Pamphlets on indian communism 1912 onwards



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26.

From the Indian Communist Party’s Paper, People’s War ‘India’s Problem’ by Bradley Ben, 1942.

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26.A.

1942 August Struggle and by C. Rajeswara Rao, 1942. Communist Party Publication

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27.

Flaming Sword – Poems of Patriotism and Freedom by Jashwant Thaker, 1942.

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28.

Some Facts About Disturbances from 1942-1943.

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28.A.

Bhagal-purka Morcha (Front of Bhagalpur) by Sh. Ramchandra Sharma, 1942.

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29.

Released the Patriots – To Rally the People by P.C. Joshi, 1942.

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30.

National Unity for the Defence of the Motherland-Resolutions of the Plenums of the Central Committee of the CPI held in 1942 by Krishnan N.K., 1942.

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77




31.

Pakistan and National Unity by Adhikari G., 1942. PPH, Bombay

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58




31.A.

Principles of Party Organisation (CPI), 1921, CPI Section of the third International

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32.

People’s Way to Food by S.G. Serdesai, 1943. PPH

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33.

Working Class and National Defence Report on Production, 1943.PPH, Bombay

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34.

For the Defence of the Motherland with the Ploughshere and the Sickle Kisan Sabha in the Campaign for more food by EMS Namboodripad, 1943.Pub: PPH

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35.

People’s Theatre Stars the People, Indian-People’s Theatre Association, 1943.

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36.

Unity in Action for National Defence and National Government (Resolution passed unanimously by the first Congress of the CPI, 1943. PPH

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36.A.

Bengal Provincial Political Organisational Report for the National Convention of the CPI 1943.

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72




37.

Forgery Versus Facts: Communist Party Exposes The Fifth Column., N.K. Krishnan, 1943. PPH

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38.

Ithiheser Dhere by Amit Sen, 1943. Pub: NBA Calcutta.

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38.A.

EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal, (Collected works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 4, 1942-44)

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39.

Hindustani Communist Party Ka Vidhan, 1943. Pub: PPH

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40.

Forgery Versus Facts – Communist Party Exoses the Fifth Column by N.K. Krishna, 1943.PPH

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57




41.

Deshbhaktader Jagao: (Awaken the Patriots) – P.C. Joshi’s Report to CC, 1943. Pub: NBA Calcutta

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41.A.

Communist Party Ke Ghoshanapatra – Karl Marx & F. Engels, 1952.PPH

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92




42.

Deshraksha Aur Swatantrata Ka Marg – (National Defence and Plot for Freedom) – Adopted in the first CPI Conference, 1943.

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42.A.

Kisans on the March for Food and Freedom by EMS Namboodripad, 1943.

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43.

The New Fascist Order by Prof. E. Varga – Member of the Academy of Science of the USSR, 1943. PPH

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43.A.

On the National Question by J. Stalin, 1943. Pub: NBA, Calcutta

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44.

A free happy India (Election Policy of Indian Communists by P.C. Joshi), 1944. PPH

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44.A.

From Peace Front to People’s War Second Editiron by G. Adhikari, Bombay, PPH, 1994.

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448




45.

Churchill-Cripps Conspiracy for a New Communal Award (The Imperalist Alternative) fourth edition by G. Adhikari, 1944.

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45.A.

The Heritage Ke Acclaim by D.N. Pritt, 1944. Pub: ‘Friends of the Soviet Union’ PPH

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46.

Congress and Communists by P.C. Joshi, 1944.

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47.

Historical Development of Communist Movement in India, 1944. Edited & Pub. by Polit- Bureau cc Revolutionary Communist Party of India.

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48.

Food in the Punjab by G Adhikari, 1944.PPH

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48.A.

Manifesto of the Communists – Forward to a Free and Democratic French India, 1944.

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49.

They Must Meet Again by P.C. Joshi, 1944.

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50.

Light on League-Uninist Conflict by Sajjad Zaheer, 1944.PPH

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51.

Food in the United Provinces by S.G. Sardesai, 1944.PPH

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56




51.A.

EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 5, 1944-45).

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399




52.

