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  • Annie Besant Archive
    Archive Women and Marxism Annie Besant Annie Besant 1847 1933 Archive of Works Misogyny in Excelsis 1887 Women and Marxism To Day Archive To volunteer for the MIA Email our

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  • Frank Kitz Archive
    Frank Kitz Frank Kitz 1848 1923 Biography Works Internationalism Sept 1886 The Paris Congress a Delegate s Report August 1889 Socialism and Strikes Oct 1889 Marxists Internet Archive

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  • Glossary of People: Ki
    an 1887 population of 22 000 beginning in 1893 Aleksey worked as a machinist slesarem in a textile factory In 1898 he joined the RSDLP working for the party in Ivanovo Voznesensk Moscow Kharkov Baku and Odessa He was arrested on multiple occasions In 1914 Aleksey joined the Central Committee of the party and shortly thereafter he was arrested again and sent to Siberia Knowing he would be forcibly drafted into the army at the outbreak of World War One Aleksey escaped prison and moved from city to city in Siberia to avoid capture In the General Amnesty of the February Revolution he returned to the east in 1917 and resumed his position of the Central Committee He later became only a candidate alternate member of the Central Committee and served this role from 1917 19 1921 23 and 1925 34 actively filling in at various times from February 1919 to April 1920 in 1924 as secretary Here in Ivanovo Voznesensk without the softening effect of any intermediate class the two antagonistic sides labour and capital stood confronted The issue was as clear as clear could be and that is why it was so easy to carry on our Bolshevik propaganda there Here we had no serious conflict with any organized groups of Mensheviks or Socialist Revolutionaries That is why the Ivanovo Voznesensk proletariat led by some of the most prominent comrades in our ranks was always in the forefront of the proletarian revolution Cecilia Bobrovskaya Twenty Years in Underground Russia Memoirs of a Rank and File Bolshevik In 1918 Kiselev became a member of the presidium of the VSNKh Supreme Council for the National Economy of the USSR Also in the Summer of 1918 he led the political department of the Orenburg Red Army division In 1919 in addition to these roles and serving on the CC of the party Kiselev also served on the Council of People s Commissars for Turkestan Beginning in April 1920 he left his position on the CC of the party to become Chairman of the All Russia Miner s Union in Turkestan In 1920 Kiselev supported the Worker s Opposition but conformed to party discipline when the group was banned From 1923 24 he served as a member of the presidium of the TSKK Central Control Commission of the Communist Party In 1923 Kiselev also became the People s Commissar of the Workers and Peasant Inspection of the RSFSR and a reserve member to the same role for the USSR From 1925 34 he again became a candidate member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party Little else is know about his life during this time On September 7 1937 after 20 years of service to the Soviet government Kiselev is arrested for allegedly belonging to an anti Soviet counter revolutionary organisation Uncharacteristic of the slaughter of Old Bolsheviks who led such distinguished and long careers Kiselev is almost immediately shot after his arrest on October 30 1937 in Moscow In 1956

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  • Edward Aveling Internet Archive
    London Freethought Publishing Co n d 1882 A Godless Life The Happiest and Most Useful London A Besant C Bradlaugh 1882 Science and Religion London A Besant and C Bradlaugh n d 1882 On Superstition London A Besant and C Bradlaugh n d c 1882 The Borderland Between Living and Non Living Things A Lecture Delivered Before the Sunday Lecture Society on Sunday Afternoon November 5 1882 London Sunday Lecture Society General Biology Theoretical and Practical London n p 1882 The Religious Views of Charles Darwin London Freethought Publishing Company 1883 The Darwinian Theory London Progressive Publishing Company n d c 1883 Christianity and Capitalism With Charles L Marson and Stewart D Headlam London Modern Press 1884 The Curse of Capital London Freethought Publishing Co 1884 The Darwinian Theory Its Meaning Difficulties Evidence History London Progressive Publishing Co 1884 The Origin of