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Central Committee elected by the 6th Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (Bolsheviks)

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The Central Committee (CC) composition was elected by the 6th Congress, and sat from 3 August 1917 until 8 March 1918. The CC 1st Plenary Session established the Narrow Composition (abolished October 1917), the Politburo (abolished November 1917) and the Bureau (established in November 1917), while sanctioning the establishment of the Secretariat on the orders of the Narrow Composition.

Central Committee elected
by the 6th Congress
Duration3 August 1917 – 8 March 1918
Technical SecretaryElena Stasova
Members21 full and 10 candidates

Contents

KeysEdit

  Indicates that the individual is female.
BY Birth year.
DY Death year.
PM Party membership (when the individual joined the party).
NC Narrow Composition member.
PB Politburo member.
B Bureau member.
SC Secretariat member.

MeetingsEdit

MembersEdit

FullEdit

Name
Cyrillic
BY DY PM Ethnicity Portrait First post held
(during term)
CIM
Jānis Bērziņš-Ziemelis
Ян Берзиньш-Зиемелис
1881 1938 1902 Latvian   Member, Central Committee Committee of the Social-Democracy of the Latvian Territory
Andrei Bubnov
Андрей Бубнов
1884 1938 1903 Russian   Member, Collegium of the People's Commissariat for Railways of the Russian SFSR NC, PB
Nikolai Bukharin
Никола́й Буха́рин
1888 1938 1906 Russian   Editor-in-chief, Pravda
Felix Dzerzhinsky
Фе́ликс Дзержи́нский
1877 1926 1906 Polish   Chairman, All-Russian Emergency Commission for Combating Counter-Revolution and Sabotage
Member, Collegium of the People's Commissar for Interior Affairs of the Russian SFSR
NC, SC
Lev Kamenev
Лев Ка́менев
1883 1936 1901 Russian Jewish[1]   Chairman, Central Executive Committee of the All-Russian Congress of Soviets PB
Alexandra Kollontai
Алекса́ндра Коллонта́й
1872 1952 1915 Russian    People's Commissar for Social Welfare of the Russian SFSR
Nikolay Krestinsky
Никола́й Крести́нский
1883 1938 1901 Russian   Deputy Chief Commissioner, People's Bank of the Russian SFSR
Chairman, Yekaterinburg Military Revolutionary Committee
Vladimir Lenin
Владимир Ленин
1870 1924 1898 Russian   Chairman, Council of People's Commissars of the Russian SFSR PB, B
Vladimir Milyutin
Владимир Милютин
1884 1937 1910 Russian   People's Commissar for Agriculture of the Russian SFSR NC
Matvei Muranov
Матвей Муранов
1873 1959 1904 Ukrainian   Deputy People's Commissar for Interior Affairs of the Russian SFSR
Member, Collegium of the People's Commissar for Interior Affairs of the Russian SFSR
NC, SC
Viktor Nogin
Ви́ктор Ноги́н
1878 1924 1898 Russian   People's Commissar for Trade and Industry of the Russian SFSR
Alexei Rykov
Алексей Рыков
1881 1938 1899 Russian   People's Commissar for Interior Affairs of the Russian SFSR
Member, Collegium of the People's Commissar for Interior Affairs of the Russian SFSR
"Artyom" Fyodor Sergeyev
Фёдор Серге́ев
1895 1921 1914 Russian   Chairman, General Secretariat of Ukraine
Stepan Shahumyan
Степан Шаумян
1878 1918 1898 Armenian   Council of People's Commissars Representative in the Caucasus
Chairman, Executive Committee of the Baku City Soviet
NC
Ivar Smilga
Ивар Смилга
1892 1938 1907 Latvian   Council of People's Commissars Representative in Finland
Chairman, Regional Executive Committee of the Army, Fleet, and Workers of Finland
Grigori Sokolnikov
Григорий Сокольников
1888 1939 1905 Russian Jewish[2]   Deputy Commissar, State Bank of the Russian SFSR
Member, Executive Committee of the Petrograd City Soviet
NC, PB
Joseph Stalin
Ио́сиф Ста́лин
1878 1953 1898 Georgian   People's Commissar for Nationalities of the Russian SFSR NC, PB, B
Yakov Sverdlov
Я́ков Миха́йлович Свердло́в
1885 1919 1901 Russian Jewish[3]   Chairman, Central Executive Committee of the All-Russian Congress of Soviets NC, SC, B
Leon Trotsky
Лев Тро́цкий
1879 1940 1917 Russian Jewish[4]

