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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

successful revolutions to western Europe was a serious and long-term task. There was no such hope of quick triumph on an international scale as had existed at the first and second Congresses of the Comintern when Zinoviev, its President, proclaimed that within one year all Europe would be Communist. Even after 1921, however, and as late as 1927, Moscow launched a series of revolutionary adventures and putsches.
In this series of irresponsible attempts, thousands of workers in Germany, in the Baltic and Balkan countries, and in China, were needlessly sacrificed. They were sent to slaughter by the Comintern on a gamble, with cooked-up schemes of military coups d'etat, general strikes and rebellions none of which had any substantial chance of success.
Early in 1921 the situation in Russia was particularly threatening to the Soviet regime. Hunger, peasant uprisings, the revolt of the sailors in Kronstadt, and a general strike of the Petrograd workers, brought the Government to the brink of disaster. All the victories of the Civil War seemed to have been in vain, as the Bolsheviks groped blindly in the face of opposition from those workers, peasants and sailors who had been their chief support. The Comintern, caught in this desperate situation, decided that the only way of saving Bolshevism was through a revolution in Germany. Zinoviev sent his trusted lieutenant Bela Kun, former head of the Hungarian Soviet republic, to Berlin.
Bela Kun appeared in Berlin in March 1921, with an order to the Central Committee of the German Communist Party from Zinoviev and the executive
committee of the Gomintern : There is a revolutionary situation in Germany. The Communist Party must seize power. The Central Committee of the German Communist Party was incredulous. The members could

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