Comrade Stella Delifoti passed away
On July 6 the EAM-ELAS fighter
and the glorious Democratic Army of Greece (DSE) guerilla Comrade Stella
Delifoti died and buried in her village. She left her last breath in Athens,
where she lived after the return from Poland.
Comrade Stella was born in
1926 in the village of Dress Pella, where she grew up.
During the triple
fascist occupation (1941-44) of the country by the German-Italian-Bulgarian
troops she fought against the invaders in the ranks of EAM-ELAS. She organized
in her village in National Liberation Front (EAM) in October 1942 and took
active part in the struggle of our people.
After the liberation of our
country and the treacherous Varkiza agreement, with peak the delivery of arms,
she was expelled, along with tens of thousands of fighters "from the state of
the intolerant right”, as she reported in a self-biographical note: "I crawled
to prison, was beaten and reviled."
Later, following the new blare
invitational (1946) of the Revolutionary Communist Party, by its great leader
communist leader Nikos Zachariadis, she came to the mountains and fought from
the ranks of the glorious and heroic Democratic Army of Greece (DSE) the local
monarch-fascists and the American imperialists.
After the decline of DSE
she went as a political refugee in the great country of socialism, the Soviet
Union of the great Stalin, in the city of Tashkent, capital of Uzbekistan, where
she worked in production. She took yet active part in party life and she always
faithfully and consistently defending the revolutionary line of the Communist
During the open, raw and brutal intervention of the traitorous
clique of Khrushchev-Brezhnev-Mikogian etc. to our heroic Party in September of
'55, comrade Stella Delifoti actively defended the line of the Communist Party
and its Central Committee against a handful of right-wing opportunists traitors
of the clique Demetriou-Chatouras-Rossis-Tsolakis etc.
In the bloody
conflict in Tashkent (9-10 September 1955), which was directed by the
Khrushchevit revisionists and was instrumented by minimum opportunists, she was
arrested for defending the revolutionary line by the Soviet Security, along with
many hundreds of communist ELAS-DSE guerillas and incarcerated for months in the
fascist Khrushchev-Brezhnev dungeons of Tashkent.
After her release, she
continued her revolutionary activities like always and kept actively following
the revolutionary line and obstinately defending the revolutionary path of
She was expelled, like thousands of communists, but
actively continuing the struggle against Khrushchevit revisionism both in
Tashkent and later inPoland.
Returning to Greece from exile she continued
the struggle against Khrushchevit revisionism, associated with the "Movement for
Reorganization of the Communist Party 1918-55”, disseminate and always defended
the revolutionary line of Stalin-Zachariadis.
Despite her health problems
which she had last year, she never lost her optimism and enviable fighting
The communist Delifoti Stella was one of those fighters who her
companions and comrades appreciated the militancy in the struggle for the
interests of the working class and her consistency to the revolutionary
communist principles. She was an uncompromising defender of the revolutionary
work of Stalin-Zachariadis and all Communist guerillas with courage and frank
The Political Committee of the Movement for the Reorganisation
of the Communist Party of Greece 1918-55
The Political Committee of the
"Movement for the Reorganisation of the Communist Party of Greece 1918-55"
Box 3689, 102 10 Athens
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