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Mission Statement[edit]


I began editing Wikipedia articles in 2004, and it rapidly became a persistent hobby of mine. As of late 2012, I have created 3,700+ articles in the English Wikipedia. Out of these, 381 have been featured in the "Did you know?" spot on the Wikipedia main page. I used to have as a target that at least 0.1% of all articles would be creations of mine, but in later stages I have shifted to a more qualitative line of work.

Sometimes friends and family ask me why I put time and energy into writing texts for which I'm not paid. The answer is quite simple: because I enjoy it. My focus lies in article creation. Researching sources and references is a bit of detective work, the key facts are often well hidden and difficult to access and decrypt. The greater the challenge, the greater the reward. Plus, it provides me with tons of anecdotal knowledge. Learning more about the history of the world helps one to understand the present better.


Almost all of my article creations seeks to counter systematic bias. Thus my mission at Wikipedia is a political and social act. But the goal is not to preach, but rather to display complexity. I try to highlight aspects of world history that are obscured in mainstream narratives. In doing so I hope to I contribute to a better understanding and explaining the current state of the world.

The newspaper Aththa did once redefine Sinhala-language journalism, but before 2012 Wikipedia provided no information at all about it. The protest song Fano tesemara was once the battle cry of a generation of Ethiopian students, and those who sung it are now at the helm of the country. The FNLPA was once the most important trade union in Somalia and it took part in shaping the country in the early period of independence. Today there are very few traces online of its existence and the organized Somali labour movement as a whole has ceased to function long time ago.

By creating articles like these, tiny pieces of the giant puzzle of the history of peoples are recovered.


A typical article of mine usually starts like this. I enter Google Books (or sometimes another search engine) and type a few sort of random words. I then begin to glance through various hits. Sometimes I come up with nothing. Sometimes I encounter a text that provides me with names of organizations, movements, people and features that lack articles of their own at Wikipedia. I then begin the process of cross-checking the information with other sources. Usually I will try not to create an article based on a single source. Generally I try to concentrate on articles that have a scope to reach the length required for a WP:DYK feature. Sometimes an article takes just a few minutes to complete, sometimes I work on a single article over several days (one example I'm quite proud of is the 1976 Conference of Communist and Workers Parties of Europe).

I look for what is obscure, but still notable. Features that were important in past epochs but forgotten in mainstream historical narratives or that lie beyond the reach for English-speaking readers.

A good example of an excellent source is Geschichte der sozialistischen arbeiter-internationale: 1923 – 1940 by Werner Kowalski. A quite dry book from the GDR, it systematically (in a very German way...) goes through the facts and data related to the labour parties in the years between the two great wars. Some of the material was already covered in existing Wikipedia articles, but it turned out to be a gold mine of information on the political parties and movements that ceased to exist as the Second World War evolved. In some cases the constituencies that these parties sought to govern had ceased to exist as well, such as in the cases of the Soc.-Dem Workers Party of Subcarpathian Rus' or the Hungarian-German Soc.-Dem. Party. Based on Kowalski's book roughly 55 Wikipedia articles were created. In the process I learned a lot about the history of labour movements, in particular in regards to the national question.

A more recent example is Nomenclature des journaux & revues en langue française du monde entier. It is an ambitious work from 1937, that tries to compile information on all French-language publications across the world. In the years before the World Wide Web such an endeavor would have been quite an undertaking. From this book I managed to pluck data that enabled the creation of 46 articles, such as la Verité (whose spicy reporting shook the corrupted elites in interbellum Shanghai), le Cuir (who knew there was a daily publication dedicated to leather?), l'Alba (a vulgar Italian fascist mouthpiece in Tunisia), la Presse Porto-Novienne (anti-colonial press in present-day Benin), l'Écho taurin (a pro-bullfighting advocacy organ) and Vozrojdénie (anti-Bolshevik Russian daily from Paris). Particularly interesting was the case of es-Sabah. Once a major publication but today the language it carried has died out. And the once vivid social and political current that it represented, Zionism in the heart of the Arab-Muslim world, is long gone.

Beyond fiction?[edit]

I prefer researching history over reading fiction. The latter is a form of escapism, and in fact reality is often more challenging, emotional and brutal than our own imagination. In the process of research there is often a suspense, of not knowing what one will finally uncover. True tales of heroism, treachery, intrigues, despair and hope are unearthed.

In working on articles related to the 1965/1966 massacres in Indonesia horrific facts were revealed to me, some which I wished I had never learned. The account of how a random girl had been arrested and tortured to confess a fable that she was a subversive leader in Jakarta, the fate of Samikidin whose mutilated body was denied a funeral, how the children of Sarbuksi unionists continued to suffer discrimination for decades or how the currently tourist-populated beaches of Bali were scenes of mass executions are just some of the details of these events. In the end I chose not to mention every detail I encountered in the articles, my intention is not sensationalism but encouraging others to seek information by themselves.

Another case is Bauer und Arbeiter, a German-language newspaper in Soviet Azerbaijan. The publication experimented with novel forms of journalism and became increasingly popular in the German community in the Caucasus. But after a very short existence it was shut down, probably on political orders. I do not know what happened to its editors and workers during the subsequent purges, but adding one and one brings chilling assumptions. In writing the article, I felt somehow that it provided a fragment of a voice to those silenced in the grotesque machinery of human history.

Biographies of those who found themselves in the midst of history provide a special fascination. Ermenegildo Gasperoni went from being a political commissar in the Spanish Civil War to combining the duties of a government minister and auto mechanic. In contrast, Silvestre Savitski was not a particularly prominent figure in the October Revolution nor in the civil war that followed. In fact, he was but one individual in a mass of millions. The short article about him displays one of the many paradoxes of human condition, as bizarre circumstances brought him across the globe. There, the young man would become one of the pioneers of the socialist movement in Colombia. Likewise, the biography of Daniel Solod provides many question-marks. One does wonder what he discussed in meetings with Gamal Abdul Nasser in the midst of the Suez Crisis, as the future of the Middle East was debated and redefined. The evening in a moist Conakry, when armed men dragged the ambassador out from a cocktail reception to an uncertain fate could have fitted in a Hollywood script.

Or why has the life and adventures of Alejo Calatayud never been made into a movie or at least an HBO special? (maybe like a Bolivian Braveheart?) And what about the chilling morning of January 1, 1918 as the self-appointed People's Commissar Paul Wittich set foot to meet the Italian troops at the Pressburg railway station?

Not all serious?[edit]

Once in a while, even a serious Wikipedian needs to lighten up and explore the more anecdotal sides of life. It is a minor part of my labour on the encyclopedia, but I also enjoy authoring articles on topics like failed 1950s pilot shows about robots, X-factor in South Sudan and weird Scandinavian jelly.

Lastly, I hope this mission statement is not perceived as boasting or bragging. Or at least not too much of it. Apart from writing in solitude I also enjoy the company of other Wikipedians, whose knowledge and insights teaches me a lot and corrects me when I've gone astray. Forums like the Humanities desk often provides fascinating lectures. And the end, the ever-expanding encyclopedia is a product of collective efforts out of which my contributions are but a minor fragment.

Did You Know?[edit]

Here are listed my contributions to the Did You Know? feature on the Wikipedia Main Page. Flagicons are assigned somewhat arbitrarily, and the flags used are those of modern-day entities (with the exception of Russian Empire, Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Free City of Danzig, Free Territory of Trieste, Saar and Yugoslavia).

