2 edition of National Conference of the Romanian Communist Party, July 19-21, 1972: documents. found in the catalog.
National Conference of the Romanian Communist Party, July 19-21, 1972: documents.
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Translation of Conferința națională a Partidului Comunist Român.
|LC Classifications||JN9639.A57 A76 1972a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||73165353|
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The July Theses (Romanian: Tezele din iulie) is a name commonly given to a speech delivered by Romanian leader Nicolae Ceaușescu on July 6,before the Executive Committee of the Romanian Communist Party (PCR). Its full name was Propuneri de măsuri pentru îmbunătățirea activității politico-ideologice, de educare marxist-leninistă a membrilor de partid, a tuturor.
National Conference of the Romanian Communist Party, Julydocuments; Resolutions: political resolution: on party organisation: on the international situation, the world c Documents adopted by the International Conference of Communist and Workers' Parties (Moscow, June The Romanian Communist Party (Romanian: Partidul Comunist Român, [pɑrˈtidul kɔmunˈist rɔˈmɨn], PCR) was a communist party in sor to the pro-Bolshevik wing of the Socialist Party of Romania, it gave ideological endorsement to a communist revolution to overthrow the Kingdom of PCR was a minor and illegal grouping for much of the Ideology: Communism, Marxism–Leninism.
The Romanian Communist Party at Its 9th Congress, July Modernization or Bureaucratism Lansarea unui proiect al dezvoltării: Conferinţa Naţională a P.C.R., iulie Launching a National Development Project: Romanian Communist Party’s Conference of July Author: Alexandru-Murad Mironov.
At head of title: National Conference of the Romanian Communist Party, JulyTranslation of Reportul cu privire la dezvoltarea economico-socială a României în următorii ani și în perspectivă. Description: pages 20 cm: Other Titles. The Romanian Communist Party (Romanian; Moldavian; Moldovan: Partidul Comunist Român, in Romanian; Moldavian; Moldovan pronounced as /pɑrˈtidul kɔmunˈist rɔˈmɨn/, PCR) was a communist party in Romania.
Successor to the pro-Bolshevik wing of the Socialist Party of Romania, it gave ideological endorsement to a communist revolution to overthrow the Kingdom of Romania. The Romanian Revolution (Romanian: Revoluția Română) was a series of riots and protests in Romania in December These were part of the Revolutions of that occurred in several Warsaw Pact countries.
The Romanian Revolution started in the city of Timișoara and soon spread throughout the country. It ultimately resulted in the violent overthrow and execution of.
The Romanian Revolution (Romanian: Revoluția Română) was a period of violent civil unrest in Romania during December as a part of the Revolutions of that occurred in several countries. The Romanian Revolution started in the city of Timișoara and soon spread throughout the country, ultimately culminating in the show trial and execution of longtime Communist Party Location: Romania, Arad, Brașov.