Communist International

101st Anniversary

March 4, 1919 - March 4, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4th of March, 1919

Long live the 101st anniversary of the founding of the Comintern of Lenin and Stalin !

 

Messages of Solidarity

 

Greeting message of the Comintern (SH)

 

Long live the 101st anniversary of the Comintern!


Our slogan for the 101st anniversary of the founding of the Comintern is:
Learning from "Inprecorr" means learning to win!

 

We greet all comrades around the world on the 101st birthday of the Comintern, on March 4, 2020!

When we successfully implemented our campaign for the 100th anniversary of the Comintern last year, we decided not to let up in the years that followed when it came to propagating the Comintern and its publications. This year we have made a new big contribution. We published the Inprekorr editions from 1922 to 1933 in English. It is an enormous achievement that we are proud of.

INPRECORR

[ Journal of the Communist International ]

These are historical documents of the Comintern that are, today, .of great value to the Comintern (SH). We will learn important lessons from this rich material.
They give an insight into the work of the Comintern.

The documents provide information about the activities of the Sections, in particular those of the CPSU (b), about the construction of socialism in the Soviet Union, about the mass organizations of the Comintern and about events in the world communist movement.
We don't want to and cannot publish these documents without critical comment. These documents contain texts of opportunistic elements that were later unmasked and partially excluded from the Comintern or even sentenced to death.

We are still a long way from the enormous press activity of the Comintern, but we are doing everything we can to turn this state of weakness into strength by learning from the inprecorr that itself stemmed from the press activity of the Bolshevik party of Lenin and Stalin.

Learning from the Inprekorr means not copying, that is, not repeating its mistakes. Learning from the Inprekorr, that is, creating a Stalinist-Hoxhaist Inprekorr under today's conditions of globalization, by learning from the historical experiences of the Comintern with the method of dialectical and historical materialism. Above all, the Comintern (SH) may never fall into the hands of treacherous leaders, as was the case in the Comintern and, especially, was expressed in its Inprekorr articles, too.

It is a historical fact that the Comintern has not achieved the goal of realizing the victory of the world revolution. The Comintern failed also to help ensuring the victory of the socialist revolution at least in a single country. This was impossible with opportunist leaders at the head. Even the working class in a small country like Albania has shown to the world, that the dictatorship of the proletariat was established in spite of the treacherous dissolution of the Comintern. So when we learn from the Comintern's experience, we do so with the firm intention of leading the struggle for the world socialist revolution to a victorious end - in spite of all traitors and liquidators. The Comintern (SH) must become a world party that actually helps the world proletariat to liberate itself and to establish the world dictatorship of the proletariat.

Let us create a centralized Stalinist-Hoxhaist world news agency !

Of course, we need the re-establishment of the "Inprecorr". However, the Stalinist-Hoxhaist "Inprecorr" does not simply mean a copy of the Inprecorr of the Comintern. The further development of the Inprecorr will be achieved solely on the basis of Stalinism-Hoxhaism, and published as a special rubric in the central organ of the Comintern (SH).

As for Hoxhaism, the Party of Labor of Albania was the last party in the world which maintained a genuine proletarian world news agency. Since the PLA was liquidated, there has been no more a revolutionary, truly Marxist-Leninist world news agency. Only with the Comintern (SH) will it be possible to reconstruct a globally centralized world proletarian news agency. The Comintern (SH) is concerned with illuminating daily world events in the light of Stalinism-Hoxhaism, to show the revolutionary way out of the misery of the masses, pointing the way to liberation from capitalist exploitation and oppression by the world socialist revolution, and finally, to prove scientifically the objective law of the unavoidable development of the society towards world communism.

Inprekorr - it was a great international Comintern news agency about giving the correct revolutioinary answer to the world events in general and about how to lead the world movement of communism towards the world socialist revolution.