Man London Progressive Publishing Co 1884 The Factory Hell With Eleanor Marx Aveling London Socialist League Office 1885 Monkeys Apes and Men London Progressive Publishing Co 1885 The Woman Question With Eleanor Marx Aveling London Swan Sonnenschein Co 1886 Chemistry of the Non Metallics London J Hughes 1886 Natural Philosophy for London University Matriculation London n p 1886 Darwin Made Easy London Progressive Publishing Co 1887 Mechanics and Experimental Science as Required for the Matriculation Examination of the University of London London n p 1887 The Working Class Movement in America With Eleanor Marx Aveling London Swan Sonnenschein Co 1887 Second Edition 1891 Shelley s Socialsm Two Lectures With Eleanor Marx Aveling London privately published 1888 Key to Mechanics London Chapman and Hall 1888 Key to Chemistry London Chapman and Hall 1888 Mechanics and Light and Heat For London University Matriculation London W Stewart Co n d 1888 Mechanics and Experimental Science as Required for the Matriculation Examination

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  • Glossary of People: Av
    for her money edit Political career In 1884 Aveling became the partner of Eleanor Tussy Marx the daughter of Karl Marx despite being the estranged husband of Isabel Frank a status which remained until her death in 1892 Although his background was in biology rather than political economy Aveling was thrust into the inner circle of British socialism through his personal relationship with Tussy Later in 1884 Aveling and Marx were both elected to the Executive Council of the Social Democratic Federation This position proved temporary because the couple separated from the SDF at the end of the year along with William Morris and Belfort Bax in the acrimonious split which formed the Socialist League In 1884 Frederick Engels enlisted Aveling to help in the translation of first volume of Karl Marx s book Das Kapital Aveling also achieved some small success as a playwright under the pen name Alec Nelson In the autumn of 1886 Aveling and Marx toured and lectured the United States on behalf of the Socialist Labor Party Upon their return they wrote a book detailing the situation of the left wing political movement and trade unions in the US for a British audience They found the US populated by unconscious socialists people who shared socialist values but disclaimed socialist ideas Aveling and Marx wrote The mass of American Workers had scarcely any more conception of the meaning of Socialism than had their betters They also had been grievously misled by capitalist papers and capitalist economists and preachers Hence it came to pass that after most of our meetings we were met by Knights of Labour Central Labour Union men and members of other working class organisations who told us that they entering the place antagonists to Socialism as they fancied had discovered that for a long time pas they had been holding its ideas During his time in the Socialist League Aveling wrote and translated various socialist texts but nonetheless remained personally unpopular in the movement the object of a steady steam of gossip and accusations In August 1888 the branch to which Aveling and Marx belonged separated from the anarchist dominated Socialist League in favor of an independent existence as the Bloomsbury Socialist Society After leaving the Socialist League Aveling became active in the Gasworkers Union for whom he served as an auditor Aveling was a founding member and was elected to the Executive Committee of the Independent Labour Party by the 1893 Conference which established the organisation He left that group to rejoin the Marxist Social Democratic Federation in 1896 despite his long standing personal and political quarrel with SDF leader Henry Hyndman Later life death and legacy In 1897 Aveling left Eleanor and on 8 June that year secretly married an actress Eva Frye but returned to Eleanor when he was struck down with kidney disease After nursing him for some time Eleanor committed suicide mainly due to his infidelity Aveling died four months later on 2 August 1898 in Battersea of

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  • Belfort Bax Internet Archive
