Such was her expertise that, after her retirement in 1967, she was used by MI5 on special assignments including an examination of the Zinoviev Letter, supposedly sent by Grigori Zinoviev, president of the presidium of the Executive Committee of the Communist International to the Communist Part of Great Britain, urging closer relations between the Russian and British proletariat.
What does ECCI stand for?
ECCI stands for Executive Committee of the Communist International (governing body of the Communist International 1919-1943)
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We have 49 other meanings of ECCI in our Acronym Attic
- European Coordination Committee on Human Rights Documentation (Netherlands)
- Elbert County Comprehensive High School (Elberton, GA)
- Eastern Canada Cat Institute
- Education Communications Consortia Inc.
- Engineering Compliance & Construction Inc (Little Rock, AR)
- English China Clay International
- Environnement de Conception Cognitive en Informatique (French: Environmental Design in Cognitive Computing)
- Études Conceptions Constructions Industrielles (French: Industrial Construction Design Study)
- European Car Company Impex (Belgium)
- European Conference on Creativity and Innovation (Europe)
- Extreme Competition Controls Inc
- Eko Centar Caput Insulae Beli (Croatian preservation group; Beli, Cres, Croatia)
- Essex Churches Council for Industry and Commerce (UK)
- European Consensus Conference in Intensive Care Medicine
- East Contra Costa Irrigation District (California)
- European Centre for Control of Infectious Diseases
- Endocervical Columnar Cell Intraepithelial Neoplasia
- Economics of Corporate Investment Policy (University of Portsmouth; UK)
- Engineer Command and Control Information System
- Education Cancer Care Issues Team
Samples in periodicals archive:
I was a representative of the Young Communist League and the Communist party of the United States [at] the meetings of the executive committee of the Communist International, Young Communist International, Moscow," pronounced Paul Crouch during his September 15, 1953 testimony before a closed session of Senator McCarthy's investigative subcommittee.
The origins of the CPC are reflected in the first file of this fonds, titled "Materials of representatives of Executive Committee of the Communist International in Canada, working to establish Communist Party of Canada: minority protocols of meeting, brief report on situation in country and work of party groups, letters to Executive Committee of the Communist International, etc.