[Germany]: [ABN], 1946. Original stapled self-wrappers. Fair. Item #180
Imperial octavo (8.25 x 11.5 cm). 9 pages of mimeographed text. Wear to wrappers; toning along the edges; small chips. Price stamp to front wrapper.
A scarce, mimeographed propaganda pamphlet issued by the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN), and distributed among the Slavic refugees in the displaced persons camps of postwar Germany.
Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN) was a co-ordinating center for anti-Communist émigré political organizations from Soviet and other socialist countries. The ABN formation dates back to an underground conference of representatives of non-Russian peoples that took place on November 1943, near Zhytomyr on the initiative of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. During the conference, a platform of joint revolutionary struggle against what the participants called Russian communism was formulated. The goal of the ABN was to remove communists from power, abolish the Soviet Union and divide it into national states. Given an organizational structure in Munich in 1946, the ABN extended its range of activity and began to include Eastern European emigration from other countries apart from Ukraine.
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