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63. Resolution of the First All-Bashkir Conference of the RKP(B) on the Tasks Facing the Communists of Bashkiria in the Period of Civil War, 8 November 1919

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This chapter presents the resolution of the first all-Bashkir conference of the RKP(B) on the tasks facing the Communists of Bashkiria in the period of Civil War. The conference of Communists of Soviet Bashkiria, meeting on the day after celebration of the second anniversary of the October Revolution, defines the international and domestic position that has emerged for the Soviet Republic, and its own tasks. The chapter lists the tasks including, the disintegration of capitalism in the West and the collapse of the bourgeoisie's productive forces are continuing and intensifying. On the basis of industrial collapse and hunger, a powerful strike-movement has begun in all the capitalist countries. A speedy destruction of Denikin is also imperative for Soviet Russia due to the enormous exhaustion of the country resulting from the prolonged Civil War that threatens to undermine all its vital forces.

Keywords:Bashkiria; civil war; communists; October Revolution; Russia; Soviet Republic



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