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CPI Index 1925

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Title

1.

I. Indian Communism Abroad

Home Poll. F. 28/1925, Surreptitious entry of Europeans into India disguised as Seamen (Card by P.C. Joshi).



2.

Home Poll. F. 28/1/1925, Outline measures to prevent the surreptitious entry into and Departure from India of Revolutionaries disguised as Seamen. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

3.

Home Poll. F. 192/1925, Debate in the House of Common on the Subject of Communist Propaganda in England and Elsewhere including India. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

4.

Home Poll. F. 193/II/1925, Exchange of Information regarding Bolshevik Propaganda and Activities with the authorities of the Dutch East India. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

5.

Home Poll. F. 193/III/1925, Question of forming an anti Bolshevik Organisation and of Distributing anti Bolshevik Propaganda. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

6.

Home Poll. F. 202/1925, Memorandum on British Indian Revolutionaries in Moscow.

6(1).

Home Poll. F. 380/1925, Manifesto issued by the British Communist Party Appealing for the support of colonial workers and for the destruction of the British Empire.

7.

Home Poll. F. 311/1925 & KW, Measures taken to Counteract anti-British Propaganda by Indian Seditionists in America. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

8.

Home Poll. F. 239/1925, Proposed resolution in the Legislative Assembly Recommending the Grant of an Amnesty to Indian Seditionists abroad on their return to India.

9.

Home Poll. F. 256/1925, Report on the working of the International Peasant Council of Russia.

10.

Home Poll. F. 392/1925 & KW, Seditious Indians in USA. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

11.

Home Poll. F. 394/1925, Resolution by Maulvi Mohammed Shafi and Amend by T.C. Goswami in the Legislative Assembly recommending the release of Political or State prisoners and the return of Indians Offenders from Abroad. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

12.

CPGB/1925, Saklatvala in Parliament by Saklatvala, No. 4, April-May, 1925.

13.

ILO No. P & J, 1819 of 1925, Parliamentary Question, Anti Bolshevik, regarding Britain and British Interests in China Official Notes.

14.

ILO, No. P & J Deptt. 572 of 1925, Parliamentary Question on Subversive Propaganda in Britain and the Empire: Official Note on Indian Unrest.

15.

Home Poll. F. 21/1/1925, Mahendra Pratap Activities in 1925. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

16.

Home Poll. F. 24/II/1925, Papers regarding the Grant of a Passport to S.N. Banerji. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

17.

Home Poll. F. 94/III/1925 and Appendix, Confidential Note on the Proposed Return to India of Iqbal Shadai.

18.

Home Poll. F. 94/IV/1925, Probable return to India from January of Bhupendranath Dutt. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

19.

Home Poll. F. 91/III/1925, Grant of a passport to Deep Narain Singh for Countries other than Germany and Russia. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

20.

Home Poll. F. 99/XI/1925, Refusal of a passport endorsement for travel to India to Clemens Palme Dutt. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

21.

Home Poll. F. 139/1/1925 Appx and KW Serial Nos. 1-3 (Part I), Proposed Deportation of Certain Indian Seditionists from Germany. Decision to take action under regulation III of 1818. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

22.

NAI, Bengal who is who (quoted in Home Poll. F. 181/25), Alias Doctor Haidar S/O Biswanath Dutta of Calcutta “One of the Most dangerous Revolutionaries that Bengal has ever Produced”. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

23.

Home Poll. F. 263/1925, Deportation of Indian Seditionists from Germany proposed issue of Warrants Under Regulation IIII. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

24.

Home Poll. F. 351/1925, Visit of Mrs. M.N. Roy to America with the object of Spreading Communism among Indians in America and of formenting trouble in areas in the Far East. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

25.

Home Poll. F. 359/1925, Exclusion of Mr. Saklatwala from the United States. America pro Articles regarding activities of radical organization. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

26.

Jangeer Nagiev “India under British Exploitation” (Indiya Pod Gneotum Anglii) (Edited Introduction by A. Teebel) State Publishing House Moscow-Leningrad, pp. 66, Leningrad Public Library Index Number 16/54.