The Meaning of Teheran for World Freedom & Peace by Earl Browder & R.P. Dutt, 1944. PPH, Bombay

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72




53.

Enemies of the Peace: Profile of the ‘Hato-Russia’ Geng by Garlin Sender 1945. New Century Pub.

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54.

Victory-whose by P.C. Joshi, 1945.PPH

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55.

The New Sitaution and Our Tasks – Resolution of the CC of the CPI passed at its meeting in Dec. 1945.

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56.

Vir Garhwali Sipahion Se Hawaldar Chander Singh “Garhwali Ki Duibat” (A Short Discussion of Chandra Singh “Garhwali” with Garhwali Soldiers), 1945. Pub: UP, CP

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57.

India Today Series No. 4, History of the National Movement by R.P. Dutt, 1945.

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58.

No More Famine Food for All by G. Adhikari, 1945. Pub: PPH

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59.

British Soldier Looks at India – Letter of Clive Branson, 1945. PPH Bombay

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60.

Communist Reply to Congress Working Committee’s Charges by P.C. Joshi, 1945.

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217




61.

Sikh Homeland: Through Hindu-Muslim-Sikh Unity by G. Adhikari, 1945. Pub: PPH

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62.

Death Pits in Our Land: How 200,000 Indian Miners Live and Work by S.A. Dange, 1945.

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63.

A Dictionary of Terms and Quotations – Compiled from the Works of Lenin & Bell Thomas, 1945.

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58




64.

Sakaler Swadhinata Chai – Issued by the CC of the CPI, 1945-46.

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65.

Communisty Reply to Congress Working Committees Charges by P.C. Joshi, Part –II, 1945.

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98




66.

Gandhi – Joshi Correspondence, 1945.

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66.A.

Correspondence between Gandhi and P.C. Joshi,1945.

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67.

Communist Reply to the Working Committee by P.C. Joshi, 1945.

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68.

Congress Karayasameeti Ko Mommuniston Ka Javab (Communist Reply to Congress Working Committee) by P.C. Joshi, 1945.PPH, Bombay

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212




69.

Lid off Andhra Anti-Communism by A.S.R. Chari, 1945.Pub: PPH Bombay

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70.

Communist Reply to Congress Working Committee’s Charge by P.C. Joshi, 1945.

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300




71.

Aftermath of Bengal Famine – Problem of Rehabilitation and Our Task by Panchugopal Bhaduri 1945, Pub: NBA Calcutta

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72.

The Tata-Birla Plan will it work – by Ranadive B.T., 1945.Pub: PPH Bombay-duplicate

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73.

Inside Bengal 1941-1944 – Forward Block and its Allies Versus Communist Party – by Bose Arun and Khoka Rai, 1945. Pub: PPH Bombay

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74.

India and You – by S.A. Dange, Article reprinted from Daily worker, 1945.

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75.

Your Tagore for Today – Selections from the Writings of Poet Rabindranath Tagore – Translated by Hirendranath Mukherjee – by Sanyal Hirankumar, 1945. PPH Bombay

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75.A.

Russi Kranti Ka Etihas – 1905-1936 (The History of Russian), 1945. by R. Page Arnot

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112




75.B.

Introduction to Marxism, No. 5 – Nationalities in Europe, by J. Winternitz1945

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75.C.

Why is Marxism – Emile Burms, 1945.(N.T)










75.D.

Bow of Burning Gold – A Study of Subhas Chandra Bose – Hiren Mukherjee. PPH

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75.E.

Marxist Study Themes – 3, British Road to Socialism – Part-II, National Independence and Fraternal Association, 1945.

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75.F.

Marxist Study Themes – 3, British Road to Socialism – Part-II, National Independence and Fraternal Association, 1945.

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75.G.

Adivasis Revolt – The Story of Warli Peasants in Struggle – Godavari, Parulekar, 1945. National Book Agency Private Ltd.

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75.H.

EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 6, 1945-46).

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76.

Bharatiya Samaj Paddhati (Bharatiya Samaj Vigyan) by Dr. Bhupendra Nath Datta, 1946. Barman Publishing House

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77.

