National Conference of the Romanian Communist Party

December 14-16, 1987.
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Romanian News Agency , Bucharest
Partidul Comunist Român -- Congre
LC ClassificationsJN9639.A57 P3519 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. ;
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Open LibraryOL1602104M
LC Control Number91137709

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Report concerning the measures for perfecting the management and planning of the national economy and for improving the administrative-territorial organization of Romania, delivered at the National Conference of the Romanian Communist Party, December 6, [Nicolae Ceaușescu; Partidul Comunist Român.].

Book Description. Communism has cast a long shadow over Romania. The passage of little over a quarter of a century since the overthrow in December of Romania’s last Communist leader, Nicolae Ceaușescu, offers a symbolic standpoint from which to penetrate that shadow and to throw light upon the entire period of Communist rule in the country.

Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ceaușescu, Nicolae. Report of the Central Committee on the activity of the Romanian Communist Party in the period between the tenth and the eleventh congress, and the future tasks of the Party, Novem 4 “Romania doesn’t need a museum of Communism, but a museum of the fight against Communism,” Adrian ; 2 We will argue that these discourses about Communism are actually discourses about anti-Communism, that is: the struggle against Communism in Romania.4 One of the main characteristics of the discourse on the communist past has been the attempt to distance, or alienate, this past and to Cited by: 2.

Report of the National Conference of the Romanian Communist Party. 16–18 an National Archives Google Scholar Report on the Feature Film Production of and the Projected Thematic Plan for the Production. 13 February.

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This book presents examples of communist attempts to co-opt nationalism from both sides of the iron curtain and lays bare the striking similarities between such diverse cases as the socialist patriotism of the Bulgarian Communist Party and the national line of the Portuguese communists, between Romanian communist nation building and the.

Between andthe Romanian Communist Party (PCR) took several steps in order to transform the Romanian women into political actors. The first direction of action was the creation of a.

Rumania. Exterior of the great hall of the Republic's Palace. People entering the hall for the conference. Various shots of a large group of Rumanian communist party members led. Romanian Communist Party conference held in Bucharest in the Republic`s Palace.

I do NOT own this video, I got it at the site National Communism in Romania is a term referring to a form of nationalism promoted in Communist Romania between the early s and ; the term itself was not used by the Communist regime.

Having its origins in Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej's political emancipation from the Soviet Union, it was greatly developed by Nicolae Ceaușescu, who began inthrough his July Theses manifesto, a. Speech at the joint solemn session of the Central Committe of the Romanian Communist Party, the Grand National Assembly and the National Council of Act of Aug Aug [Nicolae CeausÌ|escu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Nicolae CeausÌ|escu.

Try the new Google Books eBook - FREE. Get this book in print Members Mihai Ministry Mircea Nicolae Nov 76 Nov Organizations Pavel People's Council Petre Petru Planning Popa Popescu Radu Relations Romanian Communist Party Sciences Sector Stefan Directory of Officials of the Socialist Republic of Romania A Reference aid - National.

The title of the book, he explained, was meant to convey just this ability of the Romanian Communist leadership to survive the changing seasons in the communist movement. He went further on to say that what on the outside appeared as Ceausescu's stand against the Soviets in the Summer ofwas the re-emergence of Ceausescu's personal Stalinism.

During the establishment of the new socialist regime in Romania, “in order for visual artists to be it was felt necessary to create a new form of organization, a new organism that [would] become an active factor in the work of culturalization of the masses, and for the development of creation.”(“Introductory remarks for the future Country Conference of the Romanian Artists’ Union.

The downfall of Romania's Communist Regime. On November 15th,an anti-communist riot in Brasov announced the imminent downfall of the regime. Everything started on the night of November 14th with a strike, at the enterprise of Trucks Brasov, and continued with a march in front of the Council of the Romanian Communist Party.

Even though. held in The National Archives of Romania. Secondary literature contains mainly books on Soviet Union models of censorship, the Romanian case being poorly treated.