# Date Country Article Hook Image
1 12 April, 2006
Bharatiya Khet Mazdoor Union ... that the Bharatiya Khet Mazdoor Union, an Indian farm labourers movement, claims a membership of over 2.5 million? Bbsrbkmu.JPG
2 18 August, 2006
Ruplal Bishvakarma ... that the Nepalese communist leader Ruplal Bishvakarma, who introduced the current Maoist leader Prachandra to militant politics in the 1970s, opposed Prachandra's plans for an armed uprising in 1994?
3 5 January, 2007
Radha Krishna Mainali ... that Nepalese politician Radha Krishna Mainali, once a communist revolutionary and a political prisoner for 16 years, was appointed Minister of Education & Sports by King Gyanendra after the king's seizure of power in February 2005?
4 14 April, 2007
North Korea
Workers Party of North Korea ... that when the Workers Party of North Korea was founded in 1946, Kim Il-sung was given the position of Vice Chairman of the party?
5 29 April, 2007
Saudi Arabia
Arab Socialist Action Party – Arabian Peninsula ... that the Arab Socialist Action Party, the main secular opposition group in Saudi Arabia at the time, faced a massive crackdown in the spring of 1982?
6 21 September, 2007
1979 Nepalese student protests ... that at the peak of the 1979 student protests in Nepal, radicals tried to humiliate moderate student leaders by painting their faces black, garlanding them with shoes, and parading them on a push-cart through the streets of Kathmandu?
7 13 October, 2007
Burma Workers and Peasants Party ... that the government of Burmese Prime Minister U Nu was saved from a parliamentary no confidence vote in June 1957 by the communist Burma Workers and Peasants Party?
8 21 November, 2007
United Issarak Front ... that the United Issarak Front leader Son Ngoc Minh declared Cambodian independence on June 19 1950? Flag of the People's Republic of Kampuchea.svg
9 10 January, 2008
Labour Kisan Party of Hindustan ... that the Labour Kisan Party of Hindustan organised India's first May Day celebrations in 1923?
10 11 January, 2008
Workers and Peasants Party ... that the Workers and Peasants Party leader K.N. Joglekar successfully moved a resolution that the Indian National Congress should demand full independence for India?
11 14 January, 2008
Newa Rastriya Mukti Morcha, Nepal ... that the Nepalese Maoist Newar National Liberation Front sponsored the 'Miss Newa' beauty pageant despite having previously demonstrated against it? Newapolitics.jpg
12 16 January, 2008
Abani Mukherji ... that Abani Mukherji, co-founder of the Communist Party of India, was executed by the Soviet Union as part of the Great Purge?
13 27 May, 2008
Naye Prese ... that Paris-based Naye Prese was the sole Yiddish-language communist daily newspaper in Europe during the interbellum period?
14 31 May, 2008
Martinican Communist Party ... that the Martinican Communist Party became the largest political party in the French département d'outre-mer of Martinique in the 1960s?
15 5 July, 2008
Gottfried Lessing ... that senior GDR diplomat Gottfried Lessing had taken part in the founding and been a leading member of the illegal clandestine Communist Party in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) during the 1940s?
16 11 July, 2008
Keshar Jung Rayamajhi ... that the former general secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal, Keshar Jung Rayamajhi, turned royalist and became chairman of Nepal's Royal Privy Council?
17 12 July, 2008
Nara Bahadur Karmacharya ... that Nara Bahadur Karmacharya is the sole surviving founding member of the Communist Party of Nepal?
18 12 July, 2008
Proletarian Revolutionary Organisation, Nepal ... that the Proletarian Revolutionary Organisation of Nepal proposed a synthesis of Buddhism and Maoism in 1977?
19 28 July, 2008
Nepalese Rastriya Panchayat election, 1981 ... that in the 1981 Nepalese national election, one candidate was elected with just 3,137 votes, less than ten percent of what the top candidate received?
20 11 August, 2008
Phospho-Energon ... that the sales of the "miracle drug" Energon, consisting of calf brain, sugar and milk, were able to establish Pharmacia as a major pharmaceutical company in Sweden in the early 1900s? Energonadvert.png
21 1 October, 2008
State of Palestine
Socialist Workers Party (Palestine) ... that the followers of the Socialist Workers Party in Palestine, the precursor of the Communist Party of Israel, were known as mopsim?
22 3 October, 2008
Morgnshtern ... that by 1937, the Warsaw branch of the Bundist Morgnshtern was the largest sporting organisation in Poland?
23 4 October, 2008
Socialist Workers' Sport International ... that the 1931 Workers Olympiad held in Vienna, organized by the Socialist Workers' Sport International, was larger than the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics both in number of participants and spectators?
24 11 October, 2008
Russian Empire
Zionist Socialist Workers Party ... that the Zionist Socialist Workers Party broke with the World Zionist Organization after the 1905 WZO congress had rejected the proposal to resettle Jews in East Africa?
25 15 October, 2008
Russian Empire
Jewish Socialist Workers Party ... that the Jewish Socialist Workers Party in the Russian Empire mobilized 3,000 of its cadres in self-defense militias during 1906? Serp manif1917.jpg
26 18 October, 2008
Russian Empire
Folksgrupe ... that the liberal Jewish Folksgrupe played an important role in the 1917 Russian Provisional Government, but only obtained around 1% of the Jewish votes the same year?
27 23 October, 2008
Vanuatu Labour Party ... that the Vanuatu Labour Party first gained parliamentary representation in 2005, as the Minister for Ni-Vanuatu Business Joshua Kalsakau joined the party?
28 3 November, 2008
International Secretariat of National Trade Union Centres ... that Jens Jensen initiated the establishment in 1901 of the International Secretariat of National Trade Union Centres?
29 3 November, 2008
Workers Committee for National Liberation ... that the Workers Committee for National Liberation, a communist labour group, was broken up by the Egyptian government in January 1946?
30 8 November, 2008
Egyptian Communist Organisation ... that the Egyptian Communist Organisation was nicknamed "Mishmish", meaning apricot in Arabic?
31 29 November, 2008
Marxist Left in Slovakia and the Transcarpathian Ukraine ... that the 1921 congress of the Marxist Left in Slovakia and the Transcarpathian Ukraine endorsed all 21 conditions of Comintern, except the one demanding use of the name "Communist Party"?
32 6 December, 2008
Gewerkschaftsbund ... that the Central Commission of German Trade Unions organized 75 percent of unionized German workers in Czechoslovakia in 1921?
33 10 December, 2008
Miners' Union in the Czechoslovak Republic ... that approximately 10,000 communist miners left the Czechoslovak Miners' Union in 1923, after the union had accepted 9–13 percent cuts in salaries?
34 14 December, 2008
Odborové sdružení československé ... that the leftist Czechoslovak Chemical Workers' Union was expelled from the OSČ trade union centre in 1922?
35 14 December, 2008
Chemical Workers' Union (Czechoslovakia) ibid
36 16 December, 2008
K. Ramani ... that communist politician K. Ramani became the speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Indian state Tamil Nadu in 1989?
37 19 December, 2008
Confédération générale du travail de Guadeloupe ... that in 2002, a Trotskyist became the general secretary of the trade union centre C.G.T.G in the French overseas department of Guadeloupe?
38 23 December, 2008
Józef Biniszkiewicz ... that Silesian socialist politician Józef Biniszkiewicz died at Buchenwald concentration camp during World War II?
39 26 December, 2008
German Socialist Labour Party in Poland - Left ... that prior to the 1930 election the Polish government declared the candidacy of Heinrich Scheibler, the leader of the German Socialist Labour Party in Poland - Left, to be invalid?
40 27 December, 2008
German Social Democratic Party of Poland ... that the German Social Democratic Party in Poland was formed in 1922 by the merger of Silesian branches of the German SPD, USPD and the Austrian SDAP?
41 29 December, 2008
Autonomous Agrarian Union ... that a 1930 proposal in the Czechoslovak parliament for greater autonomy for Transcarpathia, presented by the Autonomous Agrarian Union, gained support from the German National Socialists?
42 31 December, 2008
South Africa
Kate Molale ... that South African ANC activist Kate Molale organised a pioneer movement in the struggle against the 1953 Bantu Education Act? Bundesarchiv Bild 183-K0122-0028-001, Frankfurt-Oder, DFD-Frauen, Solidarität mit Vietnam.jpg
43 31 December, 2008
Erich Mückenberger ... that East German politician Erich Mückenberger led four district organizations of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany during his political career? Bundesarchiv Bild 183-20628-0096, Erfurt, SED-Parteiaktivtagung, Erich Mückenberger.jpg
44 2 January, 2009
Kattowitzer Volkswille ... that the German-language socialist newspaper Volkswille in Katowice, Poland, went from daily to weekly publication after the 1933 Nazi takeover stopped the newspaper's financial subsidies from Germany?
45 January, 2009
Albert Norden ... that in 1965, East German politician Albert Norden accused 1,900 politicians and other prominent personalities in West Germany of having worked for the Nazi regime? Bundesarchiv Bild 183-B0318-0011-001, Albert Norden.jpg
46 January 5, 2009
Paul Verner ... that Paul Verner fled Germany's nationalists and fought as a volunteer in the International Brigades during the Spanish Civil War? Bundesarchiv Bild 183-1982-1014-102, Dresden, 15. CDU-Parteitag.jpg
47 January 6, 2009
Iraqi Partisan movement, 1979-1988 ... that in a May 1983 attack on communist partisans, forces of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan killed 150 communist cadres in northern Iraq? Ansar4.jpg
48 January 11, 2009
Rayat ash-Shaghilah ... that in the 1950s, the Iraqi Communist Party accused the dissident communist group Rayat ash-Shaghilah of being "royalists", "deviationists", and police agents?
49 February 15, 2009
State of Palestine
Hashomer Hatzair Workers Party of Palestine ... that the Hashomer Hatzair Workers Party was the sole Zionist party in Mandate Palestine to advocate national rights for Palestinian Arabs?
50 February 17, 2009
United States
Illinois Staats-Zeitung ... that the German newspaper Illinois Staats-Zeitung, published in Chicago, played an important role in building the Republican Party in Illinois in the 1850s?
51 February 21, 2009
Democratic Movement for National Liberation ... that the Democratic Movement for National Liberation was the sole communist faction in Egypt that supported the 1952 Revolution?
52 March 3, 2009
Siegmund Glücksmann ... that German socialist politician Siegmund Glücksmann initiated the first socialist protests against the Piłsudski government in Poland?
53 April 12, 2009
German Socialist Labour Party of Poland ... that in 1933, the German Socialist Labour Party of Poland supported the Bundist call for boycott of goods produced in Germany, in protest of the Hitler regime?
54 April 15, 2009
Bismarckjugend ... that in 1935, the uniform of the national-conservative Bismarckjugend was banned in Germany? Bundesarchiv Bild 102-12264, Heer O. Sieveking mit Bismarckjugend.jpg
55 April 19, 2009
Jewish Anti-Zionist League ... that when Zionists and the Jewish Anti-Zionist League clashed in Cairo in 1947, Egyptian police sided with the Zionists?
56 June 1, 2009
Bangshi Badan Barman ... that in the 2009 Indian parliamentary election, Bangshi Badan Barman of the Greater Cooch Behar Democratic Party became the first undertrial prisoner to file candidate nomination papers in West Bengal?
57 June 1, 2009
Greater Cooch Behar Democratic Party ibid
58 June 24, 2009
J. Hemachandran ... that Indian labour leader J. Hemachandran called for a ban on sales of Coca-Cola and Pepsi in the state of Tamil Nadu?
59 June 27, 2009
Georgia (country)
Georgian Socialist-Federalist Revolutionary Party ... that in 1906, Georgian Socialist-Federalists managed to seize 315,000 rubles during an attack on a Russian treasury in Dusheti?
60 June 28, 2009
Moturu Udayam ... that Indian women's activist Moturu Udayam is said to have been the first woman to ride a bicycle in the state of Andhra Pradesh?
61 June 29, 2009
Pakistan Socialist Party ... that while the Pakistan Socialist Party won several seats in 1954 in East Pakistan due to reservations for religious minorities, the party opposed such reservations in principle?
62 June 30, 2009
Asian Socialist Conference ... that the 1953 Asian Socialist Conference held in Rangoon, was an important precursor to the 1955 Bandung Conference?
63 July 21, 2009
Thevar Jayanthi ... that in 2007 the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M. Karunanidhi, took part in Thevar Jayanthi celebrations, after shunning the event for two decades? Thevar Jayanthi in Madurai, 2007.jpg
64 July 23, 2009
Problems of Peace and Socialism ... that in the wake of the Sino-Soviet split, Albanian, Chinese and Korean editions of the journal Problems of Peace and Socialism (commemorating stamp pictured) were cancelled during 1962–1963? 1988 CPA 5985.jpg
65 July 28, 2009
People's Party (Cuba) ... that the Cuban People's Party was barred from contesting the 1901 elections, as the government demanded the party produce a register of thousands of members in just two hours?
66 July 29, 2009
Federal Republican Party of Las Villas ... that due to a violent intimidation campaign of the Federal Republican Party, no other political groups dared to contest the 1900 municipal elections in Las Villas, Cuba?
67 July 29, 2009
Cuban National Party ... that in 1901, two former political adversaries in Cuba, the Cuban National Party and the Republican Party of Havana, united behind the presidential candidature of Tomás Estrada Palma?
68 July 29, 2009
Republican Party of Havana ibid
69 July 30, 2009
Cuban local elections, 1900 ... that mayors elected in the 1900 Cuban local elections had to swear an oath of allegiance to the U.S. Military Government before taking office?
70 July 30, 2009
Ethiopian general election, 1973 ... that the 1973 parliamentary election was the last to be held under imperial rule in Ethiopia?
71 August 1, 2009
Hyde Park Movement Party ... that a 1955 "Speaker's Corner" experiment in Bangkok inspired the launching of a Thai Hyde Park Movement Party?
72 August 1, 2009
Sukhe Bator Mongolian Pioneers Organization ... that in the late 1980s, the Mongolian pioneer movement, the Sukhe Bator Mongolian Pioneers Organization, had a membership of 360,000?
73 August 2, 2009
Ethiopia–Israel relations ... that in the 1960s, Israel trained Ethiopian forces for counterinsurgency operations against the Eritrean Liberation Front? Ethiopia Israel Locator.png
74 August 2, 2009
National Day of Hatred ... that in 1984, the National Day of Hatred was instituted in Kampuchea, to condemn the Khmer Rouge and their allies?
75 August 3, 2009
Soviet Union
Daniel Solod ... that in 1961, the Soviet ambassador to Guinea Daniel Solod was accused of being involved in an anti-government plot, and was expelled from Guinea? Soloddaniel1944syria.png
76 August 5, 2009
Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (Colombia) ... that in 1955, pressure from the Catholic Church and Conservatives forced the Colombian military government of Rojas Pinilla to close down the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo trade union centre?
77 August 5, 2009
National Union of Algerian Farmers ... that the National Union of Algerian Farmers, one of the six main mass organizations of the FLN period, enjoyed less political autonomy than the other mass organizations in Algeria at the time?
78 August 5, 2009
Soviet Union
Côte d'Ivoire – Soviet relations ... that in 1969, Côte d'Ivoire severed its relations with the Soviet Union, following accusations that the Soviet ambassador had supported Ivorian student protests? Côte d'Ivoire Soviet Union Locator.PNG
79 August 5, 2009
Moslem League of the Western Province ... that in 1953, the Eritrean Moslem League of the Western Province proposed the creation of an independent Beja state out of parts of Eritrea and Sudan, but failed to secure British support for the idea?
80 August 6, 2009
Soviet Union
Laos–Soviet relations ... that in the final phase of its existence, the Soviet Union deprioritized relations with Laos for the sake of achieving a settlement in the Cambodian Civil War? Laos Soviet Union Locator.png
81 August 7, 2009
Independent Moslem League ... that the Eritrean Independent Moslem League was persuaded to support a union between Ethiopia and Eritrea, after receiving Ethiopian assurances on Arabic schooling and respect for Islamic traditions?
82 August 18, 2009
Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Red Flag (Unnichekkan) ... that in the 2009 Indian parliamentary election the Communist Party of India (M-L) Red Flag decided to support the Left Democratic Front, claiming that its opponents were pro-Israeli?
83 August 23, 2009
K.P. Prabhakaran ... that Indian communist politician K.P. Prabhakaran was in the forefront of a trade union of toddy tappers in Kerala for 55 years?
84 August 24, 2009
Socialist Party of Indonesia (Parsi) ... that the founders of the Socialist Party of Indonesia (Parsi) included a group of Indonesians who had participated in the anti-fascist resistance in the Netherlands during World War II?
85 August 25, 2009
Labour Party of Indonesia ...that in August of 1948 the Labour Party of Indonesia merged with the Communist Party?
86 August 31, 2009
Ibnu Parna ... that Indonesian politician Ibnu Parna, leader and the sole MP of the communist Acoma Party, was killed in the 1965 massacres?
87 August 31, 2009
Acoma Party ibid
88 September 1, 2009|
Permai ... that the Indonesian political party Permai was also a mystical religious movement?
89 September 6, 2009
Communist Party of Indonesia (Red) ... that in 1947 a group broke away from the Communist Party of Indonesia (PKI) and founded the rival Red Communist Party, in protest of the PKI leadership's willingness to negotiate with the Dutch?
90 September 8, 2009
Burkina Faso
Burkinabé parliamentary election, 1992 ... that 94% of the Members of Parliament elected in the 1992 election in Burkina Faso were male?
91 September 8, 2009
Dayak Unity Party ... that the Indonesian Dayak Unity Party was dissolved in 1959 when President Sukarno issued a ban on ethnic political parties?
92 September 9, 2009
Proletarian Women's Union ... that the Indonesian Murba Women's Union ran programmes to help women start batik and weaving household industries?
93 September 10, 2009
National People's Party (Indonesia) ... that in the 1950 confidence vote for the Indonesian Natsir cabinet, the National People's Party was the sole party without ministers of its own to support the government?
94 September 10, 2009
Burkina Faso
Confédération générale du travail du Burkina ... that the F.N.B.P.B. bakery workers' union, founded in 1960, is the oldest member of the Confédération générale du travail du Burkina trade union centre in Burkina Faso?
95 September 12, 2009
Murba Party ... that in the midst of the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, the Indonesian Murba Party pledged to send volunteers to Cuba?
96 September 13, 2009
Burkina Faso
Valère Somé ... that Burkinabè politician and revolutionary ideologue Valère Somé was forced into exile to Congo-Brazzaville after the overthrow of Thomas Sankara?
97 September 18, 2009
Socialist Democracy of Guinea ... that the French colonial administration in Guinea opposed the founding of the political party Socialist Democracy in 1954, as they feared it would split the anti-Sékou Touré vote?
98 September 19, 2009
Senegalese Territorial Assembly election, 1957 ... that unlike most other elections held in other parts of French West Africa on the same day, the 31 March 1957 assembly election in Senegal was not dominated by the African Democratic Rally (RDA)?
99 September 21, 2009
National Democratic Front for the Liberation of Oman and the Arabian Gulf ... that two foiled attacks by N.D.F.L.O.A.G. guerrillas in June 1970 sparked a conspiracy to overthrow the Sultan of Oman?
100 September 23, 2009
French legislative by-election in Guinea, 1954‎ ... that although the 1954 Guinean by-poll was marred with irregularities, only the communists and the African Democratic Rally voted against validating the results in the French National Assembly?
101 September 29, 2009
Marcel Oopa ... that Marcel Oopa, French National Assembly member from Tahiti and the Polynesian autonomist R.D.P.T, died on Bastille Day 1961?
102 September 29, 2009
Democratic Rally of the Tahitian People ibid
103 September 30, 2009
Black African Students Federation in France ... that the Black African Students Federation in France (F.E.A.N.F.) opposed the French 1965 Loi Cadre, which it considered as a move to Balkanize Africa?
104 October 13, 2009
Bund (Bukovina) ... that in order to register themselves as a political association according to Austro-Hungarian regulations, the Jewish socialist Bund of Bukovina had to limit its membership to male Austrian citizens?
105 October 15, 2009
General Jewish Labour Bund in Romania ... that the socialist Romanian General Jewish Labour Bund had a strong presence in kehilla elections in Chişinău during the interbellum but largely lacked representation outside Bessarabia?
106 October 28, 2009
Satyashodhak Communist Party ... that the Satyashodhak Communist Party was founded in Maharastra, India, in 1978, seeking to combine the philosophies of Karl Marx, B.R. Ambedkar and Jyotirao Phule?
107 November 2, 2009
Russian Empire
Independent Jewish Workers Party ... that in 1901, the head of the Russian secret police Sergei Zubatov helped found the Independent Jewish Workers Party in a bid to counter the influence of the General Jewish Labour Bund?
108 November 7, 2009
Der arbeyter ... that Leon Wasilewski of the Polish Socialist Party learned Yiddish in order to be able to edit the party's Yiddish-language newspaper Der arbeyter? Der-arbeyter-letterhead-1905.png
109 November 8, 2009
United Kingdom
Hebrew Socialist Union in London ... that HaEmes, the organ of the 1876 Hebrew Socialist Union in London, was the first Jewish socialist periodical?
110 November 12, 2009
Soviet Union
Socialist League of the New East ... that the Socialist League of the New East, founded by émigré Socialist-Revolutionaries in Czechoslovakia in 1927, called for splitting up the Soviet Union into separate national states?
111 November 14, 2009
Russian Empire
5th Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party ... that the 5th Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party was held in a church in London in 1907? Brotherhood Church Southgate Road.jpg
112 November 15, 2009
Enlightened People's Communist Party ... that in late 1921 a series of arrests of its activists led to the break-up of the Japanese Enlightened People's Communist Party?
113 December 11, 2009
Union générale des syndicats algériens ... that the Algerian communist trade union centre UGSA disbanded itself in 1957, after the rival nationalist UGTA had participated in the Leipzig congress of the World Federation of Trade Unions?
114 December 15, 2009
Republic of the Congo
Congolese Youth Union ... that the radical Congolese Youth Union, which took part in the overthrow of the Congolese President Fulbert Youlou in 1963, began as an offshoot of the youth wing of the French Communist Party?
115 December 15, 2009
Republic of the Congo
Trois Glorieuses (1963) ibid
116 December 20, 2009
Republic of the Congo
LICOPA affair ... that in seeking to overcome the low in CongoZaire relations in the early 1970s due to the LICOPA affair, Congolese authorities sentenced a Zairean opposition member to three years' imprisonment?
117 December 24, 2009
Republic of the Congo
Société Amicale des Originaires de l'A.E.F. ... that the matswaniste movement in French Equatorial Africa, l'Amicale des Originaires, developed from a self-help group into a political movement and later into a messianic religious community?
118 December 26, 2009
Republic of the Congo
Congolese Progressive Party ... that in the run-up to the 1946 French legislative and 1947 Congolese territorial elections, Congolese Progressive Party leader Jean-Félix Tchicaya condemned the system of separate electoral colleges?
119 December 26, 2009
Republic of the Congo
Moyen-Congo Representative Council election, 1947 ibid
120 December 26, 2009
French legislative election in French Equatorial Africa, November 1946 ibid
121 December 27, 2009
Republic of the Congo
National Movement of the Revolution ... that on July 20, 1964, the National Movement of the Revolution was declared the sole legal political party by law in the Republic of the Congo?
122 December 30, 2009
Zodi Ikhia ... that Zodi Ikhia, the first Education Minister of the Republic of Niger, took part in a failed coup d'etat in 1963?
123 December 31, 2009
Amar Ouzegane ... that Amar Ouzegane, first secretary of the Algerian Communist Party until 1947, later renounced communism, arguing for a fusion of Islam and socialism?
124 January 1, 2010
Michel Zunino ... that the French resistance activist Michel Zunino was the sole former socialist Popular Front parliamentarian who was later re-elected as a communist?
125 January 1, 2010
Pierre Abelin ... that the French Minister of Cooperation Pierre Abelin initiated the process that culminated with the signing of the Lomé Convention in 1975?
126 January 3, 2010
Labour Party (Argentina) ... that the Argentinian Labour Party, which played a major role in ensuring Juan Perón's 1946 election victory, was modelled after the British Labour Party?
127 January 4, 2010
