Historical science in the USSR. Reviews. Ya. M. KOPANSKY. INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY WITH THE STRUGGLE OF THE WORKERS OF BESSARABIA FOR REUNIFICATION WITH THE SOVIET MOTHERLAND (1918-1940)
Ya. M. KOPANSKY. International solidarity with the struggle of the workers of Bessarabia for reunification with the Soviet Motherland (1918-1940). Chisinau. Shtiinets Publishing House. 1975. 337 pp. The print run is 3,300. Price 2 rubles 95 kopecks. Monograph of a senior researcher at the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. SSR, Candidate of Historical Sciences Ya. M. Kopansky is devoted to the history of the fight against corruption.- page 146 a Soviet state supported by the international proletariat and the democratic public of the world, against the imperialist annexation of Soviet Bessarabia, for the liberation of the region from the invaders and its reunification with the socialist Fatherland. The book summarizes the results of studying the problem related to the efforts of the Soviet government, the Moldovan people to achieve the return of Bessarabia to the Soviet state. Describing the peculiarities of Moldavia's development in the post-October period, General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee L. I. Brezhnev said in a speech in Chisinau on October 11, 1974: "The forces of international imperialism, which took up arms against the young state of workers and peasants, managed to tear the region between the Prut and the Dniester away from the Soviet Homeland for twenty-two years by the hands of the ruling classes of royal Romania. Thus, the Moldovan land and the Moldovan people were forcibly separated. " 1 From the first days of the foreign invasion, the workers of Bessarabia fought for the restoration of Soviet power, for reunification with the Soviet Homeland. The long-term occupation of Bessarabia, in which a regime of social and national oppression was established, became one of the links of the anti-Soviet strategy of imperialism in the period between the two World Wars. The reviewed work shows how the Bessarabian question became the subject of a sharp confrontation between the Country of Soviets and progressive forces of foreign ... Read more
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