In this issue contributors explore the twentieth-century history of communism with regard to the possibilities and limitations of local communisms.
Introduction: Local communisms within a global movement
Comparing local communisms
Bastions, black spots and other variations: in and beyond the specificities of the Little Moscow
Also in this issue
Disputed memory: the Munich Council Republic and the KPD’s politics of history
Communists and French railway workers, 1920-1934: the Parisian Leadership of the Cheminots Unitaires
‘Not completely Communist’: regionalism and the Spanish Communist Party, 1920-1941
Canadian Communists and the politics of nature in British Columbia, 1937-1956
Communists and Muslims: the years of alliance
Ben Fowkes and Bülent Gökay
Sovietisation in Uzbekistan 1980-1991: success or failure?
Sevket Akyildiz and Richard Carlson
‘Little Moscows’ revisited. What we can learn from French and German cases
Scottish Communism 1962-91: from re-growth to extinction – a view from the inside
Changes to Twentieth Century Communism
From 2014 Twentieth Century Communism
will be published twice yearly, in January and June. The journal continues to attract a wide range of high-quality contributions, and pressure of space has meant that some articles have had to be held over from the present issue. Moving to twice-yearly publications will allow us to accommodate a wider range of material.
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