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Khrushchev and Soviet History

November 9, 2018


By Moni Guha Reviewing Victor Hugo’s biography of Napoleon, Karl Marx wrote in the preface to his book, ‘The Eighteenth Brumaire’- ‘The event itself appears in his work like a bolt from the blue. He sees in it only the violent act of a single individual. He does not notice that he makes this individual […]

Why Was Stalin Denigrated and Made a Controversial Figure?

July 3, 2018


Book Release Why Was Stalin Denigrated and Made a Controversial Figure?   Stalin Society of India has published a booklet titled: “Why Was Stalin Denigrated and Made a Controversial Figure?” Written by the late Communist theoretician comrade Moni Guha (MG). This booklet first appeared in two parts as long article in the journal edited by […]

Revisionism Against Revisionism

September 27, 2011


Revisionism Against Revisionism   By Moni Guha   FORWARD Comrade in Arms: Mao and Khrushchev Modern revisionism began with Titoite betrayal. In our first pamphlet we have given the history of its origin and some facts of history more or less chronologically. In this pamphlet, the second of our series, we have traced the historical […]

Remembering Comrade Moni Guha

April 10, 2009


Comrade Moni Guha 29th September 1914 – 7th April 2009 Comrade Moni Guha breathed his last  on the morning of 7th April 2009 in the city of Kolkata. He was 95. Born on 29th September 1914, comrade Guha was veteran of the Indian communist movement who devoted almost eighty years of his life upholding the banner of Marxism […]