27.

Big Ben. “North-western Border of India”. Novi Vastok (No. 1(7), pp. 269-287.

28.

Big Ben. “India in the Struggle for Freedom”, Novi Vastok No. 8-9, pp. 95-106.

29.

Worker’s Weekly, 2 January of 1925, Formation of a Pro-India-Committee in France (In Dr. Helga Meier’s Manuscript).

30.

The Communist International, pp. 69-91, New Economic Policy of British Imperialism: Its Effects on Indian Nationalism by M.N. Roy.

31.

The Communist International, pp. 71-87, Delimitation of National Boundaries in Soviet Central Asia (Translation from the Uzbec), by Feizulla Khodjaev.

32.

International Press Correspondent, Vol. V, No. 18, 5 March, The Labour Movement in the Colonial and Semi-Colonial Countries by L. Geller.

33.

International Press Correspondent, Vol. V, No. 42, 7 May, pp. 546-547, A Labour Party for India by Evelyn Roy..

34.

International Press Correspondent, Vol. V, No. 29, 7 May, News Form of Revolutionary Agitation by S.

35.

International Press Correspondent, Vol. V, No. 68, 23 July, Industrial Strike in India by M.N. Roy.

36.

The Masses of India, December 1925, Cawnpur Congress.

37.

Labour Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1925, The Empire and the Proletariat by M.N. Roy.

38.

Labour Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 4, 1925, Indian Political Exiles in France by Evelyn Roy.

39.

Labour Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 5, 1925, The Roy Case: A Report by Manri Barbusse.

40.

Labour Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 7, 1925, Indian Politics: An Analysis by Clemens Dutt.

41.

Labour Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 8, 1925, India: North West Railway Strike.

42.

Labour Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 12, 1925, India: Textile Workers Strike.

43.

Labour Monthly, Vol. 7, 1925, The Trust of Empire and Mr. MacDonneld A Trustee by M. Abdullah.

44.

Home Poll. F. 52/1/1925, Prohibition of the entry into India under the Sea Customs Act the Newspapers Published in Shanghai Entitled Hind Jagawa and Pardesi Sewak. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

45.

Home Poll. F. 52/iii/1925, Labour Monthly entry Prohibition of the entry into India under the GOI notification Commerce Department No. 2026, dated 22 April 1922. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

46.

Home Poll. F. 52/iv/1925, Prohibition from entry into India under the Sea Customs Act the Newspapers “The Masses of India” Published in Paris.

47.

Home Poll. F. 52/v/1925, Prohibition of the entry into India under the Sea Customs Act of the Journal entitled “The Workers Monthly”. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

48.

Home Poll. F. 52/vi/1925, Government of India Commerce Department Notification of 12 May, 1925 Bans: “The Second Phase of the Movement for the Freedom of India in the National Congress or the Organisation of the Congress Committee and the Programme to the Mahabharat Swarajya Party”>

49.

Home Poll. F. 52/viii/1925, Government of India Notification of 17 September 1925 Prohibiting entry into India of Direct Road of National Emancipation” printed at Constantinople by Rahmat A. Zakaria; H.D. Noting; Contents ‘Usual Bolshevik Lines’ and Advocates violent Resolution. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

49.A.

Home Deptt. Poll.. F. No. 253/1925, On Terrorist Revolutionaries.

49.B.

Communist Paper, October 1925.

50.

Home Poll. F. 189/1925, Soviet Films for India Extract from Morning Post 5.3.1925. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

51.

Home Poll. F. 202/1925, Reference to the Proscription of M.N. Roy’s Pamphlet: What do We Want?” and Import to India prohibited by Commerce Department Notification No. 23/12/1925. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

52.

Home Poll. F. 260/1925, Prohibition from entry into India under the Sea Customs Act of 1818 of all Newspapers and publication issued by the “Communist International and Compilation of a list of such publications, Additions to this list of the “Young Workers” the official organ of the Young Communist Party (Card by P.C. Joshi).

53.

