Part 9 of a nine-part series on auxiliary organizations of the Communist International. Launched in  1923 in Moscow, the Peasant International, or Krestintern, was at least in organizational terms perhaps the least successful of the auxiliary bodies built by the Communist International (Comintern). Within two years of its foundation, attention to the Peasant International “visibly […]

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