MIA: History: International: Communist International: International Press Correspondence — 1921 Volume 1

International Press Correspondence
1921
The international press service of the Communist International

Produced in multiple languages this journals, published irregularly but striving for a 3 times a week publication in a many languages was aimed at the daily and weekly newspapers of the various sections of the Comintern.

Published, variously, in Berlin, 1921-1923; published in Vienna, 1924-1929; published again in Berlin, 1930-32; English edition published in London, by H.R.G. Jefferson, 1934-1938

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This very limited run of International Press Correspondence was scanned by the Riazanov Library Project from original paper held by the Holt Labor Library in San Francisco, CA and the private collection of Tim Davenport. As more issues become available, we will add them as they are digitized.

We will attempt to build tables of contents for each issue. As of July of 2018, we have a few inserted in the listings below. These tables were built by Tim Davenport.



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1921
[Volume 1 starts in the middle of October of this year]

Table of Contents for 1921
Alternate version[ [STAN]]

Vol 1, No. 1, October 1, 1921 [Alternate version][STAN]

  • Editorial Board: Statement of Purpose — p. 1
  • Ernst Meyer: Hands Off Russia! — p. 1
  • ECCI: Theses Adopted by the Executive Committee of the Communist International on the Washington Conference — pp. 2-3
  • Otto W. Kuusinen: A Butcher State — pp. 3-4
  • The Worldwide Crisis of the Capitalist System — pp. 4-5
  • Small Bureau of ECCI: To the Workers of Great Britain — pp. 5-7
  • Jacob Walcher: The Congress of the German Metal Workers Union — pp. 7-8.
  • August Thalheimer: Three Weeks of the Way of the German Majority Socialists — pp. 8-9.
  • Otto Unger: The Compulsory Service Bill — pp. 9-10.
  • The Workers of Czecho-Slovakia for the Red Trade Union International — p. 10
  • ECCI: On the Character of Our Press — pp. 10-11
  • Franz Koritschoner: The Second-and-a-Half International and Austrian Social Democracy — pp. 11-12.
  • The Communist Labor Party of Germany Against the Communist International — p. 12
  • ECCI: To the Workers of the United States [about the Russian famine] — p. 12
  • ECCI: To All Communist Parties [about the famine and potential intervention] — p. 12

Vol 1, No. 2, October 17, 1921 [CPGB]

  • Editorial Board: Statement of Purpose — p. 13 (1)
  • Karl Radek: The International Situation and the Task Before the Working Class — pp. 13-14 (1-2)
  • Ergatrin: The Greek Defeat and Its Results — p. 14 (2)
  • Vladimir Sibiriakov: Recent Events in China — p. 15 (3)
  • T. Tommasi: The General Strike in Northern France — pp. 15-16 (3-4)
  • J. Watcher: Lockout of 20,000 Workers in Chemical Industry of Germany — p. 16 (4)
  • T. Tommasi: Everything As Before the War: The International Congress of Textile Workers — pp. 16-17 (4-5)
  • ECCI: On the Situation in the German Party — p. 17 (5)
  • ECCI: Communism in Belgium — pp. 17-18 (5-6)
  • ECCI: Organization and Press of the Communist Party of Germany — p. 18 (6)
  • V.I. Lenin: On Cleansing the Party [Pravda article 9/21/21] — pp. 18-19 (6-7)
  • A. Mayer: The Relation of the the Brainworkers to Communism — pp. 19-20 (7-8)
  • ECCI: The Transformation of the Publication Communist International — p. 21 (8)

Vol 1, No. 3, October 25, 1921 [CPGB]