    Amongst the Philistines A Rejoinder to Belfort Bax November 1896 The Socialism of Bernstein 28 November 1896 Our Fabian Philosopher 30 January 1897 Morals Economics And Politics 13 February 1897 A Word to Herbert Burrows letter May 1897 The Bourgeois Radical Movement and Socialism 1 May 1897 The Decline of Militarism June 1897 Tom Mann on Socialism in England July 1897 Some Current Fallacies on the Woman Question August 1897 Legal Encouragements to Blackmail 4 September 1897 One Reactionary Mass 27 November 1897 Bourgeois Scholarship and Dangerous Doctrines 27 November 1897 The Collective Will and Law 29 January 1898 Barbarism and Civilisation letter May 1898 Democracy and the Word of Command 1 May 1898 War and Markets 9 July 1898 Marxophobia 6 August 1898 Bismarck 13 August 1898 The Italian Prisoners Fund 20 August 1898 Old London Again October 1898 An Old War Horse December 1898 In Defence Of Socialism 1899 The Peasant War Germany 11 February 1899 English Barrister letter February 1899 A Chat with the Great Aborigines Protectionist 11 February 1899 The True Inwardness of the Peace Crusade 25 February 1899 Cross Examination letter 20 May 1899 Imperial Extensions and Socialist Intentions 27 May 1899 Robespierre letter June 1899 Sexual Ethical Twaddle 10 June 1899 The Maximum letter August 1899 The Ethics of the Burning Stain 26 August 1899 Socialism and Dogma 30 September 1899 Socialism and Dogma letter 28 October 1899 Jews Boers and Patriots 4 November 1899 Jews Boers and Patriots II 1900 Jean Paul Marat The People s Friend 1900 The Rise and Fall of the Anabapists January 1900 Treacherous Toleration and Faddist Fanaticism 19 May 1900 British Freedom 26 May 1900 Wanted A New Morality July 1900 A Word With Professor Beesly 25 August 1900 It Must Be Must It Be September 1900 Love Of Country 13 October 1900 Some Reflections on the Paris Congress 27 October 1900 Reflections on Comrade Rickert letter 15 January 1901 A Bundle of Fallacies 16 February 1901 Blacks Whites and Fads letter April 1901 Outraged Feminism 1 May 1901 Patriotism 13 July 1901 The Queen s Hall Meeting letter 27 July 1901 Socialism And The Pro Boer Movement 3 August 1901 Boer Briton and Zulu 24 August 1901 The Decencies of Controversy letter September 1901 Last Words on Blacks and Whites 21 September 1901 Religion v Ethics letter 26 October 1901 How the Governing Classes Write History 2 November 1901 Sentiment and Judicial Murder 7 December 1901 The Death Penalty letter January 1902 Pro British Arguments February 1902 Factitious Unity 1 March 1902 Ferri and the Woman Question letter June 1902 The Synthetic or the Neo Marxist Conception of History June 1902 Bernstein and the German Party 5 July 1902 Hysterics in Political Discussion letter August 1902 Last Words on the Bernstein Question 30 August 1902 A Personal Explanation letter 20 September 1902 A Personal Explanation letter 1902 E B Bax G B Shaw An Exchange consisting of August 1902 Bax Shaw and Fabianism letter September 1902 The Synthetic Or the Neo Marxist Conception of History November 1902 Shaw Note on Bax s Letter letter November 1902 Bax Rejoinder to Shaw s Letter letter December 1902 Feminism in extremis 1903 A New Catechism of Socialism with H Quelch 1903 Liberalism Labour January 1903 The Aims and Limitations of the Materialist Conception of History 20 February 1903 Fossil Remains 30 May 1903 Shall There Be Two Socialist Parties September 1903 Clericalism and Socialism 3 October 1903 Class Consciousness and Class War 3 October 1903 Man and Superman review 7 November 1903 Preaching and Practice 14 November 1903 The Breeding of Genius letter 26 December 1903 A Personal Explanation letter 1904 Socialism 1904 Value 30 January 1904 Immorality in the Potteries letter 27 February 1904 Comrade Hyndman s War Manifesto letter 12 March 1904 Russia and Japan letter 16 April 1904 Baneful Fallacy July 1904 Patriotism its growth and outcome 16 July 1904 National Ideals and the Pest of Patriotism 10 September 1904 Liberty and Labour 15 September 1904 Female Suffrage and Its Implications 24 September 1904 The Ethics of Socialism 31 December 1904 Beyond Selfish and Unselfish 14 January 1905 Christianity and Socialism letter 4 February 1905 Christianity and Socialism letter 16 February 1905 Christianity and Socialism letter May 1905 Anti alcohol 22 July 1905 Our Foreign Policy letter 5 August 1905 Kings and Socialists letter 12 August 1905 The Materialist Conception of History letter 28 August 1905 Socialism and Asceticism October 1905 The Economical Theory of History January 1906 Dogmatic Historics 10 February 1906 Mr Morley and the National Workshops of 48 31 March 1906 The National Workshops