The world bourgeoisie has its own news agencies for the purpose to deceive the masses. That is why the world proletariat needs its own news agencies: not only as a means of resistance, but ultimately as a means of revolutionary elimination of the bourgeois press on a global scale.
Even at the time of the Comintern, bourgeois news agencies still had the greatest influence on international news service - international lying press in the service of world capitalism.

The question of the "news" is a question of the globalized class struggle of the world proletariat and its struggle against the "news" monopoly of the world bourgeoisie. Without this "news" - (lying) monopoly of the world bourgeoisie, the world socialist revolution will not prevail. there can be no "news" monopoly of the world proletariat without the destruction of the bourgeois press on a global scale which we fight for.

That what the Comintern (SH) has written about globalization in general, especially about our global strategy and tactics, also applies to the international news in our central organ "World Revolution". The "World Revolution" is the revolutionary voice of the world proletariat. World Bolshevik press is essentially the press that serves the proletarian masses to follow the path of world socialist revolution with the aim of world communism. Even more: a press not only “for” the world proletariat, but a press from the world proletariat itself; a press that creates the closest connection between the Comintern (SH) and the masses. It is our goal that the worker is not only a reader, but also a contributor and distributor of our agitation and propaganda.

A world communist press is there not only for us communists, but also for every worker in the world who does not regard the Comintern press organ as a party organ, but as a press organ that not only reflects his life, but also his daily struggle, his interests and his hopes. What we need is a worldwide network of worker correspondents who report directly from their working world, thus creating a link between the party and the working class. Moreover, the work of worker correspondents is an indispensable means of winning new sympathizers and members for the Comintern (SH).

When the Bolshevization of the Comintern began, measures to Bolshevize the press were taken, too.This was a qualitative leap forward in the further development of "Inprecorr". An example is the convening of an international press conference on May 5, 1925, the day on which "Pravda" was founded in 1912 [ The "truth" instead of lies ]. The Comintern (SH) should stick to this tradition and decide on May 5, 2020 to conclude an “Agitprop Day”, a day when the focus is on strengthening our (online) press. Without our party's newspaper, we cannot advance the Comintern (SH) Bolshevization process. Without a central organ, it is impossible to successfully propagate Stalinism-Hoxhaism and to put it into practice. Without a central organ, we cannot create a connection to the world proletariat, and we cannot mobilize the world proletariat.

We have to double the readership this year without making any ideological-political compromises in propagating our party line.

Should the central organ be deleted from the Internet for any reason, it is the first task of the members of the Comintern (SH) to rebuild the central organ on the Internet. The reconstruction of the Comintern (SH) is impossible without itsl newspaper.

What is the task of our central organ "World Revolution" under today's conditions?

In the present, still first period of building the Comintern (SH), our central organ serves as a collective propagandist, agitator and organizer to recruit the most advanced elements of the world proletariat for the world proletarian revolution. The fulfillment of this task is not an end in itself, but serves - in the next step - as a pre-stage for the creation of a Stalinist-Hoxhaist world press to mobilize the entire world proletariat and all working masses. Without anchorage in the masses the avantguard cannot lead the masses, it cannot develop towards a Bolshevik mass party thus in the second period of its construction. At the moment, our central organ mainly serves as the guideline for the comrades all over the world, and for the Sections in particular, how to implement Stalinism-Hoxhaism correctly into their revolutionary practice. And it will remain that way for a few more years before we can win a mass readership in the working class.

Our future Stalinist-Hoxhaist world news agency needs to be built up in line with the general improvement in the balance of power in the Comintern headquarters (SH). The recruitment pool of the head quarter is the Sections.
This has to be achieved step by step in connection with the construction of the Sections. Without the involvement of the Sections, we cannot build up a globally centralized “News” network.

Unfortunately, we are not yet able to set up a daily global Stalinist-Hoxhaist news service due to missing forces, but we are working on it.
This means that the news still does not play the important role in our central organ as would be desirable.