Inspiring Story of the Historic R.I.N. Uprising by A. Victimised RIN Striker, 1946.Pub: PPH

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78.

Fascism and Social Revolution – A Study of the Economics and Politics of the last stages of Capitalism in Decay by R.P. Dutt, 1946. Nationa Book Agency Ltd. Calcutta

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79.

A New Chapter in Divide and Rule: Exposes Cabinet Mission’s Plan by R.P. Dutt, 1946. PPH

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80.

Towards a People’s Navy: CPI 1946, Pub: PPH

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81.

Freedom for India – the Truth about the Cabinet Mission’s Visit by R.P. Dutt, 1946.

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82.

For the Final Bid for Power: Freedom Programme of Indian Communists –by P.C. Joshi, 1946.PPH

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83.

Jagat Singh Aau Taur Sahanknimira by Ajay Ghosh, 1946 (in Bengali)

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84.

The Aims of the Communist Party Marxism an Introductory Course in Five Parts, 1946.

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85.

Bhagat Singh and his Comrades by one of their colleagues by Ajoy Ghosh, 1946.PPH, Bombay

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86.

Declaration of Independence – Communist Party Resolution for the Constituent Assembly by R.P. Dutt. Pub: PPH Bombay

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87.

Salute to Kashmir by Romesh Chandra, 1946.Pub: PPH

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88.

Dange Fights Anti-Strike Bill – Speech in the Bombay Legislative Assembly, 1946. Pub:PPH

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89.

Under Congress Ministry Blood Bath at Amalner Dange Demanda Justice for Murdered Workers, 1946.Pub: PPH

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90.

Gadhar Viplabi by Randhir Singh, 1946. Pub: Bhartiya Communist Party Calcutta 1946

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91.

Notes on the Bengal Renaissange by Amit Sen, 1946.PPH Bombay

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92.

Vir Viplabi Suryasen by Niranjan Sen, 1946. Pub: CPI Calcutta

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93.

A Short History of the Russian Revolution by R. Arnot Page, 1946.Pub: PPH

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93.A.

S.I.R. Strike – For Security of Service, In Defence of their Union, 40,000 Workers fight back Railway Board’s Attack by N.K. Krishna & A.S. R. Chari, 1946. Pub:PPH

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93.B.

Tebhaga Struggle 1946-47, Silver Jublee Memorial Vol., 1973.

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93.C.

1-1/4 Crores Malyalees – EMS Namboodripad, 1946.

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93.D.

Election Notification – Cochi State, Deenabandhu Press, Ernakulam, 1946.

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93.E.

Marxist an Introductory Course in Five Parts – The Aims of the Communist Party,Pub: Adhunik, 1946.

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93.F.

Trivandrum Communist Party is Asking for What, CPI Memorandum, 1946.

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94.

Hindu & Muslim by Rabindranath Mukhopadhyaya, 1947.Pub: National Book Agency Calcutta

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95.

Operation Asylum and you, 1947.PPH

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96.

Indo-British Big Business Deals – New forms of Imperalist Exploitation by Arun Bose, 1947. Pub: PPH

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97.

Memorandum to the Congress Working Committee from Andhra Committee of the CPI Bijaywada, 1947. Pub: PPH

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98.

India’s Economic Crisis and its solution by B.I. Ranadive, 1947. Pub: PPH, Bombay

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99.

Princistan Imperialism’s Next for Tomorrow by Romesh Chandra, 1947.PPH Bombay

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100.

The Goondas of Karnatak – Memo to Congress Working committee from Karanatak Communist Party Provincial Committee, 1947. Pub: PPH

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101.

United Provinces shall not go the Punjab – Way in the Name of Freedom, Honour and Bread, Resolution of the Provincial Committee of the Communist Party on the Communal Situation, 1947.

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102.

Who Rules in Delhi – Memorandum to the Congress Working Committee of the CPI, 1947. Pub: PPH

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103.

Marxwad Aur Ram Raj: for Rahulji ki Bharanti illusionment of Rahulji on Marxism and Ramraj by Karpatriji Shripujaya Swami Karpatrijee1947.

