Bulgarian Communist Party and self-management

  • 77 Pages
  • 3.84 MB
  • English
Sofia Press , Sofia, Bulgaria
StatementDimiter Ananiev ; [translated by Mark Cole].
LC ClassificationsMLCS 92/02209 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination77 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1796951M
LC Control Number89198066

The Bulgarian Communist Party (BCP; Bulgarian: Българска Комунистическа Партия (БКП), romanized: Bëlgarska Komunističeska Partija (BKP)) was the Communist and Marxist-Leninist ruling party of the People's Republic of Bulgaria from until when the country ceased to be a First leader: Dimitar Blagoev.

The late professor Bell's book on the history of the communist party of Bulgaria is the product of years of research and hard work. Taken together with the twin books of professor Oren and professor Rothschild on the same theme, it embraces the tumultuous years of the activities of one of the strongest communist party in this region of the by: Buzludzha Monument: The Memorial House of the Bulgarian Communist Party is associated with three historical events.

It stands on a mountain peak in Bulgaria as a testament to the memory of Hadji Dimitar (who passed away in ), of the Bulgarian Social Democratic Labor Party (founded in ), and the battle between the fascists and partisans during the Second World War. Other articles where Bulgarian Socialist Party is discussed: Bulgaria: Communist uprising: The Bulgarian communists, who had declared their neutrality when the coup occurred, were chastised by Moscow and directed to prepare an armed revolt against the Tsankov regime.

The communists’ September Uprising was ruthlessly suppressed and provided Tsankov with a pretext for outlawing the Bulgarian. The Bulgarian Novelist Who Challenged Communist Dogma. By resisting the party was unthinkable if he publishes the second reworked edition of the book not only in Bulgarian.

The reasons for the swift sovietization of Bulgaria are numerous and complex. Sovietization is a multilayered process, which, on the one hand, expresses itself in Soviet infiltration of all levels of the governmental structure, while on the other, goes so far as to apply pressure on and pervade even the most intimate forms of everyday life.

This party became the Bulgarian Communist Party inwhen it affiliated to Bolshevism and the Comintern. From tohe was Secretary of the Trade Unions Federation; in (during World War I) he was elected to the Bulgarian Parliament and opposed the voting of a new war credit, being imprisoned until Died: 2 July (aged 67), Barvikha Sanatorium.

Unissued / unused material. The 5th Congress of the Bulgarian Communist Party, Sofia, Bulgaria. Newsreel item with commentary in Bulgarian. CU the Communist Party symbol pinned onto a. Let me begin with some historical background. During the s Bulgaria was rather well off.

Not compared to the western countries but inside the Comecon. The empty shelves in the shops, for which communist countries were famous for at that time. The early communist era. The consolidation of communist power in Bulgaria was carried out bycoinciding with the completion of the peace treaty with the Allies and the presence of Soviet occupation forces.

In the coalition Fatherland Front government, the communists had control of the interior and judicial ministries, which were crucial in setting up the new state. Party Construction: Textbook. Kuraz, - Communism - pages.

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Starting in and lasting untilBulgaria was officially known as The People’s Republic of Bulgaria. The tiny Bulgarian Communist Party was beholden to the USSR from the start and relied on Soviet military and economic support during these decades.

Todor Zhivkov came to dominate the Bulgarian Communist Party during the s. His rule. This paper describes the way Bulgarian museums developed during the governance of the Bulgarian Communist Party (–).

Communism and Museums in Bulgaria. Berghahn Books, Author: Gabriela Petkova-Campbell. The Bulgarian Communist Party (Bulgarian: Българска Комунистическа Партия; shortened BCP) was the ruling political party in Bulgaria from until The party led a coup against the tsarist government in Todor Zhivkov was leader of the party and Bulgaria from until He was the longest-serving leader of any Eastern Bloc leader: Alexander Lilov.

