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List of delegates of the 1st Comintern congress

This is a list of delegates to the first congress of the Comintern. The founding congress that established the Communist International was held in Moscow from 2 March 1919 to 6 March 1919.[1]

Contents

Full delegates[1]Edit

Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks)Edit

Six delegates shared five votes:

Communist Party of GermanyEdit

One delegate held five votes:

Socialist Labor Party of AmericaEdit

One delegate held five votes:

Communist Party of German AustriaEdit

Two delegates shared three votes:

Balkan Revolutionary Social Democratic FederationEdit

One delegate held three votes:

Communist Party of FinlandEdit

Five delegates shared three votes:

Communist Party of HungaryEdit

One delegate held three votes:

Norwegian Labour PartyEdit

One delegate held three votes:

Communist Party of PolandEdit

One delegate held three votes:

Social Democratic Left Party of SwedenEdit

One delegate held three votes:

Swiss Social Democratic Party (Opposition)Edit

One delegate held three votes:

Communist Party of UkraineEdit

Two delegate shared three votes:

Communist Party of ArmeniaEdit

One delegate held a single vote:

United Group of the Eastern Peoples of RussiaEdit

Five delegates shared a single vote:

Communist Party of EstoniaEdit

One delegate held a single vote:

Zimmerwald Left of FranceEdit

One delegate held a single vote:

Communist Party of the German Colonists in RussiaEdit

One delegate held a single vote:

Communist Party of LatviaEdit

One delegate held a single vote:

Communist Party of Lithuania and BelorussiaEdit

One delegate held a single vote:

Consultative delegates[1]Edit

ReferencesEdit

See alsoEdit