Pamphlets on indian communism 1912 onwards



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PAMPHLETS ON INDIAN COMMUNISM – 1912 ONWARDS


Sr. No.

Title

Total

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A5

A4

1.

Karl Marx: A Modern Rishi by Lal Har Dayal, March 1912.Vol XI

19




19

1.A.

Marx Comes to India – P.C. Joshi & K. Damodaran, Manohar Book Service, 1912


138

138




1.C.

Historical Development of Communist Movement in India, 1917.

67

67




1.D.

Documents of the History of the CPI – G. Adhikari, Vol. 1, 1917-1922.PPH

660

660




1.E.

Communism in India unpublished documents (1919-1924). By Subodh Roy National Book Agency Private Ltd

228

228




1.F.

The Communist Party and Parliament Second Congress, Communist International, August, 1920. Kamgar Prakashan

16

16




2.

Gandhi vs. Lenin – S.A. Dange, Liberty Literature Co. 1921.

74

74

74

2.A.

Peasants Revolt in Malabar by Saumyendranath Tagore, 1921.

34

34




2.B.

Principles of Party Organisation on:

- Thesis on the Organisation and Structure of the communist Parties, adopted at the 3rd Congress of the Communist International in 1921, Together with the Statues of the CI, 1921. PPH



41

41




2.C.

Communist Party Ke Sanghatan Ke Sindhant, 1921.

50




50

2.D.

Boihevism – Vinayak Sitaram Sarwate, Sept. 1921. Pub: Hindi Sahitya Mandir, Agra

260

260




2.E.

Communist Party Ki Niti, 1921, New Savera Publishers.

16

16




2 F

Chalakudi Resolution, Note Gandhiam but Marxist, Melabar Mail 1923.

20

20




2G

Documents of the history of the communist party of India, G. Adhikari, PPH

770

770




2H

Myself and the communist party of India, 1920-1929, Muzaffar Ahmed, National Book Agency Private Ltd

40

40




2I

Singaravelu- first communist in south India, k. Murugesah, PPH

244

244




3.

Bolshevism kya he? By Satya Bhakta, Navyug Pusthak, Allahabad.

30

30




3.A.

Notes on the History of Communist Party of the soviet Union 1890-1924, Satya Roy, Communist Party Publication

90

90




3.B.

Communism in India 1925-1934, Subodh Roy, National Book Agency Private Ltd.

431

431




3.C.

Communism in India – Sir Cocile Kaye, 1926 (N.T)










3.D.

Documents of the History of the CPI – G. Adhikari, Vol. III A, 1926, PPH

287

287




3.E.

The Seed-Time of Communist Movement in India 1919-1926, Ladlimohan Ray Chaudhury, 1926. National Book Agency Private Ltd.

218

218




3.F.

Communist Papers, London, 1925.(N.T)










3.G.

Manifesto Gauhati Congress, CPI, 1926.

16

16




4.

The Communist: A Monthly Review, Vol. 2, No. 10, 1927. Published by A. Holland at 24 High Holborn.

92

92




4.A.

The Kakori Case (The Hindustan Republican Association and the Kakori Case), 1927.

4

4




4.B.

Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920-47, Vol. I., Shashi Joshi, Sage Publications

376

376




4.C.

Is this Communism? By Freda Utley, 1927.

28

28




4.D.

India and China – with Forward by Shapurji Saklatvala by an Internationalist, 1927.

41

41




5.

Hell Found by S.A. Dange, 1928. PPH.

129

129




5.A.

History of the Communist Movement in India 1920-1933 (formative Years) Vol. I.

260

260




6.

Manifesto of Workers and Peasants Party (Bombay) to the Indian National Congress, 1929.

10




10

6.(a).

“Ghadar Di Goonj” (Echo of Ghadar), Gadar Party Leaders were Sentenced, 1930.

12

12




6.(A) (i).

Manifesto of the (fragile document) CPI to the Revolutionary in to the workers and to the peasants, 1931 , by the calcutta committee of the communist party of India.


14




14

6.(b)

Bal Bharat Sabha – Dev Datt Atal, 1930.

2

2




7.

An Anti-Roy Pamphlet, Communist International, 1932.

42

42




8.

Tactical and Organisational Questions of Communist Partice of India and Indo-China by Orgwald, 1933. The Marx Memorial Library.

93

93




8.A.

India and Communism – complied by the Intelligence Bureau, Home Dept. Govt. of India, 1933

72

72




8.B.

India & Communism, 1935, The Intelligence Bureau Home Department Government of India

406




406

8.C.

Imperialism and the People – Frank Verulam, 1935.PPH

45

45




8.D.

