Source: The Communist Review, May 1922, Vol. 3, No. 1.
Publisher: Communist Party of Great Britain
Transcription/Markup: Brian Reid
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10. Martial Law proclaimed on the Rand; heavy fighting.
10. Gandhi arrested.
10-13. Conference of Italian Syndicalist Union.
11. Engineers’ lock-out commences.
14. End of Rand strike.
14. Strike in all Italian ports.
14. 70,000 glass workers locked out in Czecho-Slovakia.
14-20. Congress of Communist Party in Spain.
18. Gandhi sentenced to six years’ imprisonment.
18-19. Policy Conference of Communist Party in Britain.
20-24. Congress of the Communist Party in Italy.
21. Grileirog, German Communist, arrested in Berlin.
24. 47 engineering union in Britain reject overtime agreement.
24-27. Communist Party Congress in Austria.
26. Marty and Badina, Black Sea mutineers, elected for second time, in Paris elections.
27-April 2. Congress of Communist Party in Russia.
29. Shipyard workers locked out in Britain.
29-30. Conference at Riga of Russia, Lativia, Esthonia, and Poland.
30. End of strike in Italian ports.
1. Strike of 600,000 miners begins in America.
2-5. Executives of the three Internationals meet at Berlin.
4. Locked-out workers in textile industries in Czecho-Slovakia occupy a number of factories.
6. Soviet delegates arrive at Genoa.
10. Genoa Conference begins.