At present, the readership of our central organ is maily recruited from single comrades who are interested in the position of the Comintern (SH) about the world communist movement. However, there are still not the readers among the revolutionary elements of the world proletariat who are interested in the party's stand point about the daily world events based on the interests of the proletarian class. Remember Lenin's lessons on the significance of "political disclosures".The central organ is the most important means for the further development of the world revolutionary class consciousness of the world poroletariat.
The “News” section on revolutionary world events has been firmly established since last year - thanks to the party's greatest efforts.
But that's not the only area that needs to be covered.
The "News" area is shared by other areas such as "History of the Communist World Movement", central information about the activities of the Comintern (SH), agitation and propaganda of the sections, as well as the publications of the RILU, the youth organization, the women's organization, the International der Communist Solidarity (ICS), the “Red Peasant International” etc.
It would be wrong if we would try to build up the “News” area at the expense of all other areas of Agitprop. The Comintern's (SH) agitation and propaganda cannot be limited or even reduced to the field of information. This would not meet the lessons of the Comintern Inprekorr.

The central organ must focus on uniting the three main battle fronts, namely by means of Agitprop:

a) the political battle front,

b) the economic battle front,

c) the theoretical battle front.

As soon as we have more qualified members, we will also be able to set up our own central agitprop department . The Comintern (SH) can only specialize in the various areas of its struggle as far as the number of members grows. That is why our propaganda has to focus on attracting new members, who we equip with the basic theoretical knowledge of Stalinism-Hoxhaism which is, again, required for executing special tasks of the headquarters.

The headquarters of the Comintern (SH) has still to cover most of the Section areas itself. The German section, the Egyptian section, the USA section and the Uganda outpost deliver current contributions from their own countries, or from other countries, to the central organ "World Revolution". This is an encouraging expression for the strengthening of our central organ. To improve our “news” work, it is imperative that the sections set up their own news network for their own country (or for their neighboring countries). A positive example is the Egyptian section, which is setting up a “news” network for the entire Arab world.

In the time when Inprekorr was published by the Comintern, the gratuitous access of communist propaganda was still not available. This was secured by the Comintern (SH) the first time in history of the communist world movement. We have created the largest archive of communist agitation and propaganda in the world (in particular the largest archive of the 5 classics of Marxism-Leninism). And we have already created our own solid theoretical basis on which we can build a Stalinist-Hoxhaist world news agency.

The Inprecorr vintages 1922 - 1933 have now been added to our archives. We plan to systematically and critically evaluate this rich material in the near future. In particular, we will focus on critically examining most of the authors of Inprecorr. It is not only a fact that not only such traitors as Zinoviev, Bukharin and Dimitrov led the Comintern, but the fact is that most of the Inprekorr authors ended up in the class enemy camp. The Comintern (SH) has learned the right lessons from this and will continue to provide the necessary information about unmasking the traitors and renegades.
The Bolshevik party develops its strength through its purification from opportunists.

Long live the 101st anniversary of the founding of the Comintern Lenin and Stalins!
Long live the world socialist revolution!
Long live Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin and Enver Hoxha!
Long live world socialism and world communism!

4th of March, 2020

Wolfgang Eggers


 

NEW

Publications of the Comintern (SH) on occasion of the 101st anniversary of the founding of the Comintern

1922

VOL 2

list of contents

January - June

July - December

 

Vol 2, No. 1, January 3, 1922

Vol 2, No. 2, January 6, 1922

Vol 2, No. 3, January 10, 1922

Vol 2, No. 4, January 13, 1922

Vol 2, No. 5, January 17, 1922

Vol 2, No. 6, January 20, 1922

Vol 2, Nos. 7-8, January 27, 1922

 

