Communist Review

The Red Calendar

Source: The Communist Review, August 1922, Vol. 3, No. 3.
Publisher: Communist Party of Great Britain
Transcription/Markup: Brian Reid
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11. Russia sends Reply to Allies’ Memorandum at Genoa.
12. Gandhi’s son arrested and sentenced to 18 month’s imprisonment.
14-21. Communists successes at Cantonal elections in France.
17. Non-Aggression Pact signed by Russia and the other Powers at Genoa.
17. The Communist Federation in Tunis dissolved.
18. Business suspended in India in commenoration of the Amritsar Massacre.
19. Genoa Conference closes.
19. General strike in Prague in sympathy with striking metal workers.
19. Latvian court martial sentences five communists to death, other hard labour for many years.
21. Cologne meeting of the Second International against United Front.
23. Commission of Nine meets in Berlin and is dissolved owing to sabotage of the Second International.
24. Grave incidents in Rome caused by Fascistsi.
26. Vandervelde, Theodore Liebknecht and Rosenfeld arrive in Moscow.
26. Metal workers strike ends in south Germany.
27. Reval (Esthonia). Heavy sentences of Communists, 51 sentenced; 16 of the to hard labour of from 4 to 10 years


1. Kuntze, noted Czech-Slovak Communist and strike leader, arrested.
1. Offices of the Hamburger Volkszeitung, Hamburg set on fire by reactionaries.
2-4. Congress of the C.P. of Switzerland.
3. Four French Communists sentenced to prison.
4-7. Congress of the C.P. of Bulgaria.
6. Economic treaty concluded between Czecho-Slovakia and Russia.
8. Trial of Social-Revolutionaries opens in Moscow.