Partido Komunista ng Unyong Sobyetiko

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Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Коммунистическая партия Советского Союза
NagtatagVladimir Lenin
LeadersCollective leadership
Islogan"Workers of the world, unite!"[a]
Itinatag8 Marso 1918 (1918-03-08)[1]
Humalili saBolshevik faction of the RSDLP
Sinundan ngUCP–CPSU[2]
Punong-tanggapan4 Staraya Square, Moscow
PahayaganPravda[3]
Pangakabataang BagwisLittle Octobrists, Komsomol[4]
Pioneer wingYoung Pioneers[5]
Bilang ng kasapiStraight Line Steady.svg 19,487,822 (early 1989 Padron:Estimation)
PalakuruanCommunism
Marxism–Leninism[6][7][8]
Posisyong pampolitikaFar-left[9][10]
Kasapaing pandaigdigSecond International (1912–14)[11]
Comintern (1919–43)[12]
Cominform (1947–56)[13]
Political allianceBloc of Communists and Non-Partisans (1936–91)[14][15]
Opisyal na kulay     Red[16]
Logo
КПСС.svg

Ang Partido Komunista ng Unyong Sobyetiko (Ruso: Коммунистическая партия Советского Союза, tr. Kommunisticheskaya partiya Sovetskogo Soyuza), dinadaglat bilang PKUS (Ruso: КПСС, tr. KPSS), ay ang naglingkod bilang partidong tagapagtatag at tagapamahala ng Unyong Sobyetiko.


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  1. August 1903 (faction of the RSDLP)
    January 1912 (split with RSDLP)
    May 1917 (separate VII congress held)
    March 1918 (official name change)
  2. March, Luke (2002). The Communist Party in Post-Soviet Russia (sa Ingles). Manchester University Press. pa. 20. ISBN 9780719060441.
  3. Merrill, John C. and Harold A. Fisher. The world's great dailies: profiles of fifty newspapers (1980) pp 242–49
  4. Britannica Komsomol article
  5. Lewis Stegelbaum and Andrei Sokolov, Stalinism As A Way Of Life, p374 ISBN 0-300-08480-3
  6. Sakwa 1990, p. 206.
  7. Lansford, Thomas (2007). Communism. New York: Cavendish Square Publishing. p. 17. ISBN 978-0761426288.
  8. Evans, Alfred B. (1993). Soviet Marxism-Leninism: The Decline of an Ideology. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO. pp. 1–2. ISBN 9780275947637.
  9. March, Luke (2009). "Contemporary Far Left Parties in Europe: From Marxism to the Mainstream?" (PDF). IPG. 1: 126–143 – sa pamamagitan ni/ng Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
  10. "Left". Encyclopædia Britannica (sa Ingles). 2009-04-15. Kinuha noong 2022-05-22. communism is a more radical leftist ideology.
  11. "2nd International Congress of Brussels, 1891". www.marxists.org.
  12. Legvold, Robert (2007). Russian Foreign Policy in the Twenty-First Century and the Shadow of the Past. Columbia University Press. pa. 408. ISBN 9780231512176. However, the USSR created an entirely new dimension of interwar European reality, one in which Russia devised rules of the game and set the agenda, namely, the Comintern.
  13. Healey, Denis. "The Cominform and World Communism". International Affairs. 24, 3: 339–349.
  14. Кимерлинг А. С. Индивидуальная форма политической презентации власти в позднюю сталинскую эпоху // «Майские чтения» 2006 — ежегодная Всероссийская конференция, проводимая кафедрой культурологии Пермского государственного технического университета
  15. Избирательное законодательство и выборы в 1937-1987 гг.
  16. Adams, Sean; Morioka, Noreen; Stone, Terry Lee (2006). Color Design Workbook: A Real World Guide to Using Color in Graphic Design. Gloucester, Mass.: Rockport Publishers. pa. 86. ISBN 159253192X. OCLC 60393965.