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By T. A. Jackson

By T. A. Jackson

telegraph were censored ; but Egypt remained tranquil. The Legislative Assembly—which had never been allowed to legislatewas forbidden to assemble. Contrary to the proclamation, Egyptians were recruited for military service—in Labour and Army Service Corps—and ultimately the enl
04 June 1921 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 
TO AN

TO AN

Retribution has overtaken the warmongers; also their dupes — that is, you and I. When considering the present crisis of unemployment it is well to recall those mad days; for they have a lesson. You will remember during the war a small band who opposed it. These few men in the te
14 October 1920 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 
The Mad Militarists of Frame.

The Mad Militarists of Frame.

A report from Moscow, dated October 3rd, says: "Whole regiments have been equipped• by France to destroy the newly-born proletarian culture, and are already being landed in Constantinople. French naval forces in the Mediterranean have received orders to hold themselves in readin
14 October 1920 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 
THIS WEEK'S FEATURES. The Second International: An Obituary By J. F. HODGSON - Page 4 Miners ! Down Tools !

THIS WEEK'S FEATURES. The Second International: An Obituary By J. F. HODGSON - Page 4 Miners ! Down Tools !

! By A. MACMANUS - - Page Karl Radek on England - - Pa g e 7 Mr. Snowden and the Parish Pump By FRED SHAW - - - Page
14 October 1920 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 
THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLETARIAT

THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLETARIAT

By L. (Former Plenipotentiary in Britain of the Russian Soviet Government). 2d. Post free, 21d. Quantities: 13 for Is. 9d., post free.
23 December 1920 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 

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LANCASHIRE DIVISIONAL COUNCIL

LANCASHIRE DIVISIONAL COUNCIL

REPORT. Branches in the area are experiencing increasing difficulties in the -eeuring of halls for purposes of propaganda. It is becoming quite patent that the authorities are "putting the bar up" against Communist activities. An example of this has been furnished at Dukinfield,
23 December 1920 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 
THE ATTACK UPON THE PARTY

THE ATTACK UPON THE PARTY

Secretary is in prison; so is our National Organiser. Our offices have been ransacked from top to bottom, and everything, down to the notei)a?cr and pictures, taken away. We wrote before of the ''vendetta'' w hich• the; Government was carrying on against us. We do not know what
21 May 1921 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 
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13 August 1921 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 
COVEKTRY.

COVEKTRY.

Numerous meetings have been held here by C. U. G. and the Hands Off Russia Committee, and resolutions of protest against the war with Russia have been sent to the Prime Minister, Foreign Secretary, Parliamentary Labour Party, and the M.P. for Coventry. All sympathisers with the
19 August 1920 - Communist (London) - London, London, England
 
ERITH.

ERITH.

The Erith Branch of the Communist Party held a good meeting on Sunday last, with Comrade Fred Willis as speaker, and Comrade W. Hampton in the chair. The audience could not hear enough about Russia, and the plans for direct action in support of our Russian comrades. The Urban Di
19 August 1920 - Communist (London) - London, London, England