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Magazine made in the Netherlands. It is called:”Communist League Proletarian Left”. 2nd. year, No.10, 1973. The Proletarian Left was a Trotskyist group within the Pacifist Socialist Party, which first emerged in the summer of 1970. The group wanted to transform the PSP into a revolutionary workers’ party on a Trotskyist basis.
After Proletaries Links suffered a defeat at the PSP congress in Groningen in October 1971 and the PL leadership was expelled as a member, the group continued on its own. In June 1973 the name of the organization was changed to Communist League Proletaries Links and a year later, in 1974, to International Communist League.
This magazine once belonged to the Red Resistance Front’s archive (RVF). The Red Resistance Front existed from 1977 to 1988. Former members of the Red Youth (a communist group) and its affiliated Red Aid were active in the organisation. The RVF was an aid organization for the “armed resistance” in Western Europe, together with a large number of pamphlets mainly protesting against the detention situation of imprisoned members of the German Red Army Faction (RAF)
The RVF also conducted and coordinated actions against the European Parliament elections, which were held for the first time in 1979. The group saw it as part of a political structure that would give Germany and the United States too much power in Europe.