Communist Review

The Red Calendar

Source: The Communist Review, September 1922, Vol. 3, No. 5.
Publisher: Communist Party of Great Britain
Transcription/Markup: Brian Reid
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12. Elections in Finland. Twenty-seven Communists elected in Parliament in spite of the terror.
13. Czecho-Slovakian chemical workers expelled from the National Federation of T.U.’s.
14. Fusion of the Parliamentary factions of the German Majority Socialists and Independent Socialists.
17. General strike in Novara (Italy).
18. The Defence of Republic Act carried by German Parliament.
18. General strike in Warsaw.
19. The Facta Cabinet defeated in Italy.
20. General strike in Piedmont and Lombardy.
20. The Hague Conference ends.
20. Editors of the Greek Communist daily paper —Rizospastis —arrested.
20. Conference of the London, Vienna and Amsterdam Internationals in Amsterdam.
23. General strike in Piedmont and Lombardy called off.
26. Fascisti’s ravages in Ravenna. Twelve workers killed.
28. Jules Guesde, French Socialist leader, dies.
31. General strike declared in Italy.


3. Italian general strike called off. Numerous fights between Fascisti and workers.
3. Badina and six other French Red sailors released. Marty retained in prison.
6. Genoa, Milan, Ancona, Parma and Leghorn placed under military control.
7. Allies’ Conference opens in London.
8. End of the trial of the Social Revolutionaries at Moscow. Death sentences suspended.
10. R. Dunn and J. O’Sullivan executed in London.
10. Death sentences on South African strikers.