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Raportul Tovarăşei Ana Pauker, 11 februarie 1946 Comrade Ana Pauker's Report, 11 February 1946

Raportul Tovarăşei Ana Pauker, 11 februarie 1946 Comrade Ana Pauker's Report, 11 February 1946 the source Raportul Tovara˘sei Ana Pauker, 11 februarie 1946 Comrade Ana Pauker’s Report, 11 February 1946 Introduction and Translation: Raluca Maria Popa Source discussed: Ana Pauker’s 11 February 1946 report at the Conference of the core group of women activists (Consfătuirea activului de bază feminin) regarding the po- litical situation, the International Congress of Women in Paris, and the founding of the Women’s Democratic Federation of Romania (nine pages), Arhivele Naţionale Centrale ale României (National Central Archives of Romania), Fond Central Commi ee of the Romanian Communist Party, Chancellery volume I, fi le 13/1946, pp. 1–9. Introduction The year 1946 was one of profound changes in the politics of Romania, a country in Eastern Europe that—like the entire continent and the world—was emerging from the devastation of WWII into a peace process that was strife with antagonisms. As Cold War historian John Lewis Gaddis aptly observed, “the [Second World] War had been won by a coalition whose principal members were already at war—ideologically and geopolitically if not militarily—with one another. Whatever the Grand Alliance’s triumphs in the spring of 1945, its success had always depended on the pursuit of compatible objectives by incompatible systems.” The two incompatible systems were http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aspasia Berghahn Books

Raportul Tovarăşei Ana Pauker, 11 februarie 1946 Comrade Ana Pauker's Report, 11 February 1946

Aspasia , Volume 8 (1): 12 – Mar 1, 2014

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the source Raportul Tovara˘sei Ana Pauker, 11 februarie 1946 Comrade Ana Pauker’s Report, 11 February 1946 Introduction and Translation: Raluca Maria Popa Source discussed: Ana Pauker’s 11 February 1946 report at the Conference of the core group of women activists (Consfătuirea activului de bază feminin) regarding the po- litical situation, the International Congress of Women in Paris, and the founding of the Women’s Democratic Federation of Romania (nine pages), Arhivele Naţionale Centrale ale României (National Central Archives of Romania), Fond Central Commi ee of the Romanian Communist Party, Chancellery volume I, fi le 13/1946, pp. 1–9. Introduction The year 1946 was one of profound changes in the politics of Romania, a country in Eastern Europe that—like the entire continent and the world—was emerging from the devastation of WWII into a peace process that was strife with antagonisms. As Cold War historian John Lewis Gaddis aptly observed, “the [Second World] War had been won by a coalition whose principal members were already at war—ideologically and geopolitically if not militarily—with one another. Whatever the Grand Alliance’s triumphs in the spring of 1945, its success had always depended on the pursuit of compatible objectives by incompatible systems.” The two incompatible systems were

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