No 9 - January - 31

No 10 - February - 7

No 11 - February - 10

No 12 - February - 14

No 13 - February - 17

No 14 - February - 21

No 15 - February - 24

No 16 - February - 28

No 17 - March - 3

No 18 - March - 8

No 19 - March - 10

No 20 - March - 14

No 21 - March - 17

No 22 - March - 21

No 23 - March - 24

No 24 - March - 28 (Supplement)

No 25 - March - 31

No 26 - April - 12

No 27 - April - 15

No 28 - April - 19

Supplement No 2 - April - 24 (special number)

No 29 - April - 25

No 30 - April - 26

No 31 - April - 28

No 32-33 - May - 5 (double number)

No 34 - May - 9

No 35 - May - 11

No 36 - May - 12 (special number)

No 37 - May - 16

No 38 - May - 19 (special number)

No 39 - May - 19 (special number)

No 40 - May - 22 (special number)

No 41 - May - 23 (special number)

No 42 - May - 27 (special number)

No 43 - May - 30

No 44 - June - 2

No 45 - June - 7

No 46 - June - 9

No 47 - June - 12 (special service)

No 48 - June - 13

No 49 - June - 16 (special number)

No 50 - June - 17 (special service)

No 51 - June - 20

No 52 - June - 22 (special service)

No 53 - June - 23

No 54 - June - 28

No 55 - June - 30 (special service)

No 56 - June - 30

No 57 - July - 17

No 58 - July - 14 (special number)

No 59 - July - 18

No 60 - July - 21

No 61 - July - 25

No 62 - July - 28

No 63 - August - 1

No 64 - August - 2 (special number)

No 65 - August - 4

No 66 - August - 8

No 67 - August - 11 (special number)

No 68 - August - 12

No 69 - August - 15

No 70 - August - 18

No 71 - August - 23

No 72 - August - 25

No 73 - August - 29

No 74 - August - 30 (special number)

No 75 - September - 1

No 76 - September - 5

No 77 - September - 8

No 78 - September - 12

No 79 - September - 15

No 80 - September - 19

No 81 - September - 22

No 82 - September - 26

No 83 - September - 29

No 84 - September - 29 (special number)

No 85 - October - 3

No 86 - October - 6

No 87 - October - 10

No 88 - October - 13

No 89 - October - 17

No 90 - October - 20

No 91 - October - 24

No 92 - October - 27

No 93 - October - 28 (special relief)

No 94 - November - 2 (special RILU number)

No 95 - November - 3

No 96 - November - 7 (special number)

No 97 - November - 10

No 98 - November - 13 (special number)

No 99 - November - 16

No 100 - November - 16 (special number)

No 101 - November - 21 (+ supplement)

No 102 - November - 24

No 103 - November - 28 (special number)

No 104 - November - 29

No 105 - Dezember - 1 (special number)

No 106 - Dezember - 2 (special number)

No 107 - Dezember - 5 (special number)

No 108 - Dezember - 7

No 109 - Dezember - 7 (special number)

No 110 - Dezember - 9 (special number)

No 111 - Dezember - 13 (special number)

No 112 - Dezember - 14 (special number)

No 113 - Dezember - 16

No 114 - Dezember - 18 (special number)

No 115 - Dezember - 19

No 116 - Dezember - 22 (special number)

No 117 - Dezember - 27

No 118 - Dezember - 30 (special number)

 

 

 

 

1923

VOL 3

No 1 - January - 3

No 2 - January - 5 (special number)

No 3 - January - 9

No 4 - January - 10 (special number)

No 5 - January - 12

No 6 -( missing)

No 7 - January - 18

No 8 - January - 19 (special number)

No 9 - January - 23

No 10 - January - 25

No 11 - January - 30

No 12 - February - 1

No 13 - February - 6

No 14 - February - 8

No 15 - February - 13

No 16 - February - 15

No 17 - February - 17

No 18 - February - 22

No 19 - February - 22

No 20 - February - 27 (special number)

No 21 - February - 27

No 22 - March - 1

No 23 - March - 6

No 24 - March - 8

No 25 - March - 13

No 26 - March - 15

No 27 - March - 20

No 28 - March - 22

No 28 - March - 22 (Supplement)

No 29 - March - 27

No 30 (missing ?)

