Georgi Dimitrov bibliography

Georgi Dimitrov (June 18, 1882 – July 2, 1949) was a Bulgarian communist politician. He was the first communist leader of Bulgaria, from 1946 to 1949. Dimitrov led the Comintern (Communist International) under Stalin from 1934 to 1943. He was a theorist of capitalism who expanded Lenin's ideas by arguing that fascism was the dictatorship of the most reactionary elements of financial capitalism.

This is a Georgi Dimitrov bibliography, including writings, speeches, letters and others.

WritingsEdit

 
Dimitrov in the 1930s.

This is a list of selected writings:

Writing Year Text
After May Day 1906 English
The Need of Trade Unions in Bulgaria and Their Organization 1907 English
Bulgaria's Economic Development 1910 English
The Budapest Resolution 1911 English
Towards Unity! 1914 English
Against Military Credits 1914 English
The Significance of the Second Balkan Conference 1915 English
The Small Nations 1917 English
The Right Road 1918 English
No Pardon, but Amnesty 1918 English
Lenin to the Workers in Europe and America 1919 English
The Tasks of the Trade Unions 1920 English
Third Anniversary of the Russian Revolution 1920 English
The United Workes' Front 1923 English
Five Years: The Bulgarian Communist Party and the Communist International 1924 English
The European War and the Labour Movement in the Balkans 1924 English
Dimitrov vs. Göbbels 1933 English
The Fascist Offensive and the Tasks of the Communist International 1935 English
Unity of the Working Class against Fascism 1935 English
Youth Against Facism 1935 English
The People's Front 1935 English
Fascism is War 1937 English
Notes on the Chinese Question 1937 English
Policy Declaration of the New Fatherland Front Government 1946 English
Concluding Speech before the 5th Congress of the BCP 1948 English

SpeechesEdit

Speech Year Transcript
Speech on the Chinese Question 1936 English
Speech on the Chinese Question 1937 English

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