This chapter examines Ana Pauker's rise to power. It discusses the appointment of Pauker as the Romanian Communist Party's representative to the Comintern when she returned to the Soviet Union in May 1941 and describes her work in directing the Comintern's România Liberă. The chapter explains Pauker's position on the construction of the Danube–Black Sea Canal, on agrarian issues, on Stalinist purges, and on Jewish emigration.
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