No 31 - April - 5

No 32 - April - 12

No 33 - April - 19

No 34 - April - 26

No 35 - May - 3

No 36 - May - 9

No 37 - May - 17

No 38 - May - 18 (special number)

No 39 - May - 24

No 40 - May - 31

No 41 -June - 7

No 42 -June - 11 (special number)

No 43 -June - 14

No 44 -June - 21

No 45 -June - 22 (special number)

No 46 -June - 28 (special number)

No 47 -June - 28

No 48 -July - 5

No 49 -July - 12 (special number)

No 50 -July - 12

No 51 -July - 19

No 52 -July - 23 (special number)

No 53 -July - 26

No 54 - August - 2

No 55 - August - 9

No 56 - August - 16

No 57 - August - 23

No 58 - August - 30

No 59 - September - 6

No 60 - September - 13

No 61 - September - 20

No 62 - September - 27

No 63 - September - 29 (special number)

No 64 - October - 4

No 65 - October - 6 (special number)

No 66 - October - 11

No 67 - October - 18

No 68 - October - 27

No 69 - November - 1

No 70 - November - 8

No 71 - November - 15

No 72 - November - 22

No 73 - Dezember - 22

No 74 - Dezember - 29

 

 

 

1924

VOL 4

 

No 1 - January - 4

No 2 - January - 10

No 3 - January - 17

No 4 - January - 24

No 5 - January - 24 (special number)

No 6 - January - 28 (special number)

No 7 - January - 29 (special number)

No 8 - January - 31

No 9 - February - 7

No 10 - February - 8 (special number)

No 11 - February - 14

No 12 - February - 15 (special number)

No 13 - February - 21

No 14 - February - 27 (special number)

No 15 - February - 28

No 16 - February - 29 (special number)

No 17 - February - 29 (special number)

No 18 - March - 6

No 19 - March - 13

No 20 - March - 14 (special number)

No 21 - March - 20

No 22 - March - 27

No 23 - April - 3

No 24 - April - 10

No 25 - April - 17

No 26 - April - 24

No 27 - May - 1

No 28 - May - 8

No 29 - May - 15

No 30 - May - 22

No 31 - May - 29

No 32 - June - 5

No 33 - June - 12

No 34 - June - 18 (special number)

No 35 - June - 19

No 36 - June - 26

No 37 - June - 26 (special number)

No 38 - June - 27 (special number)

No 39 - July - 3

No 40 - July - 10

No 41 - July - 16 (special number)

No 42 - July - 17 (special number)

No 43 - July - 18 (special number)

No 44 - July - 19

No 45 - July - 21 (special number)

No 46 - July - 22 (special number)

No 47 - July - 23 (special number)

No 48 - July - 24

No 49 - July - 24 (special number)

No 50 - July - 25 (special number)

No 51 - July - 26 (special number)

No 52 - July - 30 (special number)

No 53 - July - 31

No 54 - August - 4 (special number)

No 55 - August - 5 (special number)

No 56 - August - 7

No 57 - August - 12 (special number)

No 58 - August - 14

No 59 - August - 19 (special number)

No 60 - August - 21

No 61 - August - 28

No 62 - August - 29 (special number)

No 63 - September - 4

No 64 - September - 5 (special number)

No 65 - September - 11

No 66 - September - 18

No 67 - September - 25 (special number)

No 68 - September - 25

No 69 - September - 30 (special number)

No 70 - October - 2

No 71 - October - 6 (special number)

No 72 - October - 9

No 73 - October - 16

No 74 - October - 21 (special number)

No 75 - October - 23

No 76 - October - 29

No 77 - November - 6

No 78 - November - 12

No 79 - November - 18 (special number)

