Written: Written on October 25, 1921
Published: First published in 1933 in Lenin Miscellany XXIII. Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1976, Moscow, Volume 45, page 360.
Translated: Yuri Sdobnikov
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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I. Pamphlets and proceedings of all parties and conferences of the following political trends:
1) Communists, 2) Kommunistische Arbeiter Partei Deutschlands, 3) anarchists and syndicalists, 4) from among the Partei independents (Leftists and Rightists).
II. Novels and stories of the Clarté group trend (like Latzko, etc.)—pacifist-critical, assessment of the imperialist war, conclusions, etc.
III. Economics of the present day: results of the war, economic rehabilitation, post-war problems in industry, in agriculture, etc. (especially pamphlets, books and proceedings).
IV. Subscribe to several copies for the Comintern, for 4–6 university and other libraries etc. Rote Fahne KAPD Hamburger Volkszeitung, list of new books in every branch etc.
 Communist Workers’ Party of Germany.—Ed.
 Red Banner.—Ed.
 Kommunistische Arbeiter Partei Deutschlands.—Ed.
 Hamburg People’s Newspaper.—Ed.
 Clarté, an international group of progressive West European writers, set up by Henri Barbusse in 1919 on the basis of the Association Républicaine des Anciens Combattants of France which was later joined by similar groups in other countries to form the Internationale des Anciens Combattants. The group published a monthly journal under the some name (it appeared in Paris at intervals from October 1919 to January 1928). When Barbusse resigned as its editor (in April 1924), the journal ceased to be progressive and in 1928 went out of circulation, while the group broke up.