Slansky


Slansky

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  • SLÁNSKY (R.) — SLÁNSKY RUDOLF SALZMANN dit RUDOLF (1901 1952) Membre du Parti communiste tchécoslovaque depuis sa fondation, dirigeant des Jeunesses communistes, journaliste puis secrétaire régional dans les fiefs communistes d’Ostrava et de Kladno (1925 1928) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Slánský —   [ slaːnskiː], Rudolf, tschechoslowakischer Politiker, * Nezvěstice (bei Pilsen) 31. 7. 1901, ✝ (hingerichtet) Prag 3. 12. 1952; jüdischer Herkunft; ab 1929 Mitglied des ZK und des Politbüros der KP, ab 1945 deren Generalsekretär, beteiligte… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Slansky — Rudolf Slánský Rudolf Slánský (31 juillet 1901 à Nezvěstice près de Blovice – 3 décembre 1952 à Prague) est un militant communiste, homme politique et secrétaire général du parti communiste tchécoslovaque après la Seconde Guerre… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • SLÁNSKÝ TRIAL — SLÁNSKÝ TRIAL, the first of a series of antisemitic show trials held in Czechoslovakia in the early 1950s whose prime victim was Rudolf Slánský (1901–1952), secretary general of the Czechoslovak Communist Party after World War II. Of the 14… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Slánský trial — The Slánský trial (officially Proces s protistátním spikleneckým centrem Rudolfa Slánského meaning Trial of anti state conspiracy centered around Rudolf Slánský ) was a show trial against elements of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSČ)… …   Wikipedia

  • Slánský, Rudolf — ▪ Czech communist leader born July 31, 1901, Nezvěstice, near Plzeň, Austria Hungary [now in Czech Republic] died December 3, 1952, Prague, Czechoslovakia       Czech Communist leader who was the central victim in the November 1952 “Slánský trial …   Universalium

  • Slansky Trial —    On 22 November 1952, Rudolf Slansky and 13 other former leaders of the Czechoslovak Communist Party were tried for treason, charged with espionage for the United States and Israel. All were convicted and 11 were immediately hanged. Slansky and …   Historical dictionary of Russian and Soviet Intelligence

  • Slánský, Rudolf — (1901–52)    Czech Communist politician. Slánský was secretary general of the Czech Communist Party after World War II. He was of Jewish origin but had no other connection with Judaism or the Jewish community. In 1952 he was the central figure in …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Rudolf Slánský — (July 31 1901, Nezvěstice near Blovice ndash; December 3 1952, Prague) was a Czech Communist politician and the party s General Secretary after World War II and was one of the leading creators and organizers of communist rule in Czechoslovakia at …   Wikipedia

  • Rudolf Slansky — Rudolf Slánský Rudolf Slánský (31 juillet 1901 à Nezvěstice près de Blovice – 3 décembre 1952 à Prague) est un militant communiste, homme politique et secrétaire général du parti communiste tchécoslovaque après la Seconde Guerre… …   Wikipédia en Français


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