  • Charles Rappoport: Franco-Polish Imperialism — p. 21 (1)
  • J.C.: Yugoslavia and Albania — pp. 21-22 (1-2)
  • Pelle: The Employers’ Offensive in Germany Paving the Way for Stinnes — pp. 22-23 (2-3)
  • Evgenii Preobrazhensky: Taxation Problems in Russia — p. 23 (3)
  • F. Kunte: Destitution in Czecho-Slovakia and Communist Work in the Trade Unions — pp. 23-24 (3-4)
  • The First Congress of the German Independent Federation of General Employees — p. 25 (5)
  • F. Fujovich: Youth in its Present Struggle Against Militarism — p. 25 (5)
  • C.K.K.: The National Congress of Communist Women in Czecho-Slovakia — p. 26 (6)
  • Victor Serge: The Causes of the Russian Famine — pp. 2-27 (6-7)
  • The Arrival of the Seed Corn — pp. 27-28 (7-8)
  • Gifts for Russia’s Hungary — p. 28 (8)
  • Grigorii Zinoviev: Otsovism — p. 28 (8)

Vol 1, No. 4, November 1, 1921 [CPGB]

  • Grigorii Zinoviev: Tactics of the Communist International — pp. 29-30 (1-2)
  • U. Terracini: The Italian Socialist Congress — pp. 30-31 (2-3)
  • L. Georges: The Fight Against Communism in Poland — p. 31 (3)
  • E. Ludwig: The World Shipping Crisis — pp. 31-32 (3-4)
  • Fritz Heckert: The Aims of [Communist] Recruiting Week — pp. 33-34 (5-6)
  • Wilhelm Pieck: Enter the Communist Party! — p. 34 (6)
  • Boris Sourvarine: Famine and Counterrevolution — pp. 34-35 (6-7)
  • E. Gannari: “Fascism” [in Italy] — pp. 35-36 (7-8)
  • ECCI: To the Proletarians of Spain — p. 36 (8)

Vol 1, No. 5, November 5, 1921 [STAN]

  • Important Notice [on the use of material in Inprecorr] — p. 37 (1)
  • V.I. Lenin: On the Fourth Anniversary of the October Revolution — pp. 37-39 (1-3)
  • Leon Trotsky: The October Revolution — pp. 39-40 (3-4)
  • ECCI: The Gains of the October Revolution — p. 40 (4)
  • Anonymous: Economic and Social Revolution — p. 41 (5)
  • Eugen Varga: Russia’s New Economic Policy — pp. 41--42 (5-6)
  • Soviet Russia’s Recognition of the Tsarist Debs — pp. 42-43 (6-7)
  • E.T.: The Dictatorship of the Proletariat and the Russian Working Women — p. 43 (7)
  • Willi Münzenberg: Is It Possible to Aid the Starving Russians Through Workers’ Contributions? — p. 44 (8)
  • ECCI: To All Sections of the Communist International [on forthcoming Recruiting Week] — p. 44 (8)

Vol 1, No. 6, November 8, 1921 [STAN]

  • R. Albert: To the Rescue! For the Right of Political Asylum — p. 45 (1)
  • Karl Radek: The Anglo-French Conflict in Europe and the Washington Conference — pp. 45-47 (1-3)
  • Paul Vaillant-Couturier: The Political Situation in the French Parliament — pp. 47-48 (3-4)
  • W.P. Earsman: Australia and Communism — pp. 48-49 (4-5)
  • E. Ludwig: The Drop of the Mark and Its Results — pp. 49-50 (5-6)
  • Evgenii Preobrazhensky: Foreign Exchange Problems in Soviet Russia — pp. 50-51 (6-7)
  • A Friedrich: The “Gold Mortgage on Industry” in Germany — p. 51 (7)
  • Victor Serge: The Reality of the Famine — pp. 51-52 (7-8)

Vol 1, No. 7, November 11, 1921 [STAN]

  • Karl Radek: The Political Situation in Poland and Pilsudski’s Provocative Policy — pp. 53-54 (1-2)
  • Kako Oba: Japan of Tomorrow — p. 54 (2)
  • Steklov: A Psychological Revival [from Izvestiia]— pp. 54-55 (2-3)
  • Arthur Rosenberg: Washington and Ireland — pp. 55-56 (3-4)
  • M. Rosé: Briand’s Foreign Policy and Its Opponents — pp. 56-57 (4-5)
  • Heinz Neumann: France’s Agreement with Kemal — pp. 57-58 (5-6)
  • Eugen Varga: The Reorganization of Russian Industry — pp. 58-59 (6-7)
  • M. Philips Price: The Fate of the “Deutsche Werke” — p. 59 (7)
  • Evgenii Preobrazhensky: The Problems of Russian Financial Policy — pp. 59-60 (7-8)
  • A. Lozovsky: An International Workers’ Loan for the Russian Proletariat — p. 60 (8)

