Dimitrov and Stalin, 1934-1943: Letters from the Soviet Archives (2000)
by Alexander Dallin and Friedrich Firsov

Dimitrov, the head of the Comintern (Communist International), wrote approximately 450 letters to Stalin between 1934 and 1943. This selection of his letters focuses on the spread of communism in Eastern and Western Europe and in China and the preparations for war with Germany.

Editors: Alexander Dallin, Stanford University; Fridrikh I. Firsov, former professor of Moscow State University and director of publications for the Comintern Archive, RGASPI (RTsKhIDNI)

Principal archive: RGASPI

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