Democratic Association of Victoria ... that the Democratic Association of Victoria, the first Australian socialist organisation founded in 1872, lasted only ten months?
128 January 5, 2010
Deiva Zivarattinam ... that in the 1946 French legislative election the incumbent parliamentarian from French India, Deiva Zivarattinam, received only 18 votes?
129 January 5, 2010
Tefik Mborja ... that during the Italian occupation Tefik Mborja was, as General Secretary of the Albanian Fascist Party, included in the Albanian cabinet as an ex-officio member?
130 January 5, 2010
Federación Obrera de la Industria de la Carne ... that a massive general strike organized by the Argentinian F.O.I.C. meat-packers union secured the release of its jailed leadership in September 1943?
131 January 10, 2010
Comité de liaison de patronat de l'A.E.F. ... that the employers' organization in French Equatorial Africa, COLPAEF, was significantly weaker than its West African counterparts, as employers in Equatorial Africa were highly individualistic?
132 January 11, 2010
Republic of the Congo
M 22 ... that Ange Diawara, the leader of the Congolese rebel group M 22, sought inspiration from Che Guevara and the Cameroonian UPC?
133 January 11, 2010
Ardeshir Ovanessian ... that the Armenian Iranian communist leader Ardeshir Ovanessian spent eleven years in Qasr prison?
134 January 10, 2010
Ettehadiyeh-ye Sendika-ye Kargaran-e Iran ... that on December 14, 1947, a rival government-supported Iranian union, ESKI, carried out an attack on a club building of the Central Union of Workers and Peasants of Iran?
135 January 13, 2010
Central Union of Workers and Peasants of Iran ibid
136 January 13, 2010
Emanuel Chobot ... that Emanuel Chobot, chairman of the Polish Socialist Workers Party in interbellum Czechoslovakia, was active in the cooperative movement?
137 January 13, 2010
Central Council of Trade Unions ... that May Day was first celebrated in Persia in 1922, and during the 1920s thousands of people participated in the May Day rallies of the Central Council of Trade Unions in Tehran?
138 January 14, 2010
Central Council of United Trade Unions ... that although formally banned, the Iranian communist Central Council of United Trade Unions was able to revive its activities under the rule of Mohammad Mosaddegh in the early 1950s?
139 January 14, 2010
Rahbar (newspaper) ... that workers employed at the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company were banned from reading the communist newspaper Rahbar, and could be fired if they did?
140 January 15, 2010
Karol Śliwka ... that the most prominent leader of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia within the Polish minority, Karol Śliwka, died in the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp in 1943?
141 January 15, 2010
Albanian Lictor Youth ... that soon after the annexation of Albania in 1939 Italian fascists set up the Albanian Lictor Youth, a branch of the Italian fascist youth movement?
142 January 15, 2010
Soviet Union
Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee ... that until 1974, all visits of the Palestine Liberation Organization to the Soviet Union were hosted by the Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee rather than government representatives?
143 January 17, 2010
Arab Lictor Youth ... that in 1935, the Italian Governor-General in Libya, Italo Balbo, founded the Arab Lictor Youth, a fascist youth movement that trained Arab youth for military service? GAL-Arab Lictor Youth in uniforms.PNG
144 January 19, 2010
Labour and Socialist International ... that in 1925 the Labour and Socialist International urged the League of Nations to accept the Rif Republic as a member?
145 January 19, 2010
Hungarian-German Social Democratic Party ... that in 1919 Hungarian and German social democrats in Slovakia formed a party of their own, as they differed with the Slovak social democrats on the Hungarian Soviet Republic?
146 January 24, 2010
Czechoslovak Social Democratic Workers Party in the Republic of Austria ... that there was a Czech section of the Austrian Republikanischer Schutzbund, associated with the Czechoslovak Social Democratic Workers Party in Austria?
147 January 24, 2010
Free City of Danzig
Social Democratic Party of the Free City of Danzig ... that in response to the growing National Socialist influence, the Social Democratic Party of the Free City of Danzig formed a 4,500-man strong paramilitary force?
148 January 24, 2010
Free City of Danzig
Julius Gehl ... that Julius Gehl, the vice president of the Senate of the Free City of Danzig, was a mason by profession? Gehl Julius.jpg
149 January 27, 2010
Old Social Democratic Party of Germany ... that National Bolshevik Ernst Niekisch played an important role in formulating the ideological line of the Old Social Democratic Party of Germany?
150 January 28, 2010
Világosság Socialist Emigrant Group ... that in 1920 Hungarian socialists such as Sándor Garbai, Zsigmond Kunfi and Vilmos Böhm, exiled after the crushing of the Hungarian Soviet Republic, founded the Világosság emigré group?
151 January 28, 2010
Portuguese Socialist Party ... that the Portuguese Socialist Party was the sole political party tolerated by the military regime after the 28 May 1926 coup d'état?
152 January 30, 2010
Socialist-Communist Union ... that the mayors of six Parisian suburbs took part in founding the Socialist-Communist Union in 1923?
153 January 30, 2010
Guyana Labour Union ... that Guyanese president Forbes Burnham was president of the Guyana Labour Union twice, from 1952 to 1956 and again from 1963 to 1965?
154 February 10, 2010
Guinea-Bissau–Sweden relations ... that Sweden established official diplomatic relations with Guinea-Bissau before Guinea-Bissau formally gained independence from Portugal in 1974?
155 February 10, 2010
Cape Verde
Onésimo Silveira ... that the Cape Verdean poet Onésimo Silveira was the representative of African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde in Sweden in the early 1970s?
156 February 12, 2010
United Kingdom
ILP Guild of Youth ... that the founding of the Independent Labour Party's Guild of Youth in Britain provoked the Labour Party to found a youth wing of its own?
157 February 21, 2010
Independent Socialist Labour Party ... that the Polish Independent Socialist Labour Party of Joseph Kruk merged into the Labour Zionist Poalei Zion in 1937?
158 February 21, 2010
Joseph Kruk ibid
159 March 8, 2010
Lore Agnes ... that the German socialist women's activist Lore Agnes was jailed in 1914 for having called on women to oppose the war during a March 8 rally? Lore Agnes.png
160 March 19, 2010
Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party (Broad Socialists) ... that despite its name, the Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party (Broad Socialists) had only 35% workers among its members?
161 March 22, 2010
Yanko Sakazov ... that Yanko Sakazov was one of the two first socialist parliamentarians in Bulgaria, elected to the National Assembly in 1894?
162 March 24, 2010
Konstantin Bozveliev ... that Konstantin Bozveliev became the first socialist to be elected mayor in Bulgaria in 1908?
163 March 27, 2010
L'Affranchissement ... that the association l'Affranchissement, founded in 1854, was the first rationalist organization in Belgium?
164 March 28, 2010
Republican Socialist Party ... that an 1889 trial against cadres of the Belgian Republican Socialist Party revealed that most leaders of the party were agents provocateurs paid by the government?
165 March 30, 2010
El Tiempo (Istanbul) ... that around 50% of adult Jews in Constantinople were subscribers of the Ladino language newspaper El Tiempo at the time of the First World War?
166 March 31, 2010
Hamevasser ... that the 1910–1911 Zionist newspaper Hamevasser called on Jews to join the Ottoman army, in an effort to improve Jewish-Turkish relations?
167 April 5, 2010
United States
Kawkab America ... that Kawkab America was the first Arabic-language newspaper published in North America?
168 April 10, 2010
Communist Party of Andalusia ... that the Communist Party of Andalusia won 57.4% of the votes in the 1983 municipal election in Córdoba, Spain?
169 April 14, 2010
United States
Dos Abend Blatt ... that Dos Abend Blatt was first Yiddish-language socialist newspaper in New York?
170 April 14, 2010
Robert Danneberg ... that Austrian socialist leader Robert Danneberg, one of the architects of 'Red Vienna', was killed in the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1942?
171 April 16, 2010
Russian Empire
Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (Mensheviks) ... that Sotsialisticheskii vestnik, the organ of the exiled Russian Menshevik Party, was published from New York until 1965?
172 April 17, 2010
Dino Rondani ... that the Italian socialist leader Dino Rondani represented Argentina in the Executive of the Labour and Socialist International?
173 April 17, 2010
Lumber Workers Industrial Union of Canada ... that Finnish communists founded the Lumber Workers Industrial Union of Canada in 1924?
174 April 19, 2010
Russian Empire
Ha-Yom ... that Ha-Yom, founded in 1886, was the first daily newspaper in Hebrew?
175 April 23, 2010
Mine Workers' Union of Canada ... that in 1931 three people were killed in Estevan, Canada, when police opened fire on a Mine Workers' Union of Canada rally?
176 April 30, 2010
Óscar Salas Moya ... that the miners' union leader Óscar Salas Moya was a candidate for vice-president of Bolivia in 1985?
177 May 9, 2010
1958 Paraguayan general strike‎ ... that over 200 Paraguayan trade union leaders were arrested by the Stroessner government in connection with a 1958 general strike?
178 May 11, 2010
Roger Pinto Molina ... that Bolivian right-wing senator Roger Pinto Molina owns 3,269 hectares of land in Porvenir?
179 May 11, 2010
Sendero ... that in 1973 the Paraguayan Episcopal Conference was able to revive a newspaper of its own, Sendero, after having shut its previous press organ in 1969 due to government harassment?
180 May 17, 2010
Jenaro Flores Santos ... that Jenaro Flores Santos was the first peasant organizer to lead the Bolivian national trade union centre COB?
181 May 22, 2010
Gonzalo Aguirre Villafán ... that Gonzalo Aguirre Villafán, former president of the parliamentary Defense Committee of Bolivia, was educated in Israel?
182 May 26, 2010
Román Loayza Caero ... that when Bolivian veteran trade unionist Román Loayza Caero announced his presidential aspirations in 2009, the Unique Confederation of Rural Laborers of Bolivia (CSUTCB), which he had led for nine years, publicly denounced his candidature?
183 June 17, 2010
Jorge Cruickshank García ... that in 1976 socialist Jorge Cruickshank García became the first opposition senator of Mexico since the emergence of the Institutional Revolutionary Party as the ruling party?
184 June 17, 2010
Socialist Union of Central-Eastern Europe ... that in 1949 the Polish, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Yugoslav and Czechoslovak socialist parties founded the Socialist Union of Central-Eastern Europe as a common centre for work in exile?
185 June 19, 2010
Soviet Union
French Communist Group ... that the small French Communist Group in Russia was able to play a role in fomenting mutinies amongst French interventionist troops during the Russian Civil War?
186 June 20, 2010
Mexican People's Party ... that whilst the Mexican People's Party was unable to obtain national registration as a political party, it was recognized in Baja California Sur and won a seat in the state legislature?
187 June 20, 2010
Trade Union Propaganda League ... that through the Trade Union Propaganda League Swedish leftwing socialists sought to win the Swedish Trade Union Confederation over to a revolutionary line?
188 June 25, 2010
Sind legislative assembly election, 1937 ... that, although the Sind United Party emerged as the largest party in the 1937 Sind assembly election, it failed to get its main leaders elected?
189 June 27, 2010
Tanka movement ... that in response to the Hajong communist peasants' uprising, Pakistani authorities forced the majority of the Hajong people into exile in India?
190 June 27, 2010
Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council election, 2010 ... that the communist-led Left Front won all seats elected in the 2010 Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council election?
191 June 27, 2010
National Youth Organization ... that in the mass literacy campaign during Grenada's New Jewel Movement revolution, 65% of volunteer teachers were mobilized from the National Youth Organization?
192 July 5, 2010
Under röd flagg ... that Hinke Bergegren's Under röd flagg (cover pictured) was the first periodical to introduce detailed accounts of anarchist thought in Sweden? Under röd flagg omslag 1891.jpg
193 July 6, 2010
Volksfront (Alsace) ... that the Bloody Sunday events of 1926 in Alsace were the starting point of cooperation between communists and clerical autonomists, which led to the expulsion of the Neue Welt group of Charles Hueber and Jean-Pierre Mourer from the French Communist Party and the formation of the Alsatian Opposition Communist Party?
194 July 6, 2010
Jean-Pierre Mourer ibid Jean-Pierre Mourer.jpg
195 July 6, 2010
Charles Hueber ibid
196 July 6, 2010
Alsatian Workers and Peasants Party ibid
197 July 6, 2010
Bloody Sunday (1926) ibid
198 July 6, 2010
Die Neue Welt ibid
199 July 8, 2010
Singapore Federation of Trade Unions ... that in 1947, 72 out of 126 trade unions in Singapore were affiliated to the communist-led Singapore Federation of Trade Unions?
200 July 9, 2010
Independent Regional Party for Alsace-Lorraine ... that the Landespartei, which represented the most radical wing of the Alsatian autonomist movement, moved closer to fascist positions during the 1930s?
201 July 11, 2010
Alsace-Lorraine Regional Party ... that the Alsace-Lorraine Regional Party, founded in 1903, was the first Catholic political organization in the German province of Alsace-Lorraine?
202 July 12, 2010
Ny Dag ... that in neutral Sweden during World War II, the communist newspapers Ny Dag and Sydsvenska Kuriren were banned from being carried on trains and public buses?
203 July 12, 2010
Sydsvenska Kuriren ibid
204 July 16, 2010
Poul Johansen Geleff ... that when Danish socialist pioneer and former prisoner Poul Johansen Geleff (pictured) emigrated to the United States, Danish police helped pay for his travel costs? Paul Geleff.jpg
205 July 17, 2010
Ture Königson ... that Ture Königson of the People's Party in Sweden decided the outcome of the crucial 1959 vote on pension reform by abstaining?
206 July 18, 2010
Bidya Debbarma ... that Indian communist politician and six-time Tripura Legislative Assembly member Bidya Debbarma never lost any election he contested?
207 July 19, 2010
United NLF Groups ... that during the Vietnam War the Swedish FNL movement used to attack U.S. diplomats with eggs, tomatoes and, occasionally, surströmming? FNL Flag.svg
208 July 19, 2010
Conference of Youth and Students of Southeast Asia Fighting for Freedom and Independence ... that it has often been claimed that the 1948 Southeast Asian Youth Conference, held in Calcutta, marked the starting point for various armed communist insurgencies in different Asian countries?
209 July 19, 2010
H. N. Goshal ... that Burmese communist leader H. N. Goshal was executed in an inner-party purge in 1967, after having been denounced as "Burma's Liu Shaoqi"?
210 July 20, 2010
All Burma Trade Union Congress ... that the All Burma Trade Union Congress was banned in the wake of the March 1948 crackdown on the Communist Party of Burma?
211 July 21, 2010
Communist Party (Burma) ... that in 1946 the Red Flag Communist Party initiated a guerrilla insurgency against British rule in Burma?
212 July 23, 2010
International Federation of Trade Unions ... that in spite of hesitations due to the growing influence of Nazism in Germany, the International Federation of Trade Unions moved its headquarters to Berlin in 1931?
213 July 27, 2010
Narayan Man Bijukchhe ... that Nepalese communist politician Narayan Man Bijukchhe has won a parliamentary seat in every national election since the 1990 Jana Andolan? Narayanman bijukchhe comrade rohit.png
214 July 28, 2010
All Saints' massacre ... that more than a hundred people were killed by the military junta of Natusch Busch during its 16-day reign in Bolivia in 1979?
215 July 28, 2010
Bienvenido Zacu Mborobainchi ... that indigenous Bolivian politician Bienvenido Zacu Mborobainchi led a 2002 protest march, which resulted in an accord with the government enabling the formation of the Constituent Assembly?
216 July 29, 2010
Neri Javier Colmenares ... that Neri Colmenares, today a member of the Congress of the Philippines, was one of the youngest political prisoners during the rule of Ferdinand Marcos?
217 August 2, 2010
Guillermo Capadocia ... that the Filipino communist guerrilla commander Guillermo Capadocia had worked as a chef and a waiter during his youth?
218 August 3, 2010
Revolutionary Left Front ... that the Revolutionary Left Front had the highest percentage of female candidates in the 1991 municipal elections in the major cities of Bolivia?
219 August 3, 2010
Óscar Zamora Medinaceli ... that Óscar Zamora Medinaceli, a communist student activist and leader of a Maoist insurgency in the 1970s, would become a senator, mayor, ambassador, prefect and minister of Bolivia?
220 August 4, 2010
Kampforbundet for Rød Sportsenhet ... that the merger between the Norwegian Labour Party-led Workers' Sport Federation and the Communist-led 'Red Sports' has been described as an early example of the popular front line?
221 August 4, 2010
Arbeidernes Idrettsforbund ibid
222 August 4, 2010
Collective Labor Movement ... that the leftist Collective Labor Movement was the largest trade union centre in the Philippines in the years just before World War II?
223 August 5, 2010
Benjamín Miguel Harb ... that after the death of Bolivian Christian Democratic politician Benjamín Miguel Harb in 2008, the Senate of Bolivia decided unanimously to grant him its highest decoration, the Banner of Gold?
224 August 5, 2010
Union Obrera Democratica Filipina ... that the Union Obrera Democratica Filipina held a mass anti-imperialist rally on May 1, 1903, the first May Day rally in the Philippines, in spite of being denied permits by the United States' Taft administration?
225 August 6, 2010
Socialist Republican Party (Bolivia) ... that the Bolivian Socialist Republican Party supported the military governments that ruled the country in 1935–1937, 1939–1940 and 1940–1943?
226 August 7, 2010
Bolivian municipal election, 1999 ... that in a survey study of the officials elected in the 1999 municipal election in Bolivia, the Communist Party had the highest percentage of indigenous councilors?
227 August 9, 2010
Japan Labour-Farmer Party ... that unlike other proletarian parties at the time, such as the Japan Labour-Farmer Party, the Labour-Farmer Party and the Social Democratic Party, the Japan Farmers Party based itself solely amongst the peasantry instead of a worker–peasant class alliance?
228 August 9, 2010
Japan Farmers Party ibid
229 August 9, 2010
Labour-Farmer Party ibid
230 August 9, 2010
Social Democratic Party (Japan, 1926) ibid
231 August 9, 2010
Proletarian parties in Japan, 1925-1932 ibid
232 August 14, 2010
Hyōgikai ... that 196 activists of the Japanese Hyōgikai trade union movement were jailed in 1926 for organizing strikes?
233 August 14, 2010
Ritsuta Noda ... that Japanese trade union leader Ritsuta Noda was a pioneer in the underground birth control movement in Osaka?
234 August 16, 2010
Farmer-Labour Party ... that the Japanese Farmer-Labour Party was banned just a few hours after its foundation in 1925?
235 August 19, 2010
Russian Empire
Agrarian Socialist League ... that the Agrarian Socialist League, a Russian revolutionary émigré organization, was founded at the funeral of Pyotr Lavrov in 1900?
236 August 19, 2010
Katarismo ... that the katarista movement leader Víctor Hugo Cárdenas was elected Vice President of Bolivia in 1993?
237 August 27, 2010
Assembly for the Sovereignty of the Peoples ... that the current President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, was one of four Assembly for the Sovereignty of the Peoples politicians elected to parliament in 1997?
238 September 7, 2010
United Kingdom
Yorkshire Factory Times ... that the socialist-oriented newspaper Yorkshire Factory Times began as an off-shoot of a conservative publication in 1899?
239 September 8, 2010
United Kingdom
Labour Elector ... that publication of British newspaper Labour Elector was discontinued in 1890 as its editor H. H. Champion travelled to Australia?
240 September 9, 2010
Al-Mabda' ... that under the 1960 Iraqi Associations Law, Daud as-Sayegh‍‍ '​‍s tiny faction (which published al-Mabda') was accorded recognition as the "Iraqi Communist Party", while the main communist group (which published Ittihad ash-Sha'ab) was denied legal status?
241 September 8, 2010
Iraqi Communist Party (1960) ibid
242 September 8, 2010
Daud as-Sayegh ibid
243 September 8, 2010
Ittihad ash-Sha'ab ibid
244 September 8, 2010
Associations Law ibid
245 November 12, 2010
Free Territory of Trieste
Anti-Fascist Youth Union of the Free Territory of Trieste ... that, in addition to mobilizing labor brigades for the post-war reconstruction of Yugoslavia, the Anti-Fascist Youth Union of the Free Territory of Trieste planned sporting and cultural events?
246 November 13, 2010
Free Territory of Trieste
Slavic-Italian Anti-Fascist Union ... that in the 1949 municipal election in the Free Territory of Trieste, the communist-led Slavic-Italian Anti-Fascist Union won 97% of the votes in Monrupino?
247 November 13, 2010
Free Territory of Trieste
Free Territory of Trieste municipal election, 1949 ibid
248 November 21, 2010
Socialist Workers Movement (Bolivia) ... that the Bolivian ambassador to the United Nations Pablo Solón was the main leader of the Trotskyist Socialist Workers Party in the 1980s?
249 November 23, 2010
Vinod Mishra ... that Indian communist leader Vinod Mishra announced an "eye for an eye" policy of vengeance after right-wing paramilitaries Ranvir Sena killed 21 Dalits in 1996?
250 November 24, 2010
Popular Socialist Youth ... that the 1960 congress of the Popular Socialist Youth was the first occasion at which the Cuban motto "Fatherland or Death" was displayed in print?
251 November 24, 2010
Indian People's Front ... that in March 1994, the communist-led Indian People's Front rallied tens of thousands of barefoot, starving workers, some of whom walked more than 100 kilometres (62 mi) to reach the venue?
252 November 25, 2010
Le Phare de Guinée ... that the Democratic Party of Guinea organ Le Phare de Guinée was closed down in 1949, as no printing press in Guinea dared to print it due to government pressure?
253 November 26, 2010
Barry III ... that Guinean socialist politician Barry III was nicknamed "Little Elephant", due to the similarities of his political programme with that of Sékou Touré, whose nickname was "Elephant"?
254 November 30, 2010
Sarbupri ... that a 1953 strike organized by the plantation workers trade union Sarbupri forced the Indonesian government to raise wages of estate labourers by 30%?
255 November 30, 2010
United Left (Bolivia) ... that current President of Bolivia Evo Morales was elected to parliament in 1997 on an United Left ticket?
256 December 2, 2010
Baba Bujha Singh ... that Punjabi revolutionary Baba Bujha Singh predicted the disintegration of the Soviet Union?
257 December 2, 2010
Chaturanan Mishra ... that in 1996 Chaturanan Mishra became one of the two first communist cabinet members in India?
258 December 3, 2010
Sentral Organisasi Buruh Republik Indonesia ... that the Indonesian trade union centre SOBRI decided to join the World Federation of Trade Unions following the death of Stalin in 1953?
259 December 3, 2010
Sarbuksi ... that by 1962 the communist-led Indonesian forest workers union Sarbuksi claimed to have a quarter of a million members?
260 December 8, 2010
Prijono ... that Indonesian Minister of Education Prijono received the Stalin Peace Prize in 1954? Prijono.jpg
261 December 9, 2010
Sarbufis ... that in 1955 the Indonesian film workers union Sarbufis launched a campaign to ban American newsreel film?
262 December 10, 2010
Harihar Narayan Prabhakar ... that Indian politician Harihar Narayan Prabhakar began his political career in the Communist Party of India, but later represented the Bharatiya Janata Party in the legislative assembly of Bihar?
263 December 12, 2010
Kalvdans ... that Swedish emigrants brought kalvdans, a dessert made out of colostrum milk, to North America?
264 December 12, 2010
Moni Guha ... that the communist Moni Guha was amongst the first in India to criticize the 1956 line of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union?
265 December 19, 2010
Salawati Daud ... that communist politician Salawati Daud was the first female mayor in Indonesia?
266 December 24, 2010
Sentral Organisasi Buruh Seluruh Indonesia ... that the communist-led federation SOBSI was the largest trade union movement in Indonesia prior to the Suharto era? Sobsi-rally.jpg
267 December 28, 2010
Serbuni ... that, according to Fieldhouse, militant agitation by the Indonesian communist trade union Serbuni during the 1963/1964 confrontation sought to prevent nationalization of Unilever factories?
268 December 30, 2010
Consentrasi Gerakan Mahasiswa Indonesia ... that the communist student organization CGMI ran campaigns against hazing at Indonesian universities?
269 December 31, 2010
Kiranmoy Nanda ... that socialist politician Kiranmoy Nanda has been the Fisheries Minister of the Indian state of West Bengal since 1982?
270 December 31, 2010
