Angelica Balabanoff

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Angelica Balabanoff

Russian-Jewish-Italian communist and social democratic activist add

Category: Politics

Born in 1878.

Countries: Italy (44%), Russia (33%), United States (22%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Giacinto Menotti Serrati, Vladimir Lenin, Emma Goldman

Linked to: Italian Socialist Party, Bolshevik Party, Italian Socialist Workers' Party, Left Party

 

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Angelica Balabanoff was born in 1878 add something


1900

After her graduation with degrees in philosophy and literature, she settled in Rome and began to organize immigrant workers in the textile industry, joining the Partito Socialista Italiano in 1900 add something


1917

Russian Revolution - When the Russian Revolution broke out in 1917, Balabanoff joined the Bolshevik Party and travelled to Russia add something


1919

She became secretary of the Communist Third International in 1919 and worked alongside Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, Grigory Zinoviev, and Emma Goldman, as well as many others add something


1922

She became an open critic of Bolshevism and left Russia in 1922, travelling back to Italy and joining with Giacinto Menotti Serrati add something


1943

Lewis A. Coser - A eulogy at Carlo Tresca's memorial service in 1943 was delivered by Angelica Balabanoff, the socialist activist and former Bolshevik


Angelica Balabanoff died in 1965 add something


1993

Balabanoff is a major character in the 1993 RAI Italian language production "Il Giovane Mussolini", portrayed by Susanne Lothar add something