Source: The Communist Review, February 1922, Vol. 2, No. 4.
Publisher: Communist Party of Great Britain
Transcription/Markup: Brian Reid
Public Domain: Marxists Internet Archive (2007). 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.
10. Dombal, Polish Communist Leader and M.P., areested.
12. Attilio Bolodari, Italian Socialist leader, murdered by Fascisti.
14. Plebiscite in Oedenburg (Burgenland) under a united Hungarian British-Italian terror.
16. Anti-Communist persecutions in Japan, seven organisations suspended and many Communists arrested.
19-22. All-Russian Conference of the C.P. of Russia.
19-23. Sixth All-Ukrainian Soviet Congress.
20. Czech-Slovak-Austrian Treaty signed. This means a strengthening of the reactionary Little Entente.
20. Friesland, Brass and Maltzahn begin a right-wing movement in the C.P. of Germany.
22-24. The Unity Congress of the French Revolutionary T.U. Committee (C.S.R.), more than 1,500 unions represented.
23-28. The Ninth All-Russian Soviet Congress, 1,819 delegates present, of whom 1,690 are Communists.
25. Vladimir Korolenko, a famous Russian revolutionary poet, dies in Poltava Ukrainia.
25-29. The First Congress of the C.P. of France at Marseilles.
26. The Italo-Russian Commercial Treaty signed.
26. Berthelot, the Director of the French Foreign Office, resigns.
27. Decree re moratorium and restriction of exchange-transactions in Italy.
27. The All-Indian National Congress at Ahmedabad, Gahndi invested with dictatorial power.
29. The Banca Italiana di Sconto suspends payments.
1. The Revolutionary C.G.T. (General Federation of Labour) of France begins to function.
6. The Conference of Cannes decides to invite Russia to an All-European Conference.
7. The Dail approves the Anglo-Irish Treaty.
8. The Congress of the U.S.P.D. (Independent Socialist Party of Germany) opened at Leipzig.
12. Braind, the French Premier, resigns.