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The Diary of Georgi Dimitrov, 1933-1949 FB2 iBook EPUB 978-0300097948
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  • Título Original: The Diary of Georgi Dimitrov, 1933-1949
  • Autor del libro: Georgi Dimitrov
  • ISBN: 978-0300097948
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:560
  • Realese fecha:1997-01-09
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Georgi Dimitrov (1882-1949) was a high-ranking Bulgarian and Soviet official, one of the most prominent leaders of the international communist movement and a trusted member of Stalin's inner circle. Accused by the Nazis of setting the Reichstag fire in 1933, he successfully defended himself at the Leipzig Trial and thereby became an international symbol of resistance to Na Georgi Dimitrov (1882-1949) was a high-ranking Bulgarian and Soviet official, one of the most prominent leaders of the international communist movement and a trusted member of Stalin's inner circle. Accused by the Nazis of setting the Reichstag fire in 1933, he successfully defended himself at the Leipzig Trial and thereby became an international symbol of resistance to Nazism. Stalin appointed him head of the Communist International (Comintern) in 1935, and he held this position until the Comintern's dissolution in 1943. After the end of World War II, Dimitrov returned to Bulgaria and became its first communist premier.