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104.

Tricolour Shall Fly Over Hyderabad by Raj Bahadur Gour, 1947. Pub: PPH

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105.

Land Fragments and our Farmer (Speech in the Bombay Assembly on the Bombay Fragmentation (Prevention) & Consolidation of Holding Act) by S.A. Dange, 1947.PPH

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106.

Revolt of the Varlis by S.V. Parulekar, 1947. Pub: PPH Bombay

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107.

A Guide to the Study of the History of the CPSU (B) – Syllabus for six Lectures with notes on Reading, 1947, Pub: PPH, Bombay

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108.

Bleeding Punjab Warns by Dhanwantri P.C. Joshi, 1947. Pub: PPH Bombay

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109.

Inside Vallore Jail Stop This Vindictivaness, P.C. Joshi’s Memo to Congress Working Committee Regarding Communist Detenus, 1947.Pub: PPH

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110.

Jakhmi Punjab Ka Awaj by P.C. Joshi, 1947. Pub: Jan Prakash

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111.

Problems of International Development – A Marxist Analysis by Kardelj Edvard, 1947. Pub: PPH Bombay

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112.

Zamindar-Police Terror in Andhra – Memorandum to Congress Working Committee from Andhra Committee of the CPI, 1947. Pub: PPH Bombay

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113.

Communist Statement of Policy for the Struggle for Full Independence and People’s Democracy, 1947. Pub: PPH, Bombay

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114.

Pacific Act Peace or War, 1947. CP Publication

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115.

Bhartiya Paristhiti (Indian Condition) by E. Zukov, 1947, Janprakashan Grih, Bombay

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116.

Mountbatton Award and After – Political Resolution of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of India, 1947.Pub: PPH, Bombay

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117.

On his 79th Birthday – Our Homage and Our Pledge, 1947.CPI, Pub: PPH Bombay

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118.

A.A. Zhdanov on the International Situation Report made at the Conference of the Nine Communist Parties held in Poland, 1947.

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119.

India’s Food Crisis – Memorandum on the Food Situation submitted by the CPI to the Government of Indian Union, 1947.PPH

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120.

Communist Vol. I, No.6 Monthly Organ of the CPI by L. Eventov, 1947.

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120.A.

Aaj Ka Bharat by R.P. Dutt, Part – I, 1947.- PPH, Bombay

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120.B.

Aaj Ka Bharat by R.P. Dutt, Part – II, 1947. PPH, Bombay

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120.C.

Bhartiya Reenessan andolan: (Indian Renaissance Movement) by M.N. Roy, 1947.

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120.D.

Mahatma Gandhi Ki Bihar Yatra by V.S. Verma, 1947.

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120.E.

Election Manifesto – Democracy or King’s Rule, All India Socialist Party.

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120F.

Election Manifesto – Indian Socialist Party.

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120.G.

Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920-47,Shashi Joshi, Sage Publications Culture Community and Power, Vol. III, 1941-47.

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120.H.

Sir C.P.’s Reply to Nehru – Withdraw the Black Bills, Communist Reply to Sree Prakasan’s allegations, 1946.

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121.

Down with Autocracy – Tasks before the States’ Peoples Movement, 1947, P.C. Joshi, Pub: PPH Bombay

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122.

Open Letter to Congressmen – Raject the Policy of Repression on Communists of Defending Vested Interests of Suppressing Toilers by B.T. Ranadive, 1948. Pub: CPI

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123.

May Day Manifesto of the Communist Party of India, 1948.

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124.

Not People’s Raj but Police Raj by S.A. Dange, 1948. Published by CPI

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125.

Strom over Hyderabad by Romesh Thapar, 1948. Kutub Publication

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126.

CPSU Problems of Party Ideological Work Editorials from “Bolsheviks”, Theoretical Journal of the Soviet Communist Party, 1948.PPH, Bombay

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127.

Pakistan ke Report per Com. Bhawani Sen ke Bhashan, IInd Congress of CPI, 1948.

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128.

India’s March of “Freedom”, 1948. Pub: Indian Communists in Great Britain

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129.