SITRANDE ... that the power plant workers union SITRANDE was the first public sector trade union founded in Paraguay after the fall of Stroessner?
271 January 2, 2011
Sanbetsu ... that the membership of the Japanese trade union centre Sanbetsu dropped from 1.5 million in 1946 to 13,000 in 1953? Sanbetsu kaigi banner.png
272 January 5, 2011
Fadjar Harapan ... that the Indonesian pioneer movement Fadjar Harapan was merged into the national scouting organization on a presidential order in 1961?
273 January 6, 2011
Pauls Dauge ... that the dentist Pauls Dauge translated several works of Friedrich Engels into Latvian?
274 January 7, 2011
Al-Insaniyyah ... that al-Insaniyyah, founded in 1925, was the first official Arabic communist newspaper?
275 January 9, 2011
Agragami Adivasi Samiti ... that Indian Maoist guerrillas killed seven prominent local members of Agragami Adivasi Samiti in Purulia District in December 2010?
276 January 10, 2011
La Lutte (newspaper) ... that in the 1930s, the Indochinese Communist Party and the Vietnamese Trotskyists collaborated on the joint publication La Lutte?
277 January 13, 2011
Zénon Bernard ... that 20 years after scoring a goal in Luxembourg's first-ever football victory over France, Zénon Bernard became the first communist elected to the Luxembourgian parliament?
278 January 14, 2011
Rameshwar Prasad ... that Rameshwar Prasad became the first Naxalite member of Parliament elected from the Indian state of Bihar in 1989?
279 January 18, 2011
Farm Workers Union of Uppland ... that the 1925 harvest strike in Uppland is portrayed in novels by Swedish authors Ivar Lo-Johansson and Jan Fridegård?
280 January 19, 2011
Farm Workers Union of Central Sweden ... that, as a result of the agitations carried out prior to the founding of the Farm Workers Union of Central Sweden in 1906, the annual wages of statare increased by approximately 40 SEK?
281 January 20, 2011
Farm Workers Union of Småland ... that 1919 agitations by left-wing socialists in Småland resulted in the formation of a separate Farm Workers Union?
282 January 21, 2011
Forest and Farm Workers Union of Sweden ... that the Forest and Farm Workers Union of Sweden advocated an agrarian reform modelled on the Soviet one?
283 January 25, 2011
Women's Trade Union ... that, as women in Sweden were not allowed to join the Swedish Tailoring Workers Union, they founded a separate Women's Trade Union in 1902?
284 February 3, 2011
Democratic Farmers League of Sweden ... that the Democratic Farmers League of Sweden promoted a modernized form of copyhold, whereby peasants would be relieved from debts?
285 February 15, 2011
Ernest Lafont ... that the French socialist parliamentarian Ernest Lafont was expelled from Soviet Russia on the orders of Leon Trotsky?
286 February 20, 2011
Paul Wittich (politician) ... that the Westungarische Volksstimme editor Paul Wittich was the first social democrat elected to the town council of Pressburg (today known as Bratislava)?
287 February 20, 2011
Westungarische Volksstimme ibid
288 April 16, 2011
Central Organising Committee, Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Party Unity ... that in the Indian state of Bihar, pressure from communist Party Unity guerrillas forced the upper-caste paramilitary Bhoomi Sena to surrender to the peasant organisation MKSS?
289 April 16, 2011
Mazdoor Kisan Sangram Samiti ibid
290 April 19, 2011
Ash-sha'ab yurid isqat an-nizam ... that Ash-sha'ab yurid isqat an-nizam (The people want the fall of the regime) was the most common slogan in graffiti during the 2011 Egyptian Revolution?
291 May 10, 2011
Arvid Olsson ... that socialist politician Arvid Olsson was among the first Swedes to receive political training in Soviet Russia? Arvidolsson1938.jpg
292 May 12, 2011
Viktor Herou ... that Viktor Herou, a member of the first Swedish communist parliamentary group, later became a Centre Party municipal politician? Viktorherou1922.jpg
293 May 13, 2011
Puducherry legislative assembly election, 2011 ... that the counting of the votes from the 2011 Puducherry legislative assembly election begins on May 13, 2011, exactly one month after the election was held? Puducherry-Assembly-Constituencies-1-30-assembly-election-2011.png
294 May 14, 2011
Karl Toman ... that the Austrian former communist leader Karl Toman was appointed mayor of Eichgraben by German authorities in 1938?
295 May 15, 2011
United States
Here Comes Tobor ... that in the credits of the unaired pilot episode of Here Comes Tobor, the robot Tobor is credited as playing himself?
296 May 15, 2011
United States
Tobor ibid
297 June 22, 2011
Libyan National Democratic Front ... that Mahmoud Shammam, the Head of Information of the Libyan National Transitional Council, was one of the leaders of the Marxist Libyan National Democratic Front in the 1980s?
298 June 23, 2011
Libyan National Movement ... that with support from the Iraqi government, magazines and audio cassettes produced by the exiled Libyan National Movement were smuggled into Libya during the 1980s?
299 June 26, 2011
South Africa
South African Youth Revolutionary Council ... that in June 1981 South African authorities arrested eight members of the South African Youth Revolutionary Council, charged with preparing an armed uprising against the Apartheid regime?
300 June 29, 2011
French India Students Congress ... that in August 1947 French authorities banned a pro-independence mass rally of the French India Students Congress, but were forced to withdraw the ban after spontaneous protests?
301 June 29, 2011
Baddam Yella Reddy ... that in 1952 the communist candidate Baddam Yella Reddy defeated P. V. Narasimha Rao (later the Prime Minister of India) in a parliamentary election?
302 June 29, 2011
V. Subbiah ... that Indian communist leader V. Subbiah was elected to the Senate of France in 1947?
303 June 30, 2011
National Democratic Front (French India) ... that in the French India municipal election, 1946, the National Democratic Front won control over all 22 municipalities?
304 July 1, 2011
Slovak Social Democratic Party of the Kingdom of Hungary ... that the Slovak Social Democrats founded their own party in 1905, but merged back into the Hungarian Social Democratic Party after a few months due to economic problems?
305 July 1, 2011
Union (Hungarian-German trade union council) ... that Union, a German-Hungarian trade union council, had substantial following amongst agricultural labourers in southwestern Slovakia after the First World War?
306 July 4, 2011
Mohammad Khalil Naik ... that in the 2002 Jammu & Kashmir Assembly election, communist candidate Mohammad Khalil Naik won the Wachi seat by only 80 votes?
307 July 7, 2011
Communist Party of French India ... that in 1954 The New York Times warned that the Communist Party of French India was likely to seize power in the colony?
308 July 8, 2011
French India Socialist Party ... that in the 1948 municipal polls in Pondicherry, largely assumed to have been rigged, the French India Socialist Party won all 102 seats?
309 July 9, 2011
All Hyderabad Trade Union Congress ... that Makhdoom Mohiuddin, the president of the All Hyderabad Trade Union Congress, was arrested at the founding meeting of the organization in 1946?
310 July 20, 2011
Soviet Union
Communist Party of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic ... that for many years, the Russian Soviet Republic did not have its Communist Party?
311 July 25, 2011
Saint Helena
Saint Helena Labour Party ... that in the mid-1970s the Saint Helena Labour Party tried to boost links between Saint Helena and South Africa?
312 August 23, 2011
Singareni Karmika Samakya ... that the Indian miners' union Sikasa was banned in 1992, accused of being a front organisation of the People's War Group?
313 August 28, 2011
Basque-Vicuña war ... that in 1622 a civil war broke out in present-day Bolivia between Basques and Vicuñas?
314 August 28, 2011
Alejo Calatayud ... that in 1730, rebels under the command of a silversmith named Alejo Calatayud seized control of Cochabamba, Bolivia?
315 October 17, 2011
Republic of the Congo
Daniel Abibi ... that Daniel Abibi, Congolese permanent representative to the U.N. during the 1990s, was amongst the first Central Africans to obtain a doctorate in mathematics?
316 October 18, 2011
Confédération africaine des syndicats libres ... that the African Confederation of Free Trade Unions was founded in 1958 on the basis of the French Charter of Amiens?
317 October 25, 2011
Oblicze Dnia (newspaper) ... that the plans for a popular front between communists and socialists in Poland collapsed after the launching of the newspaper Oblicze Dnia in 1936?
318 October 26, 2011
Republic of the Congo
Sékou Touré presidential visit to the Republic of the Congo ... that during a 1963 presidential visit to Brazzaville, the Guinean president Sékou Touré called for the overthrow of the Congolese government?
319 October 26, 2011
Keneder yiddische vochenblat ... that when the Communist Party of Canada relaunched its Yiddish newspaper in 1940, they chose the neutral name Canadian Jewish Weekly in order to avoid a government ban?
320 October 29, 2011
Der yidisher arbeyter (Paris) ... that 1911 journal Der yidisher arbeyter (The Jewish Worker) (pictured) was the first Yiddish labour journal published in France? Yidisherarbeytercover.png
321 November 3, 2011
Arab Revolutionary Labour Party ... that the Syrian opposition group the Arab Revolutionary Labour Party was founded in 1966 as a Marxist splinter-group of the Ba'ath Party?
322 November 28, 2011
National Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party – Yemen Region ... that Ba'athists in Yemen carried out clandestine political activity until 1990?
323 November 29, 2011
Progressive Youth Organisation of Guyana ... that the Pioneer Youth League of British Guiana was banned by the British colonial authorities in December 1953?
324 December 27, 2011
Relief Society of Tigray ... that during the 1984–1985 famine in Ethiopia, the Relief Society of Tigray organized a mass exodus of Tigrayan villagers to camps in Sudan?
325 January 23, 2012
Democracia ... that at one point in the 1970s, the Ethiopian underground publication Democracia had a larger readership than the official government press?
326 January 29, 2012
Provisional Office for Mass Organizational Affairs ... that during the Red Terror in Ethiopia, the Provisional Office for Mass Organizational Affairs supervised urban militia squads?
327 January 31, 2012
Union of Ethiopian Marxist-Leninist Organizations ... that the Derg military junta supported the formation of the Union of Ethiopian Marxist-Leninist Organizations, but eventually crushed or disbanded its member organizations (Meison, Seded, Echat, Waz and Malerid)?
328 January 31, 2012
Echat ibid
329 January 31, 2012
Waz League ibid
330 January 31, 2012
Abyotawit Seded ibid
331 January 31, 2012
Ethiopian Marxist-Leninist Revolutionary Organization ibid
332 February 3, 2012
Yäsäffiw hezb dems ... that in the early phase of the Ethiopian revolution, the underground publication Yäsäffiw hezb dems was widely distributed in spite of military censorship?
333 February 4, 2012
Gambela People's Liberation Movement ... that in 1992 the leader of the Gambela People's Liberation Movement, Agwa Alemu, was killed by his own troops?
334 February 7, 2012
Commission for Organizing the Party of the Working People of Ethiopia ... that the Central Committee of the Commission for Organizing the Party of the Working People of Ethiopia included only one woman?
335 February 28, 2012
Alemu Abebe ... that Alemu Abebe was sworn in as mayor of Addis Ababa in 1977 after the mayor-elect had been assassinated?
336 February 28, 2012
Oromay ... it is widely suggested that the publication of the novel Oromay, depicting the Eritrean War, led to the disappearance of its author, Baalu Girma?
337 March 18, 2012
Sindicato Obrero Canario ... that in 1979 the trade union Sindicato Obrero Canario labelled Spanish rule of the Canary Islands "colonial" in an appeal to the OUA?
338 March 22, 2012
Asociación Obrera Asambleista ... that in 1977 AOA, a trade union linked to the Spanish urban guerilla movement FRAP, was founded?
339 March 26, 2012
Confederación de Sindicatos Unitarios de Trabajadores ... that whilst the Spanish trade union CSUT criticized other unions for links with political parties, it was itself heavily influenced by the Party of Labour of Spain?
340 March 31, 2012
Confederación Xeral de Traballadores Galegos-Intersindical Nacional ... that in 1985 differences of opinion on the tactics of general strikes led to a split in the Galician nationalist trade union movement and the founding of CXTG?
341 April 2, 2012
Spanish trade union representative elections, 1978 ... that in 1978 the Maoist Sindicato Unitario won the union election at the conservative newspaper ABC in Madrid?
342 April 2, 2012
Sindicato Unitario ibid
343 April 4, 2012
Eusko Langillen Alkartasuna (Askatuta) - Solidaridad de Trabajadores Vascos (Independiente) ... that when the Basque trade union movement ELA-STV suffered a split in the 1970s, the dissident ELA-STV (Askatuta) was accused of being bankrolled by Opus Dei?
344 April 4, 2012
Swiss Socialist Federation ... that in the spring of 1941 the Swiss Socialist Federation was banned and its four national deputies (including Le Travail editor Léon Nicole and Jacques Dicker) were expelled from parliament?
345 April 4, 2012
Le Travail-Le Droit du Peuple ibid
346 April 4, 2012
Jacques Dicker ibid
347 April 5, 2012
San Marino
Umberto Barulli ... that the Communist Party leader Umberto Barulli was appointed head of state in San Marino in 1988?
348 April 5, 2012
Swiss-South African Association ... that the Swiss-South African Association tried to lobby the Swiss government to recognize the Bantustan state Transkei?
349 April 12, 2012
Gabonese Socialist Union ... that the Gabonese Socialist Union, initially an opposition party founded by formerly exiled student activists, aligned itself with the then incumbent president Omar Bongo?
350 April 12, 2012
Birchandra Manu massacre ... that TTAADC member Sridam Pal was one of the 13 victims killed in the 1988 Birchandramanu massacre in South Tripura?
351 April 13, 2012
Maoist Youth Union ... that the Maoist Youth Union demanded that a "Youth Charter" be included in the new Spanish constitution?
352 April 14, 2012
Unión General de Trabajadores (sector histórico) ... that following the 1973 Toulouse congress of PSOE a group of veteran Spanish socialists organized the "Historical" UGT, claiming to represent the original UGT trade union?
353 April 15, 2012
Kampuchean Federation of Trade Unions ... that Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia Men Sam An served as chairwoman of the Kampuchean Federation of Trade Unions?
354 April 19, 2012
Socialist Republican Party (Sudan) ... that the Sudanese Socialist Republican Party was nicknamed 'Mr. Hawkesworth's Party', in reference to a rumour that a British colonial officer by that name had engineered it?
355 April 20, 2012
Youth Council of the French Union ... that Léopold Sédar Senghor chaired the 1955 congress of the Youth Council of the French Union in Madagascar?
356 April 23, 2012
San Marino
Ermenegildo Gasperoni ... that the Sammarinese Communist Party leader Ermenegildo Gasperoni worked as both a car mechanic and as Minister of Transport at the same time?
357 April 24, 2012
Erich Ziegler ... that the Socialist Unity Party of West Berlin leader Erich Ziegler had been imprisoned during World War II for his role in the Heinz Kapelle resistance group?
358 April 25, 2012
Knud Jespersen ... that a Soviet merchant vessel was named after Danish communist leader Knud Jespersen? Knud Jespersen.jpg
359 April 27, 2012
Khmer-Chinese Friendship Association ... that the main leaders of the Khmer–Chinese Friendship Association were purged and executed in 1977?
360 May 1, 2012
Anti-Imperialist Front ... that although the Sudanese Anti-Imperialist Front had opposed a union with Egypt, it sent volunteers to help the Egyptian side in the 1956 Suez Crisis?
361 May 2, 2012
Martin Gunnar Knutsen ... that radio newsreader Martin Gunnar Knutsen was the first to present the news of the death of Joseph Stalin to a Norwegian audience?
362 May 2, 2012
Bauer und Arbeiter ... that although the newspaper Bauer und Arbeiter rapidly gained popularity amongst German colonists in Azerbaijan, it was closed down after only a few months of existence?
363 May 5, 2012
Jakob Lechleiter ... that the stepfather of Swiss politician Jakob Lechleiter was a German communist leader who was executed in 1942?
364 May 5, 2012
Soviet Union
Nachrichten ... that in 1931 the publication of the Volga German newspaper Nachrichten was reduced to 18 times per month, due to paper shortages?
365 May 6, 2012
1976 Conference of Communist and Workers Parties of Europe ... that the debates from the 1976 European Communist Conference (commemorative stamp pictured) were censored by Pravda, but not by Neues Deutschland? Stamps of Germany (DDR) 1976, MiNr 2146.jpg
366 May 10, 2012
Larbi Bouhali ... that the Algerian communist leader Larbi Bouhali went into exile after the 1965 coup d'état?
367 May 12, 2012
Sukumar Barman ... that Scheduled Castes leader Sukumar Barman served as Tripura state minister for transport and fisheries?
368 May 22, 2012
South Sudan
Relief Association of Southern Sudan ... that the Relief Association of Southern Sudan was one of the Sudanese partner organizations of Operation Lifeline Sudan?
369 August 3, 2012
Black Native Party ... that Afro-Uruguayan intellectuals founded the Black Native Party in 1936, the third Black political party in Latin America?
370 August 10, 2012
General Union of Negro African Workers ... that the General Union of Negro African Workers was one of the main forces behind the 1958 vote for independence in Guinea?
371 August 18, 2012
Liga Geral dos Trabalhadores de Angola ... that Liga Geral dos Trabalhadores de Angola, an exiled Angolan trade union linked to FNLA, received funding from the AFL–CIO during the 1960s?
372 August 21, 2012
National Convention of New Sudan ... that the 1994 National Convention of New Sudan outlined a civil political administration for the areas held by SPLA guerrillas?
373 August 25, 2012
União Geral dos Trabalhadores de Angola ... that in 1971 Mauricio Luvualu, leader of the exiled Angolan trade union UGTA, was handed over to the Portuguese by the government of Congo-Kinshasa?
374 August 26, 2012
Confédération africaine des travailleurs croyants de l'A.E.F ... that the pro-Catholic trade union C.A.T.C-A.E.F held the Brazzaville P.O. Box 666?
375 August 27, 2012
Somali Confederation of Labour ... that the Somali Confederation of Labour was banned following Siad Barre's coup d'état in 1969?
376 September 12, 2012
Confédération africaine des travailleurs croyants (French West Africa and Togo) ... that in a move to accommodate Muslims, the West African Catholic trade union CATC replaced the word "Christians" in its name with "Believers"?
377 September 29, 2012
Mohamed Refaat El-Saeed ... that in 1995, the Egyptian left-wing leader Mohamed Refaat El-Saeed was nominated to the Upper House of Parliament by Hosni Mubarak?
378 October 4, 2012
MELS Movement Botswana ... that the electoral support of the Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin Movement of Botswana increased by more than ten times between 1999 and 2009?
379 October 14, 2012
Sri Lanka
Aththa ... that the Communist Party daily Aththa was the only Sinhala-language newspaper to cover the burning of Jaffna library?
380 November 9, 2012
Russian Empire
Di Tsayt (Saint Petersburg) ... that whilst the Yiddish newspaper Di Tsayt was published in Saint Petersburg, its editorial team was based in Vienna?
381 November 9, 2012
Le Peuple (Brussels) ... that in 1997 the Belgian socialist daily Le Peuple, founded in 1885, was acquired by the Rossel media group?
382 November 23, 2012
Fish Keitseng ... that the Motswana ANC activist Fish Keitseng helped anti-Apartheid leaders including Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki to move through Bechuanaland?
383 November 27, 2012
Satyanarayan Singh ... that Indian communist politician Satyanarayan Singh led a campaign of annihilation of class enemies in rural Bihar in the late 1960s?
384 December 16, 2012
Lebanese general election, 1968 in Tripoli City ... that in spite of challenges from the left, all incumbent parliamentarians from Tripoli City were re-elected in 1968?
385 December 19, 2012
Lebanese general election, 1968 in Chouf District ... that the Chouf District had the highest number of voters in the 1968 Lebanese parliamentary election?
386 December 22, 2012
Lebanese general election, 1968 in Beirut III ... that the 1968 election in the Beirut III constituency saw Sunni former rivals Abdallah al-Yafi and Saeb Salam unite around a joint candidature?
387 December 22, 2012
Lebanese general election, 1968 in Beirut I ... that all Armenian parliamentarians elected from the Beirut I constituency in 1968 ran unopposed?
388 December 23, 2012
Lebanese general election, 1968 in Zgharta District ... that a 27-year-old law student was the sole challenger against the candidature of Maronite strongman Suleiman Frangieh in the 1968 election in the Zgharta constituency?
389 December 27, 2012
Chouf parliamentary by-election, 1971 ... that the 1971 Chouf parliamentary by-poll was described at the time as the "most fiery" by-election ever in Lebanon?
390 December 30, 2012
Lebanese general election, 1968 in Beirut II ... that Jamil Mihhu, contesting the Beirut II constituency in the 1968 election, was the first Kurd to run for office in Lebanon?
391 January 1, 2013
Lebanese general election, 1968 in Marjeyoun-Hasbaya ... that voting in Marjeyoun-Hasbaya in the 1968 Lebanese general election was marred by heavy rains?
392 February 12, 2013
Isle of Man
Walter C. Craine ... that Labour politician Walter C. Craine was successful in getting the Manx Divorce Act approved in Tynwald in 1938?
393 March 18, 2013
U.C. Raman ... that U.C. Raman was the first Scheduled Caste candidate nominated by the Indian Union Muslim League for an unreserved constituency?
394 April 10, 2013
Plantation Workers International Federation ... that the Plantation Workers International Federation was founded in Tunis in July 1957?
395 April 12, 2013
State of Palestine
Revolutionary Palestinian Communist Party ... that in 1987 the Revolutionary Palestinian Communist Party and the Palestinian Communist Party switched places as members of the PLO?
396 April 13, 2013
National Alliance for the Liberation of Syria ... that following the crushing of the 1982 Hama revolt, the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood formed a broad alliance with Arab nationalist factions?
397 April 14, 2013
Sixto Agudo ... that Spanish communist resistance member Sixto Agudo was sentenced to death, but released from jail in 1961?
398 April 27, 2013
Búfalos ... that the para-military squads of the Peruvian APRA Party used to be nick-named "Buffaloes"?
399 May 4, 2013
René Malbrant ... that the veterinarian René Malbrant was a member of all legislatures of the Fourth Republic, representing French citizens in French Equatorial Africa?
400 May 11, 2013
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Nova borba ... that the Prague-based Nova borba was the first Yugoslav Cominformist émigré mouthpiece?
401 May 12, 2013
United States
Fashist ... that the émigré Russian publication Fashist falsely claimed to have a vast network of "fascist correspondents" inside the Soviet Union?
402 May 12, 2013
CITYPEG ... that the workers' association CITYPEG has criticised both the Gibraltarian and Spanish governments for their policies affecting Spanish workers in Gibraltar?
403 May 18, 2013
1985 Nepal bombings ... that Ram Raja Prasad Singh was sentenced to death in absentia following the Nepal bombings in 1985?
404 June 12, 2013
Mahila Atma Raksha Samiti ... that during the famine of 1943, the Women's Self-Defense Association organised hunger marches across Bengal?
405 June 14, 2013
Phani Bora ... that in his late twenties, Phani Bora was appointed secretary of the Communist Party of India in Assam?
406 June 17, 2013
El Pueblo (Nicaraguan newspaper) ... that the printing presses of the daily newspaper El Pueblo were confiscated by the Sandinista People's Army in January 1980?
407 July 8, 2013
Jagjit Singh Lyallpuri ... that longtime Indian communist leader Jagjit Singh Lyallpuri remained on hunger strike for nine weeks while in jail?
408 July 23, 2013
Centre Party (Sweden, 1924) ... that the Civilization Party contested the 1924 Swedish general election using a Social Democratic ballot?
409 July 27, 2013
Swedish National Socialist Party ... that Swedish National Socialist Party (meeting pictured) leader Birger Furugård sought to invite Adolf Hitler as a guest speaker in 1931, but police authorities refused to issue a permit? Furugård party meeting 1935.jpg
410 August 2, 2013
Spanish Democratic Socialist Party ... that ahead of the 1977 election, the leader of the Spanish Democratic Socialist Party traveled to Brussels to secure support from the European socialist movement?
411 August 6, 2013
Helmer Molander ... that Helmer Molander was the sole member of Zeth Höglund's Communist Party in the Second Chamber? Helmer molander.jpg
412 August 9, 2013
Knut Olsson ... that Ny Dag publisher Knut Olsson was sentenced to eight months of hard labour for articles published regarding the 1931 Ådalen riots? Knut Olsson.jpg
413 August 20, 2013
Juan Pablo Wainwright ... that before he was ordered to be executed, jailed communist leader Juan Pablo Wainwright is said to have spat in the face of Guatemalan dictator Jorge Ubico?
414 August 17, 2013
Skinnar Per Andersson ... that Dalecarlian rebel leader Skinnar Per Andersson was sentenced to death by Svea Hovrätt in 1744?
415 September 19, 2013