Home Poll. F. 285/12/1925, Interception by the Authorities in Saigon of two objectionable pamphlets in French by one Henri Barbusse.

Prohibition of the Entry into India of any copy of the Monthly Builletin Du Comite Pro-Hindu” on 9.7.1925. (Card by P.C. Joshi).



54.

Home Poll. F. 286/1925, Le Bulletin der Comite Pro-Hindu No. 4, April 1925. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

55.

Home Poll. F.286/1925, Interception by the Authorities at Saigon of two Objectionable pamphlets in French by one Henri Barbusse Prohibition of the Entry into India of any copy of the Monthly Bulletin der Comite Pro-Hindu”. (Card by P.C. Joshi).

55.1.

From Tashkent Party Archives, From Turkestan Bureau to the CC Turkestan CP (Original in Russian and English Translation)

55.2.

From Tashkent Party Archives, Minutes of 17th October, 1920 meeting signed by Chairman, J. Acharya, Secretary, Roy. (Original in Russian and English Translation)

55.3.

From Tashkent Party Archives, Minutes of the CPI meeting on 15 December 1921, Tashkent, (Part torn off.). (Original in Russian and English Translation)

55.4.

From Tashkent Party Archives, Extracts from the Book “Foreign Communists in Turkestan”, 1961 by Sologubov on the foundation of CPI on 17 October 1920. (Original in Russian and English Translation)

55.5.

From Tashkent Party Archives, Extracts from the Minutes of the Turk Bureau of the CC of CRCP and the Executive Bureau of CC of CPT held 31.12.1920. (Original in Russian and English Translation)

55.6.

From Tashkent Party Archives, MSS. Rough English Translation of above 55.1 – 55.5.

55.7.

The Indian Communist Party.

  • Object,

  • Programme,

  • Methods,

  • Principles,

Secretary, Communist Party of India Admission form, Published by S. Satya Bhakta, at the Brahman Press, Cawnpore.

55.8.

Home Ministry (Intelligence Files) Documents on the First Communist Conference, Cawnpore, 1925.

  • The First Indian Communist Conference by Satya Bhakta (Secretary)

  • Presidential Address by Singaravelu

  • General Rules of the Indian Communist Party (Provisional)

  • Press Comments by Leader, 28th December 1925

  • The Communist Conference- First Day’s Proceedings, Speeches by Messrs, Mohani and Singaravelu

  • Text of Resolutions. – Members of the Subjects Committee; - Members of the Working Committee.

55.9.

Foundation of the Communist Party of India – Conferences and Congress of CPI.

55.10.

First Conference of the CPI (Kanpur) – Organised Principles, Langal, Vol. I, No. IV, 14 January 1926, p. 13.

55.11.

On Kanpur Conference and After, India in 1925-26, Communist Activities in India by J. Coatman, Director of Public Information, Government of India.

55.12.

Samyavadi – Editor Satya Bhakta, Vol. I, No. 1, January1, 1926.

55.13.

Controversies in Communist Movement:

  1. Ayodhya Prasad’s Letter to the Editor Pratap, 30 May, 1926,

  2. Satya Bhakta’s Reply Aaj: June 12, 1926,

  3. Ayodhya Prasad’s Rejoinder Aaj: June 18, 1926.

55.14.

Shramjeeviyon ko Sandesh: - A Message to the Proletariat by Satya Bhakta, Proletariat Series No.1, July 1925.

55.15.

Satya Bhakta’s papers, Communist Conference in Cawnpore.

55.16.

First Communist Conference – The Indian Communists and M.N. Roy by S. Satyabhakta, 1st May, 1925.

55.17.

CPI – The First Communist Conference – The First Indian Communist Conference by Satya Bhakta (Secy.), 12 October, 1925.

55.18.

First Communist Conference, General Rules of the Indian Communist Party (Provisional).

55.19.

First Communist Conference, The Indian Communist Party, Object of the Indian Communist Party.

56.

II. Communist Party of India: Formation (1)

On CPI, from RPD Collection, 1925, The Indian Communist Party object, Programme, Methods and Principles by Secretary, Indian CP, Published by Satyabhakta by Cawnpore CPI office.