of 48 letter 14 April 1906 Morocco letter 14 April 1906 Socialist Ethics and Private Charity 2 June 1906 Labour Party Humbug letter June 1906 Materialistic Or Synthetic Historics Final Words 30 June 1906 Continuity Voila l Ennemi 25 August 1906 Moral Book Keeping by Double Entry 25 August 1906 Why Attack Religion letter 22 September 1906 Socialism and Religion letter 17 November 1906 Socialism and the Family December 1906 Party Progress and Party Problems 1907 Essays in Socialism New Old 26 January 1907 Socialism and the Family letter 4 May 1907 Labour Day and Imperialism 18 May 1907 The Rayner Question letter 13 July 1907 Patriotism Militarism and Ethics 20 July 1907 John A Hobson review 14 September 1907 The International Congress and Colonial Policy 5 October 1907 Soleiland and the Death Penalty 5 October 1907 A Protest 18 January 1908 Pity the Poor Papist letter 21 March 1908 Anti Feminism 6 June 1908 Internationalism and Bourgeois Foreign Politics August 1908 Socialism Real and So Called 8 August 1908 Mr Belfort Bax Replies to his Feminist Critics 29 August 1908 The Case of Gott 5 November 1908 Spiritual Spoof 10 December 1908 Smart Paradox Spoof 14 January 1909 The Chestershaw 14 January 1909 Weber and Debussy 13 February 1909 A Socialist Administration March 1909 A Study in Socialist Heresy Hunting May 1909 Why I Am an Anti Suffragist 15

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  • Glossary of People: Ba
    Bamberger Simon Father of Louis Bamberger English banker Banerjee Bimalpratibha Devi Born in Burnpur Burdwan District Joined the terrorist movement in Bengal as a youth Associated with the Jugantar party Organized a dacoity in 1931 in Maniktala Calcutta to raise funds for the imprisoned revolutionaries of the Chittagong Armoury Raid She was arrested during the getaway tried in Alipore Judges Court acquitted but immediately rearrested imprisoned for six years and put under house arrest until 1938 Elected President of the Bengal Congress Later became a Trotskyist and joined the Bolshevik Leninist Party of India after the war She mentored Robin Sen and other BLPI mass workers who built the BLPI trade union base in Raniganj another important industrial town in Asansol subdivision not far from her home in Burnpur She died in penury Compiled by Charles Wesley Ervin Banerjee Dhiren 1925 97 Joined RCPI in Calcutta expelled for Trotskyism Joined Bolshevik Leninist Party of India Worked as a teacher Active in All Bengal Teachers Association after independence Joined Socialist Party Lohia in the fifties Settled in Dalmianagar Bihar Associated with Bengali journal Utsa Manush Humanity as the Source established in 1980 to promote rational humanism Joined Narmada Bachao Andolan a movement launched in 1989 to stop the construction of the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the Narmada River Joined the Pakistan India Forum for Peace and Democracy formed in 1994 Chairman West Bengal Committee of the Pak India Forum until his death in Deli Compiled by Charles Wesley Ervin Banerjee Kamalesh Chandra 1910 1967 Party pseudonyms Chatterjee Mahmoud and Hakim Mirza Pseudonyms in International Secretariat of Fourth International Bernard Mahmoud and Ali Born in Bengal son of a Bengali father and Irish mother Schooled in Calcutta Joined the Civil Disobedience campaign 1930 32 Jailed for 6 months Joined the Students Radical Party Recruited to Trotskyism by Ajit Roy Mukherjee 1937 38 Founder Revolutionary Socialist League of Bengal 1940 Founding leader Bolshevik Leninist Party of India Jailed 1942 45 Sent to Paris 1947 as BLPI representative to Fourth International Worked in Paris as Foreign correspondent Amrita Bazaar Pat rika Member International Secretariat of Fourth International 1947 Attended Second World Congress of the Fourth International 1948 Visited Yugoslavia and interviewed Tito and other leaders of the Yugoslav CP February 1950 Sent back to India to help regroup the Trotskyists in the Socialist Party 1950 51 Sided with Michel Pablo in split in IS 1953 Became estranged from the Fourth International leadership Companion to Margarete Buber Neumann 1901 89 Returned to India 1967 Compiled by Charles Wesley Ervin Baracchi Guido 1887 1975 Born in 1887 the son of Italian nobleman who was the Victorian government astronomer Guido Baracchi became a socialist while visiting Europe shortly before World War I under the influence of guild socialists On returning to