Young Communist League of Poland ... that from 1930 through 1933, Jews constituted a majority of the membership of the Young Communist League of Poland?
416 September 22, 2013
Chilekommittén ... that in 1975 the Swedish Chile Committee mobilized thousands of protestors against a Davis Cup tennis match between Sweden and Chile?
417 September 24, 2013
Folks-Ligue ... that prior to his death in 1945, Soviet diplomat Konstantin Umansky held his last speech at the inauguration of the office of the Jewish People's League at Paseo de la Reforma?
418 October 1, 2013
Vorwärts (Cernăuți) ... that Jakob Pistiner served as editor of the newspaper Vorwärts, in Cernăuți (present-day Chernivtsi)?
419 October 7, 2013
Singai Nesan ... that the first issue of the Singapore Tamil weekly Singai Nesan commemorated the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria? Singainesan.jpg
420 October 9, 2013
Sri Lanka
Alamat Langkapuri ... that the Colombo fortnightly Alamat Langkapuri was the world's first Malay language newspaper in Jawi script? Alamat lankapuri cover.png
421 October 10, 2013
Sri Lanka
Muslim Nesan ... that the Colombo Arwi weekly Muslim Nesan (1884 issue cover pictured) interviewed exiled Egyptian nationalist leader Ahmed Orabi soon after his arrival in Ceylon? Muslim Nesan.jpg
422 October 12, 2013
Christian Workers Union of Sweden (1899) ... that many of the workers that joined the 1899 Christian Workers Union of Sweden did so in response to hikes in membership fees in other unions?
423 October 14, 2013
Swedish Workers Union ... that when the Swedish Workers Union was dissolved in 1919, its chairman burned all of its central archives?
424 October 16, 2013
Costa Rica
Trabajo ... that the Venezuelan president Rómulo Betancourt had been the director of the Costa Rican communist newspaper Trabajo in the 1930s?
425 October 21, 2013
GDR Union of Journalists ... that in 1988 around 90% of East German journalists were members of the GDR Union of Journalists?
426 October 21, 2013
Sector Kanda ... that on April 1, 1986, Nepalese communist rebels attacked police stations, trying to start a popular uprising?
427 October 21, 2013
Euskadi Roja ... that the Basque Communist publication Euzkadi Roja was banned by French authorities in 1950?
428 October 23, 2013
Satyapriya Banerjee ... that in 1953, Satyapriya Banerjee, the sole national parliamentarian of the All India Forward Bloc, was expelled from his party?
429 October 27, 2013
Arbeiter-Zeitung (Timişoara) ... that whilst there were no Romanian-language socialist dailies in Romania in the late 1920s, the Banat Socialist Party published a German-language daily?
430 October 27, 2013
Banat Socialist Party ibid
431 November 1, 2013
Free Socialist Party/Marxist-Leninists ... that the leader of the Free Socialist Party/Marxist-Leninists was a refugee from East Germany?
432 November 2, 2013
Lal Communist Party Hind Union ... that after the dissolution of the Lal Communist Party, some of its former members became sadhus?
433 November 4, 2013
Labour Gathering Party ... that followers of the Communist Party of the Argentine Region would describe followers of the official Communist Party as "radishes"?
434 November 5, 2013
Y. Radhakrishnamurthy ... that Y. Radhakrishnamurthy filed his nomination for the 1977 parliamentary election in India whilst being jailed?
435 November 7, 2013
Nyari Welly ... that Nyari Welly was the first woman elected to the Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly?
436 November 8, 2013
Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 1978 ... that no women were elected in the 1978 Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly election?
437 November 9, 2013
Nanasaheb Purohit ... that in 1948, the socialist leader Nanasaheb Purohit organized a people's army to capture the Janjira state and proclaimed himself Prime Minister?
438 November 10, 2013
Krausirpi ... that Moravian missionaries reached the remote village of Krausirpi in 1967?
439 November 11, 2013
Uttar Pradesh Revolutionary Socialist Party ... that in 1951 the Revolutionary Socialist Party expelled its entire Uttar Pradesh branch?
440 November 12, 2013
Long Live the Victory of Mao Zedong Thought (Shenyang) ... that the Shenyang Chairman Mao statue (pictured) is one of the largest remaining Cultural Revolution-era monuments in China? Mao Zedong Statue in North China.jpg
441 November 12, 2013
Sozialistische Arbeiter-Zeitung ... that the young Willy Brandt wrote for Sozialistische Arbeiter-Zeitung?
442 November 14, 2013
Das Volksrecht (Offenbach am Main) ... that the Indian revolutionary M.N. Roy wrote under a pseudonym for the German newspaper Das Volksrecht?
443 November 15, 2013
Bakin Pertin ... that Bakin Pertin was the first Lok Sabha member elected from Arunachal East?
444 November 17, 2013
Schlesische Arbeiter-Zeitung ... that Bernhard Schottländer, the editor of the Schlesische Arbeiter-Zeitung, was killed during the 1920 Kapp Putsch?
445 November 17, 2013
Bernhard Schottländer ibid
446 November 18, 2013
PEPSU Legislative Assembly ... that the President of India dissolved the PEPSU Legislative Assembly in 1953?
447 November 19, 2013
Young Communist League of Germany (Opposition) ... that the Young Communist League (Opposition) organized underground resistance activities in Nazi Germany?
448 November 20, 2013
League of West German Communists ... that the League of West German Communists was the first West German left-wing group to dissolve itself and join the Party of Democratic Socialism?
449 November 22, 2013
Coorg Legislative Assembly election, 1952 ... that following the 1952 Coorg Legislative Assembly election, the victorious C.M. Poonacha formed a two-member cabinet?
450 November 24, 2013
Bandera Roja (La Paz) ... that in 1926, the Bolivian government arrested two editors of Bandera Roja, following an article about a massacre of mine workers?
451 November 26, 2013
Ranbir (newspaper) ... that Ranbir was the first daily newspaper in Jammu and Kashmir?
452 November 26, 2013
The Vigilant ... that the Sudanese newspaper Vigilant was banned for six months in 1965–66 for reporting on massacres in Juba and Wau?
453 December 1, 2013
Pondicherry legislative assembly election, 1964 ... that the 1964 Pondicherry legislative assembly election marked the end of the hegemony of Edouard Goubert in the political life of the Union Territory?
454 December 2, 2013
Deutsche Volkszeitung (1945) ... that in the summer of 1945, Deutsche Volkszeitung accused Siemens of having produced and installed the gas chambers at Auschwitz?
455 December 4, 2013
Saar (protectorate)
Sozialistischer Schutzbund (Saar) ... that Heinz Kühn (Minister-President of North Rhine-Westphalia) had led a socialist paramilitary youth group in the Saar territory in the 1930s?
456 December 6, 2013
Das Volk (1945) ... that by January 1946 Das Volk, the second working class newspaper to be published in Berlin after World War II, had a circulation of a quarter million?
457 December 6, 2013
The North Queensland Guardian ... that unlike other Communist Party of Australia publications, The North Queensland Guardian carried commercial advertisements?
458 December 7, 2013
South Sudan
Abdallah Deng Nhial ... that Abdallah Deng Nhial has served as cabinet minister in both Sudan and South Sudan?
459 December 12, 2013
Soviet Union
Sholaye-e Inquilab ... that Sholaye-e Inquilab ("Flame of the Revolution") was the first Tajik Persian newspaper founded in Soviet Turkestan?
460 December 14, 2013
Russian Empire
Al-Tilmiz ... that in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution of 1905, the Arabic weekly al-Tilmiz was the most important journal for North Caucasian intellectuals?
461 December 18, 2013
Hyderabad Legislative Assembly election, 1952 ... that in the 1952 Hyderabad State Assembly election, the communist People's Democratic Front won all seats from the Nalgonda district?
462 December 20, 2013
United States
Di Tsayt (New York) ... that Golda Meir sold shares for the New York newspaper Di Tsayt?
463 December 22, 2013
Shanta Vasisht ... that the Indian parliamentarian Shanta Vasisht had been a Kappa Alpha Theta scholarship recipient?
464 December 22, 2013
Freies Volk ... that after the ban on the Communist Party of Germany in 1956, its main organ Freies Volk continued to be published illegally?
465 December 22, 2013
Bowen state by-election, 1936 ... that the Communist Party of Australia candidate Fred Paterson won almost 25% of the votes in the 1936 by-election in Bowen, Queensland?
466 January 5, 2014
Sri Lanka
V. Ponnambalam ... that the Tamil Communist Party leader V. Ponnambalam later regretted having contested the 1975 Kankesanthurai by-election?
467 January 5, 2014
Sri Lanka
Kankesanthurai Electoral District by-election, 1975 ibid.
468 January 9, 2014
Dr. Nath (Yebaw Tun Maung) ... that the principal of the Communist Party of Burma Medical School, Yebaw Tun Maung, was killed in an army attack in 1968?
469 January 10, 2014
Socialist Party of Honduras ... that the bulk of the founders of the Socialist Party of Honduras had been members of the Christian Democratic Party?
470 January 12, 2014
United States
Fur Workers Industrial Union ... that in 1927 the Ben Gold-led Fur Workers Industrial Union was founded by New York locals expelled from the AFL-affiliated union?
471 January 27, 2014
Havaner lebn ... that Havaner lebn was the first lasting commercial Jewish newspaper in Cuba?
472 January 27, 2014
Aníbal Delgado Fiallos ... that while political analyst Aníbal Delgado Fiallos had been a staunch critic of Honduran president Manuel Zelaya's constitutional reform, he took part in the protests against Zelaya's ouster?
473 January 29, 2014
Verdad (1950) ... that in 1951 the director of the Uruguayan communist daily Verdad was demoted by the party leadership?
474 January 31, 2014
Enrique Bernales Ballesteros ... that in 1987 the Peruvian senator Enrique Bernales Ballesteros was appointed as the first United Nations special rapporteur on mercenaries?
475 February 1, 2014
Honduran Patriotic Front ... that the Honduran Patriotic Front, an alliance formed ahead of the 1980s elections, called for an electoral boycott in protest against perceived fraud?
475 February 2, 2014
Óscar Felipe Ventura ... that Peruvian teachers' union leader and former Member of Parliament Óscar Felipe Ventura is a noted saxophone player?
476 February 2, 2014
Jorge del Prado ... that Peruvian politician Jorge del Prado was awarded orders and medals of Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany and the Soviet Union?
477 February 3, 2014
Radio Mil Diez ... that at an early stage in her singing career Celia Cruz was part of the orchestra of the communist Radio Mil Diez?
478 February 5, 2014
Per Catalunya! ... that Catalan refugees in Cuba founded the publication Per Catalunya! in 1942?
479 February 13, 2014
Eriberto Arroyo Mío ... that Peruvian leftist parliamentarian Eriberto Arroyo Mío was assassinated whilst driving his son to school?
480 February 17, 2014
Khan Shakir Ali Khan ... that communist legislator Khan Shakir Ali Khan warned of the risks of the Union Carbide plant, years before the 1984 Bhopal disaster?
481 February 17, 2014
Burevestnik (Petrograd, 1917) ... that the anarchist newspaper Burevestnik, published in Petrograd in 1917–8, encouraged the homeless and poor to appropriate homes for themselves?
482 February 17, 2014
Burevestnik (1906) ... that the name of the anarchist newspaper Burevestnik, published in Paris in 1906, was inspired by Maxim Gorky's poem Song of the Stormy Petrel?
483 February 17, 2014
Jorge Torres Vallejo ... that Peruvian politician Jorge Torres Vallejo was awarded the San Martín Order by the government of Argentina?
484 February 19, 2014
Javier Silva Ruete ... that when Javier Silva Ruete was appointed Minister of Agriculture in the First Presidency of Fernando Belaúnde, he was the youngest person having occupied that post?
485 February 23, 2014
Gunnar Öhman ... that in the 1929 split in the Swedish Communist Party, the brothers Oscar and Gunnar Öhman found themselves on opposite sides?
486 February 23, 2014
Keshab Prasad Badal ... that former Minister of Industries Keshab Prasad Badal was a leader of the Proletarian Revolutionary Organisation, Nepal in the 1970s?
487 February 27, 2014
Axel Jansson (1916) ... that parliamentarian Axel Jansson was removed from the Swedish Communist Party executive at the 1967 party congress?
488 March 10, 2014
Unity for Socialism ... that Northern Irish ex-MP Bernadette Devlin and Peruvian MP Hugo Blanco took part in the 1980 election campaign of the Catalan Unity for Socialism?
489 March 12, 2014
Seydou Cissokho ... that Senegalese communist leader Seydou Cissokho died in Moscow while visiting the 1986 congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union?
490 March 13, 2014
Kamgar Kisan Paksha ... that when the Kamgar Kisan Paksha was split on the issue of its relationship to the Communist Party of India, its two elected representatives led opposite factions?
491 March 13, 2014
S.K. Limaye ... that in 1942, S.K. Limaye was expelled from the Communist Party of India for having refused to support the British war effort?
492 March 18, 2014
Al-Malayin ... that al-Malayin was the first Egyptian communist newspaper that dedicated space for sports and culture?
493 March 21, 2014
All People's Party (Assam) ... that the founding conference of the All People's Party in Assam unanimously elected the Muslim League leader Muhammed Saadulah as the chairman of their party?
494 April 10, 2014
Nurul Huda (CPI(M) politician) ... that communist leader Nurul Huda entered the parliament of India following a 1974 by-election?
495 April 13, 2014
Uttar Pradesh Praja Party ... that whilst the 1951 founding conference of the Uttar Pradesh Praja Party targeted getting 2.5 million members, it won just two seats in that year's Legislative Assembly election?
496 April 20, 2014
Meghraj Tawar ... that Meghraj Tawar has contested every Lok Sabha election for the past three decades?
497 April 20, 2014
Saurashtra Khedut Sangh ... that whilst the Khedut Sangh was the second-largest political force in the 1951 elections in Saurashtra State, it lacked prominent leaders?
498 April 22, 2014
Jammu and Kashmir Awami League ... that both the chairman and the senior vice chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir Awami League were killed in 2003?
499 April 23, 2014
List of Communist Party of India (Marxist) candidates in the Indian general election, 2014 ... that the actor Innocent is one of the candidates of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in this year's parliamentary election (election rally pictured)? North Chennai CPI(M) Election Campaign.jpg
500 April 24, 2014
Muslim League (Opposition) ... that differences on the issue of Muslim personal law led to a split between the All India Muslim League and the Communist Party of India (Marxist)?
501 April 24, 2014
Soviet Union
Komfarband of Bielorussia and Lithuania ... that whilst the Communist Party of the Soviet Union opposed the setting up of an independent Jewish party organization, an autonomous Jewish Communist Party was founded in Bielorussia?
502 April 24, 2014
Railway Workers Union (Iraq) ... that the Iraqi Railway Workers Union was banned in the midst of a 1945 strike?
503 April 24, 2014
Harijan Mandal ... that the Praja Socialist Party, the Ambedkarite Harijan Mandal and the Akali Dal formed an alliance ahead of the 1962 Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly election?
504 April 29, 2014
A.V. Thamarakshan ... that the Revolutionary Socialist Party (Bolshevik) leader A.V. Thamarakshan is supported by the BJP in this year's parliamentary poll?
505 April 30, 2014
List of All India Forward Bloc candidates in the Indian general election, 2014 ... that former IAS cadre Pancham Lal is one of the candidates of the All India Forward Bloc in the 2014 election?
506 April 30, 2014
Pancham Lal ... ibid
507 May 3, 2014
G. Nagesh ... was one of the youngest candidates to be elected to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1994?
508 May 3, 2014
Al-Qaidah (newspaper) ... that although it was banned at the time, the communist newspaper al-Qaidah was probably one of the most read publications in Iraq in 1947?
509 May 6, 2014
Israeli Communist Opposition ... that in 1975, the former general secretary of the Israeli Communist Party, Shmuel Mikunis, joined the dissident Israeli Communist Opposition?
510 May 7, 2014
Gird by-election, 1972 ... that in the 1972 by-election to the Gird seat in the Madhya Pradesh assembly, Vijaya Raje Scindia's candidate was defeated by the communist Balkrishna Sharma?
511 May 7, 2014
Drupad Borgohain ... that Assam state communist leader Drupad Borgohain was born on the anniversary of the October Revolution?
512 May 20, 2014
Bhan Singh Bhaura ... that communist parliamentarian Bhan Singh Bhaura survived the crash of Indian Airlines Flight 440?
513 May 26, 2014
P.B.M. Basaiawmoit‎ ... that Indian reverend P.B.M. Basaiawmoit‎ led campaigns against uranium mining in Meghalaya?
514 May 30, 2014
Tsering Samphel‎ ... that Tsering Samphel, a Congress Party candidate in the 2014 Indian general election, is a past president of the Ladakh Buddhist Association?
515 May 31, 2014
Indonesian communist exiles in Tirana ... that Albania became one of the main hubs for exiled Indonesian communists following the mass killings of 1965–66?
516 June 2, 2014
James Lowangcha Wanglat ... that Lowangcha Wanglat, BJP candidate in the 2014 Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, is from the Namsang-Borduria royal family?
517 June 3, 2014
Tammineni Veerabhadram ... that T. Veerabhadram was the Communist Party of India (Marxist) candidate with the most votes outside Kerala and West Bengal in the 1998 Indian general election?
518 June 3, 2014
Purnendu Dastidar ... that Purnendu Dastidar was elected to the East Pakistan Legislative Assembly in 1954 while in jail?
519 June 5, 2014
Anti-Zionist League in Iraq ... that after it was banned, members of the Iraqi Anti-Zionist League were arrested and charged with the crime of Zionism?
520 June 8, 2014
Gopal Kalan Tandel ... that Gopal Kalan Tandel defeated Narayan Fugro in the first Lok Sabha election for the Daman and Diu seat?
521 June 8, 2014
Narayan Fugro ibid
522 June 10, 2014
Djawoto ... that in 1966 Indonesian ambassador Djawoto was granted political asylum in China, following the mass killings of 1965–66?
523 June 14, 2014
Abdul Sattar Ranjoor‎ ... that Kashmiri politician and poet Abdul Sattar Ranjoor‎ was assassinated by militants when he was 73?
524 June 14, 2014
Abdul Ghafar Lakanwal ... that in 1988 Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Abdul Ghafar Lakanwal defected to the United States?
525 June 16, 2014
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Labour Spokesman ... that the newspaper Labour Spokesman shares its building with the Saint Kitts and Nevis Labour Party and the Trades and Labour Union?
526 June 16, 2014
Antigua and Barbuda
Outlet (Antigua newspaper) ... that the offices of the Antigua and Barbuda newspaper Outlet were torched in 1998, following the publication of an article on a secret arms deal?
527 June 16, 2014
Commonwealth Trade Union Group ... that the Canadian Labour Congress president Dennis McDermott was the founding chairman of the Commonwealth Trade Union Council?
528 June 17, 2014
Amar Nath Yadav ... that Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation candidate Amar Nath Yadav mustered a quarter million votes in the Siwan seat in the 1999 election?
529 June 19, 2014
T. J. Chandrachoodan ... that T. J. Chandrachoodan is the third Keralite to head the Revolutionary Socialist Party?
530 June 19, 2014
Unió Sindical d'Andorra ... that the leader of the Trade Union of Andorra has likened the labour rights situation in the country to that of a dictatorship?
531 June 19, 2014
R. S. Unni ... that the Deputy Speaker of the Kerala Legislative Assembly, R. S. Unni, held positions in over 20 trade unions?
532 June 22, 2014
V.P. Ramakrishna Pillai ... ... that Revolutionary Socialist Party leader V. P. Ramakrishna Pillai served as Minister of Labour in Kerala between 1998 and 2001?
533 June 25, 2014
Radhakanta Sethy ... that in 1991 the lone Communist Party of India (Marxist) member in the Orissa Legislative Assembly, Radhakanta Sethy, left the party?
534 June 26, 2014
Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party ... that the Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party has favoured the creation of a Purvanchal state?
535 June 26, 2014
Golos Armenii ... that the Soviet Armenian newspaper Kommunist became the opposition newspaper Golos Armenii in the 1990s?
536 June 26, 2014
Thakur Ganpat Singh ... that Thakur Ganpat Singh was re-elected to the Ajmer Legislative Assembly with an increased margin, after his election had been declared void in 1953?
537 June 27, 2014
L.B.G. Rao ... that the Indian communist politician L.B.G. Rao led guerrilla squads during the Telangana armed struggle?
538 June 28, 2014
Left and Secular Alliance ... that the Left and Secular Alliance and BJP opposed each other in the 2014 Indian general election, but later sent a joint delegation to lodge a complaint with the Election Commission?
539 June 28, 2014
Rungsung Suisa ... that in 1966, parliamentarian Rungsung Suisa proposed confederation as a solution to the Indo–Naga conflict?
540 June 30, 2014
Swami Kumaranand ... that in 1921, Maulana Hasrat Mohani and Swami Kumaranand tabled the first motion to call for full Independence in the All India Congress Committee?
541 July 1, 2014
Uddaraju Ramam ... that communist leader U. Ramam tried to regain the Narsapuram constituency five times, after having won it in 1957?
542 July 1, 2014
El-Buss refugee camp ... that the El-Buss Palestinian refugee camp was originally set up for Armenian refugees arriving in Lebanon?
543 July 20, 2014
J. Mohammed Imam ... that Muslim League politician J. M. Imam was awarded the title Mushir ul-Mulk ("Advisor of the Kingdom") by the Maharaja of Mysore in 1945?
544 July 23, 2014
Valentino Pittoni ... that in 1920 socialist politician Valentino Pittoni (pictured) argued that the Italian city of Trieste should become a state in the Austrian republic?
545 August 4, 2014
Tripura local elections, 2014 ... that 50% of the seats in the 2014 Tripura local body elections were reserved for women?
546 August 9, 2014
Socialist Workers Party of Romania ... that in the midst of the 1929 financial crisis, the Socialist Workers Party of Romania argued that the time was ripe for revolution?
547 August 25, 2014
Nigerien Action Bloc ... that the Nigerien Action Bloc won the mayoral post of Zinder in 1956?
548 August 25, 2014
Mauritanian National Union ... that leaders of the pro-Mali Federation Mauritanian National Union were released from jail once the Federation fell apart?
549 August 26, 2014
Gabonese National Unity Party ... that the radical PUNGA party was the sole force in Gabon that called for a "No" vote in the 1958 French constitutional referendum?
550 September 14, 2014
Der Funke ... that the newspaper Der Funke published an appeal signed by Albert Einstein, calling for unity against Adolf Hitler in the July 1932 elections in Germany?
551 September 18, 2014
Volkswacht (Danzig) ... that the social democratic newspaper Volkswacht was placed under preventive censorship during World War I?
552 September 25, 2014
Hermann Suhrau ... that the Memel communist labour leader Hermann Suhrau later became a Nazi Party member?
553 November 27, 2014
Fashizmi ... that during the beginning of the Italian occupation of Albania, Fashizmi was the sole daily newspaper published in the country?
554 January 6, 2015
Malayang Pagkakaisa ng Kabataan Pilipino ... that leaders of the Filipino communist youth movement Malayang Pagkakaisa ng Kabataan Pilipino were offered amnesty under a presidential decree in 1974?
555 January 8, 2015
Progressive All-Student Unionist Camp ... that in December 1979 the Progressive All-Student Unionist Camp mobilized students to occupy Greek universities?
556 January 22, 2015
Beirut II (1960) ... that the Beirut II parliamentary constituency functioned as a "buffer zone" between the Muslim and Christian parts of the city?
557 January 23, 2015
Beirut II ... that the Beirut II parliamentary constituency has the highest percentage of Armenian voters in Lebanon?
558 January 29, 2015
Wimpy Operation ... that the 1982 Wimpy Operation marked the start of armed resistance against Israeli troops in Beirut?
559 February 4, 2015
Minorities (Lebanon) ... that six different sects share one parliamentary seat in Lebanon?
560 February 9, 2015
60th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide commemorations in Beirut ... that during a lull in fighting in the Lebanese Civil War, some 100,000 people gathered in Beirut to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide?
561 February 27, 2015
Beirut I ... that when the Beirut I electoral district was formed in 2008, it was the first Christian-majority electoral district in the city since 1972?
562 March 13, 2015
Semmelwrap ... that the launching of the semmelwrap became a viral success on Swedish social media?
563 March 13, 2015
Bint Jbeil electoral district ... that Hezbollah candidate Hassan Fadlallah was elected from the Bint Jbeil district in 2009 with over 94% of the cast votes?
564 March 20, 2015
Joseph Chader ... that in 1958 Joseph Chader became the first Armenian government minister in Lebanon?
565 March 21, 2015
Beirut V – Minet El Hosn electoral district ... that Beirut V – Minet El Hosn electoral district was a single-member constituency used only in the 1953 Lebanese general election?
566 April 18, 2015
Beirut III ... that Beirut III has the largest number of Sunni Muslim voters of all electoral districts in Lebanon?