The Constitution of the Communist Party of India, Adopted by the Second Congress of the Communist Party of India, 1948. CP Publication

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130.

Samajtantra Dal Kahader Birodhi by Ashvi Sen, 1948. National Book Agency, Calcutta

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131.

The Sterling Balances Betrayal Sordid Story of their Accumulation Shameful Surrender of our Interests by the Chetty-Cripps Agreement by B.T. Ranadive, 1948.CP Publication

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132.

Hyderabad’s Battle for new Democracy is yours, 1948. Hyderabad State Communist Committee.

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133.

One Year of Freedom, 1948. CP Publication

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134.

Second Congress of the CPI – Opening Report by Comrade B.T. Ranadive on the Draft Political Thesis, 1948. CP Publication

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135.

Rajnitik Prastava – Hindustani Communist Party ka Doosari Congress main Swikrit, Calcutta 1948.

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136.

Hindustani Communist Party ka Vidhan, 1948. – Passed in the IInd Congress.

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137.

Hindustani Communist Party Ki Doosari Congress, 1948.

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138.

The Marshall Plan in the Light of Realities by A. Leontyev, 1948.PPH

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138.A.

A Study Guide – The cooperative Movement, 1948.

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139.

Chandra Singh Garhwali Sanskhipt Parichaya by Chandra Singh Garwali 1948.

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140.

Netara Kaun Pathe, 1948. CPI Publication Calcutta

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140.A.

Marxism – An Introductory Course in Five Parts Capitalist Society, 1948.

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141.

Marxism and the General Crisis of Capitalism by E. Verga, Author of Two Systems and the Great Crisis by B.T. Ranadive, 1948. PPH

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71




142.

Comrade B.T. Ranadive ka Bhashan – Secnd Congress of Communist Party Publication 1948.

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143.

Marshall Plan for Asia – Prosperity or Pauperization – A Communist Analysis, 1948. CP Publication

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144.

America & Tritiya Yudher Chakrant – American Plot for Third World War by Malutosh Mitra, 1948.

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145.

Statement of CC Land to the Tillers – Power to the Toiling Masses – Statement of CC based on Political Resolution of 2nd Congress for People’s Front Under Working Class Leadership, 1948.

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146.

Why No Nationalisation – Government’s Industrial Policy Examined by B.T. Ranadive, 1948.

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147.

Who Rules Pakistan, 1948.CP Publication

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147.A.

Notes from the Gallows – Julius Fuchik, 1948.PPH

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148.

Strikes and Production: - Reality and Myth by Romesh, 1948. CP Publication

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148.A.

EMSinte Sampoorna Kritikal (Collected Works of EMS Namboodiripad Vol. 9, 1948)

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428




149.

After Partition: - Indian Union and Pakistan by M.Alexeyev from the Bolshevik, 1948.

21

21




150.

India and the Unicef Conference by B.T. Ranadive, 1948. CP Publication

20

20




151.

The Constitution of the Communist Party of India – Adopted by the Second Congress of the Communist Party of India, 1948.

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152.

Janavadi Kranti – Hindustani Communist Party ki Doosari Congress ke Rajnitik Prastava ke Masavida, 1948.Published by M.B. Raofor the Commnist Party of India, Bombay 4.

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153.

On the Colonial Question by Lenin, Stalin, Zhukov, 1948.Bombay People Publishing House.

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153.A.

The Yugoslav Road to Socialism – K. Damodaran, 1948.

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154.

Communist Party’s Open Letter to the Member of the Working Committee of all India Congress Committee and to all Congressmen, 1948.

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155.

Towards the Democratic Front to win Real Independence and People’s Democracy – Statement of Policy Central Committee, CPI, 1948.

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156.

Communist Party Calls for – A Fighting Front of Toiling Millions; - Against Imperialists and their Collaborators; - for Freedom and Democracy; - Review of the Second Congress of the CPI, 1948.CP Publication

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157.

Nehru Govt Declares War Against Toilers – communist Party attacked as People’s Vanguard; - Defeat the Capitalist-Landlord offensive by B.T. Ranadive, 1948.CP Publication

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158.

