International Communism and World Revolution: History & Methods

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INDEX
Abakumov, Viktor Semyonovich, 251, 303
Ackermann, Anton, 173
Adler, Friedrich, 42, 76
Adler, Viktor, 20, 21
" Adolf" (see Schelley), 149
Alikhanov, 130, 190
Alpari, Julius, 183
Andersen-Nex, Martin, 186
Anseele, Edouard, 20, 25
Antonov-Ovseyenko, W. A., 193
Antropov, Yurii, 319
Aragon, Louis, 186
Attlee, Clement, 244
Avatin, Michel (see Lambert), 143, 150, 181
Axelrod, Tobia, L., 131
Bakunin, Michael, 19
Balabanova, Angelika, 58, 154, 161
Baldwin, Stanley, 82
Balfour, Arthur, 27
Barbé, Henri, 178
Barbusse, Henri, 121, 186
Bares, Gustav, 235
Bastanovski, Stefan, 217
Bauer, Heinrich, 9
Bauer, Leo, 242
Bauer, Otto, 76
Bebel, August, 10, 16, 17
Becher, Johannes R., 186
Beimler, Hans, 155
Bern, Adolf (alias Schelley), 149, 189
Benes, Eduard, 214
Berg, Lene, 174, 319
Beria, Lavrentia, 251, 259, 303, 317
Berman, Jakob, 7, 174, 235, 242
Bernstein, Edouard, 20, 23, 27
Bersin, Jan, 35, 179
Bevin, Ernest, 222, 244
Bialer, Severyn, 317
Bielov, Andrei, 139, 180
Bierut, Boleslav, 255
Biro, Zoltan, 230
Blagoyev, Dimitur, 139
Blagoyeva, Stella D., 130, 139, 180
Blanqui, Louis Auguste, 9
Bloch, Jean R., 186
Blücher, Vassili Konstantinovitch, 100
Blum, Léon, 117, 118, 244
Bogdanov, 155
Borchardt, Julian, 35
Bordiga, Amadeo, 78, 91
Borkenau, Franz, 130, 205, 226, 228, 247
Borns, Stefan, 13
Borodin (Gruzenberg), Michael, 100-3, 140, 141, 168
Borsig, Ernst von, 166
Bosquet, 14
Böttcher, Paul, 80, 84
Botzenhard, Johannes, 166, 168
Brandler, Heinrich, 72, 80-85, 86, 107, 115, 346
Brandsen, Bertus, 313
Brecht, Bertolt, 186, 190
Bronski (alias Warszawski), 140, 141, 159
Brousse, Paul, 20
Browder, Earl, 101, 283
Buber-Neumann, Margarete, 133, 155, 163
Bubnov, Andrei S., 102
Budenz, Louis F., 160
Bukharin, Nikolai, 45, 76, 79, 95, 105, 106, 107, 126, 173, 189, 260, 298
Bulganin, Nikolai, 252, 258, 270, 276
Cachin, Marcel, 53, 122
Campbell, John R., 198
Cance, René, 164, 165
Carr, Sam, 173, 206
Castro Delgado, Enrique, 127, 128, 205
Chakaya, Misha, 54
Chamberlain, Neville, 198
Chernomordik, 130, 190
Chervenkoff, Vulko, 130, 172, 217, 235
Chiang Kai-shek, 100-3, 105, 200, 304
Chicherin, Georgi W., 42
Chou En Lai, 282, 314-5
Codovila, Vittorio, 137
Cohen, Rose, 189
Comte, Auguste, 27
Contreras, Carlos (see Vidali, Vittorio), 192, 193
Copic, Vlada, 190
Costa, Andreas, 20
Cremet, Jean, 178
Cripps, Sir Stafford, 120
Cuno, Wilhelm, 80, 195
Dahlem, Franz, 92
Daladier, Edouard, 115
Dange, Shripat Amrit, 309
Darwin, Charles, 27
Däumig, Ernst, 68
David, Eduard, 29
David, Fritz, 190
Dedijer, Vladimir, 207, 213, 215, 229, 248

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