 

People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Russian SFSR PB, B
Moisei Uritsky
Моисей Урицкий
1873 1918 1917 Russian Jewish[5]   Member, Collegium of the People's Commissar for Interior Affairs of the Russian SFSR NC
Grigory Zinoviev
Григо́рий Зино́вьев
1883 1936 1901 Russian Jewish[6]

 

Chairman, Executive Committee of the Petrograd City Soviet PB

CandidatesEdit

Name
Cyrillic
BY DY PM Ethnicity Portrait First post held
(during term)
CIM
Prokofy Dzhaparidze
Прокофий Джапаридзе
1880 1918 1898 Georgian   Chairman, Executive Committee of the Baku City Soviet
Adolph Joffe
Адо́льф Абра́мович Ио́ффе
1883 1927 1910 Russian Karaite[7]

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Member, Petrograd Military Revolutionary Committee NC, SC
Aleksei Kiselyov
Алексей Киселёв
1879 1937 1898 Russian   Member, Collegium of the Central Bureau for Prisoners of War and Refugees
Georgy Oppokov
Гео́ргий Оппо́ков
1888 1938 1903 Russian   People's Commissar for Justice
Member, Moscow Military Revolutionary Committee
Yevgeni Preobrazhensky
Евге́ний Преображе́нский
1886 1937 1903 Russian   Deputy Chairman, Executive Committee of the Chita Regional Soviet
Mykola Skrypnyk
Микола Скрипник
1872 1933 1898 Ukrainian   People's Secretary of Labour and Industry of the Ukrainian SSR
Member, Petrograd Military Revolutionary Committee
Elena Stasova
Еле́на Ста́сова
1873 1966 1898 Russian    Technical Secretary, Central Committee NC, SC
Varvara Yakovleva
Варвара Яковлева
1884 1941 1904 Russian    Secretary, Moscow Regional Bureau

ProspectiveEdit

Name
Cyrillic
BY DY PM Ethnicity Portrait First post held
(during term)
Valerian Osinsky
Валериан Оболенский
1887 1938 1907 Russian
Chief Commissioner, State Bank of the Russian SFSR
Member, Kharkiv Military Revolutionary Committee
Ivan Teodorovich
Ива́н Теодо́рович
1875 1937 1898 Polish   People's Commissar for Food of the Russian SFSR

ReferencesEdit

GeneralEdit

Plenary sessions, apparatus heads, ethnicity (by clicking on the individual names on "The Central Committee elected by the VIth Party Congress (b) 3 (16) .8.1917 members" reference), the Central Committee full- and candidate membership, Bureau membership, Secretariat membership and Orgburo membership were taken from these sources:

BibliographyEdit

SourcesEdit

  1. ^ Lindemann, Albert S. Esau's Tears: Modern Anti-Semitism and the Rise of the Jews. Cambridge University Press. p. 430. ISBN 0-521-79538-9.
  2. ^ "Сокольников Григорий Яковлевич". www.hrono.ru.
  3. ^ Slezkine, Yuri (2011). The Jewish Century. Princeton University Press. ISBN 978-0691127606.
  4. ^ Deutscher, Isaac (1970). The Prophet Armed Trotsky: 1879–1921. Oxford University Press. pp. 6–7. ISBN 978-0-19-281064-9.
  5. ^ Haupt, Georges & Marie, Jean-Jacques (1974). Makers of the Russian Revolution. London: George Allen & Unwin. p. 415. ISBN 9780801408090.
  6. ^   Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1922). "Zinoviev, Grigori" . Encyclopædia Britannica (12th ed.). London & New York.
  7. ^ Lindemann, Albert (1997). Esau's Tears: Modern Anti-Semitism and the Rise of the Jews. Cambridge University Press. p. 430. ISBN 9780521593694.