139th Birthday of

J. V. STALIN

 

Long live the 139th anniversary

of comrade Stalin!

 

Comrade Stalin’s legacy is immortal!

 

Messages of Solidarity

Message of the Comintern (SH)

on occasion of the 139th anniversary

of comrade Stalin


December 21, 1879 - December 21, 2018

 


On occasion of the 139th birthday of comrade Stalin – the 4th Classic of Marxism-Leninism – we, Stalinists-Hoxhaists send militant greetings to all our comrades around the world.

We use the 139th birthday of Stalin as an opportunity to draw an annual balance sheet on the successful fulfillment of our task, namely to spread the works of Stalin in 2018 throughout the world. In 7 languages ​​we published a total of 80 individual writings by Stalin. Furthermore, we have made the works of Stalin from 1901-1952 available for the first time online in German. This is a big step forward after we published the collected works of Stalin 47 years ago for the first time in book format.

Stalinism is known not to be reduced to the further development of Leninism in the national question. Stalinism also includes the urther development of Leninism in all other issues, including the trade union question.

For the year 2018, the Comintern (SH) had intended to lay important foundations for raising the world-revolutionary consciousness of the international industrial proletariat. This also includes our website: "Stalin on trade union", which appears today in English and German.

It is the task of the Stalinist Hoxhaists to correctly apply Stalin's teachings on the trade union to the current conditions of globalization.

Learning from Stalin - learning to win!

Stalinism-Hoxhaism does not reduce itself to simple service to the globalized labor movement:
Stalinism-Hoxhaism is the ideological basis of the combination of world socialism and workers' world movement.
The globalized working-class movement has outgrown its germinal status and childhood stage not until it is firstly, welded together as a centrally organized movement of the world proletariat, thus as the only revolutionary class of the world.

And secondly, until the world proletariat has acquired a world-socialist consciousness for leading the world socialist revolution and for establishing the dictatorship of the world proletariat.

The Comintern (SH) establishes the dictatorship of the world proletariat. But the Comintern (SH) will not create it directly, but through the RILU as transmission belt from the avant-garde to the mass of the world proletariat and from this to the mass of all working people.

What is the definition of Stalinism-Hoxhaism in the trade union question?

Stalinism-Hoxhaism in the trade union question
is the theory and tactics of the organized connection between the avant-garde and the broad masses of the world proletariat for the revolutionary elimination of the fundamental contradiction between world capital and world labor in general, and it is especially the theory and tactics of the trade union as the decisive transmission belt within the dictatorship of the world proletariat.

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Generally speaking, Stalinism-Hoxhaism is the world-proletarian ideology for the creation of a communist working world.

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We are sure that in the Stalinist spirit we will win many victories in the coming year 2019!

Stalin leads us on our revolutionary way.

Our beloved comrade Stalin, this greatest master of the revolution beside Lenin,  is immortal. He will live forever on hearts and minds of all oppressed and exploited classes, of all authentic communists. Bourgeois-capitalist lies and calumnies will never erase comrade Stalin's glorious legacy. Comrade Stalin's revolutionary genius enlightens our red path.

Long live the 139th anniversary of comrade Stalin!

On his 139th birthday we swear that we will defend comrade Stalin’s immortal legacy with our lives!

The Stalinist spirit will lead us towards endless success and victories!

To defend comrade Stalin means indivisibly and inevitably to defend all the other 4 Classics of Marxism-Leninism!

Long live violent socialist world revolution and global armed proletarian dictatorship!

Long live world socialism and world communism!

Long live the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism - Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin and Enver Hoxha!

Long live the Comintern (SH) - the only faithful standard-bearer of the 5 Classics of Marxism-Leninism!

 


Wolfgang Eggers

Comintern (SH)

21. 12. 2018

 

 

 

NEW

STALIN

ON THE TRADE UNIONS

Collection

arranged by Wolfgang Eggers

on occasion of the 139th anniversary of comrade Stalin.

