The Slansky Trial: Stalinism, anti-semitism and conspiracy theories: Workers' Liberty 3/36

The Slansky Trial: the rehearsals

At the centre of the supposed conspiracy was Rudolf Slansky, a lifelong member of the Czechoslovak Communist Party (CPC). He had joined the party at its inception in 1921 and been elected to its Central Committee in 1929.

The Slansky Trial and Israel

They claimed to have also sabotaged the Czechoslovak economy by making trade agreements with Israel under which the latter paid 17% less than it should have done for goods which it imported from Czechoslovakia.

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