Pamphlets on indian communism 1912 onwards



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PAMPHLETS ON INDIAN COMMUNISM – 1912 ONWARDS


Sr. No.

Title

1.

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

1.A.

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

  • Karl Marx: A Modern Rishi – Lal Hardayal

  • Karl Marx: K. Ramakrishna Pillai

  • Lala Hardayal – P.C. Joshi

  • Swadeshabhimani Ramakrishna Pillai – K. Damodaran

1.C.

Historical Development of Communist Movement in India, 1917.

1.D.

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

1.E.

Communism in India unpublished documents (1919-1924).

1.F.

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

2.

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

2.A.

Peasants Revolt in Malabar by Saumyendranath Tagore, 1921.

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.



2.C.

Communist Party Ke Sanghatan Ke Sindhante, 1921.

2.D.

Boihevism – Vinayak Sitaram Sarwate, Sept. 1921.

2.E.

Communist Party Ki Niti, 1921.

3.

Communism & Nationalism – A statement of C.P. Policy, 1925.

3.A.

Notes on the History of Communist Party of the soviet Union 1890-1924.

3.B.

Communism in India 1925-1934.

3.C.

Communism in India – Sir Cocile Kaye, 1926

3.D.

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

3.E.

The Seed-Time of Communist Movement in India 1919-1926, Ladlimohan Ray Chaudhury, 1926.

3.F.

Communist Papers, London, 1925.

3.G.

Manifesto Gauhati Congress, CPI, 1926.

4.

The Communist: A Monthly Review, Vol. 2, No. 10, 1927.

4.A.

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

4.B.

Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920-47, Vol. I.

4.C.

Is this Communism? By Freda Utley, 1927.

4.D.

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

5.

Hell Found by S.A. Dange, 1928.

5.A.

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

6.

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

6.(a).

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

6.(b).

Bal Bharat Sabha – Dev Datt Atal, 1930.

6.A.

Manifesto of the (fragile document) CPI to the Revolutionary in to the workers and to the peasants, 1931.

7.

An Anti-Roy Pamphlet, Communist International, Vol. 9, No. 10, 1932.

8.

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

8.A.

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

8.B.

India & Communism, 1935.

8.C.

Imperialism and the People – Frank Verulam, 1935.

8.D.

Class Caste Reservation and Struggle against Casteism – A.B. Bardhan

8.E.

Communism in India (Unpublished documents 1935-45) – Subodh Roy, 1935.

8.F.

Struggle for Hegemony in India 1920-47, Vol. II, 1934-41.

8.G.

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

8.H.

EMS Collected Works, Vol. I, 1927-35. (Malayalam).

8.I.

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

8.J.

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

9.

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

9.A.

EMs Collected Works, Vol. 2, 1936-38.

10.

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

10.A.

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

11.

Ke Shahid Bhartiya Krantikari Andolan K eek Agyat Adhyaya “Mene Marte Kise Dekha Tujha Marte Dekha” by E K Krantikari Kuli,1938.

12.

The Final Victory of Socialism in Soviet Russia by Joseph Stalin, The socialist Literature, 1938.

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.

14.

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

15.

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

15.A.

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

16.

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

17.

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

17.A.

From Imperialist War to People’s War by Dona Torr.

18.

The Historical Necessity and Significance of United Front by Krishna Swami, The Socialist Literature, 1939.

18.A.

EMS collected Works, Vol. 3, 1938-42.

19.

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

19.A.

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

19.B.

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

19.C.

Imperialism and the Peoples – Frank Verulam, 1940.

19.D.

The Communist International, No. 3, march 1940.

20.

From Peace Front to People’s War by Stalin and Dimitrov, Jan. 1934 to Nov. 1942.

21.

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

22.

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

23.

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

24.

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

24.A.

Hindu – Muslim, Differences, 1942.

25.

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

26.

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

26.A.

1942 August Struggle and the CPI by C. Rajeswara Rao, 1942.

27.

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

28.

Some Facts About Disturbances from 1942-1943.

28.A.

Bhagalpur Ka Morcha (Front of Bhagalpur) by Sh. Ramchandra Sharma, 1942.

29.

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

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.

31.

Pakistan and National Unity by Adhikari G., 1942.

31.A.

Principles of Party Organisation (CPI), 1942.

32.

People War to Food by S.G. Serdesai, 1943.

33.

Working Class and National Defence Report on Production, 1943.

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.

35.

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

36.

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

36.A.

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

37.

Forgery Versus Facts: Communist Party Exposes – The Column by N.K. Krishna, 1943.

38.

Ithiheser Dhere by Amit Sen, 1943.

38.A.

EMS Collected Works, Vol. 4, 1942-44.

39.

Hindustani Communist Party Ka Vidhan, 1943.

40.

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

41.

Deshbhaktader Jago (Awaken the Patriots) – P.C. Joshi’s Report to CC, 1943.

41.A.

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

42.

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

42.A.

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

43.

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

43.A.

On the National Question by J. Stalin, 1943.

44.

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

44.A.

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

45.

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

45.A.

The Heritage Ke Acclaim by D.N. Pritt, 1944.

46.

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

47.

Historical Development of Communist Movement in India, 1944.

48.

Food in the Punjab by G Adhikari, 1944.

48.A.

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

49.

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

50.

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

51.

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

51.A.

EMS Collected Works, Vol. 5, 1944-45.

52.

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

53.

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

54.

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

55.

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

56.

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

57.

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

58.

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

59.

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

60.

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

61.

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

62.

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

63.

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

64.

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

65.

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

66.

Gandhi – Joshi Correspondence, 1945.

66.A.

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

67.

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

68.

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

69.

Lid off Andhra Anti-Communism by A.S.R. Chari, 1945.

70.

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

71.

Aftermath of Bengal Famine – Problem of Rehabilitation and Our Task by Bhaduri Panchugopal, 1945.

72.

The Tata-Birla Plan will it work – by Ranadive B.T., 1945.

73.

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

74.

India and You – by S.A. Dange, 1945.

75.

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

75.A.

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

75.B.

Introduction to Marxism, No. 5 – Nationalities in Europe, 1945.

75.C.

Why is Marxism – Emile Burms, 1945.

75.D.

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

75.E.

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

75.F.

Marxist Study Theme – 3, Part III, 1945.

75.G.

Advisis Revolt – The Story of Warli Peasants in Struggle – Godavari, Parulekar, 1945.



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