- Zimmerwald Left
The Zimmerwald Left was a
revolutionaryminority fraction at the Zimmerwald Peace Conference of 1915, headed by Lenin. The Left of the Zimmerwald Congress was made up of eight out of 38 people: Lenin, Zinoviev(Russia), J.A. Berzin(Latvia), Karl Radek(Poland), Julian Borkhat(Germany), Fritz Platten(Switzerland), Zeth Höglundand Ture Nerman(Sweden). It was the first step towards forming what would later become the Communist International.
* [http://www.marxists.org/glossary/orgs/z/i.htm Zimmerwald Left, MIA]
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