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Imperialist Germany’s hour of fate

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, October 10 1918

“Miserable hacks of the ruling class”

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, September 26 1918

Maxim Gorky and the Bolsheviks

From 'The Call', paper of the British Socialist Party, September 12 1918

The outrage in Moscow

From 'The Call', paper of the British Socialist Party, September 5 1918

The Russian workers in power

From 'The Call', paper of the British Socialist Party, August 22 1918

The Russian Revolution must live!

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 25 1918

The enemy at home

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 18 1918

Hands off Russia!

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 11 1918

Litvinov accuses Kerensky

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 4 1918

George Plekhanov

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, June 20 1918

While our planet turns

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, June 13 1918

Bucking the issue

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, June 6 1918

The offensive against The Call

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, May 30 1918

The Irish ‘plot’

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, May 23 1918

John Maclean’s trial and sentence

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, May 16 1918

The wish father to the thought

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, May 9 1918

May Day

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, May 2 1918

John Maclean arrested

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 18 1918

Correspondence

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 18 1918

White sepulchres

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 11 1918

A speech by Lenin

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 4 1918

Scottish notes

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, March 28 1918

The altruistic friends of Russia

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, March 21 1918

A double anniversary

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, March 14 1918

Law and order in Ireland

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, March 7 1918

In defence of the Bolsheviks

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, February 28 1918

The last war

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, February 21 1918

The sense of power

From 'The Call', paper of the British Socialist Party, February 14 1918

Workers of all countries, unite!

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, February 7 1918

All power to the soviets

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 31 1918

BSP raided - freedom of political association attacked

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 24 1918

Russia’s appeal - will British workers remain silent?

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 17 1918

Chicherin and the Petrovs released - and deported

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 10 1918

The peace demonstrations in Petrograd

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 3 1918

The Russian Revolution and ourselves

From 'The Call', paper of the British Socialist Party, December 20 1917

Deeds not words

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, December 13 1917

Russia’s second revolution

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, November 29 1917

Russia in travail

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, November 22 1917

The second Russian revolution

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, November 15 1917

The distribution of Russian socialism

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, November 1 1917

The Workmen’s and Soldiers’ Council

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, October 25 1917

The clash of forces in Russia

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, October 18 1917

The Dreadnought suppressed

From 'The Call', paper of the British Socialist Party, October 11 1917

Kerensky and the counterrevolution

From 'The Call', paper of the British Socialist Party, October 4 1917

Russian socialism

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, September 27 1917

The Kornilovs at home and abroad

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, September 20 1917

The crisis in Russia

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, September 13 1917

The Moscow Conference

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, September 6 1917

G Chicherin’s interment

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, August 30 1917

Workers’ and Soldiers’ Council banned

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, August 16 1917

G Chicherin interned

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, August 16 1917

The situation in Russia

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, August 9 1917

The situation in Russia

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, August 2 1917

A new party?

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 12 1917

On to victory

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, June 28 1917

The situation in Russia

From 'The Call', paper of the Britsih Socialist Party, June 21 1917

The menace of industrial conscription

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 18 1917

Internationalism or social-imperialism?

An exchange on immigration controls took place in early 1917 in the pages of 'The Call', the weekly paper of the British Socialist Party. The BSP was to become the largest component of the Communist Party of Great Britain on its formation in 1920. BSP executive committee member Tom Quelch wrote an article opposing, in outrageous terms, the immigration of black labourers. He was answered in restrained but decisive tones by Georg Chicherin, the future head of the Soviet diplomatic service, who was in London at that time

Capitalism’s predominant power

From 'The Call', paper of the British Socialist Party, January 11 1917

Russian socialists and the International

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, January 4 1917

Russia calls

From The Communist, paper of the Communist Party of Great Britain, August 12 1920

To our readers

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 29 1920

Message from Lenin

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 22 1920

Communist Unity Group

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 15 1920

Call for a Communist Party

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, July 1 1920

The BSP and the Labour Party conference

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, June 17 1920

The May Day that will save the world

From ‘The Call’, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 29 1920

Russia - Lenin, the wonder-worker

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 22 1920

Our duty to Ireland

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 15 1920

The ‘New Poor’ and the Always Poor

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 8 1920

Communist unity conference

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, April 1 1920

The German Revolution

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, March 25 1920

The great fiasco

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, March 18 1920

United States: No comment required

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, March 11 1920

Socialist unity

Extracts from a resolution of the British Socialist Party executive, published in its weekly paper, The Call, March 4 1920

For justice sake

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, February 26 1920

Russia abolishes death penalty

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, February 19 1920

Towards the Communist Party

From an interview published in The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, with Albert Inkpen, the party’s general secretary, February 12 1920

Houses or hovels?

From The Call, paper of the British Socialist Party, February 5 1920

75 years

Nineteen ninety-five will see the 75th anniversary of the foundation of the Communist Party of Great Britain. The Weekly Worker republishes what was making the news in the revolutionary press this week in 1920