Vol 1, No. 8, November 15, 1921 [STAN]

  • Bela Kun: The Situation in Hungary — p. 61 (1)
  • Wilhelm Koenen: Moscow’s Offer and the Howls of the Mensheviks — p. 63 (2)
  • Eugen Varga: The Dictatorship of the Proletariat and the Social Democratic Socialization Fraud — pp. 63-63 (2-3)
  • E. Ludwig: Germany’s Bankruptcy — pp. 63-65 (3-5)
  • August Thalheimer: Germany Under Stinnes’ Dictatorship — pp. 65-66 (5-6)
  • Humberto Terracini: The 7th of November in Italy — pp. 66-67 (6-7)
  • Alexandra Kollontai: The Activity of the International Secretariat of Communist Women — p. 67 (7)
  • Paul Vaillant-Couturier: The Paris Socialist Congress — pp. 67-68 (7-8)
  • ECCI: Save Spain’s Revolutionaries — p. 68 (8)

Vol 1, No. 9, November 18, 1921 [CPGB]

  • Karl Radek: The Soviet Government and the Recognition of the Pre-War Debts — pp. 69-70 (1-2)
  • I. Steklov: The Vote of Confidence — pp. 70-71 (2-3)
  • Karl Bittel-Erdmann: The International Cooperative Congress at Basle — pp. 71-72 (3-4)
  • Jacob Walcher: The German Trade Unions in 1920 — pp. 72-74 (4-6)
  • A. Ker: The Revolutionary Syndicalists Before the Split — p. 74 (6)
  • Z.L.: Third International Labor Conference — pp. 74-75 (6-7)
  • Hans Heggum: The Norwegian Labor Party and Its Present Situation — p. 76 (8)

Vol 1, No. 10, November 22, 1921 [STAN]

  • Arthur Rosenberg: Washington and the Future of China — pp. 77-78 (1-2)
  • Leon Trotsky: The International Situation and the Role of the Red Army — p. 78 (2)
  • M. Rosé: Spain’s Adventure in Morocco — pp. 78-79 (2-3)
  • G. Safarov: India [from Pravda] — p. 79 (3)
  • Paul Frölich: Economic Struggles in Germany — pp. 79-80 (3-4)
  • Soednammo: The Labor Movement in the East Indies — pp. 80-81 (4-5)
  • Bohumir Smeral: The Unity Convention of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia — pp. 81-82 (5-6)
  • R.A.: The Downfall of the Russian “Whites” — pp. 82-83 (6-7)
  • W. Lada: Amsterdam Professes to Fight for Disarmament — p. 83 (7)
  • Anonymous: The Romanian Murderers — pp. 83-84 (7-8)
  • H.N.: The Lichtenburg Hunger Strike — p. 84 (8)

Vol 1, No. 11, November 25, 1921 [STAN]

  • Important Notice [on the use of material in Inprecor] — p. 85 (1)
  • M. Philips Price: England's Role at the Washington Conference — pp. 85-86 (1-2)
  • Anonymous: Good Grain Crops — High Grain Prices — pp. 86-87 (2-3)
  • A. Badelescu: Trade Union Conference in Romania — pp. 87-88 (3-4)
  • V. Götz: The Beginning of a Mass Movement in Germany — pp. 88-89 (4-5)
  • International Cooperative Bureau [of the Third International]: To the Cooperatives of All Countries — p. 89 (5)
  • B. Ziegler: Unity in the Movement of Proletarian Youth — pp. 89-90 (5-6)
  • L. Georges: Proletarian Relief Work in Poland — pp. 90-91 (6-7)
  • Bernard Lecache: Spanish Tsarism — p. 91 (7)
  • Gj.C.: The White Terror in Yugoslavia — pp. 91-92 (7-8)
  • Executive
  • Committee of the RILU: The Red Trade Union Recruiting Week — p. 92 (8)

