Soviet Union, Comintern and the British Labour movement, 1929-35. by A. T. B. Evans

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Organisational history Formation. The Communist Party of Great Britain was founded in after the Third International decided that greater attempts should be made to establish communist parties across the world.

The CPGB was formed by the merger of several smaller Marxist parties, including the British Socialist Party, the Communist Unity Group of the Socialist Labour Party and the South General Secretary: Albert Inkpin (first), Nina Temple (last).

Leader of British Labour Party and ; opposed British entry into War ; opposed October Revolution; member of Second International executive committee; prime minister and ; split from Labour Party MacManus, Arthur (). 19 Speeches at the Congress primarily consisted of assaults on the British Labour Party, or more specifically James Maxton, by CPGB and Russian delegates furious with the British Labour Government's colonial policy.

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Other British-born intelligence operatives of the Soviet Union are relatively unknown, or the evidence for such recruitment is fragmentary.

There is the case of Eric Verney, for instance, who joined the CPGB from the Hampstead branch of the Independent Labour Party in and took up employment with the Russian Trade Delegation shortly afterwards.

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So, there were no stories by those living in Finland about creating an organization in the working place. Only a few articles coming from the Soviet Union and America told about workers who founded cells in the factories Lonesome heroes.

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