One Year of People’s Struggles, 1948. CP Publication

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158.A.

Malanazi Menance – Issued by Johannesburg Distt. Committee of the CPI, 1948.

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158.B.

Falsifiers of History (Historical Survey), 1948. Pub: Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow

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158.C.

Constitution of CPI.1948

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158.D.

Malerialistic Interpretation of History by K. Damodaran, 1948.

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158.E.

An Introduction to Marxism – K. Damodaran.

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158.F.

Election Notification – Cochin Peoples Congress, 1948.

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158.G.

Documents of the History of the Communist Party of India by M.B. Rao, Vol. VII, 1948.PPH

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158.H.

Immortal Punnapravayalar – K.C. George, 1948.CPI

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158.I.

Why Kanan Resigned? Election Leaflet by an Voter.

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158.J.

Election Pamphlet – What State Congress should do to create a free Democratic Travancore, 1948.

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158.K.

To held Communist Party in Municipal Panchayat Election, 1948.

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159.

India from Primitive Communism to Slavery – A Marxist Study of Ancient History in Outline by S.A. Dange, 1949.PPH

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160.

Ninth August Betrayed by Chandrandan Shukla, 1949.Agekadam Prakashan

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161.

Communist Information Bureau Hungary Sammelan (Communist Information Bureau’s Hungariar Conference, 1949. News Publishers

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162.

What is Happening in Hyderabad, 1949. CP Publication

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163.

Chaka Bandher Gaon, Chitto Mitra, Oreintal People’s Press Calcutta 1949.

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164.

Marx Vadi,CPI 1949.

145

145




165.

Rlymen Fight for Living Wage, 1949.Pub: V.M. Kaul for the CPI Bombay.

14

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166.

Organisational Principles of CPSU(B) Article Issued by the Tass News Agency of USSR in India by G. Brovarsky, 1949.PPH

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167.

Will There be an Atomic War by S Kesavan, 1949. PPH

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168.

30 Years of Komsomel – Fresh Round of Student Struggle in India and Pakistan, 1949.

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169.

The Struggle for Peace National Independence Working Class Unity – Resolutions and Reports of the meeting of Information Bureau of Communist and Workers Parties held in Hungary in Nov. 1949. CP Publication

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170.

Analysis of the U.P. Zamindari Abolution Report, 1949. Published by V.M.Kaul for the CPI Bombay

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171.

Communist Violence in India, 1949.

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172.

An Inevitable Review of Certain Aspects of the Policies of the Indian Communist Leadership by S.K. Limaye, 1949. Pub: Navajeevan Sanghatana

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173.

U.P. Pragatisheel Lekhak Sammelen, 1949.

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174.

Review of Education Policy of Congress Government – Right Reformist Deviation on the Student Front, Young Guard, Vol. I, No. 2, 1949.

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175.

Bombay Detenus’ Hunger-Strike enters 3rd week Condition of Dange Mirajkar and others serious :1949. CP Publication

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176.

All India Student’s Federation Resolutions (adopted by the 12th Annual Conference 23-27 July 1949).

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177.

Report of the AISF Secretariat – Presented to 12th Annual Conference Calcutta, 1949. Pub: AISF Bombay

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178.

N.U.S. the Student I.N.T.U.C., 1949. Published for AISF, Bombay

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179.

Vidrohi Hyderabad (Rebel Hyderabad) by Romesh Thapar, 1949.

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180.

August 15 onward to Tasks ahead: – Communist Party’s appeal to the People of India, 1949. PPH Bombay

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181.

Behind the Railway Enquiry Committee Report Conspiracy to attack Railway Workers by a Militant Railwayman, 1949.

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182.

Bangla Sishu Telengana Lalganj, Chobbis Pargna Jela Communist Party, 1949.

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183.

Marx Vadi (Part – III), 1949.

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184.

A Critique of CPI’s Theses Leninism and Revisionism by Ajit Roy, 1949. Pub: Sirajul Islam Dacca

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185.

Marxist Miscallany: Review of the Draft Consitution of India, 1949



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