But in many aspects the logic behind the functioninof Romanian censorship was similar to g the Soviet pattern, which at the very beginning provided the archetype. Romania - Romania - Communist Romania: During the three years after the overthrow of Antonescu, a struggle for power took place between the democratic parties, which held fast to the Western political tradition, and the Communist Party, which was committed to the Soviet model.

The communists, though they had few supporters, came to power in the spring of because the Soviet Union had.

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The Romanian Communist Party (Romanian: Partidul Comunist Român, PCR) was a communist political party in Romania.

Successor to the Bolshevik wing of the Socialist Party of Romania, it gave ideological endorsement to communist revolution and the disestablishment of Greater PCR was a minor and illegal grouping for much of the interwar period, and submitted to direct. Chronological History of Romania Constantin C.

Giurescu, Horia C. Matei, Marcel D. Popa, Comisia Națională a Republicii Socialiste România pentru UNESCO, Nicolae Stoicescu (historien) Editura enciclopedică română, National Commission of the Socialist Republic of Romania for UNESCO, - Civilization, Ancient - pages.

The author has written the book using previously unavailable source materials, including documents from the Romanian National Archives, the former archives of the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, the archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Romanian Military Archives.

The book also includes appendixes presenting. Romanian Communist Leader Ceausescu and His Wife Were Executed Nicolae Ceausescu, leader of the Romanian Communist Party, left behind a legacy of a crazed, cruel dictatorship. Inhe promulgated The Great Romanian Typewriter Decree to control typewriters as if they were murder weapons.

Importantly, Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, a communist, became General Secretary of the Romanian Workers’ Party. The new party grew rapidly: before Augustit had at most 1, members, in April it had more t, in June reachedand by February the party had over a million members.

Romania - Romania - National communism: The decade of the s brought a period of relaxation at home and defiance of the Soviet Union in international relations. Although no genuine political liberalization took place and there was no retreat from the fundamentals of the Stalinist economic model, the intrusiveness of the regime in individual lives was curtailed.

The books represent the analysis of the authors and should not Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Romanian Communist Party by the National Salvation Front, the. These documents were previously held by the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party.

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum International Archives Project acquired microfilm copies from the Romanian National Archives and transferr ed the film with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives in Aug.and accretion in.

This new book by Lavinia Stan illuminates why the process of facing up to the communist past has been so difficult in Romania, a country that was subjected to extreme tyranny during the Stalinist era (–) and that remained under dic-tatorial rule throughout the communist period, even after the worst of the Stalinist.

Romanian Communism). Any thoroughgoing analysis of the post-communist elites in Romania need s to consider the legacies of national communism.' Many of the major political actors, including Ion Iliescu, were active in the first and second echelons of the Romanian Communist Party an d.

The national currency, the leu, has fallen from an official rate of 11 to the dollar into 25, this year. The consequences for Romanians are brutal, even by Balkan standards. Romania under Communist Rule (Bucharest: Civic Academy Foundation,).

6 ‘Statement on the Stand of the Romanian Workers’ Party Concerning the Problems of the World Communist and Working Class Movement’ (Scânteia/The Spark, Ap ). It has been argued that the inception of the Romanian separation from the Soviet.

An equivalent of presidential election was held in the Socialist Republic of Romania between December On DecemberRomanian Communist Party held its National Conference in Bucharest. Chivu Stoica announced in the meeting of 7 December his resignation from the office of President of the State Council and a proposal that this office should be held by the same person .Freedom of association.

Refusal to register on the list of political parties, a party claiming to be a successor to the communist party that ruled Romania. A first-shorter version of this paper, published in Proceedings of The 6-th National Conference on Earthquake Engineering and 2-nd National Conference on Earthquake Engineering and Seismology, Bucharest, Romania, June 14–17,was co-authored with Dr.

Karin Steinbrueck, Independent Scholar, Evanston, IL, USA.