No 80 - November - 20

No 81 - November - 27

No 82 - Dezember - 4

No 83 - Dezember - 11

No 84 - Dezember - 15 (special number)

No 85 - Dezember - 16 (special number)

No 86 - Dezember - 18

No 87 - Dezember - 18 (special number)

No 88 - Dezember - 23

No 89 - Dezember - 30 (special number)

No 90 - Dezember - 31

 

[ 10th of January ]

 

 

1925

VOL 5

No 1 - January - 5 (special number)

No 2 - January - 8

No 3 - January - 12 (special number)

No 4 - January - 14 (special number)

No 5 - January - 15

No 6 - January - 20 (special number)

No 7 - January - 22

No 8 - January - 23 (special number)

No 9 - January - 29

No 10 - January - 29 (special number)

No 11 - February - 5 (special number)

No 12 - February - 6

No 13 - February - 7 (special number)

No 14 - February - 11

No 15 - February - 18

No 16 - February - 26 (special number)

No 17 - February - 26

No 18 - March - 5

No 19 - March - 12

No 20 - March - 19

No 21 - March - 26

No 22 - March - 30 (special number)

No 23 - March - 31

No 24 - April - 2 (special number)

No 25 - April - 2

No 26 - April - 4

No 27 - April - 6 (special number)

No 28 - April - 7 (special number)

No 29 - April - 9 (special number)

No 30 - April - 9

No 31 - April - 10 (special number)

No 32 - April - 16 (special number)

No 33 - April - 16

No 34 - April - 17 (special number)

No 35 - April - 20 (special number)

No 36 - April - 23

No 37 - April - 23 (special number)

No 38 - April - 24 (special number)

No 39 - April - 28 (special number)

No 40 - April - 29

No 41 - May - 1 (special number)

No 42 - May - 7

No 43 - May - 14

No 44 - May - 21

No 45 - May - 28

No 46 - May - 30 (special number)

No 47 - June - 4 (special number)

No 49 - June - 9 (special number)

No 50 - June - 11

No 51 - June - 18

No 52 - June - 25

No 53 - July - 2

No 54 - July - 2 (special number)

No 55 - July - 9

No 56 - July - 15 (special number)

No 57 - July - 16

No 58 - July - 23 (special number)

No 59 - July - 23

No 60 - July - 30

No 61 - July - 30 (special number)

No 62 - August - 6

No 63 - August - 6 (special number)

No 64 - August - 13

No 65 - August - 20

No 66 - August - 26 (special number)

No 67 - August - 27

No 68 - September - 3

No 69 - September - 10

No 70 - September - 17

No 71 - September - 24

No 72 - October - 1

No 73 - October - 8

No 74 - October - 15

No 75 - October - 22

No 76 - October - 26 (special number)

No 77 - October - 29

No 78 - November - 3 (special number)

No 79 - November - 5

No 80 - November - 12

No 81 - November - 19

No 82 - November - 24 (special number)

No 83 - November - 26

No 84 - December - 2 (special number)

No 85 - December - 3

No 86 - December - 10

No 87 - December - 17

No 88 - December - 21 (special number)

No 89 - December - 24

No 90 - December - 31

* * *

Inprecorr - January 15, 1925

Explanatory remarks re syllabus of elementary party courses

written by Bela Kun

 

 

1926

VOL 6

list of contents

January - June

July - December

 

No 1 - January - 7

No 2 - January - 13 (special number)

No 3 - January - 14

No 4 - January - 14

No 5 - January - 15 (special number)

No 6 - January - 21

No 7 - January - 22 (special number)

No 8 - January - 22 (special number)

No 9 - January - 27 (special number)

No 10 - January - 28

No 11 - February - 4

No 12 - February - 11

No 13 - February - 18

No 14 - February - 19 (special number)

No 15 - February - 25

No 16 - March - 4

No 17 - March - 4 (special number)

No 18 - March - 10 (special number)

