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Categories: Communist parties in Spain, Political parties established in 1921, 1921 disestablishments in Spain, Defunct political parties in Spain, European communist party stubs
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Spanish Communist Workers' Party  Partido Comunista Obrero Espanol  Partido Comunista Obrero Español  Spanish Communist Workers’ Party
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The Spanish Communist Workers' Party was a communist party founded on April 13, 1921 by the terceristas, including Virginia González Polo, Daniel Anguiano, Eduardo Torralba Beci, Manuel Núñez Arenas, Luis Mancebo and Evaristo Gil, who had been trying to persuade the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party to join the Third International. Wikipedia
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The Spanish Communist Workers' Party was a communist party founded on April 13, 1921 by the terceristas, including Virginia González Polo, Daniel Anguiano, Eduardo Torralba Beci, Manuel Núñez Arenas, Luis Mancebo and Evaristo Gil, who had been trying to persuade the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party to join the Third International. Wikipedia
A minor communist political party founded in 1921 in Spain. Wikipedia Disambiguation
former Spanish political party Wikidata
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