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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

Communists learned that on April 16, 1925, all the ranking members of the Bulgarian Government would attend a service in the Sveti Cathedral in Sofia. They decided to use the occasion for their uprising. By order of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Party, a bomb was exploded in the cathedral during the religious services. About one hundred and fifty persons were killed. But Premier Tsankoff and the important members of his Government survived. All the direct participants in the bombing were executed.
Dimitrov himself continued to work for the Comintern in Moscow. He became its representative in Germany. Late in 1932 he was ordered back to Moscow, and people on the inside said that his career was at an end. Before he could obey the order he was arrested in connection with the historical Reichstag fire. His bold and clever behaviour before the Nazi court, where he succeeded in fixing the guilt on the Nazis themselves, made him the Communist hero of the day.
It is one of the inimitable ironies of Comintern history that Dimitrov, one of those responsible for the Sofia bombing, later became, as president of the Comintern, the official spokesman of "democracy," "peace" and the Popular Front.
Moscow had elaborate theoretical explanations for its failures in Hungary, Poland, Germany, Estonia and Bulgaria. These filled volumes of theses, resolutions and reports. In no case, however, was it suggested that Bolshevism and its Russian leaders were responsible.' The myth of the infallibility of the Comintern leadership was preserved with ecclesiastical stubbornness. The clearer became the fact of failure, the more grandiose became the plans for the future, and the more complicated the international structure of the Comintern.

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