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THE CALL

THE CALL

11 January 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
HAMDEN AND THE WAN.

HAMDEN AND THE WAN.

Isms 111 By John Bryan. One penny, poet free three half-pence. NM sumps AMIN Wu. By J. T. Walton Newbold. M.A. New and reviced edition, Is. Ad. Post free 74. 54d. Usual terms to branches. 11.9. P. 'Moreton 2ta Maiden Lane, Strand, London. W.C.2.
5 April 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
BRITISH SOCIALISTS AND It is well that at this moment, when men's minds, turning slowly from war, are tending towards

BRITISH SOCIALISTS AND It is well that at this moment, when men's minds, turning slowly from war, are tending towards

peace, we should briefly review the part played by Socialism since the earl• days of the war. In the first mad rush of our countrymen, provoked by consternation and pity for the victims of invasion, there were many among ourselves who, missing foothold, lost the analytical proce
4 January 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
Germany and Russia

Germany and Russia

By J. I. WALTos-NEw now, M.A. rHERE are Socialists who, ever since the commencement of the war, have been disputing among themselves and with others as to whether the provoking party in the conflict was Germany or Russia, and they have carried on this profitless argument in such
1 March 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
CALL

CALL

1 March 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
flanspen sad Lintel.

flanspen sad Lintel.

sad Lintel. According to the "tiachalo," Samuel Gompers, President of the American Federation of Labour, telegraphed as follows to Legien, Secretary of the German Federation of Trade Unions :—"Cannot you react upon the German Government and induce it to avoid a break with the Uni
1 March 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
TNt NATIONAL rosasunan VISITS LANGASNIIIII.

TNt NATIONAL rosasunan VISITS LANGASNIIIII.

TNt NATIONAL VISITS LANGASNIIIII. What impression do I bring back with me after a fortnight's tour in Lancashire? Kindnesse—hospitality—• right good welcome—all unite in convincing me that the tessera' policy and the conduct of the National Executive has given satisfaction to our
1 March 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
IP

IP

THE CALL
8 February 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
Member of the Editorial Committee of the "Nachalo."

Member of the Editorial Committee of the "Nachalo."

(In printing the above letter from Comrade Losovsky. we can only express our sincere regret that the mistake referred to should have been made.— En.) •• • • TM amoral Strike Win. An economic crisis has been brought about in Spain by the shipping troubles. Great misery prevails t
19 April 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England
 
THE INTERNATIONAL

THE INTERNATIONAL

The Russian Revolution Manifesto of the International Socialist Commission at Berne (concluded from last week) :-- "The Socialist-Patriots who betray the Russian Revolution are at the same time betraying their own nations. The vain hope that the war will end with a decided defea
3 May 1917 - Call (London) - London, London, England