Labor Russia: In memory of Nina Andreeva

In memory of a comrade: Nina Andreeva

On July 24, 2020, Nina Aleksandrovna Andreeva, one of the founders of the “post-Soviet” communist movement in Russia, founder and leader of the society “Unity for Leninism and Communist Ideals” and the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks (AUCPB), passed away.

Nina Andreeva
N.A. Andreeva became known to the general public after the publication of the article “I Cannot Compromise My Principles” in the newspaper “Soviet Russia.” The article against the denigration of the Soviet Union, and especially the Stalinist era of Soviet history, as well as the destructive and anti-Soviet tendencies of “perestroika” manifested even then, was instantly labeled “a manifesto of anti-perestroika forces,” and rabid persecution was deployed against Andreeva, which forced her to leave her teaching post at the Leningrad Institute of Technology.

From 1989, N.A. Andreeva led the All-Union Society “Unity for Leninism and Communist Ideals.” From July 1991, she headed the Bolshevik platform in the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), and in November 1991 — the Organizing Committee for convening the XXIX Extraordinary Congress of the CPSU. From November 8, 1991, she was the head of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks.

The bright memory of Nina Aleksandrovna Andreeva, a woman and a fighter who had the courage not to compromise her principles until the end of her days, will forever remain in our hearts.

Executive Committee of “Labor Russia”
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Translated by Greg Butterfield


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