Communist parties survived with the distribution of large amounts of money from the Comintern. This chapter examines how the cipher correspondence of the ECCI makes it possible to track how Communist parties received this money, what demands were made on those who received the funds, who was directly responsible for delivering them to party leaders, and for what purposes these allocations were made.
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