- 21st of December, 2018 -

(also available in German language)

 

 

 

STALIN

BIOGRAPHICLE CHRONICLE

1 9 1 8

January 8
The Council of People's Commissars appoints J. V. Stalin a member of a commission for working out measures in regard to the food policy of the Soviet Government.

January 10-18 
J. V. Stalin takes part in the work of the Third All-Russian Congress of Soviets.

January 11
At a meeting of the Central Committee of the Party, J. V. Stalin speaks in support of V. I. Lenin's proposal for the conclusion of peace with the Germans.

January 15
J. V. Stalin makes a report at a meeting of the Bolshevik group at the Third Congress of Soviets on a Federation of Soviet Republics.
At the Third Congress of Soviets, J. V. Stalin makes a report on the national question and replies to the discussion. The congress approves a resolution on federal institutions of the Russian Republic, moved by J. V. Stalin.

January 24
At a meeting of the Central Committee of the Party where the convening of the Seventh Party Congress is discussed, J. V. Stalin speaks in favour of revising the Programme of the R.S.D.L.P.(B.).

January 28
On instructions of the C.C. of the Bolshevik Party, J. V. Stalin conducts a conference of members of the revolutionary wings of a number of socialist parties of Europe and America.
V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin send a telegram to the Soviet peace delegation in Brest-Litovsk on the need for the immediate conclusion of peace with Germany.

February 21(8) 
In connection with the offensive launched by the German army, V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin issue a directive to the Petrograd city and district committees of the Bolshevik Party to organize resistance to the German invaders and to mobilize the bourgeoisie to dig trenches under the control of the workers. A similar directive is sent by J. V. Stalin to the Bolsheviks in Kiev.

February 23 
At a meeting of the Central Committee of the Party, J. V. Stalin supports V. I. Lenin against Trotsky and Bukharin on the subject of the Brest peace.

February 29 
In a communication by direct wire to the People's Secretariat of the Ukrainian Soviet Republic, J. V. Stalin instructs it to send a peace delegation to Brest and outlines the tactics the delegation should pursue in its negotiations with the German imperialists.

Not earlier than March 2
In a conversation by direct wire with the Chairman of the Murmansk Soviet, V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin insist on the adoption of urgent diplomatic measures to prevent the occupation of Murmansk by Britain and France.

March 6-8
J. V. Stalin takes part in the work of the Seventh Congress of the R.C.P.(B.).

March 8
The Seventh Congress of the R.C.P.(B.) elects J. V. Stalin a member of the Party Central Committee and appoints him to the commission for drafting a new Party programme.

Before March 10 
J. V. Stalin is elected a delegate from the Petrograd Soviet to the Fourth Extraordinary All-Russian Congress of Soviets.

March 10
J. V. Stalin removes to Moscow together with the Government.

March 14
J. V. Stalin's article, "The Ukrainian Knot," appears in Izvestia, No. 47.
In a letter to G. K. Ordjonikidze, Commissar Extraordinary in the Ukraine, V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin demand the formation of a united fighting front of the Crimea and the Donets Basin with all Russia to resist the advance of the German forces of occupation.

March 14-16
J. V. Stalin takes part in the work of the Fourth Extraordinary All-Russian Congress of Soviets.

March 16
The Fourth Extraordinary All-Russian Congress of Soviets elects J. V. Stalin to the All-Russian Central Executive Committee.

March 19
In a letter to S. Shaumyan and A. Djaparidze, J. V. Stalin urges the necessity of strengthening the military defences of Baku.

March 26 and 27
J. V. Stalin's article, "Transcaucasian Counter-revolutionaries Under a Socialist Mask," appears in Pravda, Nos. 55 and 56.

Night of March 30
J. V. Stalin speaks by direct wire with the Chairman of the Tashkent Soviet on the situation in Turkestan.

April 1
The Bolshevik group of the A.R.C.E.C. elects J. V. Stalin to the commission for drafting the first Constitution of the Russian Soviet Republic.

