[Pamphlets and flyers issued by the New Zealand Communist Party, and Communist candidates for elections. 1940-1945].

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1940 - 1945
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Eph-A-COMMUNIST-1940/1945
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1940s:

Second front, by Tom Wintringham

Labour is in peril! (white copy and blue copy)

The Soviet Union and the War; full military pact is necessary

A personal message to the electors of Auckland West [from Gordon Watson]

The Soviet Union is right! Communist statement on present European situation

1941:

General election 1941. Introducing the Communist candidates for Wellington. Alex Galbraith (Wellington Central); A J Birchfield (Wellington East)

1942:

How did Hitler come to power?

Attack is the best defence. Public meeting, Trades Hall, 15 Febryart [1942]. Speakers Dr H Silverstone & A J Birchfield

"The people's war", by Sid Scott (2 copies)

1943:

Splitting the Labout movement; role of Democratic Labour Party

"Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition".

1943?

To the electors of Arch Hill ... introducing Vic Wilcox

1944:

The N.Z. Bolshevik Party [by Leo Sim]. Reprinted from the Manawatu Daily Times, 18/1/44

Communist Party (Wellington). Xmas 1944. People Xmas Fair. Thursday, Friday Saturday, December 21st, 22nd, 23rd. Programme

Quantity: 15 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) (a few coloured) on pamphlets, flyers.

Physical Description: Photolithographs on pamphlets and flyers, sizes varying below 250 mm.

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15 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) (a few coloured) on pamphlets, flyers, Ephemera, Photolithographs, Pamphlets, Political posters, Photolithographs on pamphlets and flyers, sizes varying below 250 mm.
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Communist Party of New Zealand :"Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!" / M C Bollinger 1943. When you go to the poll - remember a vote against Labour is a vote for the Nationalists. If you don't want the Nationalists, Vote Labour! A Communist Party publication [1943].
Date: 1943 From: [Pamphlets and flyers issued by the New Zealand Communist Party, and Communist candidates for elections. 1940-1945]. By: Bollinger, Max Charles, 1924-1996; Communist Party of New Zealand Ref: Eph-A-COMMUNIST-1943-01 Description: Shows a cartoon by M C Bollinger, with C G Scrimgeour sitting on a cannon labelled "Scrim's election mud thrower". John A Lee of the Democratic Party is hand...