Melbourne he began working closely with Percy Laidler of the Victorian Socialist Party and with Andrade s bookshop the main distributor of Marxist literature in Melbourne was a founder of the Victorian Labor College He was jailed for opposition to conscription in 1918 He joined the International Industrial Workers the name of the IWW in Victoria at that time and edited its paper Industrial Solidarity until 1920 Beginning in June 1920 with Laidler as publisher he edited The Proletarian Review for a year until returning to Europe The Proletarian was a magazine that was later to become the theoretical journal of the Communist Party He was a founding member of the CPA and set up its Victorian branch in November 1920 He visited Europe again in 1921 where he joined the German Communist Party and became editor of Inprecor the English language magazine of the Comintern In 1924 he visited Britain and joined the British Communist Party On returning to Australia in 1925 he advocated with Bill Earsman a propagandist perspective for the CPA which had become isolated from the working class for this he was expelled He left Australia again and joined the German CP in 1935 In 1939 back in Australia Baracchi spoke out against the Stalin Hitler Pact The young Eric Aarons who was to lead the Party to its liquidation 50 years later was secretary of the Sydney University Branch at the time and delivered him a letter saying the Branch had decided his services were no longer required as tutor of the Branch class The last remaining founding member of the CPA Baracchi was soon expelled and joined the Trotskyists later in 1939 Guido Baracchi died on December 13 1975 when he collapsed after working for the Labor Party on a polling booth on election day See Guido Baracchi Archive Barbès Armand 1809 1870 Born in Guadeloupe Armand Barbès began his revolutionary activities as a young man serving in a National Guard battalion during the revolution of 1830 As a member of the Société des Droits de l Homme he was arrested in 1834 following demonstrations in support of a workers uprising in Lyon and was freed a year later After the breaking up of the Société des Droits de l Homme he along with Louis Auguste Blanqui formed the Société des Familles and was arrested in 1836 when caught with ammunition in his apartment Released after a year in prison he and Blanqui formed the Société des Saisons and in 1839 they led an armed insurrection that was briefly able to hold city hall and the Palais de Justice Wounded in the attempt Barbès was arrested and sentenced to death but his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment The failure of the 1839 uprising led to a break between Blanqui and Barbès and in 1848 when Barbès was released from prison the two men led rival groups during that revolution Barbès was elected to the Constituent Assembly but was arrested again when he participated in the May 15 demonstration that called for a more revolutionary republic Released from prison in 1854 he lived his final years in self imposed exile in Holland See Armand Barbès Archive Barbusse Henri 1873 1935

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  • Eleanor Marx
    February 1891 Letter to Samuel Gompers American Federation of Labor January 1891 A Doll s House Repaired March 1891 The Factory Hell with Edward Aveling 1891 Report to the Brussels International Congress 1891 The Working Class Movement in America with Edward Aveling 1891 The working class movement in England 1895 Exchange with Bax on the woman question November 1895 The Other Side of the Picture June 1896 Procession of Children for the Hyde Park Peace Demonstration July 1896 French and German Classes for the SDF September 1896 The Gotha Congress including Comments on Clara Zetkin s speech October 1896 The Proletarian in the Home November 1896 Socialist Municipalities and Communes in France January 1897 Karl Marx s Capital with Laura Lafargue March 1897 Suggestions for Propaganda Work January 1897 Biographical notes on Karl Marx 1897 Letter from Eleanor and Edward Aveling to Justice on their health January 1898 Editing Translations An Account of Abbé Vogler 1881 Value Price and Profit written by Karl Marx in 1865 edited by Eleanor Marx The Lady of the Sea a play by Henrik Ibsen translated by Eleanor Marx The Paris Commune of 1871 by Henri Lissagaray translated by Eleanor Marx in 1876 Madame Bovary

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