No 19 - March - 11

No 20 - March - 17 (special number)

No 21 - March - 18

No 22 - March - 25 (special number)

No 23 - March - 25

No 24 - April - 1 (special number)

No 25 - April - 1

No 26 - April - 8 (special number)

No 27 - April - 8

No 28 - April - 15 (special number)

No 29 - April - 15

No 30 - April - 16 (special number)

No 31 - April - 22 (special number)

No 32 - April - 22 (special number)

No 33 - April - 22

No 34 -April - 29 (special number)

No 35 - April - 29

No 36 -April - 29 (special number)

No 37 - May - 5 (special number)

No 38 - May - 5 (special number)

No 39 - May - 6

No 40 - May - 13 (special number)

No 41 - May - 13

No 42 - May - 20

No 43 - May - 27

No 44 - May - 27

No 45 - June - 3

No 46 - June - 10

No 47 - June - 17

No 48 - June - 24

No 49 - June - 24 (special number)

No 50 - July - 1

No 51 - July - 8

No 52 - July - 15

No 53 - July - 22

No 54 - July - 29

No 55 - August - 5

No 56 - August - 12

No 57 - August - 19

No 58 - August - 26

No 59 - August - 31 (special number)

No 60 - September - 2

No 61 - September - 9

No 62 - September - 16

No 63 - September - 23

No 64 - September - 30

No 65 - October - 7

No 66 - October - 14 (special number)

No 67 - October - 14

No 68 - October - 21

No 69 - October - 26 (special number)

No 70 - October - 28

No 71 - November - 4

No 72 - November - 4 (special number)

No 73 - November - 11 (special number)

No 74 - November - 11

No 75 - November - 18 (special number)

No 76 - November - 18

No 77 - November - 20 (special number)

No 78 - November - 25 (special number)

No 79 - November - 25 (special number)

No 80 - November - 25

No 81 - November - 30

No 82 - November - 30 (special number)

No 83 - Dezember - 1 (special number)

No 84 - Dezember - 2

No 85 - Dezember - 3 (special number)

No 86 - Dezember - 9

No 87 - Dezember - 16

No 88 - Dezember - 20 (special number)

No 89 - Dezember - 23 (special number)

No 90 - Dezember - 23

No 91 - Dezember - 30 (special number)

No 92 - Dezember - 30 (special number)

No 93 - Dezember - 31

 

 

 

1927

VOL 7

No 1 - January - 5 (special number)

No 2 - January - 6 (special number)

No 4 - January - 12 (special number)

No 6 - January - 20 (special number)

No 8 - January - 26 (special number)

No 9 - January - 27 (special number)

No 11 - February - 3 (special number)

No 30 - May - 19

No 31 - May - 26

No 38 - July - 6 (special number)

No 55 - September - 29

No 58 - (missing first page)

No 60 - October - 27

No 61 - November - 3

No 64 - November - 17

No 67 - November - 26 (special number)

No 68 - December - 1

No 69 - December - 8

No 70 - December - 12 (special number)

No 71 - December - 15

No 72 - December - 22

No 73 - December - 29

 

 

 

 

1928

VOL 8

January - December

list of contents

 

No 30 - June - 30

No 39 - July - 25

No 41 - July - 30

No 42 - August - 01

No 44 - August - 03

No 46 - August - 08

No 48 - August - 11

No 49 - August - 13

No 50 - August - 16

No 52 - August - 18

No 53 - August - 23

No 55 - August - 25

No 56 - August - 27

No 58 - September 01

No 59 - September 04

No 61 - September 11

No 63 - September 17

No 64 - September 19

No 66 - September 25

No 67 - September 28

No 68 - October 04

No 70 - October 09

No 72 - October 17

No 74 - October 25

No 76 - October 30

No 78 - November 08

No 81 - November 21

No 83 - November 23

No 84 - November 28

No 86 - December - 06

No 87 - December - 07

No 88 - December - 12

No 89 - December - 13

No 92 - December - 31

 