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  1. Bhaskar Tukaram Auti
  2. ‎Bourj Hammoud electoral district
  3. 60th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide commemorations in Beirut
  4. Beirut I (1960)
  5. Beirut V – Minet El Hosn electoral district
  6. Chafic Nassif
  7. Asmar Asmar
  8. Fakhr Fakhr
  9. All India Federation of Anganwadi Workers and Helpers
  10. Aish as-Saraya
  11. Joseph Chader
  12. Semmelwrap
  13. Beirut I
  14. Beirut III
  15. Bint Jbeil electoral district
  16. Abdallah Ishak
  17. Minorities (Lebanon)
  18. Wimpy Operation
  19. ‎Haratch (Beirut weekly)
  20. Pagramian Sports Club
  21. ‎League of Armenian Social Democrats
  22. ‎Lraber (1908)
  23. ‎Gantch
  24. Farid Jubran
  25. Beirut II (1960)
  26. Beirut II
  27. Kommunistische Montags-Zeitung
  28. ‎Malayang Pagkakaisa ng Kabataan Pilipino
  29. Bhinai by-election, 1953
  30. Communist Party of Greece/Marxist–Leninist
  31. Progressive All-Student Unionist Camp
  32. Shqypeja e Shqypenis
  33. Rudý večerník
  34. ‎Demokratia (1925)
  35. ‎Këmisha e zezë
  36. Korça fashiste
  37. ‎Liktori
  38. Zëri i Popullit (1912)
  39. Fashizmi
  40. ‎Organisation for Democracy and Labour
  41. Party of Independence, Labour and Justice
  42. Independent Party of Burkina
  43. ‎Republican Front (Burkina Faso)
  44. Gabriel Denwang Wangsu
  45. National Call Party
  46. Karl Buchwald
  47. Memeler Volksstimme
  48. Hermann Suhrau
  49. Der Funke
  50. Volkswacht (Danzig)
  51. Sozialistische Einheit (Berlin)
  52. Volkswacht am Bodensee
  53. Union of Working People's Forces
  54. Nigerien Progressive Union
  55. Socialist Union of Mauritanian Muslims
  56. Mauritanian National Union
  57. Nigerien Action Bloc
  58. Gabonese National Unity Party
  59. Proletarul (1892)
  60. ‎Proletarul (1928)
  61. Socialist Workers Party of Romania
  62. ‎L'Echo français
  63. ‎La Bataille syndicaliste
  64. ‎Agence des Balkans et d'Orient
  65. ‎French POW publications of World War I
  66. ‎Tripura local elections, 2014
  67. Zohra (film)
  68. Baalbeck Studios
  69. Arbeter Zeitung (Kaunas)
  70. ‎Liboyer folksblat
  71. Frontul Plugarilor (newspaper)
  72. ‎Valentino Pittoni
  73. ‎Latvijas Avīze (1919)
  74. ‎Liepājas Arodnieks
  75. Arodnieks (1920)
  76. ‎La nouvelle internationale
  77. ‎The Australian Communist
  78. ‎Regional Cooperative Federation of Catalonia
  79. ‎Der Proletarier (1919)
  80. ‎Der Proletarier (1853)
  81. ‎El-Buss refugee camp
  82. ‎Der Feldarbeiter
  83. ‎Fényszóró
  84. ‎Világszabadság
  85. ‎Weltfreiheit
  86. ‎Magyarországi Bőripari Munkások Szövetsége
  87. ‎Rungsung Suisa
  88. ‎Uddaraju Ramam
  89. ‎J. Mohammed Imam
  90. ‎Murshidabad by-election, 1972
  91. Chowdhury Abu Taleb
  92. Deutsche Adria-Zeitung
  93. ‎Gegen Engeland (Brest newspaper)
  94. ‎Radhakanta Sethy
  95. Ekta Manch
  96. ‎Desiya Forward Bloc
  97. ‎Rajbhar
  98. Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party
  99. Ambedkarite Party of India
  100. ‎Communist Labour Party (Colombia)
  101. ‎Burugupudi by-election, 1955
  102. ‎Sarvepalli by-election, 1955
  103. Duggirala by-election, 1954
  104. L.B.G. Rao
  105. ‎A. Rami Reddi
  106. ‎Kerala Janatha
  107. Kerala Samyukta Socialist Party
  108. Labour Spokesman
  109. ‎Opron Star
  110. ‎Golos Armenii
  111. ‎Outlet (Antigua newspaper)
  112. ‎Unió Sindical d'Andorra
  113. Abdul Ghafar Lakanwal
  114. ‎Commonwealth Trade Union Group
  115. ‎Brij Mohan Lal Sharma
  116. ‎Ajmer - V (Naya Bazar) Assembly Constituency
  117. ‎Swami Kumaranand
  118. Chiman Singh Lodha
  119. ‎Chiman Singh Bhati
  120. ‎Thakur Ganpat Singh
  121. R.S. Unni
  122. ‎V.P. Ramakrishna Pillai
  123. ‎Hua Chi Pao
  124. Joice George
  125. Jai Bharat Samanta Party
  126. G. K. C. Reddy
  127. Deena Nath Singh Yadav
  128. S. Tahsin
  129. ‎Bintang Timur
  130. Djawoto
  131. ‎Indonesian communist exiles in Tirana
  132. ‎Tammineni Veerabhadram
  133. Paul Lyngdoh
  134. P.B.M. Basaiawmoit
  135. ‎Rashtriya Janasachetan Party
  136. Manoj Kumar Singh
  137. ‎Amar Nath Yadav
  138. ‎Jai Prakash Janata Dal
  139. ‎Bharat Vikas Morcha
  140. ‎James Lowangcha Wanglat
  141. Soso Lorho
  142. Left and Secular Alliance
  143. ‎Chungkhokai Doungel
  144. Wangman Lowangcha
  145. Subu Kechi
  146. Bhan Singh Bhaura
  147. Dola Sen
  148. ‎Indrani Mishra
  149. Uday Narayan Choudhary
  150. ‎Brahmadev Anand Paswan
  151. K.P. Ramaiah
  152. ‎Ketan Dahyabhai Patel
  153. ‎Sreerupa Mitra Chaudhury
  154. ‎Mahajana Socialist Party
  155. Narayan Fugro
  156. ‎Daman and Diu by-election, 1987
  157. ‎Gopal Kalan Tandel
  158. ‎Majdoor
  159. ‎Tsering Samphel
  160. Abdul Sattar Ranjoor
  161. ‎Abdul Rehman Tukroo
  162. ‎List of Revolutionary Socialist Party candidates in the Indian general election, 2014
  163. ‎Mama Natung
  164. ‎Phurpa Tsering
  165. ‎Himachal Swabhiman Party
  166. ‎Dinesh Parmar
  167. ‎Bahujan Mukti Party
  168. Jalley Sonam
  169. ‎G. Nagesh
  170. ‎Yiddisher Arbeter Sport Klub (Antwerp)
  171. ‎Kunja Bojji
  172. Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Red Star
  173. Der shtern (Kharkov)
  174. Dar al-Hikma (Iraqi publishing house)
  175. Der Roiter Emes
  176. ‎Der komunistisher veg
  177. Stalindorfer emes
  178. Der royter shtern (Vitebsk)
  179. ‎Lithuanian and Belorussian Constitutional Catholic Party
  180. ‎Israeli Communist Opposition
  181. ‎Włocławker Sztyme
  182. ‎Chełmer Sztyme
  183. Komunistishe shtime
  184. Der yidisher komunist
  185. Profbavegung
  186. Komfarband of Bielorussia and Lithuania
  187. Muslim League (Opposition)
  188. ‎Deokinandan Singh (CPI politician)
  189. Maheshdutta Chandragopal Mishra
  190. ‎Mahesh Dutta Mishra (Gird politician)
  191. Balkrishna Sharma (CPI politician)
  192. ‎Gird by-election, 1972
  193. ‎Shahdun Nisha
  194. Gum Tayeng
  195. Jammu and Kashmir Awami League
  196. Harijan Mandal
  197. Al-Qaidah (newspaper)
  198. A free homeland and a happy people
  199. ‎Krikor Badrossian
  200. ‎Anti-Zionist League in Iraq
  201. ‎Railway Workers Union (Iraq)
  202. Utkal Bharat
  203. C. Seetaramulu
  204. Left United Front
  205. Waqt ki Awaz (newspaper)
  206. ‎Aparajita Goppi
  207. Uttar Pradesh Praja Party
  208. Käfär-Wedem
  209. Nurul Huda (CPI(M) politician)
  210. Meghraj Tawar
  211. Drupad Borgohain
  212. Ramdeo Verma
  213. Saurashtra Khedut Sangh
  214. Travancore Cochin Republican Praja Party
  215. ‎Tamil Nadu People Front
  216. Cochin Party
  217. Tamil Nadu Communist Party
  218. Hemmat (newspaper)
  219. A.V. Thamarakshan
  220. Young Communist League of Persia
  221. Seydou Cissokho
  222. Pancham Lal
  223. ‎List of All India Forward Bloc candidates in the Indian general election, 2014
  224. ‎Kalimuddin Shams
  225. List of Left Democratic Front candidates in the Indian general election, 2014
  226. Bharatiya Rashtravadi Paksha
  227. ‎List of Communist Party of India (Marxist) candidates in the Indian general election, 2014
  228. ‎List of Left Front candidates in the Indian general election, 2014
  229. ‎North East Social Democratic Party
  230. ‎Al-Malayin
  231. Pulin De
  232. ‎Purnendu Dastidar
  233. ‎S.K. Limaye
  234. ‎Kamgar Kisan Paksha
  235. Kisan Janata Sanyukta Party
  236. All People's Party (Assam)
  237. ‎Acció
  238. ‎Liberal Progressive Party
  239. Israel Shtime
  240. Unity for Socialism
  241. Juventud Comunista (newspaper)
  242. Oscar Öhman
  243. ‎Gunnar Öhman
  244. ‎Carsten Thunborg
  245. Axel Jansson (1916)
  246. Keshab Prasad Badal
  247. ‎Khan Shakir Ali Khan
  248. Jorge Torres Vallejo
  249. Javier Silva Ruete
  250. Jorge del Prado Chávez
  251. ‎Alberto Carrillo Armenta
  252. Enrique Bernales Ballesteros
  253. ‎Eriberto Arroyo Mío
  254. ‎Óscar Felipe Ventura
  255. ‎La Voz de Chincha
  256. ‎Folksblat (Montevideo)
  257. Havaner lebn
  258. Radio Mil Diez
  259. ‎Per Catalunya!
  260. ‎Alkartu (Mexico)
  261. Verdad (1950)
  262. ‎Mrinal Das
  263. ‎Nebula (1935)
  264. ‎Burevestnik (1920)
  265. Burevestnik (1921)
  266. Burevestnik (1906)
  267. Burevestnik (Tiflis, 1917)
  268. Burevestnik (Minsk, 1917)
  269. ‎Burevestnik (Petrograd, 1917)
  270. International Group (Riga)
  271. ‎Fur Workers Industrial Union
  272. ‎The Fur Worker
  273. ‎The Iowa Jewish News
  274. Jewish Bakers' Voice
  275. ‎Yōen jihō
  276. Wisconsin Vorwärts
  277. Kankesanthurai Electoral District by-election, 1975
  278. ‎V. Ponnambalam
  279. Dr. Nath (Yebaw Tun Maung)
  280. Aníbal Delgado Fiallos
  281. ‎Honduran Patriotic Front
  282. ‎Socialist Party of Honduras
  283. José Antonio Cruz Oliva
  284. Movement for Socialism (Honduras)
  285. ‎Comando Revolucionario Social Cristiano
  286. Vilnis (1920)
  287. Haitian Socialist Party (1946)
  288. Riek Gai Kok
  289. ‎Yudhvir Singh
  290. Daljit Singh (Delhi politician)
  291. ‎Khushaleshwar Prasad Shankara
  292. Shanta Vasisht
  293. Delhi Legislative Assembly election, 1952
  294. ‎Socialist Democratic Party (India)
  295. Syed Hassan Abidi
  296. ‎Kashinath Rao Vaidya
  297. United Scheduled Castes Federation
  298. Hyderabad Legislative Assembly election, 1952
  299. Ajmer Legislative Assembly election, 1952
  300. Pursharathi Panchayat
  301. ‎Di Tsayt (New York)
  302. Al-Tilmiz
  303. ‎Sholaye-e Inquilab
  304. The North Queensland Guardian
  305. Bowen state by-election, 1936
  306. Sozialistischer Schutzbund (Germany)
  307. ‎Sozialistischer Schutzbund (Saar)
  308. Deutsche Volkszeitung (1945)
  309. ‎Echo des Ostens
  310. ‎United Socialist Party of Korea
  311. Freies Volk
  312. ‎Abdallah Deng Nhial
  313. Pondicherry legislative assembly election, 1964
  314. The Vigilant
  315. ‎Nile Pilot
  316. ‎Advance (newspaper)
  317. ‎Akhbar ul-Usbu'a (1966)
  318. ‎Madina (Bijnor)
  319. ‎Majdur (Kanpur)
  320. ‎Tilanjali (novel)
  321. ‎Diário de Noite
  322. Ranbir (newspaper)
  323. Das freie Volk
  324. ‎Bernhard Schottländer
  325. Das Volksrecht (Offenbach am Main)
  326. ‎Sozialistische Arbeiter-Zeitung
  327. Arbeiterpost (Gleiwitz)
  328. Schlesische Arbeiter-Zeitung
  329. La Juventud Imparcial
  330. ‎El Eco Obrero (Sucre, 1887)
  331. El Eco Obrero (Sucre, 1916)
  332. ‎La Humanidad
  333. ‎Bandera Roja (Tupiza)
  334. Bandera Roja (La Paz)
  335. El Comunista (Antofagasta)
  336. ‎Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 1980
  337. ‎Long Live the Victory of Mao Tse-Tung Thought (Shenyang)
  338. ‎Krausirpi
  339. ‎Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, 1978
  340. Sibo Kai
  341. ‎Nyari Welly
  342. ‎Bakin Pertin
  343. ‎Y. Radhakrishnamurthy
  344. Labour Gathering Party
  345. ‎Marxist Workers Bloc of Mexico
  346. ‎Young Communist League of Germany (Opposition)
  347. Free Socialist Party of Burundi
  348. ‎Free Socialist Party/Marxist-Leninists
  349. ‎League of West German Communists
  350. Badisches Volksecho
  351. ‎Bayerisches Volksecho
  352. La Russie opprimée
  353. Buddhist Republican Party
  354. Sita Subedi
  355. ‎Parbati Rai (politician)
  356. ‎Akhanda Nepal Party
  357. Nepal Samajbadi Party (Lohiyabadi)
  358. ‎Nepal Labour Party
  359. Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist–Leninist–Maoist) Samyabadi
  360. ‎Om Sena Nepal
  361. Punjab Legislative Council (Abolition) Act, 1969
  362. K.S. Vasan
  363. ‎PEPSU Legislative Assembly
  364. ‎Lal Communist Party Hind Union
  365. ‎Coorg Legislative Assembly election, 1952
  366. Somali name
  367. ‎Kladivo
  368. Satyapriya Banerjee
  369. Samyavadi Sangstha
  370. Uttar Pradesh Revolutionary Socialist Party
  371. ‎Nanasaheb Purohit
  372. ‎Sourp Asdvadzadzin (Sarnaq)
  373. Tates, mames, kinderlekh
  374. Sector Kanda
  375. GDR Union of Journalists
  376. En marcha (Santa Cruz de Tenerife)
  377. Antorcha (Las Palmas)
  378. ‎Euskadi Roja
  379. El Socialista Manchego
  380. Le nouveau socialiste
  381. Trabajo
  382. Swedish Workers Union
  383. Christian Workers Union of Sweden (1898)
  384. Christian Workers Union of Sweden (1899)
  385. Abdullahi Yousuf
  386. El Caribe
  387. El Anunciador de Cortés
  388. ‎Azul y Blanco (Matagalpa weekly)
  389. ‎Azul y Blanco (1914)
  390. ‎Azul y Blanco (1946)
  391. ‎Azul y Blanco (1935)
  392. ‎Alamat Langkapuri
  393. Singai Nesan
  394. Sarvajana Nesan
  395. ‎Muslim Nesan
  396. Chetana (Surat)
  397. Swatantra Nepali
  398. Social Democratic Party of Transylvania and Banat
  399. Vorwärts (Cernăuți)
  400. ‎Banater Arbeiter-Presse
  401. Arbeiter-Zeitung (Timişoara)
  402. Banat Socialist Party
  403. ‎Chilekommittén
  404. Young Communist League of Poland
  405. ‎Malayan People's Liberation Front
  406. Folks-Ligue
  407. ‎Kubaner Idish Wort
  408. ‎Forois
  409. Margarita Dabdoub Sikaffi
  410. ‎Jorge Elvir
  411. ‎David Jacob Cohen
  412. ‎Telar Ring Deng
  413. Juan Pablo Wainwright
  414. List of chief ministers from Communist Party of India (Marxist)
  415. Helmer Molander
  416. Knut Olsson
  417. Skinnar Per Andersson
  418. ‎Rudaki Avenue
  419. Spanish Democratic Socialist Party
  420. Swedish National Socialist Unity Party
  421. New Swedish People's League
  422. ‎Centre Party (Sweden, 1924)
  423. ‎Swedish National Socialist Party
  424. Svenska Sjöfartssektionen
  425. ‎Swedish National Socialist Unity
  426. Nasisten
  427. ‎United Communist League of Bangladesh
  428. Socialist Weekly
  429. ‎Ilchi (1917)
  430. Subhas Naskar
  431. ‎Surjya Kanta Mishra
  432. ‎Hanseatic People's League
  433. Communist Party of Nepal (2013)
  434. Avance
  435. ‎El Pueblo (Nicaraguan newspaper)
  436. ‎Phani Bora
  437. ‎Mahila Atma Raksha Samiti
  438. Ya vse znayu
  439. All India Kisan Sabha delegation to Europe, 1955
  440. Jagjit Singh Lyallpuri
  441. Anti-Imperialist Patriotic Union
  442. ‎Iglesia Ortodoxa de Antioquía San Juan Bautista
  443. Honduras-Palestine relations
  444. Hakafashist
  445. Fashist
  446. Iglesia de la Purísima Concepción
  447. ‎Estrella del Norte
  448. ‎Francisco J. Mejía
  449. Purificación Zelaya
  450. ‎C.D. Aguán
  451. ‎Placido Betancourt
  452. ‎Ngol
  453. ‎René Malbrant
  454. PKI dan Perwakilan
  455. Review of Indonesia
  456. Kehidupan Partai
  457. ‎Nova borba
  458. ‎Hayat ech Chaab
  459. Party of Liberation and Socialism
  460. 1985 Nepal bombings
  461. Revolutionary Palestinian Communist Party
  462. ‎Palestinian National Salvation Front
  463. ‎Voice of the Mountain
  464. ‎Voice of Arab Syria
  465. ‎National Alliance for the Liberation of Syria
  466. ‎Syrian Turkmen National Bloc
  467. Plantation Workers International Federation
  468. El Panameño
  469. ‎La Voz del Pueblo (Bogotá)
  470. La Voz del Pueblo (Santander)
  471. El Trommel
  472. ‎La Bandera Roja
  473. El Asón
  474. ‎Adelante (1902)
  475. El Adalid
  476. Sixto Agudo
  477. ‎Carmen Calleja
  478. Pedro Santorromán
  479. Búfalos
  480. Subodh Oraon
  481. ‎M.T. Padma
  482. ‎Himachal Seb Utpadak Sangh
  483. ‎Indian Union Dalit League
  484. ‎U.C. Raman
  485. Suddi Sangaati
  486. Savitaben Khant
  487. ‎Pijush Nag
  488. ‎P. Chuba Chang
  489. Nureddin Vergin
  490. CITIPEG
  491. War Consultative Committee
  492. Walter C. Craine
  493. Vandana Gawli
  494. ‎Madhukar Bhosale
  495. Joseph Roney
  496. ‎Party for Democracy and Socialism/Metba
  497. ‎As'ad Adib Bayudh
  498. Ibrahim al-Abdallah
  499. ‎Lebanese general election, 1968 in Marjeyoun-Hasbaya
  500. Salim Abd an-Nur
  501. Progressive Arab Front
  502. Joseph Mghabghab
  503. ‎Chouf parliamentary by-election, 1971
  504. Anwar al-Khatib (Lebanon)
  505. Lebanese general election, 1968 in Chouf District
  506. ‎Lebanese general election, 1968 in Akkar District
  507. Lebanese general election, 1968 in Zgharta District
  508. Lebanese general election, 1968 in Batroun District
  509. ‎Lebanese general election, 1968 in Tripoli City
  510. ‎Lebanese general election, 1968 in Bsharri District
  511. Lebanese general election, 1968 in Koura District
  512. Lebanese general election, 1968 in Beirut III
  513. Lebanese general election, 1968 in Beirut II
  514. ‎Lebanese general election, 1968 in Beirut I
  515. Padomju Latvijas Komunists
  516. ‎Satyanarayan Singh
  517. ‎Különös ismertetőjel
  518. Communist Party of Sicily (Marxist-Leninist)
  519. ‎Militant Christian Party
  520. Scottish Democratic Fascist Party
  521. Italian Anti-Bolshevik Front
  522. ‎Sicilian Independent Labour Party
  523. Union of Independent Italian Communists
  524. ‎Garibaldian Antifascist Partisan Movement of Italy
  525. ‎Republican Progressive Democratic Front
  526. L'Action sénégalaise
  527. ‎Di Tsayt (Saint Petersburg)
  528. ‎Contacto (Luxembourg)
  529. ‎Le Peuple (Brussels)
  530. ‎Le Cuir
  531. ‎La Loi (newspaper)
  532. ‎Sans fil (newspaper)
  533. ‎Vozrojdénie
  534. ‎La République sociale indépendante
  535. L'Écho taurin
  536. Le Travailleur du Loiret
  537. Le Travailleur de Lot-et-Garonne
  538. ‎L'Enchaîné du Nord et du Pas-de-Calais
  539. ‎La Voix de l'Est (Bagnolet)
  540. ‎Front rouge
  541. ‎Le Prolétaire normand
  542. Le Socialiste picard
  543. ‎Le Travailleur du Centre Ouest
  544. ‎Le Communiste
  545. ‎La Kabylie française
  546. ‎Le Philippevillois
  547. Le Petit Tlemcenien
  548. ‎Democracia (Tangier)
  549. ‎Le Réveil du Tadla
  550. ‎Il Liberatore
  551. ‎L'Alba
  552. Es-Sabah
  553. Le Réveil juif
  554. ‎Tunis-Socialiste
  555. ‎La Presse Porto-Novienne
  556. ‎Le Phare de Majunga
  557. Réveil de la Côte Ouest
  558. Syrie (Beirut)
  559. L'Écho du Cambodge
  560. ‎La Démocratie sociale
  561. ‎Travailleur socialiste
  562. ‎L'Écho du Katanga
  563. ‎Écho de la Sambre
  564. Le Radical
  565. ‎Recherche
  566. ‎L'Indépendance Roumanie
  567. Le Moment
  568. ‎Echo de Varsovie
  569. Setareh'yé Djéhane
  570. ‎La Verité
  571. Courrier d'Ethiopie
  572. ‎Liberté de Fitchburg
  573. ‎Union syndicale des journalistes polonais en France
  574. ‎Algerian Socialist Labour Party
  575. ‎La Bretagne ouvrière, paysanne et maritime
  576. ‎Alsatian Progress Party
  577. ‎J. B. Marks
  578. Der jüdische Arbeiter (Vienna)
  579. Innviertler Heimatblatt
  580. Fish Keitseng
  581. Zibn teg
  582. ‎Naivelt
  583. Dorem Amerike
  584. Broit un ehre
  585. Comités Palestine
  586. Vilnis
  587. ‎Flugblat
  588. Di royte fon (1920)
  589. ‎Unzer emes
  590. Der royter shtern (Buenos Aires)
  591. ‎Janadina
  592. ‎Mawbima (1950)
  593. Ceylon Malay Youth League
  594. ‎M.P. Drahaman
  595. ‎All Ceylon Malay Political Union
  596. ‎Deshabhimani (Sri Lanka)
  597. ‎Forward (Sri Lanka)
  598. Aththa
  599. ‎Sikkim Himali Congress
  600. ‎Sikkim Swatantra Dal
  601. ‎Talent Search South Sudan 2012
  602. ‎United Democratic Front (Botswana)
  603. Botswana Workers Front
  604. ‎Gambia Moral Congress
  605. ‎Kingdom First Party
  606. ‎Meeri Wasberg
  607. Metin Ataseven
  608. ‎Stellan Bojerud
  609. ‎Mohamed Refaat El-Saeed
  610. EPRDF Youth League
  611. All Ethiopian National Movement
  612. FNLPA
  613. Democratic Front for the Liberation of Somalia
  614. Somali Confederation of Labour
  615. Central Sindical Angolana
  616. Labour Relations Law, 1962
  617. Sindicato Angolano dos Camponeses e Operários
  618. ‎Confederação Nacional dos Trabalhadores de Angola
  619. ‎Confederação Geral dos Trabalhadores de Angola
  620. ‎Federação Nacional dos Trabalhadores de Angola
  621. ‎União dos Sindicatos Revolucionarios de Angola
  622. Confédération dahoméenne des travailleurs croyants
  623. ‎Fédérations des travailleurs de Burundi
  624. Liga Geral dos Trabalhadores de Angola
  625. Francisco Bilbao Workers Party
  626. Confederação dos Sindicatos Livres de Angola
  627. União Geral dos Trabalhadores de Angola
  628. Comité de Unidade de Acção e Coordenação Sindical de Angola
  629. ‎Confédération africaine des travailleurs croyants-Republique Centrafricaine
  630. ‎Confédération africaine des travailleurs croyants (French West Africa and Togo)
  631. Confédération africaine des travailleurs croyants de l'A.E.F
  632. ‎Het Nieuwe Volk
  633. ‎Het Belgisch Dagblad
  634. ‎De Banten-bode
  635. ‎Samikidin
  636. UGTAN-unitaire
  637. Saloum Traoré
  638. ‎Confédération nationale des syndicats du Mali
  639. ‎General Union of Negro African Workers
  640. ‎Black Native Party
  641. John Marik Makur
  642. ‎Zakaria Chol Gideon Gakmar
  643. Lakes State Legislative Assembly
  644. National Convention of New Sudan
  645. Relief Association of Southern Sudan
  646. Socialist Youth League of Germany
  647. Die rote Fahne des Ostens
  648. Der Landmann
  649. ‎Zum Kommunismus!
  650. Rote Jugend
  651. Bauer und Arbeiter
  652. Lenins Weg
  653. Stimme des Stoßbrigadlers
  654. ‎Stalins Brigade
  655. Nachrichten
  656. Die Wacht
  657. Tunji Otegbeye
  658. ‎Larbi Bouhali
  659. ‎Jakob Lechleiter
  660. Socialist Unity Party (Turkey)
  661. ‎Knud Jespersen
  662. Martin Gunnar Knutsen
  663. Erich Ziegler
  664. Herbert Mies
  665. Renzo Renzi
  666. ‎United Socialist Party (San Marino)
  667. 9th Congress of the Sammarinese Communist Party
  668. ‎Ermenegildo Gasperoni
  669. 1976 Conference of Communist and Workers Parties of Europe
  670. Black Bloc (Sudan)
  671. ‎Abd an-Nabi Abd al-Qadir Mursal
  672. Politics of Tripura
  673. ‎A.A. Aziz
  674. ‎Youth Council of the French Union
  675. ‎Association générale des étudiants français en Afrique noire
  676. Hassan at-Taheer Zarouq
  677. Abd ul-Hamid Musa Madibbo
  678. Abdallah Muhammed at-Tom
  679. ‎Abdallah Bakr Mustafa
  680. Socialist Republican Party (Sudan)
  681. ‎Anti-Imperialist Front
  682. SPLM Youth League
  683. Khmer-Chinese Friendship Association
  684. Sridam Pal
  685. ‎Brajamohan Jamatia
  686. ‎Birchandra Manu massacre
  687. Sukumar Barman
  688. ‎Gabonese Socialist Union
  689. ‎Jacques Dicker
  690. ‎Swiss Socialist Federation
  691. Swiss-South African Association
  692. Falce e Martello
  693. Le Grutléen
  694. ‎Le Travail-Le Droit du Peuple
  695. ‎10th anniversary of the People's Republic of China
  696. ‎Umberto Barulli
  697. Federazione delle Leghe coloniche
  698. ‎Fédération patronale monégasque
  699. ‎Confederación Sindical Obrera y Agraria
  700. Asociación Obrera Asambleista
  701. ‎Andalusian Social Liberal Party
  702. Unión General de Trabajadores (sector histórico)
  703. Unified Communist Party of Spain
  704. ‎Confederación de Sindicatos Unitarios de Trabajadores
  705. ‎Maoist Youth Union
  706. Sindicato Unitario
  707. Eusko Langillen Alkartasuna (Askatuta) - Solidaridad de Trabajadores Vascos (Independiente)
  708. ‎Confederación Xeral de Traballadores Galegos-Intersindical Nacional
  709. Spanish trade union representative elections, 1978
  710. ‎Sindicato Obrero Canario
  711. ‎Intersindical Canaria
  712. ‎Francisco Azorín Izquierdo
  713. Khkhjakhkhja barg
  714. ‎Tangchylar
  715. ‎Azad Hind Congress
  716. ‎All Nepal Teachers Association
  717. ‎Oromai
  718. ‎Ashagre Yigletu
  719. ‎Alemu Abebe
  720. Gambela People's Liberation Movement
  721. ‎Meskerem (magazine)
  722. Agwa Alemu
  723. Provisional Office for Mass Organizational Affairs
  724. Waz League
  725. Echat
  726. Seded
  727. Union of Ethiopian Marxist-Leninist Organizations
  728. Yäsäffiw hezb dems
  729. Malerid
  730. Democracia
  731. Fano tesemara
  732. John Both Puok
  733. Coalition of Ethiopian Democratic Forces
  734. ‎Mecha and Tuluma Self-Help Association
  735. Woyane rebellion
  736. ‎Relief Society of Tigray
  737. South Sudan Communist Party
  738. Joseph Wol Modesto
  739. 1582 Ancuancu earthquake
  740. Socialist Arab Lebanon Vanguard Party
  741. ‎Aquí Está
  742. Progressive Youth Organisation of Guyana
  743. ‎Latvian Constituent Assembly election, 1920
  744. ‎Acción obrera
  745. Despertar
  746. ‎Diario de Aragón
  747. ‎Tierra (newspaper)
  748. ‎Uníos
  749. Vanguardia (Málaga)
  750. Communist Party (Free City of Danzig)
  751. ‎People's Local Government Act
  752. Unregistered Lands Act
  753. Mohammedan Law Courts Ordinance
  754. ‎Native Courts Ordinance
  755. ‎Chiefs Courts Ordinance
  756. Abyei Liberation Front
  757. Arab Revolutionary Labour Party
  758. ‎Pema Khandu
  759. Der yidisher arbeyter (Paris)
  760. Nasz Przegląd
  761. Keneder yiddische vochenblat
  762. ‎Oblicze Dnia (newspaper)
  763. ‎Pod Prąd
  764. Vital Balla
  765. ‎Rémi Bakou
  766. Alice Badiangaba
  767. ‎Hilaire Babassana
  768. Charles Assemekang
  769. Confédération Africaine des Syndicats Libres
  770. Léon Angor
  771. ‎Daniel Abibi
  772. Gustave Aba Gandzion
  773. March 24 strike
  774. ‎February 14, 1964 triple assassination in the Republic of the Congo
  775. ‎Sekou Touré presidential visit to the Republic of the Congo
  776. ‎André Kerherve
  777. Albert Fourvelle
  778. Moyen-Congo municipal election, 1956
  779. ‎Abel Thauley-Ganga
  780. Saint Helena Labour Party
  781. Saint Helena Progressive Party
  782. Avenida Monseñor Rivero
  783. Communist Party of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic
  784. Basque-Vicuña war
  785. ‎Alejo Calatayud
  786. Pampa de la Isla
  787. Santosh Rana (CPI)
  788. Bojja Bixamaiah
  789. ‎Singareni Collieries Employees Union
  790. ‎Singareni Karmika Samakya
  791. Godavari Loya Boggagani Karmika Sangham
  792. ‎Terai Sangrami Cha Sramik Union
  793. ‎Dooars Cha Bagan Workers’ Union
  794. All West Bengal Tea Garden Labourers Union
  795. Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangha
  796. Jayant Prabhakar Patil
  797. ‎Der shtral
  798. Klainer SS
  799. Confédération syndicale belge