April 2
At a meeting of the Council of People's Commissars, J. V. Stalin recommends, in connection with the German advance on Kharkov, that peace negotiations be immediately started with the Ukrainian Central Rada.

April 3 and 4 
An interview with J. V. Stalin on the organization of a Russian Federal Republic is published in Pravda, Nos. 62 and 63.

April 5
J. V. Stalin speaks at the first meeting of the commission set up by the A.R.C.E.C. for drafting the Constitution of the R.S.F.S.R.

April 9
Pravda, No. 67, publishes a message of J. V. Stalin to the Kazan, Ufa, Orenburg, Turkestan and other Soviets under the title "One Immediate Task."

April 12
J. V. Stalin makes a report in the Constitution Drafting Commission on the type of federation of the Russian Soviet Republic.

April 19
J. V. Stalin's draft on "General Provisions of the Constitution of the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic" is discussed and approved by the Constitution Drafting Commission.

April 27
The Council of People's Commissars appoints J. V. Stalin plenipotentiary representative of the R.S.F.S.R. for the negotiation of a peace treaty with the Ukrainian Central Rada.

April 29
J. V. Stalin arrives with a delegation in Kursk.

Not earlier than May 2
J. V. Stalin leaves Kursk for Moscow to report to the Council of People's Commissars.

May 5
V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin send a wireless message to Voronezh, Rostov and Bryansk regarding the conclusion of a truce on the Ukrainian Front.

May 10-16
J. V. Stalin conducts a conference on the convening of a constituent congress of Soviets of the Tatar-Bashkir Soviet Republic and delivers speeches at the opening and closing of the conference.

May 23
J. V. Stalin's article, "The Situation in the Caucasus," is printed in Pravda, No. 100.

May 29
The Council of People's Commissars appoints J. V. Stalin General Director of Food Affairs in South Russia and vests him with extraordinary powers.

June 1
J. V. Stalin's article, "The Don and the North Caucasus (Machinations and the Facts)," is printed in Pravda, No. 108.

June 4
J. V. Stalin leaves Moscow for Tsaritsyn

June 6
J. V. Stalin arrives in Tsaritsyn.

June 7
In a telegram to V. I. Lenin, J. V. Stalin informs him of the measures taken to get the transport system going, to establish revolutionary order in Tsaritsyn, and to dispatch grain to the centre.

June 13
J. V. Stalin wires V. I. Lenin informing him of the improvement in the transport system and of the plan for the procurement of grain and its dispatch to Moscow.

June 25
J. V. Stalin arrives in Kamyshin to restore the transport system and to organize the dispatch of food.

June 29
J. V. Stalin informs V. I. Lenin by direct wire from Tsaritsyn that a number of through trains with food have left for the North.

July 7
V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin exchange telegrams on the revolt of the "Left" Socialist-Revolutionaries.
In a letter to V. I. Lenin, J. V. Stalin informs him of the military situation in the Tsaritsyn area and about Turkestan.

July 8
J. V. Stalin writes to S. Shaumyan in Baku on the home and foreign policies of the R.S.F.S.R. and Azerbaijan.

July 10
In a letter to V. I. Lenin, J. V. Stalin protests against the orders of Trotsky which were leading to the collapse of the Tsaritsyn Front and the loss of the North Caucasian region.

July 15
J. V. Stalin wires the People's Commissariat of Military Affairs urging the rendering of immediate aid to Soviet Turkestan.

July 17
After an inspection of the Tsaritsyn Front, J. V. Stalin wires V. I. Lenin reporting his findings.

July 18
J. V. Stalin informs V. I. Lenin by direct wire that between July 12 and 16 five train loads of food have been sent to Moscow.

July 19
A Military Council of the North Caucasian Military Area is set up, headed by J. V. Stalin

July 20
In a telegram to S. Shaumyan, J. V. Stalin on behalf of the A.R.C.E.C. and the Council of People's Commissars, insists that the Baku Soviet pursue an independent foreign policy and vigorously combat agents of foreign capitalism.

