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Nationalism from the Left

The Bulgarian Communist Party during the Second World War and the Early Post-War Years


Yannis Sygkelos

'Nationalism from the Left' analyses the case of the BCP as a Marxist institution which increasingly adopted and adapted nationalism; it contributes to the examination of the relatively underresearched field of communist national propaganda, as only in the last decade, have researchers become interested in this topic. It explains the reasons for this and provides evidence of the Party’s nationalism across a number of spheres of political life: domestic and foreign policy, school text books, historiography, festivities and symbols. Thus, the Marxist nationalist discourse of the BCP was all-encompassing. In contrast to many works on national communist parties, 'Nationalism from the Left' identifies many international parallels and presents an historical introduction to the reconciliation of Marxism and nationalism.


A R T I C L E S MARTINE DEL GIUDICE B a k u n i n ' s "Preface to Hegel's 'Gymnasium L e c t u r e s ' ": The P r o b l e m o f A l i e n a t i o n a n d the Reconciliation with R e a l i t y * The first product o f Russian Hegelianism, which served to establish its author's reputation as the


R A Y M O N D T. M c N A L L Y (Chestnut Hill, MA, U.S.A.) TWO CATHOLIC SLAVOPHILES?: IVAN S. GAGARIN AND AUGUST VON HAXTHAUSEN IN SEARCH O F CHURCH RECONCILIATION (1857-1860)* The main purpose o f this article is to trace chronologically and analyze historically the special efforts of Prince

Roger Hamburg

: From Rivalry to Reconciliation. Edited by G e o r g e G i n s b e : g s , Alvin Z. Ru- binstein, a n d O l e s M. Smolansky. A r m o n k , NY: M. E. Sharpe, 1993. xii, 3 4 2 pp. $ 6 5 . 0 0 cloth; $ 2 1 . 9 5 p a p e r . This wide ranging study is the product of a conference at the university of

Robert Weiner

a government of national reconciliation that would include the historic parties, contrary to the Soviet line that the leaders of these parties should be imprisoned. Furthermore, Pauker had also alienated Dej because she tried to protect Lucretiu Patrascanu , a leading Roma- nian communist

Danielle Ross

large part to Russian officials’ biases. In the tenth chapter, Tuna emphasizes that, despite conflicts between the Russian government and its Muslims, the flexible imperial structure continued to provide opportunities for cooperation and reconciliation. Imperial Russia’s Muslims , together with James H

Gary Rosenshield

exception of the murderer) and when it will do significant harm to the innocent? "So loss o f active love, lack of reconciliation, resentment for those left alive - these are the immediate harsh realities of the 'mysterious stranger' episode, which Dostoevsky is careful neither to soften or resolve

Ann M. Kleimola

Monasteries. In October he went to Staritsa for celebratory banquets with his cousin Vladimir Andreevich. 3 In what R. G. Skrynnikov saw as a “sign of final reconciliation,” 4 Ivan allowed Evfrosin’ia/Evdokiia to arrange her “household” ( obikhod ) as she wished and provided for her retainers’ annual