Socialist Union of Central Eastern Europe Collection
Total size 0.2 m.
Consultation Not restricted
Founded in 1949 in London by representatives of Bulgarian, Czechoslovak, Hungarian, Polish and Yugoslav social democratic parties in exile; parties from the Baltic countries, Ukraina and Rumania joined later; aimed to inform the public in the Eastern European countries about democratic socialism, to promote the unification of Europe and to render mutual support in other international organizations; had its seat in London.
Collection of processed documents consisting of a report of the 1948 preparatory meeting; documents relating to conferences; texts of speeches; circular letters; reports about the social and political situation in various countries of Central and Eastern Europe; texts of resolutions; minutes of the meetings of the Study Group on East European Questions of the Socialist International.