July 24
J. V. Stalin discusses with V. I. Lenin by direct wire the food situation in Moscow and Petrograd.

August 4
In a letter to V. I. Lenin, J. V. Stalin informs him of the military and food situation in the South.

August 6
J. V. Stalin signs an order of the North Caucasian Military Council on the re-organization of all agencies engaged in supplying the front.

August 8
J. V. Stalin and K. E. Voroshilov, who are at Kotelnikovo Station, give orders to the con-mander of the southern sector of the Tsaritsyn Front for the transfer of forces in connection with the offensive of the Krasnov bands.

August 13
J. V. Stalin signs an order of the Military Council proclaiming a state of siege in the city and Gubernia of Tsaritsyn.

August 14
J. V. Stalin signs an order of the Military Council mobilizing the bourgeois of Tsaritsyn for the digging of trenches.

August 17
J. V. Stalin wires to Parkhomenko in Moscow informing him that the situation on the Tsa-ritsyn Front has improved.

August 19
J. V. Stalin and K. E. Voroshilov are at Sarepta in connection with the military operations at the front.

August 24
J. V. Stalin and K. E. Voroshilov sign the operations order for the offensive on the Tsaritsyn Front.

August 26
In connection with the need for armoured cars at the front, J. V. Stalin and K. E. Voroshilov sign an order for the re-organization of the Tsaritsyn ordnance works.

August 31
J. V. Stalin and K. E. Voroshilov send a telegram to Y. M. Sverdlov, Chairman of the A.R.C.E.C., in connection with the villainous attempt on the life of V. I. Lenin.

September 6 
J. V. Stalin informs the Council of People's Commissars by wire of the success of the Soviet offensive in the Tsaritsyn area.

September 8 
J. V. Stalin wires V. I. Lenin informing him that a counter-revolutionary revolt of the Gruzoles Regiment organized in Tsaritsyn by the Socialist-Revolutionaries has been suppressed.

September 10 
At a meeting in Tsaritsyn, J. V. Stalin, on behalf of the Council of People's Commissars and the North Caucasian Military Council, congratulates the regiments which distinguished themselves in action at Tsaritsyn and presents them with banners inscribed: "For Military Valour."

September 12 
J. V. Stalin leaves for Moscow to report to V. I. Lenin on the situation on the Southern Front.

September 15
V. I. Lenin, Y. M. Sverdlov and J. V. Stalin confer on questions concerning the Tsaritsyn Front.

September 17
J. V. Stalin is appointed Chairman of the newly-formed Revolutionary Military Council of the Southern Front.

September 19 
J. V. Stalin examines questions of the composition and activities of the Collegium of the People's Commissariat for the Affairs of Nationalities.
V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin wire congratulations to the revolutionary troops of the Tsaritsyn Front.

September 21
Izvestia publishes an interview with J. V. Stalin on the situation on the Tsaritsyn Front.

September 22
J. V. Stalin returns to Tsaritsyn from Moscow.

September 28
J. V. Stalin presides at the first meeting of the Revolutionary Military Council of the Southern Front, where the question is discussed of dividing the military units of the front into four armies.

October 3
J. V. Stalin and K. E. Voroshilov send a telegram to V. I. Lenin demanding that the Central Committee discuss the activities of Trotsky which menace the Southern Front with collapse.

October 6
J. V. Stalin again leaves for Moscow.

October 8
By decision of the Council of People's Commissars J. V. Stalin is appointed a member of the Revolutionary Military Council of the Republic.

October 11
J. V. Stalin returns to Tsaritsyn from Moscow.
J. V. Stalin informs Y. M. Sverdlov by direct wire of the situation on the Tsaritsyn Front.

October 16
A "Letter to the Poor Peasants of the Don," signed by J. V. Stalin and other members of the Military Council, is printed in the newspaper Soldat Revolutsii, No. 58.

October 18
J. V. Stalin wires V. I. Lenin informing him of the rout of Krasnov's armies at Tsaritsyn.

