Page 1, 8th July 1938

8th July 1938
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Page 1, 8th July 1938 — STALIN AND LONDON GODLESS

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THE attempts of the organisers of the September London Godless Congress to convince the British people of its innocuous character are shown in their true light by the latest developments. Bolshevik Russia in the person of the Russian Militant Godless League has decided to nominate honorary members of the Congress, Stalin himself is the first nominee. The other three are Jeschov, Minister of the Interior and Head of the G.P.U. (secret police) ; Jaroslawski, President of the Militant Godless; and Dimitroff, Secretary of the Communist International.

The Foreign Section of the Militant

Godless has expressed the hope that the English organisers will intensify their propaganda and their tight against the opponents of the Congress.

Bolshevik Russia is rejoicing at the failure of the attempts to prevent the holding of the Congress and is describing the victory as having been due to " pressure exercised by the British proletariat" to which the Foreign Minister was obliged to yield.

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