Bulgarian Journalists: Christian Rakovsky, Petko Slaveykov, Dimitar Inkiow, Maxim Behar, Simeon Radev, Lubomir Stoykov, Veni Markovski
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  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
  • ISBN: 9781155892122, 1155892127
  • Edition: 2010
  • Pages: 26
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Christian Rakovsky, Petko Slaveykov, Dimitar Inkiow, Solomon Goldstein, Simeon Radev, Lubomir Stoykov, Tsvetana Paskaleva, Veni Markovski, Dessislava Roussanova, Nikolay Kolev - Michmana, Ivan Bogorov, Ralitsa Vassileva, Valentin Fortunov, List of Bulgarian journalists, Sevda Shishmanova, Konstantin Fotinov, Alexenia Dimitrova, Elena Yoncheva, Evgenia Kamova, Oggy Boytchev, Svetoslav Ivanov, Ivo Siromahov, Guerguina Dvoretzka, Kosta Shahov, Nadezhda Kehayova, Nikolay Bliznakov. Excerpt: Christian Rakovsky (August 13 1873 - September 11, 1941) was a Bulgarian socialist revolutionary, a Bolshevik politician and Soviet diplomat; he was also noted as a journalist, physician, and essayist. Rakovsky's political career took him throughout the Balkans and into France and Imperial Russia; for part of his life, he was also a Romanian citizen. A lifelong collaborator of Leon Trotsky, he was a prominent activist of the Second International, involved in politics with the Bulgarian Social Democratic Union, Romanian Social Democratic Party, and the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party. Rakovsky was expelled at different times from various countries as a result of his activities, and, during World War I, became a founding member of the Revolutionary Balkan Social Democratic Labor Federation while helping to organize the Zimmerwald Conference. Imprisoned by Romanian authorities, he made his way to Russia, where he joined the Bolshevik Party after the October Revolution, and, as head of the Rumcherod, unsuccessfully attempted to generate a communist revolution in the Kingdom of Romania. Subsequently, he was a founding member of the Comintern, served as head of government in the Ukrainian SSR, and took part in negotiations at the Genoa Conference. He came to oppose Joseph Stalin and rallied with the Left Opposition, being marginaliz...
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  • 2010
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