Gyula Alpári

Gyula Alpari [ ɟulɒ ɒlpa ː ri ], Julius Alpari (* January 19, 1882, † July 17, 1944 in Sachsenhausen concentration camp ) was a Hungarian communist journalist and founding member of the Hungarian Communist Party (Magyar Kommunista Part, MKP ) after 1918.


Alpari has been excluded prior to the 1918 revolution as opposition from the Social Democratic Party of Hungary founded in 1890 ( Magyarországi Szociáldemokrata Part, MSzDP ) and then joined the Communist Party.

In the four months existing Hungarian Soviet Republic ( 1919), he held the function of a People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs.

From 1921 to 1939 he was editor of the Comintern publications Inprecorr ( International Press Correspondence ) and Rundschau.

In 1940 he was arrested at his French exile in Paris by the Gestapo and murdered on July 17, 1944 in Sachsenhausen concentration camp.


  • Critical remarks on Kurt Sauerland " Dialectical materialism ". 1932 DNB 820,660,299th
  • The masks have fallen. For the Moscow trial of the " bloc of Rights and Trotskyites ". Prometheus Éditions, Paris 1938, DNB 57328315X.