The Comintern and the Romanian Communists as seen by the Police 
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Cominternul si comunistii români. O sinteză a Prefecturii Politiei Capitalei,1941, II
The Comintern and the Romanian Communists as seen by the Police Department of the Capital City, 1941, II

Author(s): Florin Şandru
Subject(s): History
Published by: Institutul National pentru Studiul Totalitarismului
Keywords: Romania; Communism; Comitern; RCP; anti-fascism.

Summary/Abstract: The article reproduces the second part of the work The unmasking of Communism in Romania compiled in 1941 by police commissioner Nicolae Turcu. Outlawed by the Romanian authorities RCP continued to spread its ideology through legal camouflaged established organizations. These organizations had as a purpose the protection of social and professional rights of social categories such as syndicats, students, lawyers, writers, the achievement political objectives of national minorities or fighting for principles such as peace, disarmament, antifascism. Shortly after they had been created, all these organizations set up upon the Comitern’s indications and considered to be a menace for state safety were declared illegal by the authorities.

  • Issue Year: XVIII/2010
  • Issue No: 3-4
  • Page Range: 181-196
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: Romanian