Source: The Communist Review, June 1922, Vol. 3, No. 2.
Publisher: Communist Party of Great Britain
Transcription/Markup: Brian Reid
Public Domain: Marxists Internet Archive (2006). You may freely copy, distribute, display and perform this work; as well as make derivative and commercial works. Please credit “Marxists Internet Archive” as your source.
15-17. The Congress of I.L.P.
16. Rapallo Treaty signed.
16-17. The National Council of the C.P. of Czecho-Slovakia for the United Front.
20. Big Labour Demonstrations for the United Front in Germany, Austria, &c.
20. Congress of the International Federation of Trade Unions opens in Rome.
22-23. The National Council of the C.P. of France against the United Front.
24. The War Speech of Poincaré in Bar-le-duc.
1. May Day Celebrations all over the world.
2. Berlin Police Charge the Demonstrating Workers.
2. Lock-out begins of the 47 Unions in Britain.
4. Protest Strike of the Berlin Municipal Workers.
4. Metal Workers Strike in Czecho-Slovakia.
4. Kingisepp, Esthonian Communist Leader, Executed.
4. Wu-Pei-Fu’s Victory in the Chinese Civil War.
6. Jim Larkin Released on Bail.
7. Communist Successes in Bye-Elections Suburbs.
8. British Shipyard Workers Resume Work.