Comintern

Connections

Connections Sort descending Author name Excerpt
politics Rosamond Lehmann
RL knew Guy Burgess in the late 1930s through Goronwy Rees, and she knew early on that he was a Comintern agent. When the news came in June 1951 that he had gone to Russia,...
Publishing Sylvia Pankhurst
After 1918, she wrote for the Italian socialist party journal Avanti, and was also the British foreign correspondent for the official journal of the Comintern executive (Communist International). In December 1919, she...

Timeline

4 March 1919
The Comintern , or Communist International , was founded in Moscow in order to hasten the spread of Communist revolution abroad.