ACP(B)

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ACP(B)All-Union Communist Party (of Bolsheviks)
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The term socialist realism with regard to music would only acquire a definitive formulation on 10 February 1948, within the resolution of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) on Vano Muradeli's opera The Great Friendship, drawn up by A.
This notion, however, was from the very beginning unhinged by bold nationalism, with the leading role in the development of society, culture and art being assigned--first by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and subsequently, and most significantly, by Josip Vissarionovich Stalin --to the Soviet Union, namely, the All-Union Communist Party.
Born in 1878 to a drunken father and strictly religious Georgian Orthodox mother, Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin (bom Ioseb Besarionis Dze Jughashvili) would go on to lead the Soviet Union as general secretary of the Central Commit tee of the All-Union Communist Party, or Bolsheviks (later renamed Communist Party of the Soviet Union, CPSU), from 1922 to his death in 1952.
Recently declassified archival documents of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (of Bolsheviks) [CC AUCP (B)] concerning the Calcutta conference and Soviet policy towards Indonesia do not corroborate this theory.
In this new Soviet Union, real power remained in the hands of the all-union Communist party (Bolshevik) based in Moscow, although the central authorities led by Stalin mere convinced that the transformation of the country into a modern socialist state could only be
The first all-union Communist Party conference since 1941, this June, will determine the pace and fate of perestroika.
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