October 19
J. V. Stalin leaves Tsaritsyn for Moscow.

October 22
J. V. Stalin wires congratulations to the revolutionary regiments which routed the white-guard forces at Tsaritsyn.
At the Second Congress of the Ukrainian Communist Party (Bolsheviks) J. V. Stalin is elected a member of its Central Committee.

October 29
J. V. Stalin addresses a plenary meeting of the Moscow Soviet on the situation on the Southern Front.
J. V. Stalin's article, "The Logic of Facts (In Reference to the ‘Theses' of the Central Committee of the Mensheviks)," is printed in Pravda, No. 234.

November 6
J. V. Stalin's article, "The October Revolution (October 24 and 25, 1917, in Petrograd)," is printed in Pravda, No. 241.

November 6-9 
J. V. Stalin takes part in the work of the Sixth Extraordinary All-Russian Congress of Soviets.

November 9 
The Sixth Extraordinary All-Russian Congress of Soviets elects J. V. Stalin a member of the A.R.C.E.C.

November 11 
On behalf of the C.C., R.C.P.(B.), J. V. Stalin greets the First Congress of Moslem Communists in Moscow.

November 13 
The All-Russian Central Executive Committee elects J. V. Stalin a member of its Presidium.

November 17 
J. V. Stalin's article, "Partition Wall," is printed in Zhizn Natsionalnostei, No. 2.

November 24
J. V. Stalin's article, "Don't Forget the East," is printed in Zhizn Natsionalnostei, No. 3.

November 30 
J. V. Stalin is appointed a member and Vice-Chairman of the Council of Workers' and Peasants' Defence.

December 1 
J. V. Stalin speaks in the discussion at the first meeting of the Council of Workers' and Peasants' Defence.
V. I. Lenin and J. V. Stalin are empowered by the Council of Defence to endorse the decisions of its commissions.

December 3
J. V. Stalin presides at a meeting of the Council of Defence commission on improving railway transport.

December 7 
The Council of People's Commissars approves a decree drafted by J. V. Stalin recognizing the independence of the Estland Soviet Republic.

December 11
At a meeting of the Council of Defence, J. V. Stalin makes reports on improving railway transport, on political agitational work in, and the appointment of commissars to, divisions in process of formation, and on the quartering of military units.

December 22 
J. V. Stalin's article, "Things Are Moving," is printed in Zhizn Natsionalnostei, No. 7.

December 25
J. V. Stalin discusses the state structure of Byelorussia with responsible officials of the Byelorussian National Commissariat.
J. V. Stalin gives instructions by direct wire to Myasnikov in Smolensk on the organization of the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic and the Byelorussian C.P.(B.).

December 29 
J. V. Stalin reports on the food situation in the war area at a meeting of the Council of Defence.

December 30 
On V. I. Lenin's recommendation, the C.C.R.C.P.(B.) decides to send J. V. Stalin to the Eastern Front.


 

 

 

 

 

 

"STALIN-GALLERY"

 

 

 

 

NEW PUBLICATIONS

 

 

 

in German language

J. V. STALIN

All 15 Volumes now online !!! 

We had already published the works of Stalin 47 years ago and now the online edition is ready.

Long live Comrade Stalin! 

Wolfgang Eggers

8th of December, 2018

 

 

in Chinese language

 

 

伟大斯大林的故事


斯大林的故事

 

 

in English language

 

 

The Prospects of the Communist Party of Germany and the Question of Bolshevisation

Interview with Herzog, Member of the G.C.P.

February 3, 1925

[the famous 12 theses of Bolshevization]

 

 

 

 

 

 

see also our birthday - websites from previous years ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and we recommend:

book in German language 

On the foundations and concerning

 questions of stalinism

 

 

 published by the Comintern (SH) in 2009

 

written by Wolfgang Eggers

 

this book will be published in English soon ...

 

 

 

 

 

back to the central organ "World Revolution!" ...