57.

IAR, Vol. II, pp. 367-71, July-December, 1925, Indian Communists’ Conference Cawnpur, 26th December, 1925.

58.

Mainstream, Annual Number 1969, Kanpur Communist Conference of 1925, p. 67.

59.

The Masses of India, Vol. II, No. 1, January, 1926, Paris, What is a Communist Party.

60.

The Masses of India, Vol. II, No. 1, Jan. 1926, Facts Point of View of the Masses, What is a Communist Party?

61.

The Masses of India, Vol. II, No. 3, March 1926, The Indian Communists and the Communist International.

62.

The Masses of India, Vol. II, No. 9, Paris, National Communism beware of False Friends.

63.

The Vanguard, Vol. III, No. 3, September 15, 1923, Central Organ Communist Party of India (See Communist International), Three Programmes.

64.

The Masses of India, Vol. II, No. 10, National Communism.

65.

The Masses of India, Vol. II, No. 11, November 1926, How to Organise a Working Class Party? (First efforts to organize CPI of other allied political orgs., Labour Party, Workers and Peasants Party.

66.

The Masses of India, Vol. II, No. 12, December 1926, Paris, Programme of the Working Class Party.

67.

Sramik, 30.8.25, 13.9.25

Dainik Basumati, 5.9.25, 26.1.25

Appreciation of the Communist Party.


68.

Al-Jameyah

Matwala, 6.9.25 (Satyabhakta Statement)

The Bolsheviks in India.


69.

Deshabandhu, 8.9.24,

Sramik, 26.10.24

Vishwamitra, 21.11.24

Programme of the Indian Communist Party.



70.

Nayak, 20.12.25,

Amrita Bazar Patrika, 28.12.25,

Forward, 28.12.25,

A Communist Conference at Cawnpore

Nayak, 30.12.25,

Amrita Bazar Patrika, 31.12.25,

Nayak, 6.1.25,

The Communist Party of India.



71.

Nayak, 20.12.25,

Amrita Bazar Patrika, 28.12.25,

Forward, 28.12.25,

Nayak, 30.12.25,

Amrita Bazar Patrika, 31.12.25,

A Communist Conference at Cawnpore.



72.

Confidential Note on Press UP for Week Ending 6th February, 1926, Samyavadi, Pratap, Communism

Samyavadi: For the Week ending 13th February, 1926, Vartaman, Press Bandhu, for the Week ending 27th February 1926.



73.

UP Newspapers Confidential Note 16.8.1924, on Formation of Communist Party of India, Satyabhakta in Pratap in Aaj, in Vartman.

74.

UP Newspapers Confidential Note 7.2.1925, Indian Communist Party – Vartman, Expulsion of M.N. Roy – Medina, M.N. Roy to Belgium Congress, Agra Akhbar.

75.

Confidential Note on Press UP for the Week Ending 7th February 1925, Revolutionary Party of India, Pioneer, Weekly Observer.

76.

Confidential Note on Press UP for Week Ending 14th February 1925 Revolutionary Propaganda, Oudh Akhbar, Nizam-i-Alam.

77.

Confidential Note on Press UP for the Week Ending 24th October 1925, Indian Communist Conference, Gharit.

78.

Confidential Note on Press UP Fortnightly Ending 25th October 1925, Proscription of the Leaflet, Indian Communist Party – Vartman, Pratap.

79.

Confidential (Bolshevism). Conference Memo on UP Newspapers and Periodicals during 1925 Organisation of Labour and Communism.

80.

RPD Library, Imperialism and Labour, British Policy Meaning in India, An appeal to the Workers of Great Britain by CPI Bombay, July 15,1925.

81.

CPI 1925, Imperialism and Labour, The Meaning of British Policy in India, An appeal to the Workers of Great Britain by CPI, July 15,1925.

82.

The Masses of India, August 1925, Imperialism and Labour: An Appeal to the British Proletariat, communist Party of India.
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