List of delegates of the 1st Comintern congress


List of delegates of the 1st Comintern congress

This is a list of delegates to the first congress of the Comintern. The conference, which founded the communist international, was held in Moscow from 2 March 1919 – 6 March 1919. [http://www.marxisthistory.org/subject/usa/eam/ci-congress19delegates.html DELEGATES TO THE FOUNDING CONGRESS OF THE COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL] ]


=Full delegates=

Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks)

Six delegates shared five votes:

*Vladimir Lenin
*Leon Trotsky
*Gregory Zinoviev
*Joseph Stalin
*Nikolai Bukharin
*Georgy Chicherin

Communist Party of Germany

One delegate held five votes:

*Hugo Eberlein

Socialist Labor Party of America

One delegate held five votes:

*Boris Reinstein

Communist Party of German Austria

Two delegates shared three votes:

*Karl Steinhardt
*K. Petin

Balkan Revolutionary Social Democratic Federation

One delegate held three votes:

*Christian Rakovsky

Communist Party of Finland

Five delegates shared three votes:

*Yrjö Sirola
*Kullervo Manner
*Otto Kuusinen
*Jukka Rahja
*Eino Rahja

Communist Party of Hungary

One delegate held three votes:

*Endre Rudnyanszky

Norwegian Social Democratic Party

One delegate held three votes:

*Emil Stang

Communist Party of Poland

One delegate held three votes:

*Józef Unszlicht


=Social Democratic Left Party of Sweden=

One delegate held three votes:

*Otto Grimlund

Swiss Social Democratic Party (Opposition)

One delegate held three votes:

*Fritz Platten

Communist Party of Ukraine

Two delegate shared three votes:

*N. A. Skrypnik
*S. I. Gopner

Communist Party of Armenia

One delegate held a single vote:

*Gurgen Haikun

United Group of the Eastern Peoples of Russia

Five delegates shared a single vote:

*Mahomet Altimirov
*Hussein Bekentayev
*Kasim Kasimov
*Burhan Mansurov
*Gaziz Yalymov

Communist Party of Estonia

One delegate held a single vote:

*Hans Pöögelmann

Zimmerwald Left of France

One delegate held a single vote:

*Henri Guilbeaux

Communist Party of the German Colonists in Russia

One delegate held a single vote:

*Gustav Klinger

Communist Party of Latvia

One delegate held a single vote:

*Karl Gailis

Communist Party of Lithuania and Belorussia

One delegate held a single vote:

*Kazimir Gedris


=Consultative delegates=

Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks)

*V. V. Obolensky
*V. V. Vorovsky

Bulgarian Communist Group

*Stojan Dyorov

Central Bureau of Eastern Peoples

*Mir Jafar Baghirov (Azerbaijani Section)
*Tengiz Zhgenti (Georgian Section)
*Mirza Davud Bagir-Uglu Gusseinov (Persian Section)
*Gaziz Yalymov (Turkestan Section)
*Mustafa Suphi (Turkish Section)

Chinese Socialist Workers Party

*Liu Shao-zhou
*Zhang Yong-kui

Czech Communist Group

* Jaroslav Handlíř

French Communist Group

*Jacques Sadoul

British Communist Group

*Joseph Fineberg

Korean Workers League

*Kain

Dutch Social Democratic Group

*S. J. Rutgers

Swiss Communist Group

*Leonie Kascher

Socialist Propaganda League of America

*S. J. Rutgers

Yugoslav Communist Group

*Iliya Milkic

Zimmerwald Committee

*Angelica Balabanova

References

ee also

*List of delegates of the 2nd Comintern congress


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