Vol 1, No. 12, November 29, 1921 [CPGB]

  • V.I. Lenin: Gold Now and After the Final Victory of Socialism — pp. 93-95 (1-3)
  • Kilian: The Truth About the March Action in Central Germany — pp. 95-96 (3-4)
  • Pelle: The German Trade Unions and the Levy on Capital — pp. 96-97 (4-5)
  • Paul Louis: French Capitalism and the Working Class — p. 97 (5)
  • W. Lada: Rome and Verona — pp. 97-98 (5-6)
  • August Thalheimer: The Central Committee of the KPD — pp. 98-99 (6-7)
  • L. Domski: The Polish Social-Patriots and the Law Against the Communists — p. 99 (7)
  • A. Vinokurov: The Famine and the Necessary Relief — p. 100 (8)
  • Executive Committee of RILU: To the Workers of France — p. 100 (8)
  • ECCI: Proletarian Intervention for Sacco and Vanzetti — p. 100 (8)

Vol 1, No. 13, December 2, 1921 [CPGB]

  • Important Notice [on the use of material in Inprecorr] — p. 101 (1)
  • Umberto Terracini: The Fascisti Congress and the Strike in Rome — pp. 101-103 (1-3)
  • J. Jaquemotte: The Belgian General Election — pp. 103-104 (3-4)
  • V. Stern: Republic Perplexities [Economics of Austria] — pp. 104-105 (4-5)
  • E. Pawlowski: State Capicalism Before and During the Dictatorship — p. 105 (5)
  • Anonymous: The October Revolution in the Don Basin — p. 106 (6)
  • Amadeo Bordiga: The Meeting of the Natinoal Council of the Italian CGL at Verona — pp. 106-108 (6-8)
  • Eugen Paul: Shifting to the Left — p. 108 (8)
  • J. Tommassi: The History of a Labor Battle [France, CGT] — pp. 108-110 (8-10)
  • Albert Treint: Communist Prospects in France — pp. 110-111 (10-11)
  • Z. Leder: Daszynski, the PPS, and Europe — pp. 111-112 (11-12)
  • ECCI: Against the Extradition of Spaninsh Revolutionaries — p. 112 (12)

Vol 1, No. 14, December 6, 1921 [STAN]

  • Important Notice [on the use of material in Inprecorr] — p. 113 (1)
  • Arthur Rosenberg: The Anglo-French Conflict and the Moratorium for Germany — pp. 113-114 (1-2)
  • Kako Oba: Politics in Japan and the Premier’s Assassination — pp. 114-115 (2-3)
  • Georgii Chicherin: One Year of Soviet Diplomacy in the Orient [Turkey, Persia, Afghanistan, China, Mongolia, Japan] — pp. 114-116 (3-4)
  • A. Kreibich: Czechoslovakia at the Crossroads — p. 116 (4)
  • Piffro: Growing Economic Struggles in Italy — pp. 116-117 (4-5)
  • A.B.: Unemployment in Sweden — pp. 117-118 (5-6)
  • Grigorii Zinoviev: The Italian Socialist Party — pp. 118-119 (6-7)
  • W. Lada: Monsieur Fimmen and His Colleagues [Netherlands] — p. 119 (7)
  • V. Stern: The Convention of the Austrian Social Democracy — pp. 119-120 (7-8)
  • ECCI: The Communist International's Relief for Russia — p. 120 (8)
  • ECCI: An Appeal of the Spanish Comrades — p. 120 (8)

Vol 1, No. 15, December 9, 1921 [CPGB]

  • Important Notice [on the use of material in Inprecorr] — p. 121 (1)
  • A. Friedrich: Holland's Economic Situation — pp. 121-122 (1-2)
  • Sen Katayama: Present Day Japan — pp. 122-123 (2-3)
  • Yrjö Sirola: The Revolutionizig of the Finnish Trade Unions — p. 123 (3)
  • T. Wilkinson: The Australian Trade Union Congress — pp. 123-125 (3-5)
  • E.S.: The International Relief Conference at Berlin — p. 125
  • G.G.L. Alexander: Aid for Soviet Russia — pp. 125-126 (5-6)
  • Paul Friedländer: The Proletarian Relief Work in Austria — p. 126 (6)
  • Anders and Vater: On the "Dutch School" — pp. 127-128 (7-8)
  • W. Lada: The Results of the Geneva Conference — p. 128 (8)

