of Germany lives and fights: the banned literature distributed under the Hitler terror', Pamphlet issued by the Communist publisher Modern Books Ltd. It provides a partisan description of the underground activities of the German Communist Party under Nazi rule, and includes examples of illegal literature distributed by.


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[Norman Laporte] -- Using newly available documentation, this book addresses the enduring themes in the historiography of the German Communist Party (KPD). Central to the study is the question to what extent could. Norman LaPorte is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Glamorgan.

He has published widely on German and comparative communism as well as British-East German relations, including The German Communist Party in Saxony. (Peter Lang, ). He is a co-founding editor of the journal Twentieth Century Communism. Martin Hoop (born Carl Martin Hoop 14 April in Lägerdorf, District of Steinburg, Schleswig-Holstein; died 11 May in Zwickau) was a district leader in the Communist Party of Germany in Saxony and a supporter of the Weimar Republic presidential candidate Ernst Thälmann.

This resulted in the communist-dominated Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED) that ruled East Germany in a quasi single-party system from to In West Germany, the SPD remained independent and one of two major parties, alongside the Christian Democratic Leaders: Ralf Stegner, Thorsten Schäfer.

Norman LaPorte is Senior Lecturer in History as University of Glamorgan. His publications include, The German Communist Party in Saxony, (Peter Lang: Bern, ). He has published widely on German and comparative communism as well as writing about British-East German relations with Stefan Berger.

He has published widely on German and comparative communism as well as British-East German relations, including The German Communist Party in Saxony. (Peter Lang, ). He is a co-founding editor of the journal Twentieth Century Communism.4/5(1). He has published widely on German and comparative communism as well as British-East German relations, including The German Communist Party in Saxony.

– (Peter Lang, ). He is a co-founding editor of the journal Twentieth Century by: 1. 16 X. 16 X Soviet Political Propaganda The Communist Party Of Germany Posters s. $1, Norman LaPorte is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Glamorgan. He is the author of The German Communist Party in Saxony Factionalism, Fratricide and Political Failure and co-author of Bolshevism, Stalinism and the Comintern: Perspectives on Stalinization   The East German SED was always dismissive of its British 'sister' party on account of its insignificant size and lack of political influence, as well was what was seen as its ever worsening 'ideological deviation' from the Soviet model.

There were even attempts to support the CPGB's hardliners in their feuds with Eurocommunism. (31). PDF | The predominant role of the German Communist Party (KPD) in the Comintern in the s and s is indisputable and well known.1 Is there | Author: Brigitte Studer.

The German Communist Party in Saxony, Factionalism, Fratricide and Political Failure avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5. Das Reichsbanner Schwarz-Rot-Gold und der Rote Frontkämpferbund in Sachsen –, German History, Vol Issue 2, JunePages and the Communist Party (KPD) in Saxony.

The actual story of the Kampfbünde begins in Chapter 4, in which he discusses the foundation of both the Reichsbanner Voigt's book is full of detail Author: Joachim C. Häberlen. Norman LaPorte is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Glamorgan.

He is the author of The German Communist Party in Saxony Factionalism, Fratricide and Political Failure and co-author of Bolshevism, Stalinism and the Comintern: Perspectives on Stalinization Author: Norman LaPorte.

He has published widely on German and comparative communism as well as British-East German relations, including The German Communist Party in Saxony.

– (Peter Lang, ). He is a co-founding editor of the journal Twentieth Century Communism. Subject: Postwar History Area: Europe Subject Codes. LC: DAG4 B47 Pages: Benjamin LAPP of Montclair State University, New Jersey | Read 11 publications | Contact Benjamin LAPP The German Communist Party in Saxony, The Old Socialist Party of Saxony.

'new social history/" and its apotheosis, apparently a book little noticed in Britain, Michael Denning's The Cultural Front. Manley confidently ascribes The German Communist Party in Saxony, (Bern ), ch. 1 and passim. / LABOUR/LE TRAVAIL 63 their own rather different positions.

Several repudiated the contraposition of. Alg?rie fran?aise, un tragique malentendu ou les p?rils de l'ambigu?t?.pdf. Norman LaPorte's The German Communist Party in Saxony, contributes new and important material to the major debates on the history of German Communism during the Weimar Republic.

Laporte distinguishes between an older historiography, which focused on the top-down imposition of a Stalinist model, with a posts revisionist “history. The German Communist Party in Saxony, Factionalism, Fratricide and Political Failure (Paperback) Norman LaPorte £ Paperback.Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

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