Probably no Cold War architectural relic is better known to online audiences than Buzludzha, the Bulgarian Communist Party’s long abandoned but awe-inspiring “Monument House,” nestled among the Central Balkan ly closed inwhat CNN recently called a “spaceship-like rotting shrine to communism” has made the rounds among travel blogs and.

According to article 1, "The People's Republic of Bulgaria is a socialist state, headed by the working people of the village and the city. The leading force in society and politics is the Bulgarian Communist Party ". The BCP created an extensive nomenklatura on each organizational l and largest city: Sofia, 42°41′N 23°19′E /.

The former New York-based communist spy leading Bokova’s UN election campaign, Rajko Rajchev, joined the Bulgarian Communist Party inaccording to official records.

Nationalism from the Left: The Bulgarian Communist Party During the Second World War and the Early Post-War Years (Balkan Studies Library) by Yannis Sygkelos (Author) › Visit Amazon's Yannis Sygkelos Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: 3. There are a number of communist parties active in various countries across the world, and a number that used to be active. The formation of communist parties in various countries was first initiated by the formation of the communist Third International by the Russian tedly the most important of these parties were those of the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China.

Exploring the former house-monument of the Bulgarian Communist Party is one of the most exciting explorations I have ever done. The building is located on. Academy achievements activities agricultural ancient artists Balkan Bansko Borovets Botev Bulga Bulgaria Today Bulgarian Communist Party Bulgarian language Bulgarian literature Bulgarian national Bulgarian studies capital cent centre century colour Congress cooperation coun cultural Cyril and Methodius Dimiter Dimitrov economic engineering.

But in communist Bulgaria, money was spent on concrete and bricks like a forced-labour-camp buying cold gruel. The Bulgarian propaganda machine skillfully combined architecture and design with enormous wads of cash to produce a collection of enormous “Pametnik” that are about as subtle as a Cadillac in North Korea.

The Bulgarian Communist Party oversaw the construction of more than large stone, steel, and concrete monuments, spreading the full length and Author: Darmon Richter.

The book is comprised of the four major debates on modern Bulgarian history from Independence in to the fall of communism in The debates are on the Bulgarian–Russian/Soviet relations, on the relations between Agrarians and Communists, on Bulgarian Fascism, and on Communism.

In the Bulgarian Communist Party changed its name to Bulgarian Socialist Party. Part of the radical left wing of the party started several new parties named Bulgarian Communist Party and variations of that name.

They use the former Soviet flag or a plain red flag or versions of the flag of the International Labour Movement. The People's Republic of Bulgaria (PRB) was the official name of the Bulgarian socialist republic that existed from towhen the Bulgarian Communist Party (BCP) was ruling together with the 'oppositional' National Agrarian Party.

InGeorgi Dimitrov, a close friend of Joseph Stalin, became prime minister. Inthe Party severely restricted.

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Bulgarian Communist Party operative Irina Bokova, who currently serves as the chief of UNESCO, is being touted as the “front runner” to lead the United Nations when Secretary-General Ban Ki. The author of seven books, including a critical biography of Todor Zhivkov, a history of Bulgaria’s concentration camps and an examination of the Communist Party’s disastrous economic policies.

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Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on Octo SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Bulgaria's Communist Party leader Todor Zhivkov on Apr 2 is redesignated as head of Bulgarian Communist Party for 5 more yrs, party cong, Sofia; Bulgarian. The House-Monument of the Bulgarian Communist Party was completed infor the 90th anniversary of the Battle of Shipka Pass.

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The project cost in excess of 16 million Bulgarian Levs – that’s something in the region of 10 million US dollars, before you take inflation into account.Afterthe monopoly of power of the Bulgarian Communist Party was dissolved, but the power did not change hands from the elite.

Bulgaria still has a long way to go in coming to terms with its.It was Bulgarian monarchy tillCommunist Party made in power made it Peoples Republic of Bulgaria.

After fall of communist one party rule infrom it is called Republic of.