""¿Vendidos al enemigo?": Disidentes y renegados del comunismo español (1921-1956)"

Abstract : From the hope aroused by the triumph of the first proletarian revolution in history in 1917 and the "heroic communism" of the first years of the Third International, conceived as the global party of the Revolution, to the Great Purges (1936-1937) or the political trials in Popular Democracies (1947-1949), global communism has witnessed major changes. The Spanish Communist Party is no exception to the rule. This paper explains the mechanisms of these changes, also known as stalinization, while focusing on the militants who, for various reasons, deviated between 1925 and 1945 from the "true" political line or ended up challenging Moscow's orthodoxy. Although they became, henceforth, enemies of the party and of the revolution, traitors, heretics, and renegades, some of them kept their old faith after they were excluded from the party. Others chose a radical break with it and didn't hesitate, in the Cold War's bellicose atmosphere, to deny it and fight it, even if it meant providing fighting tools to their old enemies.
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Nuevo mundo - Mundos Nuevos, CERMA, 2009, http://nuevomundo.revues.org/index56330.html
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Marta Ruiz Galbete. ""¿Vendidos al enemigo?": Disidentes y renegados del comunismo español (1921-1956)". Nuevo mundo - Mundos Nuevos, CERMA, 2009, http://nuevomundo.revues.org/index56330.html. 〈hal-01021935〉



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