Labour History Review

Is CPGB History Important? A Reply to Harriet Jones

Labour History Review (2003), 68, (3), 385–390.

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N. Fishman, ‘Essentialists and realists: reflections on the historiography of the CPGB’, Communist History Network Newsletter, Autumn 2001, pp. 7-16. Its editors state that this newsletter ‘is not a "peer reviewed" journal’: see their website at lesi.man.ac.uk.chnn/CHNNFAQ.html. lesi.man.ac.uk.chnn/CHNNFAQ.html ‘Essentialists and realists: reflections on the historiography of the CPGB’ Communist History Network Newsletter 7 16 Google Scholar

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J. McIlroy and A. Campbell, ‘Histories of the British Communist Party: a user's guide’, LHR, 68, 1, 2003, pp. 33-59, and J. McIlroy, B. McLoughlin, A. Campbell and J. Halstead, ‘Forging the Faithful: The British at the International Lenin School’, ibid., pp. 99-128. ‘Histories of the British Communist Party: a user's guide’ LHR 68 33 59 Google Scholar

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K. Morgan, ‘Harry Pollitt, the British Communist Party and International Communism’, in T. Saarela and K. Rentola (eds), Communism National and International, Helsinki, SHS, 1998, pp. 185, 187. Communism National and International 185 Google Scholar

McIlroy and Campbell, ‘"Nina Ponomareva's hats"’; J. McIlroy and A. Campbell, ‘"For a revolutionary workers’ government": Moscow, British Communism and revisionist interpretations of the Third Period, 1927-34', European History Quarterly, 32, 4, 2002, pp. 535-69. Google Scholar

ICBH website http://ihr.sas.ac.uk/icbh Google Scholar

N. Fishman, ‘Essentialists and realists: reflections on the historiography of the CPGB’, Communist History Network Newsletter, Autumn 2001, pp. 7-16. Its editors state that this newsletter ‘is not a "peer reviewed" journal’: see their website at lesi.man.ac.uk.chnn/CHNNFAQ.html. lesi.man.ac.uk.chnn/CHNNFAQ.html ‘Essentialists and realists: reflections on the historiography of the CPGB’ Communist History Network Newsletter 7 16 Google Scholar

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N. Fishman, The British Communist Party and the Trade Unions, 1933-45, Aldershot, Scolar, 1995, p. 18. The British Communist Party and the Trade Unions, 1933-45 18 Google Scholar

J. McIlroy and A. Campbell, ‘"Nina Ponomareva's hats": the new revisionism, the Communist International and the Communist Party of Great Britain, 1920-30’, Labour/Le Travail, 49, 2002, pp. 147-88; D. Howell, review of A. Thorpe, The British Communist Party and Moscow, 1920-43, English Historical Review, 116, 468, 2001, p. 916. ‘"Nina Ponomareva's hats": the new revisionism, the Communist International and the Communist Party of Great Britain, 1920-30’ Labour/Le Travail 49 147 88 Google Scholar

J. McIlroy and A. Campbell, ‘Histories of the British Communist Party: a user's guide’, LHR, 68, 1, 2003, pp. 33-59, and J. McIlroy, B. McLoughlin, A. Campbell and J. Halstead, ‘Forging the Faithful: The British at the International Lenin School’, ibid., pp. 99-128. ‘Histories of the British Communist Party: a user's guide’ LHR 68 33 59 Google Scholar

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J. McIlroy and A. Campbell, ‘The heresy of Arthur Horner’, Llafur: Journal of Welsh Labour History, 8, 2, 2001, pp. 105-18, and McIlroy and Campbell, ‘Histories’, pp. 44-7 ‘The heresy of Arthur Horner’ Llafur: Journal of Welsh Labour History 8 105 18 Google Scholar

J. Eaden and D. Renton, The Communist Party of Great Britain since 1920, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2002, pp. xiv-xv. The Communist Party of Great Britain since 1920 xiv xv Google Scholar

K. Morgan, ‘Harry Pollitt, the British Communist Party and International Communism’, in T. Saarela and K. Rentola (eds), Communism National and International, Helsinki, SHS, 1998, pp. 185, 187. Communism National and International 185 Google Scholar

McIlroy and Campbell, ‘"Nina Ponomareva's hats"’; J. McIlroy and A. Campbell, ‘"For a revolutionary workers’ government": Moscow, British Communism and revisionist interpretations of the Third Period, 1927-34', European History Quarterly, 32, 4, 2002, pp. 535-69. Google Scholar

ICBH website http://ihr.sas.ac.uk/icbh Google Scholar

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Campbell, Alan

McIlroy, John