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Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Marcel Van Der Linden. Since issue 14 , the online Newsletter is put on the Internet every three months after the publication of the paper version.
Have a look at the startsite: Aldo Agosti Torino agosti cisi. Siegfried Bahne, Bochum; Prof. Marjan Britovsek, Ljubljana; Prof. Marc Ferro, Paris; Prof. Rein van der Leeuw, Amsterdam; Prof. Richard Lorenz, Kassel; Prof. Vera Mujbegovic, Belgrade; Prof. Jutta Scherrer, Paris-Berlin; Prof. Preserve for all time? Biographical Studies Section IV. Workshop — Projects in Progress Section V: Interesting websites Section IX: The Result of International Cooperation One hundred and sixty-seven scholars from fifty-four nations have contributed their time and knowledge to improving the accuracy of a new electronically searchable database for the archive of the Communist International.
The opening, in the early s, of the archives of the Communist International made available to scholars around the world a tremendously rich resource. The great size of the Communist International archive, however, slowed exploration of this valuable source of original documentation.
Scholars, whose principal interest was in the politics of a particular country, also found the Russian language of the RGASPI finding aids a barrier as was the difficulty in traveling to Moscow. The database is essentially an edited electronic version of the printed finding aids allowing computer searches using file descriptors, key words, and personal or organizational names.
Library of Congress agreed to be the lead agency for translation of the database with Dr. However, Library of Congress linguists quickly found that translation of more than , personal names that occurred in the database was a more difficult task. These personal names occurred in descriptions of files of various Comintern secretariats and agencies. The greatest number, however, came with more than , personal files maintained by the Comintern, the so called cadre files.