Class Caste Reservation and Struggle against Casteism – A.B. Bardhan, All India Youth Federation

95

95




8.E.

Communism in India (Unpublished documents 1935-45) – Subodh Roy, 1935. National Book Agency Pvt Ltd

81

81




8.F.

Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920-47, Vol. II, 1934-41, Bhagwan Josh, Sage Publications

330

330




8.G.

India to-day Series No. 2, Modern Imperalism in India – Rajini Palme Dutt, 1935.

43

43




8.H.

E.MSinte Sampoorna Krithikal (Collected work of E.M.S Namboodiripad Vol 1-1927-35. Chintha Publishers (Malayalam).

382

382




8.I.

History of the Communist Movement in Kerala – Dr. E. Balakrishnan

293

293




8.J.

Documented History of the Communist Movement in India, Vol. III, 1935-39 – K. Damodaran.

128




128-F/S

9.

To All Anti-Imperialist Fighters by Gathering Storm, Central Committee CPI, 1936.

16

16




9.A.

EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal, (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 2, 1936-38) P.Govinda Pillai , Chintha Publishers

400

400




10.

Why Socialism by Jayaprakash Narayan, The All India Congress Socialist Party, 1936..

165

165




10.A.

Experience and Knowledge – An Essay by Mad-Se-Tung, 1937.

26

26




11.

Ke Shahid Bhartiya Krantikari Andolan K eek Agyat Adhyaya “Mene Marte Kise Dekha Tujhe Marte Dekha” by E K Krantikari Kuli,1938. Pub: Manmath Nath Gupt, Allahabad.

51

51




12.

The Final Victory of Socialism in Soviet Russia by Joseph Stalin, The socialist Literature Publishing Co. Agra1938.

20

20




13.

The Communist and the Congress Being the Thesis on the role of the Indian Communists in the Struggle for Complete Independence of India by Krishna Swami, The Socialist Literature, 1938.

24

24




14.

Chingari by Sajjad Zaheer, Vol. I, No. 1, 1938.










15.

Chingari by Sajjad Zaheer, Vol. I, No. September 1938. chingari ur uska Magsad

62

62




15.A.

Day to Day Pamphlets No. 39, The Political and Social Doctrine of Communism by R. Palme Dutt, 1938.

44

44




15 (1)

Report of General Secretary: (January 1945 to Dec. 1946), Pub: AITUC, Bombay

61

61




16.

Chingari (Spark) by Sajjad Zaheer, Vol. II, No. 2 & 3, 1939.

90

90




17.

Hamara Desh Men Samajik Sangathan (Social Institutions in our Country) by K.M. Ashraf, 1939.

24

24




17.A.

From Imperialist War to People’s War by Dona Torr.PPH, Bombay

29

29




18.

The Historical Necessity and Significance of United Front Tactics: Being a Preliminary introduction to the study of Dimitroff’s United Front. “ Pamphelet Service” Pub.

22

22




18.A.

EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal( collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 3, 1938-42), P. Govinda Pillai, Chintha Publishers

414

414




19.

State & War: Being the Statement Issued by the Standing committee, All India States Peoples’ Conference on 11th October 1939. Pub: Gen, Secy., All- India States Peoples’ Conference Bombay

6

6




19.A.

Bihar Men Communist Party Ka Vikas by Inderdeep Singh, 1939.

32

32




19.B.

Communist Party’s Position in Indian Politics – Acharaya Kripalini, 1939.

8

8




19.C.

Imperialism and the Peoples – Frank Verulam, 1940. PPH – duplicate

45

45




19.D.

The Communist International, No. 3, march 1940.

394

394




20.

From Peace Front to People’s War by Stalin and Dimitrov, Communist International,Jan. 1934 to Nov. 1942. Introduction by : G. Adhikari, Pub: PPH

105

105




21.

The Indian Communist Party – Its Policy and Work in the War of Liberation by P.C. Joshi, 1942.Published by the Communist party of great Britain.

35

35




22.

Student Supplement A.I.S.F. and National Crisis Unity, The Way Out, 1942.

24

24




23.

War of Liberation – Speeches of Stalin, Molotov, Kalinin & Maisky – Introduction by G. Adhikari, 1942. Pub: PPH Bombay

57

57




24.

Europe Against Hitler by R.Palme Dutt, “Why this is our War”, Friends of the Soviet Union, 1942.

49

49




24.A.

Hindu – Muslim, Differences, Create Division by British Colonist 1942. CPI Publication

43

43




25.

How the Soviet People Fight – A Selection of Reports (Covering the period from Dec. 1941 to April 1942). by soviet writers, PPH

112

112






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