Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB)

Bloomfield, Tommy

Interview with International Brigader
11/1977/28-34

Brotherstone, Terry

A Peculiar Obscurity? William Gallacher's Missing Biography and the Role of Stalinism in Scottish Labour History: a contribution to an overdue discussion
51/2016/154-174

Caldwell, John T

The Battle for Glasgow Green
16/1981ii/19-27

Campbell, Alan

Reflections on the Communist Party's Third Period in Scotland: the case of Willie Allan
35/2000/33-54

Canning, Audrey

Working with the William Gallacher Memorial Library
50/2015/127-135

Duncan, Robert

The Revolutionary in Parliament: Walton Newbold as Communist MP, November 1922-November 1923
44/2009/56-73
Motherwell for Moscow: Walton Newbold, Revolutionary Politics and the Labour Movement in a Lanarkshire Constituency 1918-1922
28/1993/47-70

Foster, John

Communist Renewal in Scotland 1986-1990
38/2003/75-93
The Russian Revolution and the emergence of the Communist Party in Scotland
52/2017/41-53

Fullarton, Steve

Interview with International Brigader
11/1977/23-27

Gall, Gregor

Harry McShane – ‘Red Clydesider’ and ‘no mean fighter’
53/2018/57-71

Harvie, Christopher

MacDiarmid the Socialist
16/1981ii/4-11

Kiernan, Victor G

Labour and the War in Spain
11/1977/4-16

Long, Paul

Abe Moffat, the Fife Miners and the United Mineworkers of Scotland
17/1982/5-18

Macwhirter, Julie

Internationalism and the British Labour Movement 1917-27
6/1972ii/26-54

Maitles, Henry

Fascism in the 1930s: the West of Scotland in the British Context
27/1992/7-22

McHugh, John

John Maclean: the Scottish Workers' Republican Party and Scottish Nationalism
18/1983/43-47

McIlroy, John

Reflections on the Communist Party's Third Period in Scotland: the case of Willie Allan
35/2000/33-54

McKay, John

Red Clydeside after 75 Years: A Reply to Iain McLean
31/1996/85-94
Communist Unity and Division 1920: Gallacher, Maclean and the Unholy Scotch Current
29/1994/84-97

Miller, Christopher W

Forward to Obscurity: Another Dimension to the Decline of the Radical Left on 1930s Clydeside
47/2012/91-109

Milligan, Tony

Trotskyist Politics and Industrial Work in Scotland 1939-1945
30/1995/104-120

Morgan, Kevin

A Limit to Everything: Union Activists and 'Bolshevik discipline' in Britain and Brazil
34/1999/52-73

Murray, Tom

Interview with International Brigader
11/1977/34-38

Parkhitko, V

Communism Will Prevail: William Gallacher's Last Interview
50/2015/124-126

Phillips, Jim

A Peculiar Obscurity? William Gallacher's Missing Biography and the Role of Stalinism in Scottish Labour History: a contribution to an overdue discussion
51/2016/154-174

Rafeek, Neil

Rose Kerrigan 1903-1995
31/1996/72-84
Mabel Skinner 1912-1996: Communist Politics amongst a Highlands Community
33/1998/78-96

Renton, Donald

Interview with International Brigader
11/1977/18-23

Ripley, B J

John Maclean: the Scottish Workers' Republican Party and Scottish Nationalism
18/1983/43-47

Routledge, Paul

Of the once mighty corps of labour correspondents, Scottish union leaders in London, the Communist Party and more – recollections and reflections by a labour correspondent
53/2018/36-40

Salveson, Paul

Still flying here? Reflections on the Russian Revolution, socialism, communism and our times
52/2017/68-77

Santana, Marco Aurelio

A Limit to Everything: Union Activists and 'Bolshevik discipline' in Britain and Brazil
34/1999/52-73

Sherwood, Marika

Krisha Menon, Parliamentary Labour Candidate for Dundee 1939-1940
42/2007/29-48

Shipway, Mark

The Anti-Parliamentary Communists and the Civil War in Spain
21/1986/14-25

Tait, William

BSISLP Documents on the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Formation of the CPGB
24/1989/86-92

Thompson, Willie

The End of the Communist Party in Scotland
36/2001/39-48

Watson, Don

Poles Apart: the Campaign Against Polish Settlement in Scotland after the Second World War
49/2014/107-123