  800. ‎Yedo Fiúza
  801. Institut Maurice Thorez
  802. ‎Republican Nationalist Federal Union
  803. Liberation Party (Argentina)
  804. Slovak Executive Committee of the Hungarian Social Democratic Party
  805. All Hyderabad Trade Union Congress
  806. Communist Party of the RSFSR
  807. Agricultural Labourers Union of Southwestern Slovakia
  808. Union (Hungarian-German trade union in Slovakia)
  809. ‎Stavitel'ský robotník
  810. ‎Mohammad Khalil Naik
  811. Baddam Yella Reddy
  812. Bankim Mukherjee
  813. French India municipal election, 1946
  814. ‎National Democratic Front (French India)
  815. Saraswathi Subbiah
  816. ‎V. Subbiah
  817. Congress Karma Parishad
  818. ‎All French Indian Congress
  819. French India Students Congress
  820. Students' Federation (French India)
  821. Communist Party of French India
  822. ‎French India Socialist Party
  823. Progressive Congolese Students
  824. ‎Mohamed Messaoud Chebbi
  825. ‎South Africa Youth Revolutionary Council
  826. ‎La Montaña
  827. With Hindenburg for a national Prussia (United Patriotic Leagues and Associations)
  828. ‎Mahe Socialist Party
  829. French India Representative Assembly election, 1946
  830. Joy Krishna Halder
  831. Socialist Federation of Algeria
  832. Libyan National Democratic Front
  833. ‎Libyan National Movement
  834. Sudanese Movement of Revolutionary Committees
  835. ‎Sudanese People's Socialist Front
  836. Robert Hogg (New Zealand politician)
  837. Mellon (newspaper)
  838. Platon Drakoulis
  839. Anglo-German Friendship Committee
  840. ‎African Youth Brigade
  841. Shayah Charnam
  842. ‎National Youth Union of Mali
  843. Young Communist League of Czechoslovakia
  844. R. Annadurai
  845. Jharkhand Anushilan Party
  846. J. P. Dahlén
  847. ‎Edoff Andersson
  848. ‎Puducherry legislative assembly election, 2011
  849. Here Comes Tobor
  850. Karl Toman
  851. Viktor Herou
  852. Arvid Olsson
  853. Suznanie
  854. Swiss Communist Organization
  855. United Egyptian Communist Party
  856. Progressive Liberation Front
  857. Unified Egyptian Communist Party
  858. Maurice Salibi
  859. Religious Front
  860. Israeli Agricultural Labour Union election, 1968
  861. 1965 Histadrut election
  862. Lormesh Bundhoo
  863. Ash-sha'ab yurid isqat an-nizam
  864. ‎Mazdoor Kisan Sangram Samiti
  865. Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) Party Unity
  866. Iraj Eskandari
  867. Syrian Communist Party (Unified)
  868. G. Janardhana Kurup
  869. Ali Ahmad Nasser al-Dhahab
  870. ‎Frente Único de Lucha Campesina
  871. Frente Unido de Reforma Agraria
  872. ‎Corriere del Lunedì
  873. ‎Ostrauer Volksblatt
  874. ‎Slovenské robotnícke noviny
  875. Westungarische Volkstimme
  876. ‎Paul Wittich (politician)
  877. ‎Ernest Lafont
  878. ‎Swedish Garden Workers Union
  879. Democratic Farmers League of Sweden
  880. ‎Julieta Mabel Monje
  881. Confederación General del Trabajo (Cuba)
  882. ‎Forest and Farm Workers Union of Sweden
  883. ‎Farm Workers Union of Småland
  884. ‎Swedish Sailors and Coalers Union
  885. ‎Swedish Cooperage Union
  886. ‎Swedish Saw Mill Industry Workers Union
  887. Farm Workers Union of Uppland
  888. ‎Farm Workers Union of Central Sweden
  889. Kvinnornas fackförbund
  890. Rameshwar Prasad
  891. Pancyprian Organization of Independent Trade Unions
  892. Tia Sang (1938)
  893. L'Avenir (Tonkin)
  894. ‎La Lutte (newspaper)
  895. People's Vanguard Party (South Yemen)
  896. Pauls Dauge
  897. Al-Insaniyyah
  898. Jo Ghoforty Tsyyn
  899. Zénon Bernard
  900. Sanbetsu
  901. Kiranmoy Nanda
  903. Agragami Adivasi Samiti
  904. Fadjar Harapan
  905. Consentrasi Gerakan Mahasiswa Indonesia
  906. Serbuni
  907. Salawati Daud
  908. ‎Bakri Wahab
  909. SOBSI
  910. ‎Times of Indonesia
  911. Persatuan Buruh Kerata Api
  912. ‎Kalvdans
  913. Fédération des cheminots de l'A.O.F
  914. Serbaud
  915. Gerakan Nelajan Marhaenis
  916. Sarbufis
  917. Sarbuksi
  918. Sarekat Buruh Kehutanan Islam
  919. Sarbupri
  920. ‎Prijono
  921. ‎SOBRI
  922. Harihar Narayan Prabhakar
  923. Randhir Prasad
  924. Chaturanan Mishra
  925. ‎Moni Guha
  926. Wahikar Union
  927. ‎Baba Bujha Singh
  928. ‎Desh Bhagat Sahayak Sabha
  929. Popular Socialist Youth
  930. United Left (Bolivia)
  931. Franco-Guinean Union
  932. ‎Socialist Party of Guinea
  933. ‎Le Phare de Guinée
  934. ‎Adolf Stand
  935. Barry III
  936. ‎Policarpio Castañeta Yujra
  937. ‎L'Espérance
  938. ‎Le Lynx
  939. Vinod Mishra
  940. United Left (Bolivia, 1985)
  941. ‎Socialist Workers Party (Bolivia)
  942. ‎FULKA
  943. ‎Revolutionary Nationalist Leftwing Movement - 1
  944. ‎Revolutionary Nationalist Leftwing Movement - 20th Century
  945. ‎Bolivian Union Party
  946. ‎Rote Hand
  947. ‎Der Kämpfer
  948. ‎Berliner Abendpost
  949. ‎Verband der Fabrikarbeiter Deutschlands
  950. ‎Jewish Communist Workers Youth Union (Iugend Poalei Zion)
  951. Confederazione dei Sindacati Unici Classisti del Territorio libero di Trieste
  952. ‎Italian Communist Party of the Julian March
  953. United Trade Unions of the Free Territory of Trieste
  954. ‎Free Territory of Trieste municipal election, 1949
  955. Slavic-Italian Anti-Fascist Union
  956. ‎State Administrative and Judicial Institutions Employees Union
  957. ‎Economic-Administrative and Technical Institutions Employees Union
  958. ‎Zveza uslužbencev pravosodnih in upravnih ustanov Jugoslavije
  959. ‎Socialist Party of Slovenia
  960. ‎Anti-Fascist Youth Union of the Free Territory of Trieste
  961. ‎Za socijalističku Jugoslaviju
  962. ‎Bulgarian Workers Union
  963. ‎Julieta Campusano
  964. El Bien del Obrero
  965. National Liberation (Ecuador)
  966. Unión General de Trabajadores de Ecuador
  967. Francisco Vicente de la Espriella
  968. Panama – Uruguay relations
  969. South American Railway Congress
  970. 1948 Pan-American Students Conference
  971. Revolutionary Left Wing
  972. All Nepal National Independent Students Union (Sixth) (RJM group)
  973. Daud as-Sayegh
  974. Hasan Qraytim
  975. Iraqi Communist Party (1960)
  976. Associations Law
  977. Ittihad ash-Sha'ab
  978. Unified Socialist League
  979. ‎Communist Youth League (Japan)
  980. ‎1960 political clashes in the Iraqi Cigarette Workers Union
  981. ‎Awni Yusuf
  982. Al-'Amal (1957)
  983. Republican Women's Organization
  984. ‎Arab Struggle Party
  985. Revolutionary Ba'ath Party
  986. ‎Al-Mabda'
  987. Ash-Shabibah
  988. Al-Mukafih
  989. The Labour Pioneer
  990. ‎Yorkshire Factory Times
  991. Labour Elector
  992. Theodore Bekele
  993. ‎Thakin Tin Mya
  994. Hari Bahadur Rai
  995. ‎Assembly for the Sovereignty of the Peoples
  996. ‎Workers' Party for the Political Liberation of Russia
  997. Agrarian Socialist League
  998. Eje Comunero
  999. Communist Party of Nepal Marxist-Leninist (Samajbadi)
  1000. ‎Farmud Nadaf
  1001. Katarismo
  1002. ‎Conscience of Fatherland - Patriotic Movement
  1003. Persons Disabled in War against the Nazis Law
  1004. ‎Farmer-Labour Party
  1005. ‎Noda Ritsuta
  1006. ‎Young Communist League of Japan
  1007. ‎Hyōgikai
  1008. National Free Federation of Trade Unions
  1009. Proletarian parties in Japan, 1925-1932
  1010. ‎Labour-Farmer Masses Party
  1011. ‎National Democratic Party (Japan, 1929)
  1012. ‎Social Democratic Party (Japan, 1926)
  1013. ‎Japan Farmers Party
  1014. Proletarian Masses Party
  1015. Confederation of Free Trade Unions of India
  1016. Labour-Farmer Party
  1017. Skulptur
  1018. ‎Japan Labour Union League
  1019. ‎General Federation of Japanese Peasant Unions
  1020. ‎Japan Labour-Farmer Party
  1021. ‎Shinkigen
  1022. ‎Bolivian municipal election, 1999
  1023. Bolivian municipal election, 1991
  1024. ‎Red Sports Federation
  1025. ‎Fédération sportive et gymnastique du Travail d'Alsace et de Lorraine
  1026. ‎Socialist Republican Party (Bolivia)
  1027. ‎Arbeidernes Idrettsforbund
  1028. ‎Black Brothers
  1029. ‎Mambesak
  1030. ‎Union del Trabajo de Filipinas
  1031. Union Obrera Democratica
  1032. ‎Collective Labor Movement
  1033. ‎Manuel Suárez Avila
  1034. ‎Francisco Vaca Gutiérrez
  1035. ‎Revolutionary Left Front
  1036. ‎Oscar Zamora Medinaceli
  1037. ‎Kampforbundet for Rød Sportsenhet
  1038. Banner of Gold
  1039. ‎Benjamín Miguel Harb
  1040. ‎Fourth national congress of the Communist Party of the Philippines
  1041. ‎Anti-Communist Labor Union of the Philippines
  1042. ‎Guillermo Capadocia
  1043. ‎Neri Colmenares
  1044. ‎Iosif Baratov
  1045. ‎Bienvenido Zacu Mborobainchi
  1046. ‎Gualberto Vega
  1047. ‎All Saints' massacre
  1048. ‎1989 Santa Elmira massacre
  1049. ‎People's Front (Argentina)
  1050. ‎Movimiento de Agrupaciones Obreras
  1051. ‎Narayan Man Bijukchhe
  1052. ‎Communist Party (Burma)
  1053. ‎United NLF Groups
  1054. ‎All Burma Trade Union Congress
  1055. ‎Red Flag Cultivators Unions
  1056. ‎Red Flag Labour Unions
  1057. ‎H. N. Goshal
  1058. Battle of Kunlong
  1059. ‎Southeast Asian Youth Conference
  1060. Kommyunit Nezin
  1061. ‎Ganatantra
  1062. ‎Nasserist Socialist Vanguard Party
  1063. ‎Bidya Debbarma
  1064. ‎Ture Königson
  1065. ‎Kaj Björk
  1066. ‎Poul Johansen Geleff
  1067. Fritjof Lager
  1068. ‎Skånes köpmannablad
  1069. Svenska Utlandstidningen
  1070. ‎Haparanda Nyheter
  1071. Haaparannan sanomat
  1072. ‎Spöknippet
  1073. ‎Sydsvenskan Kuriren
  1074. ‎Ny Dag
  1075. Armand Bouat
  1076. ‎Le Populaire (1920)
  1077. ‎Le Travailleur alpin
  1078. Pochoden
  1079. ‎Neue Volkszeitung
  1080. ‎Mülhauser Volksblatt
  1081. ‎Alsace-Lorraine Regional Party
  1082. Singapore Federation of Trade Unions
  1083. ‎Independent Regional Party for Alsace-Lorraine
  1084. ‎Confederación Campesina del Perú
  1085. Under röd flagg
  1086. Strasbourg municipal election, 1929
  1087. ‎Volksfront (Alsace)
  1088. ‎Jean-Pierre Mourer
  1089. ‎Charles Hueber
  1090. Der Elsässer Bote
  1091. Freie Presse
  1092. ‎Die Neue Welt
  1093. ‎Bloody Sunday (1926)
  1094. ‎Alsatian Workers and Peasants Party
  1095. Tanka movement
  1096. ‎Naya Dunia
  1097. ‎Krishak Banuva Panchayat
  1098. Shillong Observer
  1099. ‎V.G. Deshpande
  1100. ‎Mangat Ram Pasla
  1101. ‎National People's Party (India)
  1102. Ram Narayan Goswami
  1103. ‎Jharna Das
  1104. ‎Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council election, 2010
  1105. Sind Azad Party
  1106. ‎Bhojsing Gurdinomal Pahalajani
  1107. ‎Mukhi Gobindram Pritamdas
  1108. ‎Sind legislative assembly election, 1937
  1109. ‎Sind United Party
  1110. ‎National Youth Organization
  1111. ‎Mexican People's Party
  1112. Svobodni Narod
  1113. ‎Unser Stimme
  1114. ‎Foroys
  1115. ‎Unser Gedank
  1116. ‎Matthew Stachiw
  1117. ‎Narodna Volya
  1118. ‎Krushak
  1119. ‎Sikap
  1120. ‎Il-Helsien
  1121. ‎Socialist Union of Central-Eastern Europe
  1122. Trade Union Propaganda League
  1123. ‎British Communist Group
  1124. ‎Die Freiheit (1918)
  1125. French Communist Group
  1126. ‎Yugoslav Communist Group
  1127. ‎Demokratische Zeitung
  1128. ‎Demokraten (1873)
  1129. ‎Socialist Party of the Czechoslovakian Working People
  1130. ‎German-Baltic Reform Party
  1131. ‎Vaba Maa
  1132. ‎Constitutional People's Party (Finland)
  1133. Labour Party (Greenland)
  1134. Marcos Leonel Posadas
  1135. ‎Sabino Hernández
  1136. Santiago Fierro Fierro
  1137. ‎Jorge Cruickshank García
  1138. Amado Tame Shear
  1139. Naye tsayt
  1140. Jaromír Nečas
  1141. ‎Confederación Revolucionaria de Trabajadores
  1142. Facundo Hurtado Castellón
  1143. Juan Huanca Colque
  1144. ‎Jorge Torres Obleas
  1145. ‎Workers Party (Reconstituted) of Bangladesh
  1146. Workers Party of Bangladesh (reconstituted)
  1147. Augusto Valda Vargas
  1148. Raúl Angelo Porcel Gonzáles
  1149. Gonzalo Aguirre Villafán
  1150. Jenaro Flores Santos
  1151. Román Loayza Caero
  1152. Néstor Guzmán Villarroel
  1153. Jaalil Melgar Mustafá
  1154. ‎Saúl Guillermo Klinsky Callaú
  1155. ‎Emigdio Flores Calpiñeiro
  1156. El Defensor del Obrero
  1157. ‎Damodar Chaudhary
  1158. ‎1958 Paraguayan general strike
  1159. Sendero
  1160. ‎Luis Jorge Mayser Ardaya
  1161. ‎Roger Pinto Molina
  1162. ‎Fernando Untoja Choque
  1163. ‎Juan Carlos Riss Cecin
  1164. ‎Oscar Salas Moya
  1165. ‎Nay Eretra Sämunawi Gazét'a
  1166. ‎New Eritrea Party
  1167. ‎Ha-Yom
  1168. ‎Mine Workers' Union of Canada
  1169. ‎Lumber Workers Industrial Union of Canada
  1170. ‎Eteenpäin
  1171. ‎Shlomo Kaplansky
  1172. Siegfried Taub
  1173. ‎Robert Danneberg
  1174. ‎Dino Rondani
  1175. ‎Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (Mensheviks)
  1176. Kawkab America
  1177. ‎Jaridat ar-rabita al-wataniya as-suriya
  1178. Abu al-hawl
  1179. ‎Dos Abend Blatt
  1180. Socialist Workers' Party (Netherlands, 1959)
  1181. Napu Runas
  1182. Hamevasser
  1183. El Gugeton
  1184. El Tiempo (Istanbul)
  1185. ‎Általános Munkás Újság
  1186. Republican Socialist Party
  1187. ‎Flemish Socialist Workers Party
  1188. ‎L'Affranchissement
  1189. Democratic Leftwing Republican Party
  1190. Konstantin Bozveliev
  1191. ‎Yanko Sakazov
  1192. ‎Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party (Broad Socialists)
  1193. L'A. O. F.
  1194. Forojs
  1195. Nowe Zycie
  1196. Piotrkower Weker
  1197. Wloclawker Weker
  1198. Lubliner Sztyme
  1199. Grodner Sztyme
  1200. Lodzer Naje Folkscajtung
  1201. Hromadskyj Holos
  1202. In Kampf
  1203. ‎Das Vort
  1204. Folkswort
  1205. ‎Oran socialiste
  1206. ‎Naujoji Banga
  1207. ‎Arthur Brill
  1208. ‎Živko Topalović
  1209. ‎Joseph Kruk
  1210. ‎Independent Socialist Labour Party
  1211. ‎Red Aid (POUM)
  1212. ‎Independent Socialist Party (Turkey)
  1213. ‎Independent Radical Social Democratic Party
  1214. ‎Socialista
  1215. Socialist Association
  1216. ‎Chile Democrático
  1217. ‎Arbeiter-Zeitung (Luxembourg)
  1218. ‎Sociāldemokrats
  1219. ‎Socialist Workers and Peasants Party of Latvia
  1220. ‎ILP Guild of Youth
  1221. ‎Free Trade Unions (Bulgaria)
  1222. ‎Danziger Echo
  1223. ‎Elbinger Volksstimme
  1224. ‎Czechoslovak Social Democratic Youth
  1225. ‎Germinal (Uruguayan newspaper)
  1226. ‎Socialist Youth Union
  1227. ‎Epoha
  1228. ‎Narod (Bulgarian newspaper)
  1229. Socialist Party of Yugoslavia
  1230. Portuguese Socialist Party
  1231. ‎Onésimo Silveira
  1232. ‎Guinea-Bissau–Sweden relations
  1233. ‎Socialist Youth League of Yugoslavia
  1234. Socialist Workers Party of Hungary
  1235. ‎Világosság Socialist Emigrant Group
  1236. Bund für Arbeiterbildung
  1237. ‎Socialist-Communist Union
  1238. Old Social Democratic Party of Germany
  1239. Socialist League (Germany)
  1240. ‎Lore Agnes
  1241. ‎Hungarian-German Social Democratic Party
  1242. ‎Julius Gehl
  1243. ‎Social Democratic Party of the Free City of Danzig
  1244. ‎Kárpát
  1245. ‎Görög Katolikus Szemle (1899-1918)
  1246. ‎Social Democratic Workers Party in Subcarpathian Rus
  1247. ‎Průkopník svobody
  1248. ‎Barák Workers Association
  1249. ‎Czechoslovak Social Democratic Workers Party in the Republic of Austria
  1250. ‎General Jewish Labour Party
  1251. ‎Social Democratic Party of China
  1252. ‎Social Democratic Labour Youth Union
  1253. ‎Working Women's Union
  1254. ‎Ethiopian Lictor Youth
  1255. ‎Arab Lictor Youth
  1256. ‎Albanian Lictor Youth
  1257. ‎Jan Kranti Party
  1258. ‎Soviet Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee
  1259. ‎Central Council of Trade Unions
  1260. ‎Khavar-e no
  1261. ‎Rahbar (newspaper)
  1262. ‎Union of Toilers of Iran
  1263. ‎Karol Śliwka
  1264. ‎Emanuel Chobot
  1265. ‎Central United Council of the Trade Unions of Workers and Toilers of Iran
  1266. ‎Ardeshir Ovanessian
  1267. ‎Central Union of Workers and Peasants of Iran
  1268. Ettehadiyeh-ye Sendika-ye Kargaran-e Iran
  1269. People's Democratic Front (Iran)
  1270. Femmes-Caïmans
  1271. ‎Dhanpat Rai Nahar
  1272. ‎Simon Gokana
  1273. ‎Lévy Makani
  1274. ‎Pierre Vouama
  1275. ‎Céline Yandza
  1276. ‎Syndicat professionnel des commerçants et transporteurs africains du Congo
  1277. ‎Comité de Liaison de Patronat de l'A.E.F.
  1278. ‎M 24
  1279. ‎M 22
  1280. ‎Tefik Mborja
  1281. ‎Neue Linke - Nuova Sinistra
  1282. ‎Craftsman-Farmer Alliance
  1283. ‎Revolutionary Labour Bloc
  1284. ‎Labour Party (Argentina)
  1285. ‎Federación de Obreros y Empleados Ferroviarios
  1286. ‎Federación de Sindicatos Ferroviarios
  1287. ‎Federación Obrera de la Industria de la Carne
  1288. ‎Democratic Association of Victoria
  1289. Polish-Lithuanian Social Revolutionary Party
  1290. Rally for France (Niger)
  1291. ‎Nigerien Democratic Front
  1292. ‎Deiva Zivarattinam
  1293. ‎Zodi Ikhia
  1294. ‎Amar Ouzegane
  1295. ‎Union for Social Progress
  1296. ‎Michel Zunino
  1297. ‎Bachir Ben Mohamed Abddelouahab
  1298. ‎Pierre Abelin
  1299. ‎National Movement of the Revolution
  1300. ‎French legislative election in French Equatorial Africa, November 1946
  1301. ‎Economic Liberation Movement
  1302. ‎Moyen-Congo Representative Council election, 1947
  1303. ‎Congolese Progressive Party
  1304. ‎Congolese Democratic Front
  1305. ‎Amicale des Originaires de l'A.E.F.
  1306. ‎LICOPA affair
  1307. ‎Trois Glorieuses (1963)
  1308. ‎African Women's Union of Congo
  1309. ‎Union générale des syndicats algériens
  1310. ‎Congolese Youth Union
  1311. ‎Georges Yhambot
  1312. ‎Younous Madzengue
  1313. ‎Louis Zatonga
  1314. ‎Bernard Zoniaba
  1315. ‎National League of Patriotic Youth
  1316. 1917 Central Committee of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (Menshevik)
  1317. ‎Enlightened People's Communist Party
  1318. ‎Jewish Workers Bund in Poland
  1319. ‎5th Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party
  1320. ‎Socialist League of the New East
  1321. ‎Klain Bund
  1322. ‎International Jewish Labor Bund
  1323. Di royte fon
  1324. ‎Der yiddisher arbeyter
  1325. Der arbeyter
  1326. ‎Lodzer veker
  1327. Komtsukunft
  1328. Communist Bund (Russia)
  1329. Social Democratic Bund
  1330. Communist Bund (Ukraine)
  1331. Hebrew Socialist Union in London
  1332. ‎Independent Jewish Workers Party
  1333. ‎Satyashodhak Communist Party
  1334. ‎Bund (Bukovina)
  1335. ‎General Jewish Labour Bund in Romania
  1336. ‎Communist Bund (Poland)
  1337. ‎Jewish Social Democratic Workers Association "Zukunft"
  1338. ‎Noah Meisel
  1339. F.E.A.N.F.
  1340. ‎Marcel Oopa
  1341. ‎French legislative by-election in French Oceania, 1949
  1342. ‎Democratic Rally of the Tahitian People
  1343. ‎Revolutionary Socialist Action Organization
  1344. ‎National Democratic Front for the Liberation of Oman and the Arab Gulf
  1345. ‎Confederation generale des travailleurs africains
  1346. ‎Albert Liurette
  1347. ‎French legislative by-election in Guinea, 1954
  1348. ‎Socialist Democracy of Guinea
  1349. ‎Swedish municipal elections, 1991
  1350. ‎Guinean People's Union
  1351. ‎Wanita Indonesia
  1352. ‎Senegalese Territorial Assembly election, 1957
  1353. Murba Party
  1354. ‎Ecological Party for Progress
  1355. ‎Valère Somé
  1356. ‎Burkinabé parliamentary election, 1992
  1357. ‎Fédération nationale des boulangers et pâtissiers du Burkina
  1358. ‎Confédération générale du travail du Burkina
  1359. ‎Dayak Unity Party
  1360. Murba Women's Union
  1361. ‎National People's Party (Indonesia)
  1362. ‎Development Fraction
  1363. ‎Fraction of Upholders of the Proclamation
  1364. ‎National Progressive Fraction
  1365. Permai
  1366. ‎Indonesian Peasants Party
  1367. ‎Consultative Body of Political Parties
  1368. ‎Islamic Tharikah Unity Party
  1369. ‎Islamic Victory Force
  1370. ‎Village People's Party
  1371. ‎Party of the People of Free Indonesia
  1372. ‎Labour Party (Indonesia)
  1373. ‎Ibnu Parna
  1374. Partai Comunis Indonesia
  1375. ‎Acoma Party
  1376. ‎Labour Party of Indonesia
  1377. ‎Working Women's Front
  1378. ‎Socialist Party (Indonesia)
  1379. ‎Socialist People's Party (Indonesia)
  1380. ‎Socialist Party of Indonesia (Parsi)
  1381. ‎K.P. Prabhakaran
  1382. ‎Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Unity Initiative
  1383. P.C. Unnichekkan
  1384. ‎Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Red Flag (Unnichekkan)
  1385. Land og Folk Festival
  1386. Moslem League of the Western Province
  1387. ‎Independent Moslem League
  1388. ‎Daniel Solod
  1389. Côte d'Ivoire – Soviet relations
  1390. ‎Union Nationale des Paysans Algériens
  1391. Laos–Soviet relations
  1392. ‎Day of Hatred
  1393. ‎Sukhe Bator Mongolian Pioneers Organization
  1394. Confederación Nacional del Trabajo
  1395. Unión de Trabajadores Colombianos
  1396. ‎Viet Nam Democratic Socialist Party
  1397. Hyde Park Movement Party
  1398. ‎Socialist Front (Thailand)
  1399. Social Democratic Party (Thailand)
  1400. ‎Mahachon
  1401. Ethiopian general election, 1973
  1402. ‎Cuban local elections, 1900
  1403. Thai general election, 1957
  1404. ‎Punjab Socialist Party
  1405. ‎National United Front
  1406. ‎Democratic Union Party (Cuba)
  1407. ‎Cuban National Party
  1408. ‎Independent Republican Party
  1409. Federal Republican Party of Las Villas
  1410. ‎Republican Party of Havana
  1411. Saguan Democratic Party
  1412. Socialist Party of Manzanillo
  1413. ‎Socialist Party of the Island of Cuba
  1414. ‎International Socialist Group (Cuba)
  1415. ‎Young Communist League (Cuba, 1929)
  1416. People's Labour Party (Cuba)
  1417. People's Party (Cuba)
  1418. Socialist Workers Party (Cuba)
  1419. ‎Cuban Socialist Party
  1420. Cuban National League
  1421. Democratic Federal Republican Party of Santiago de Cuba
  1422. Thevar Jayanthi
  1423. World Marxist Review
  1424. Dilip Barua
  1425. ‎Socialist Workers' Party of China
  1426. PRTC (El Salvdor)
  1427. Socialist Workers Youth of Saarland
  1428. ‎Narodoviec
  1429. ‎Naujienos
  1430. ‎Die Woch
  1431. ‎Socialist Youth of Northern Rhodesia
  1432. ‎Pedoman
  1433. Aurora (newspaper)
  1434. ‎Greek Socialist League
  1435. ‎Independent Socialist Party (Greece)
  1436. ‎Socialist Party of Greece
  1437. ‎César Ham
  1438. ‎Burma Trade Union Congress
  1439. ‎Trade Union Congress (Burma)
  1440. ‎Selangor Labour Party
  1441. ‎Isteri-Sedar
  1442. ‎Gerakan Wanita Sosialis
  1443. ‎Gerakan Tani Indonesia
  1444. ‎Kongres Buruh Seluruh Indonesia
  1445. ‎Pakistan Socialist Party
  1446. ‎People's Freedom (Socialist) Party
  1447. ‎Thakin Lwin
  1448. ‎Revolutionary Republican Party of Iran
  1449. ‎Social Democratic Party (Persia)
  1450. ‎Arabic Toilers' Movement
  1451. ‎Social-Federalist Party of Georgia
  1452. ‎Madhukar Katre
  1453. ‎Moturu Udayam
  1454. ‎J. Hemachandran
  1455. ‎Gilberto Viera
  1456. ‎Teófilo Forero Castro
  1457. ‎Literary League Association
  1458. ‎Bangshibadan Barman
  1459. ‎Greater Cooch Behar Democratic Party
  1460. Kamtapur Progressive Party
  1461. ‎Arbeiterverband für Südwestafrika
  1462. ‎Gewerkschaftsbund des Memelgebietes
  1463. ‎Allgemeiner Arbeiterverband der Freien Stadt Danzig
  1464. ‎Rebel Unity Centre
  1465. Movement of God-Worshipping Socialists
  1466. Tamil Eelam Liberation Army
  1467. Party of the Guatemalan Revolution
  1468. People's Party (Guatemala)
  1469. National League of German Democratic Youth Clubs
  1470. Bismarckjugend
  1471. German Socialist Labour Party of Poland
  1472. All India Federation of Democratic Women
  1473. ‎Majida Al-Masri
  1474. ‎Arab Unity Party
  1475. ‎Samurdha Odisha
  1476. ‎Students Liberation Bloc
  1477. Prabhakar Sanzgiri
  1478. Johann Kowoll
  1479. Siegmund Glücksmann
  1480. Liyannaj Kont Pwofitasyon
  1481. Palestinian Struggle Youth Union
  1482. Democratic Movement for National Liberation
  1483. ‎Illinois Staats-Zeitung
  1484. ‎Dagbladet (Chicago)
  1485. ‎Arbeitets Ridder
  1486. ‎Fremad
  1487. United Lanka Congress
  1488. ‎Palestinian Revolutionary Left League
  1489. Palestinian National Alliance
  1490. Palestinian Popular Committees
  1491. ‎Hashomer Hatzair Workers Party
  1492. Socialist League of Palestine
  1493. Wahdat an-Nidal
  1494. Shursh
  1495. Tribal Criminal and Civil Disputes Regulation
  1496. Ila al-Aman
  1497. Unified Popular Front
  1498. Al-Asas
  1499. Rayat ash-Shaghilah
  1500. Fahd's Revolutionary Organization
  1501. Communist Action Organization in Iraq
  1502. Iraqi Partisan movement, 1979-1988
  1503. Democratic July 14 Movement
  1504. Babik al-Kharrami
  1505. Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal-JSD
  1506. Bangladesh Islami Front
  1507. Islamic Front Bangladesh
  1508. Jotindra Lal Tripura
  1509. Erich Mückenberger
  1510. Kate Molale
  1511. Paul Verner
  1512. Bernd Reichelt
  1513. Albert Norden
  1514. Polish Socialist Workers Party
  1515. Polish People's Party (Czechoslovakia)
  1516. Convention People's Party of Nigeria and the Cameroons
  1517. Munkás
  1518. Autonomous Agrarian Union
  1519. Russian National Autonomous Party
  1520. Carpatho-Russian Labour Party of Small Peasants and Landless
  1521. Ruthenian Peasants Party
  1522. German Christian Social People's Party
  1523. Landjugend
  1524. Farmers' League
  1525. Kattowitzer Volkswille
  1526. Bielsko municipal election, 1936
  1527. German Social Democratic Party of Poland
  1528. Kurdistan Women's League
  1529. Józef Biniszkiewicz
  1530. Silesian Socialist Party
  1531. ‎National Bahujan Congress
  1532. ‎Aikya Kerala Congress
  1533. ‎German Socialist Workers Party in Poland - Left
  1534. ‎Confédération générale du travail de Guadeloupe
