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Jewish Communist Union (Poalei Zion)

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Jewish Communist Union (Poalei Zion)

Jewish Communist Union (Poalei Zion), Komverband was the name taken by the Left World Union of Poalei Zion in 1921. Komverband had members in Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Austria, Italy, Poland and other countries.[1] In 1922 Komverband shifted its headquarters from Vienna to Danzig, in preparation for a party conference. At that conference the communists were expelled from the organization, and the Left Poalei Zion retook its former shape.

Section of Komverband included:

See also


  • East European Jewish Affairs, Vol. 34, No. 2, Winter 2004, pp. 151–170
  1. ^ Политические партии России: конец XIX - первая треть XX века. М., 1996.
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