1929

VOL 9

January - December

list of contents

 

No 22 - 10th May

No 27 - 7th June

No 32 - 5th July

No 35 - 24th July (special number)

No 36 - 26th July

No 38 - 9th August

No 40 - 20th August

No 41 - 21st August (special number)

No 43 - 28th August (special number)

No 44 - 30th August (special number)

No 45 - 30th August

No 46 - 4th September

No 51 - 17th September (special number)

No 53 - 25th September (special number)

No 55 - 4th October (special number)

No 66 - 29th November

 

1930

VOL 10

January - December

list of contents

 

No 5 - 30th January

No 10 - 25th February

No 15 - 21st March

No 25 - 28th May

No 30 - 26th June

No 32 - 10th July

No 33 - 17th July

No 37 - 14th August

No 51 - 13th November

No 53 - 20th November

No 56 - 6th December

No 57 - 11th December

No 59 - 24th December

 

 

1931

VOL 11

 

No 5 - 5th February

No 6 - 12th February

No 17 - 26th March

No 31 - 11th June

No 33 - 25th June

No 36 - 6th July

No 37 - 9th July

No 38 - 16th July

No 39 - 23rd July

No 40 - 30th July

No 43 - 17th August (special number)

No 45 - 25th August (special number)

No 47 - 3rd September

No 55 - 29th October

 

 

1932

VOL 12

January - December

list of contents

 

No 1 - 7th January

No 2 - 14th January

No 3 - 21st January

No 4 - 28th January

No 5 - 4th February

No 6 - 11th February

No 7 - 18th February

No 8 - 25th February

No 9 - 26th February (special number)

No 10 - 3rd March

No 11 - 10th March

No 12 - 10th March

No 13 - 17th March

No 14 - 24th March

No 15 - 31st March

No 16 - 7th April

No 17 - 14th April

No 18 - 21st April

No 19 - 28th April

No 20 - 5th May

No 21 - 12th May

No 22 - 19th May

No 23 - 26th May

No 24 - 2nd June

No 25 - 4th June

No 26 - 9th June

No 27 - 16th June

No 28 - 23rd June

No 29 - 30th June

No 30 - 7th July

No 31 - 14th July

No 32 - 21st July

No 33 - 28th July

No 34 - 4th August

No 35 - 11th August

No 36 - 18th August

No 37 - 20th August

No 38 - 25th August

No 39 - 1st September

No 40 - 8th September

No 41 - 15th September

No 42 - 22nd September

No 43 - 29th September

No 44 - 6th October

No 45 - 13th October

No 46 - 20th October

No 47 - 27th October

No 48 - 29th October (special number)

No 49 - 3rd November

No 50 - 10th November

No 51 - 17th November

No 52 - 24th November

No 53 - 1st December

No 54 - 3rd December

No 55 - 8th December

No 56 - 15th December

No 57 - 22nd December

No 58 - 29th December

 

 

 

 

1933

VOL 13

January - December

list of contents

 

No 13 - 17th March

No 14 - 24th March

No 15 - 31st March

No 16 - 7th April

No 18 - 21st April

No 20 - 5th May

No 21 - 12th May

No 22 - 19th May

No 23 - 26th May

No 24 - 2nd June

No 25 - 9th June

No 26 - 16th June

No 27 - 21st June (special number)

No 28 - 23nd June

No 29 - 30th June

No 31 - 14th July

No 32 - 21st July

No 33 - 28th July

No 34 - 4th August

No 35 - 11th August

No 36 - 18th August

No 37 - 25th August

No 38 - 1st September

No 39 - 8th September

No 40 - 11th September (special number)

No 41 - 15th September

No 42 - 22nd September

No 43 - 29th September

No 44 - 6th October

No 45 - 13th October

No 46 - 20th October

 

 

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