  1535. ‎Progressive Constitutionalist Party
  1536. ‎Revolutionary Party of National Unification
  1537. ‎Free Union of Poland
  1538. ‎K. Ramani
  1539. ‎C.R. Aslam
  1540. ‎Karbi Longri N.C. Hills Liberation Front
  1541. ‎Chemical Workers' Union (Czechoslovakia)
  1542. ‎Alexander Abusch
  1543. ‎Wilfried Maaß
  1544. Franz Macoun
  1545. ‎Svaz horníků v Československé republice
  1546. ‎Syndikalistiska Arbetarefederationen
  1547. Sozialistische Volkszeitung
  1548. ‎Vorwärts (Czechoslovak newspaper)
  1549. ‎Volkswille
  1550. ‎Thüringer Volkszeitung
  1551. ‎Kalantar
  1552. ‎Die Arbeider en arm boer
  1553. ‎Pest Megyei Hírlap
  1554. ‎Esti Budapest
  1555. ‎Neues Budapester Abendblatt
  1556. ‎Szabad szó
  1557. ‎Szabad ifjúság
  1558. ‎Dolgozó Ifjúság Szövetsége
  1559. ‎Gangadhar Appa Burande
  1560. ‎National Labour Party (Jamaica)
  1561. ‎Communist Party of Jamaica
  1562. ‎Marxist Workers Party
  1563. Revolutionary Party of the Workers of Bolivia
  1564. ‎Ecuadorian Popular Revolutionary Union
  1565. ‎Communist Left (Chile)
  1566. ‎Gewerkschaftsbund
  1567. ‎Indo-GDR Friendship Association
  1568. ‎Soviet-Albanian Friendship Society
  1569. ‎India-Albania Friendship Association
  1570. Spain-Albania Friendship Association
  1571. ‎Social Democratic Union 'Proletarian'
  1572. ‎Deşteptarea
  1573. ‎Tipograful Român
  1574. ‎Der Wecker
  1575. ‎Independent Socialist Party (Hungary)
  1576. ‎Hungarian Reorganized Social Democratic Party
  1577. ‎Non-Voters Party
  1578. ‎Hungarian Labour Party
  1579. ‎Independent Social Democratic Party (Czech Lands)
  1580. ‎Proletař
  1581. ‎Viennese Imperial Trade Union Commission
  1582. ‎Odborové sdružení československé
  1583. ‎China-Albania Friendship Association
  1584. ‎Kim Young-Il
  1585. ‎Malaysian Solidarity Consolidation Committee
  1586. ‎Central National Revolutionary Committee
  1587. Soviet-Czechoslovak relations
  1588. ‎Left Front (Czechoslovakia)
  1589. ‎Independent Socialist Workers Party
  1590. ‎Marxist Left in Slovakia and the Transcarpathian Ukraine
  1591. ‎Czechoslovak Communist Party in Russia
  1592. ‎Brno Noppeisen
  1593. ‎Napred
  1594. ‎Oul
  1595. ‎General Federation of Labour Unions in the Kingdom of Egypt
  1596. Walka
  1597. ‎Popular Arab Bloc
  1598. ‎Trade Union Committee for Popular Resistance
  1599. ‎Egyptian Communist Organisation
  1600. ‎Ash-Shams (Egyptian newspaper)
  1601. ‎Jewish Anti-Zionist League
  1602. ‎Shudi Atiya ash-Shafi
  1603. ‎Iskra (Egyptian communist organization)
  1604. ‎Iraqi Revolutionary Communists
  1605. Iraqi Communist Party (Central Command) (Widhat al-Qa'idah)
  1606. ‎Iraqi Communist Vanguard Organisation
  1607. ‎League of Iraqi Communists
  1608. ‎Voice of the Iraqi People
  1609. ‎Leninist Group in the Iraqi Communist Movement
  1610. ‎Jens Jensen (trade unionist)
  1611. ‎Workers Committee for National Liberation - Political Organisation for the Working Class
  1612. Mari National Rebirth Party "Ushem"
  1613. Jewish Socialist Party
  1614. Catalan Left Union
  1615. Office of Nepal Trust
  1616. Sawaba
  1617. Youlou United Liberation Movement
  1618. Bijaya Kumar Gachchhadar
  1619. Muga Lal Mahato
  1620. Sadrul Miya Haq
  1621. Baban Singh
  1622. Purna Prasad Rajbansi
  1623. Gauri Shankar Khadka
  1624. Bishwodip Lingden Limbu
  1625. Dipak Karki
  1626. Keshav Kumar Budhathoki
  1627. Dharma Sila Chapagain
  1628. Dharma Prasad Ghimire
  1629. Kul Bahadur Gurung
  1630. Damber Singh Sambahamphe
  1631. Purna Kumar Sharma Limbu
  1632. Damber Dhoj Tumbahamphe
  1633. Sebaki Devi Das Tatma
  1634. Buddha Sayami
  1635. Vishwendraman Pashwan
  1636. Hasina Miya
  1637. Ek Nath Dhakal
  1638. Keshav Prasad Mainali
  1639. Unified European Left Group
  1640. Naye Prese‎
  1641. Young Communist League of Western Ukraine‎
  1642. Young Communist League of Lithuania (1989)‎
  1643. Revolutionary Party of Young Annam‎
  1644. Peasants and Workers Party‎
  1645. Inner Mongolian Revolutionary People's Party‎
  1646. Republican Party of American Samoa‎
  1647. People's Front of Liberation Tigers
  1648. Ukrainian Social Democratic Party (1899)
  1649. Polish Social Democratic Party of Galicia
  1650. Jewish Communist Labour Party (Poalei Zion)
  1651. Hungarian General Labour Party
  1652. Dominican Communist Party
  1653. Moroccan Communist Party
  1654. Martinique Communist Party
  1655. Sbornik Sotsial-Demokrata
  1656. Dienas Lapa
  1657. Kommunist (Dagestani newspaper)
  1658. Lenina Bayrah
  1659. Dro (Georgian newspaper)
  1660. Proletariatis Brdzola
  1661. Nina (Baku)
  1662. People's Revolutionary Party (Vietnam)
  1663. Malabar Singh Thapa
  1664. Narayan Kaji Shrestha
  1665. Nazi Boni
  1666. Unified Party of Haitian Communists
  1667. Civil Democratic Party
  1668. Ilya Tsivtsivadze
  1669. Siberian Social-Democratic Union - RSDLP Committee
  1670. Janak Kumari Chalise
  1671. Nilam K.C. (Khadka)
  1672. Phulmati Devi Chaudhari
  1673. Arjun Rai
  1674. Young Communist League of Greece
  1675. Félix Erviti Barcelona
  1676. Popular Liberation Front (Spain)
  1677. Amami Communist Party‎
  1678. Okinawa Socialist Masses Party‎
  1679. Swedish People's League in the Baltic Sea Provinces‎
  1680. Tibetan Communist Party
  1681. Memellandic Agricultural Party
  1682. Free City of Danzig Constituent Assembly election, 1920‎
  1683. Uttar Bango Tapsili Jati O Adibasi Sangathan‎
  1684. Akhil Bharatiya Kamgar Sena‎
  1685. New Trade Union Initiative‎
  1686. Gottfried Lessing‎
  1687. Southern Rhodesia Communist Party
  1688. Communist Party of the Memel Territory
  1689. Marxist Communist Party of India (United)
  1690. M.S. Patrudu‎
  1691. Freedom Fighters and Rehabilitation Division
  1692. All India Centre for Trade Unions‎
  1693. All India Centre of Trade Unions
  1694. Free Conservatives
  1695. Prajatantrik Lok Dal
  1696. Qaumi Inqilabi Party‎
  1697. People's Democratic United Front
  1698. Proletarian Revolutionary Organisation, Nepal‎
  1699. Arbind Rimal‎
  1700. Nepal Red Communist Party‎
  1701. Padma Jyoti
  1702. Chandra Lal Meche
  1703. Hari Roka
  1704. Keshar Jung Rayamajhi
  1705. Kathmandu municipal election, 1953‎
  1706. Mana Party
  1707. United Women Front‎
  1708. Bahujana Communist Party
  1709. Telangana Labour Party
  1710. All Nepal National Independent Students Union (Sixth)‎
  1711. Rishi Devkota‎
  1712. Communist Party of Pakistan (Thaheem)‎
  1713. Nagarchal language
  1714. Nara Bahadur Karmacharya
  1715. Mohan Chandra Adhikari
  1716. Nepal Rastriya Dalit Mukti Sangathan
  1717. Nepal Dalit Sangh (Prajatantrik)
  1718. Nepal Dalit Utthan Manch‎
  1719. Jatiya Samata Samaj‎
  1720. Nepal Udpidit Jatiya Mukti Samaj‎
  1721. Nepal Dalit Sangh
  1722. All Nepal Democratic Youth Association (RJM group)‎
  1723. All Nepal Democratic Youth Association
  1724. Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities Students‎
  1725. Labour Party (Slovakia)
  1726. Farmers' Party (Denmark)‎
  1727. Yugoslav Social-Democratic Party‎
  1728. Yugoslav Moslem People's Organization
  1729. Yugoslav Moslem Organization
  1730. Vice President of Nepal‎
  1731. Ram Baran Yadav‎
  1732. Parmanand Jha
  1733. Gorkha Parishad
  1734. United Democratic Party (Nepal)
  1735. Ram Raja Prasad Singh‎
  1736. Harse Chhina Mogha Morcha‎
  1737. Nepali Jan Congress‎
  1738. Bedanand Jha‎
  1739. Nepal Terai Congress
  1740. Rastriya Praja Party‎
  1741. Kaji Manik Lal Rajbhandari‎
  1742. Naradmuni Thulung‎
  1743. Yagya Bahadur Basnyat‎
  1744. Arjun Narasingha K.C.‎
  1745. Nepalese Rastriya Panchayat election, 1981‎
  1746. Jana Hit Sangh‎
  1747. Nepalese Rastriya Panchayat election, 1971‎
  1748. Jog Meher Shrestha‎
  1749. Adhikari cabinet, 1994‎
  1750. Hari Bahadur Basnet‎
  1751. Surya Prasad Upadhyaya‎
  1752. Nepali Congress (Subarna)‎
  1753. ‎League of Workers Association Youth
  1754. ‎Madhesi Youth Forum
  1755. ‎Kaisu-Mirjami Rydberg
  1756. ‎Young Communist League of Finland
  1757. ‎Naisten demokraattinen toimintakeskus
  1758. ‎People's Party (Finland, 1932)
  1759. ‎Small Farmers Party
  1760. Russian Social Democratic Party of Estonia
  1761. ‎Estonian Social Democratic Independence Party
  1762. ‎Estonian Democratic Workers Party (1989)
  1763. ‎National Development Party (India)
  1764. ‎Jorge Kolle Cueto
  1765. ‎Nepa Rastriya Party
  1766. ‎Al-Houriya
  1767. ‎Phospho-Energon
  1768. ‎Republican Brotherhood
  1769. ‎Social Democrats of Uganda
  1770. ‎Gunnar Nilsson (trade unionist)
  1771. ‎Arne Geijer
  1772. ‎Axel Strand
  1773. ‎Gunnar Andersson (trade unionist)
  1774. August Lindberg
  1775. Union of Toiling Peasants
  1776. ‎Albert Forslund
  1777. Edvard Johansson
  1778. ‎Arvid Thorberg
  1779. ‎Yéro Boly
  1780. ‎Laurent Sedego
  1781. Zakalia Kote
  1782. ‎Alain Bedouma Yoda
  1783. Salif Diallo
  1784. Nepali Janata Dal
  1785. Yulduz
  1786. ‎Revolutionary Toilers Society of Afghanistan
  1787. ‎Movement for the Democracy of Angola
  1788. ‎Raghav Lal Baidya
  1789. ‎Jewish Communist Party of Austria
  1790. ‎Rookmangud Katawal
  1791. National Union for Democracy
  1792. ‎Angolan Union for Peace, Democracy and Development
  1793. ‎Liberal Socialist Party (Angola)
  1794. ‎Independent Social Party of Angola
  1795. ‎Independent National Alliance of Angola
  1796. ‎New Democracy Electoral Union
  1797. Kirat Janabadi Workers Party
  1798. ‎Nanda Kishor Pun
  1799. Popular Socialist Party (Cuba)
  1800. Independent Socialist Party of Chad
  1801. ‎African National Party
  1802. ‎Progressive Sudanese Party
  1803. ‎Republican Union (French Somaliland)
  1804. ‎Greater Somalia League
  1805. ‎Somali African National Union
  1806. ‎Hem Bahadur Gurung
  1807. ‎People's Liberation Army (Nepal)
  1808. ‎Gershon Dua-Bogen
  1809. ‎Moshe Levin
  1810. ‎1920 Histadrut election
  1811. ‎Socialist Workers Party (Palestine)
  1812. ‎Left Bloc (Palestine)
  1813. ‎Grouping of Rural and Independent Chadians
  1814. ‎Independent Socialist Party of Chad (1955)
  1815. ‎Social Democratic Party of Madagascar and the Comoros
  1816. ‎Bundelkhand Janshakti Kranti Andolan
  1817. ‎Crvena Hrvatska
  1818. ‎Federación Deportiva Obrera
  1819. ‎Palestine Olympic Committee
  1820. ‎Socialist Workers' Sport International
  1821. ‎Morgnstern
  1822. ‎Polish Workers' Sport Federation
  1823. ‎Skala (sports organization)
  1824. ‎Jewish Social Democratic Labour Party in Palestine (Poale Zion)
  1825. ‎Asefat ha-Nivharim
  1826. ‎Volksgruppe
  1827. ‎Jewish Socialist Workers Party
  1828. ‎Zionist Socialist Workers Party
  1829. ‎Komunistishe fon
  1830. ‎Der shtern
  1831. Di varhayt
  1832. ‎Fareynikte
  1833. ‎Sztandar Socjalizmu
  1834. ‎Central Jewish Bureau, Communist Party of Poland
  1835. Kollam Municipal Corporation election, 2005
  1836. ‎N. Padmalochanan
  1837. ‎C. Jayan Babu
  1838. ‎Committee for the Defence of National Interests
  1839. Joshua Kalsakau
  1840. ‎Vanuatu Labour Party
  1841. ‎M. Bhaskaran
  1842. ‎National Union of Students of Saudi Arabia
  1843. ‎Vanuatu National Union of Students
  1844. ‎Revoluční odborové hnutí
  1845. ‎Mezinárodní všeodborový svaz
  1846. ‎Freie Lëtzebuerger Arbechterverband
  1847. ‎Rudolf Tayerlé
  1848. ‎Ramón Gonzáles Peña
  1849. ‎International Secretariat of National Trade Union Centres
  1850. ‎Union des Travailleurs des Comores
  1851. ‎Confederation of Free Trade Unions
  1852. ‎Frantz Vitko
  1853. ‎Leonid Kozik
  1854. ‎Industrial Relations Act (Mauritius)
  1855. ‎Kududula Nagesh
  1856. ‎Social Democratic Party of Saarland
  1857. ‎Fédération sportive du Travail d'Alsace et de Lorraine
  1858. "Communist Revolution" Committee for the Formation of the Marxist-Leninist Party
  1859. ¡A Luchar!
  1860. 10 September (political group)
  1861. 14th Lok Sabha
  1862. 16 June Movement
  1863. ‎1960 International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties
  1864. 1969 International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties
  1865. 1973 World Congress of Peace Forces
  1866. 1979 student protests in Nepal
  1867. 1980 international Maoist conference
  1868. 1980 referendum in Nepal
  1869. 1st Conference of the Communist Parties of Latin America
  1870. 2½ International
  1871. A. D. Tsyurupa
  1872. A. N. Engelhardt
  1873. A. S. Yermolov
  1874. A.K. Gopalan
  1875. A.P. Mica Mine Workers Union
  1876. Abani Mukherji
  1877. Abdus Sattar (West Bengal politician)
  1878. Abhisek Pratap Shah
  1879. Abida Sultan
  1880. ‎Academic Centre
  1881. Action Christian National
  1882. Active Pensionists
  1883. Ad Dawah
  1884. Adelante (Argentinian newspaper)
  1885. Adibathla Kailasam
  1886. Advancement for the Islands (m-l)
  1887. ‎Advisory Commission of National and Democratic Parties
  1888. Afghanistan Liberation Organization
  1889. ‎Afghanistan Mujahedin Freedom Fighters Front
  1890. African Autonomist Movement
  1891. African Convention
  1892. African Independence Party (Burkina Faso)
  1893. African Independence Party
  1894. African Independence Party-Renewal
  1895. African Nationalist Movement
  1896. African Party for the Independence of the Masses
  1897. African Peoples Union
  1898. African Popular Movement
  1899. African Regroupment Party (Upper Volta)
  1900. African Regroupment Party
  1901. African Regroupment Party-Renewal
  1902. African Regroupment Party-Senegal
  1903. African Socialist Movement
  1904. African Trade Union Congress
  1905. African Youth Amilcar Cabral
  1906. Agostinho Neto Pioneer Organization
  1907. Agrarian National Party
  1908. Agrarian Politics Union Party
  1909. Agrarian Trade Union Federation
  1910. Agrupación de Trabajadores Latinoamericanos Sindicalistas
  1911. Ahd Bloc
  1912. ‎Ahd Party
  1913. Ajaya Pratap Shah
  1914. Akhand Hindustan Morcha
  1915. Akhand Jharkhand People's Front
  1916. Akhbarul Hind
  1917. Akhil Bharatiya Gorkha League
  1918. Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha
  1919. Akhil Bharatiya Jan Sangh
  1920. Akhil Bharatiya Sena
  1921. Al Akhbar (India)
  1922. Al-Anbar governorate council election, 2005
  1923. Albanian Affairs Party
  1924. Albanian Business Party
  1925. Albanian Democratic Monarchist Movement Party
  1926. Albanian Democratic Union Party
  1927. Albanian Homeland Party
  1928. Albanian National Alliance Party
  1929. Albanian National League (1997)
  1930. Albanian National Reconciliation Party
  1931. Albanian National Security Party
  1932. Albanian Party of Democratic Reforms
  1933. Albanian Path of Truth Party
  1934. Albanian Republican United Party
  1935. Albanian Socialist Alliance Party
  1936. Albanian Workers Movement Party
  1937. Albert De Coninck
  1938. Alberto Moreno
  1939. ‎Alexandra Kim
  1940. Algerian Communist Party
  1941. Algerian Franco-Muslim Rally
  1942. Ali Yata
  1943. All Bengal Teachers Association
  1944. All Ceylon Islamic United Front
  1945. All Ceylon Tamil Congress
  1946. All India Central Council of Trade Unions
  1947. All India Communist Party
  1948. All India Coordination Committee of Communist Revolutionaries
  1949. All India Defence Employees Federation
  1950. All India Democratic Womens Association
  1951. All India Democratic Youth Organization
  1952. All India Educated Unemployed Youth Party
  1953. All India Ezhai Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam
  1954. All India Federation of Democratic Youth
  1955. All India Federation of Trade Unions
  1956. All India Forward Bloc (Ramayan Singh)
  1957. All India Forward Bloc (Subhasist)
  1958. All India Janata Dal
  1959. All India Jharkhand Party
  1960. All India Jute Textile Workers' Federation
  1961. All India Kisan Sabha (Ashoka Road)
  1962. All India Kisan Sabha
  1963. All India Krishak Khet Majdoor Sangathan
  1964. All India Latchiya Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
  1965. All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimen
  1966. All India Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam
  1967. All India Mazdoor Ekta Party
  1968. All India Minorities Front
  1969. All India Moovendar Munnani Kazhagam
  1970. All India Muslim Forum
  1971. All India Muslim League (2002)
  1972. All India Muslim Majlis (Dr. Faridi)
  1973. All India Netaji Revolutionary Party
  1974. All India Progressive Janata Dal
  1975. All India Socialist Youth Council
  1976. All India Tribes and Minorities Front
  1977. All India Trinamool Congress
  1978. All India Youth Federation
  1979. All India Youth League
  1980. All Jammu & Kashmir Patriotic Peoples Front
  1981. All Jharkhand Students Union
  1982. All Kerala M.G.R. Dravida Munnetra Party
  1983. All Nepal Communist Revolutionary Coordination Committee (Marxist-Leninist)
  1984. All Nepal National Free Students Union (United)
  1985. All Nepal Trade Union Federation (Revolutionary)
  1986. All-African Trade Union Federation
  1987. ‎Alliance for Female Equality
  1988. Alliance for Social Democracy
  1989. Alliance for Social-Liberal Progress
  1990. Alliance for Welfare and Solidarity
  1991. ‎Alliance of Peace and Progress Fighters of Afghanistan
  1992. Alliance Party (Sweden)
  1993. All-Russian Committee for Defence of Kuriles
  1994. All-Union Communist Party (bolsheviks)
  1995. All-Union Young Guard Bolsheviks
  1996. Alternative (Sweden)
  1997. Alternative Socialist Alliance - Independents
  1998. Alternative Social-Liberal Party
  1999. Alvesta Alternative
  2000. Amath Dansokho
  2001. Ambaddi
  2002. Ambedkar Makkal Iyakkam
  2003. Ambedkar Makkal Katchi
  2004. Ambedkar National Congress
  2005. Ambedkar Samaj Party
  2006. Amra Bangalee
  2007. Amsterdamese Police and Firefighting Party
  2008. Anarchist Communist Youth Association of Narva
  2009. Andalucista Youth
  2010. Andhra Pradesh Anganwadi Workers and Helpers Union
  2011. Andhra Pradesh Auto and Trolley Drivers Union
  2012. Andhra Pradesh Auto Rickshaw Drivers and Workers Federation
  2013. Andhra Pradesh Committee of Communist Revolutionaries (Chandra Pulla Reddy)
  2014. Andhra Pradesh Committee of Communist Revolutionaries
  2015. Andhra Pradesh Federation of Trade Unions
  2016. And-Jëf / Revolutionary Movement for New Democracy
  2017. Andorran parliamentary election, 2001
  2018. Angolan Communist Party
  2019. Angolan League
  2020. Anna Telugu Desam Party
  2021. Ant (newspaper)
  2022. Antigua and Barbuda legislative election, 1999
  2023. Antigua Caribbean Liberation Movement
  2024. Antigua Freedom Party
  2025. Antiimperialist Action Front-Suxxali Reew Mi
  2026. Anti-Jewish Action League of Sweden
  2027. Apna Dal
  2028. APRA Rebelde
  2029. April 1992 general strike in Nepal
  2030. Arab Communist Party
  2031. Arab Islamic Front of Azawad
  2032. Arab Liberation Front
  2033. Arab Nationalist Movement
  2034. ‎Arab Palestine Organization
  2035. Arab Popular Socialist Movement
  2036. Arab Socialist Action Party (Saudi Arabia)
  2037. ‎Arab Socialist Action Party
  2038. ‎Arbeiterpolitik
  2039. Arbeiterstimme
  2040. Arbetarkommun
  2041. Arbetar-Tidningen
  2042. Archipelago Tomorrow
  2043. Argentine Socialist Vanguard Party
  2044. Armenian Marxist Party
  2045. Armenian Workers Communist Party
  2046. Armenian Workers Union
  2047. Arunachal Congress (Mithi)
  2048. Arunachal Congress
  2049. Ashim Chatterjee
  2050. Asociación Continental Americana de Trabajadores
  2051. Asociación de Nuevos Emigrados Revolucionarios Cubanos
  2052. Asom Bharatiya Janata Party
  2053. Asom Gana Parishad
  2054. Asom Gana Sangram Parishad
  2055. Asom Jatiya Sanmilan
  2056. Asom Yuva Parishad
  2057. Assembly Election Results of Chhattisgarh
  2058. Assembly Election Results of Mizoram
  2059. Assembly Election Results of Orissa
  2060. Assembly Election Results of Sikkim
  2061. Assembly of the Guarani People - North Charagua
  2062. Association of Moroccan Workers and Students
  2063. Athos Fava
  2064. Authentic Falange
  2065. Autonomous State Demand Committee
  2066. Awami Front
  2067. Avante! Festival
  2068. Axel Ingmar's List - Avesta Party
  2069. Azanian National Youth Unity
  2070. Aziz Democratic Workers Congress
  2071. B.T. Ranadive
  2072. Backward Castes United Front
  2073. Baghdad of Peace
  2074. Bahadur Singh Dhakad
  2075. Bahamas Hotel, Catering and Allied Workers Union
  2076. Bahamas Taxi Cab Union
  2077. Bahujan Kisan Dal
  2078. Bahujan Samaj Party (Ambedkar)
  2079. Bahujan Samaj Party (Kainth)
  2080. Bahujan Samaj Party (Nepal)
  2081. Bahujan Vikas Aghadi
  2082. Bahujana Nidahas Peramuna
  2083. Bal Krishna Khand
  2084. Balearic People's Union
  2085. Bangla Bachao Front
  2086. Bangla Congress
  2087. Bangla Jatiya Dal
  2088. Bangladesh Communist Party (Leninist)
  2089. Bangladesh Gano Azadi League (Samad)
  2090. Bangladesh Khilafat Andolan
  2091. Bangladesher Samyabadi Dal (Marksbadi-Leninbadi) (Barua)
  2092. Bangladesher Samyabadi Dal (Marksbadi-Leninbadi) (Dutta)
  2093. Bangladesher Samyabadi Dal (Marksbadi-Leninbadi) (Umar)
  2094. Bangladesher Samyabadi Dal (Marksbadi-Leninbadi)
  2095. Barbuda Independence Movement
  2096. Barbuda People's Movement for Change
  2097. Barre Sangarsh Samuha
  2098. Basque Nationalist Republican Party
  2099. ‎Bathurst Trade Union
  2100. Batuk Vora
  2101. Beer Unity Party
  2102. ‎Belorussian Communist Organisation
  2103. Bengal Chatkal Mazdoor Federation
  2104. Bengal Chatkal Mazdoor Union
  2105. Bengal Hawkers Association
  2106. Bengal Jute Mill Workers' Union
  2107. Bengal Provincial Chatkal Mazdoor Union
  2108. Berg Party
  2109. Bergas Bästa - partipolitiskt obunden lista
  2110. Bernardo Alvarado Monzón
  2111. ‎Bethlehem Fraternity and Development
  2112. Bhagat Bahadur Baduwal
  2113. Bhakra Management Board Karamchari Sangh
  2114. Bhakta Bahadur Shah
  2115. Bhanu Bhakta Joshi
  2116. Bharatiya Forward Bloc
  2117. Bharatiya Gorkha Janashakti
  2118. Bharatiya Jan Congress
  2119. Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha
  2120. Bharatiya Khet Mazdoor Union
  2121. Bharatiya Kranti Dal
  2122. Bharatiya Lok Dal
  2123. Bharatiya Manavata Vikas Party
  2124. Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh
  2125. Bharatiya Minorities Suraksha Mahasangh
  2126. Bharatiya Navshakti Party
  2127. Bharatiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh
  2128. Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangha
  2129. Bharti Lok Lehar Party
  2130. Bhumi Uchhed Pratirodh Committee
  2131. ‎Bhupesh Baghel
  2132. Bihar People's Party
  2133. Bihar Vikas Party
  2134. ‎Bijoy Koijam
  2135. Biju Sena
  2136. Binod Kumar Shah
  2137. Biplobi Bangla Congress
  2138. Bir Man Chaudhari
  2139. Birger Furugård
  2140. Birsa Seva Dal
  2141. Bishnu Prasad Chaudhari Tharu
  2142. Bishnu Prasad Paudel
  2143. ‎‎Blekinge Folkblad
  2144. Blue Party of Progressive Rightwing
  2145. Bolshevik Communist Party
  2146. Bolshevik Nuclei
  2147. Bolshevik-Leninist Party of India, Ceylon and Burma
  2148. Bombay Provincial Working Class Party
  2149. Bopartiet
  2150. Borba (Paris)
  2151. Borotbist
  2152. Bourgeois Alternative
  2153. Brajagopal Roy
  2154. Brest Charter
  2155. Breton Communist Party
  2156. Brijesh Kumar Gupta
  2157. British Honduras Trade Union
  2158. Broad Left Front
  2159. Brynjólfur Bjarnason‎
  2160. BTR-EMS-AKG Janakeeya Vedi
  2161. Bulgarian Communist Party (Marxist)
  2162. Bulgarian Democratic Party
  2163. Bulgarian Democratic-Constitutional Party
  2164. Bulgarian Euroright
  2165. Bulgarian United Communist Party
  2166. Bundelkhand Mukti Morcha
  2167. Bunkar Mahasabha
  2168. Burkinabè Communist Group
  2169. Burkinabè Socialist Bloc
  2170. Burma Socialist Programme Party
  2171. Burma Workers Party
  2172. Cachar Congress
  2173. Calcutta Hawkers' Men Union
  2174. Calcutta Tramways Workers' and Employees' Union
  2175. Cambodian parliamentary election, 1955
  2176. Candidature of Najeran Independents
  2177. Caprivi Alliance Party
  2178. Carlos Quinteros
  2179. Cartago Agrarian Union Party
  2180. Casamancian Autonomous Movement
  2181. Catalan Communist Party
  2182. Catalan Liberation Front
  2183. Catalan State-Proletarian Party
  2184. Catalan Workers Bloc
  2185. Catalan Workers Left
  2186. Cayman Vanguard Party
  2187. Central African Democratic Union
  2188. Central African National Liberation Movement
  2189. ‎Central de Acción y Unificación Sindical
  2190. Central Democratic Labour Party
  2191. Central Reorganisation Committee, Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist)
  2192. Centre of Communist Revolutionaries of India
  2193. Centre of Indian Communists
  2194. Centre of Indian Trade Unions
  2195. Centre Party Youth League
  2196. Centro de Estudios Carlos Marx
  2197. ‎Centrosibir
  2198. Ceylon Communist Party (Maoist)
  2199. Ceylon Democratic Unity Alliance
  2200. CGTT
  2201. Chand cabinet, 2002
  2202. Chandra Bahadur Gurung
  2203. Chandra Bahadur Thapa)
  2204. Change Charagua
  2205. Charu Majumdar
  2206. Chhattisgarh Mukti Morcha
  2207. Chhattisgarh Vikas Party
  2208. Chhotanagpur Front
  2209. Chhotanagpur Plateau Praja Parishad
  2210. Chilean Communist Party (Proletarian Action)
  2211. Chin Peng
  2212. Chinak Kurmi
  2213. Chitra Bahadur KC
  2214. Christian Democrat Party (Peru)
  2215. Christian Democratic Action for Social Justice
  2216. Christian Democratic Party (Bolivia)
  2217. Christian Democratic Party (Namibia)