Vol 1, No. 16, December 13, 1921 [CPGB]

  • Karl Radek: Is the Russian Revolution a Bourgeois Revolution? — pp. 129-130 (1-2)
  • Arthur Rosenberg: The Four-Power Treaty in Washington — pp. 130-131 (2-3)
  • Thomas Bell: The Present Situation in England — pp. 131-132 (3-4)
  • S.M.: Political Conditions in Yugoslavia — p. 132 (4)
  • Paul Louis: The Offensive of French Capitalism — pp. 132-133 (4-5)
  • Pippo: Unemployment in Italy — p. 133 (5)
  • Gérard Vanter: The Congress of the Dutch Communist Party — pp. 133-134 (5-6)
  • Norwegian Labor Party Delegation: The Norwegian Trade Unions and the International — pp. 134-135 (6-7)
  • E.S.: American Workers’ Relief for Russia — pp. 135-136 (7-8)
  • L. Georges: Anti-Communist Laws in Poland — p. 136 (8)

Vol 1, No. 17, December 16, 1921 [STAN]

  • Karl Radek: Is the Russian Revolution a Bourgeois Revolution (Part 2) — pp. 137-138 (1-2)
  • Sen Katayama: Japan and the Washington Conference — pp. 138-140 (2-4)
  • Paul Louis: The Central European Crisis — p. 140 (4)
  • F.W. Wilkinson: Political Parties in Australia — pp. 140-141 (4-5)
  • E. Ludwig: Germany's Declining Industry — pp. 142-143 (6-7)
  • W.P. Coates: The Present Condition of the English Trade Unions — p. 143 (7)
  • Anonymous: The Italian Syndicalist Union — pp. 143-144 (7-8)
  • Greek intellectuals: For the Suffering in Russia — p. 144 (8)

Vol 1, No. 18, December 20, 1921 [STAN]

  • A. Losovsky: The Basic Problems of the International Trade Union Movement — pp. 145-147 (1-3)
  • J.W.: The French Syndicalists and the Special Federal Congress — pp. 147-148 (3-4)
  • V. Stern: The Great Hunger Demonstration of the Vienna Workers — p. 148 (4)
  • Eugen Paul: The Textile Workers of Northern Bohemia — pp. 148-149 (4-5)
  • Sadananda Karsan: Revolutionary India — pp. 149-150 (5-6)
  • L. Domski: The Crisis in Poland and Unemployment — pp. 150-151 (6-7)
  • W. McLaine: The English Communists' Relief Campaign — pp. 151-152 (7-8)
  • H. Arlandis: The Crimes of the Spanish Reaction — p. 152 (8

Vol 1, No. 19, December 23, 1921 [CPGB]

  • ECCI: To the Workers of All Countries! Capitalism is Preparing New Wars — pp. 153-154 (1-2)
  • Christo Kabatchiev: The Political Reaction in Bulgaria — pp. 154-155 (2-3)
  • Ilya Vardin: Details on the October Revolution — pp. 155-156 (3-4)
  • Evegenii Preobrazhensky: The Perspectives of the New Economic Policy — pp. 156-158 (4-6)
  • Ing. Stransky: Growing Impoverishment in Czechoslovakia — p. 158 (6)
  • ECCI: Proletarians of All Countries to the Aid of Russia! — pp. 158-159 (6-7)
  • Willi Münzenberg: From Famine Relief to Aid for Soviet Russia — pp. 159-160 (7-8)
  • ECCI: Payment of Dues to the Comintern — p. 160 (8)
  • Secretariat of ECCI: To All the Parties Affiliated with the Communist International — p. 160 (8)
  • Important Notice [on using articles from Inprecorr] — p. 160 (8)


Vol 1, No. 20, December 23, 1921[STAN]



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