Estonian Young Socialist League

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Estonian Young Socialist League (in Estonian: Eesti Noorsotsialistlik Liit, abbreviated ENL) was a political youth movement in Estonia and the youth wing of the Estonian Socialist Workers Party (ESTP). A Central Bureau of ENL was set up in 1925. As of 1928 it had 20 branches with a total of around 500 members.[1]

Ideologically ENL was close to the Austro-Marxist positions.[2]

ENL published Rünnak, Igapäeva Rünnak and Sotsialistlik Võitlus.[2]

ENL was a member of the Socialist Youth International, the youth wing of the Labour and Socialist International.[3] .