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Magazine “De Rode Morgen” (Red Dawn) made in the Netherlands by the Cenral Organ Group Marxist Leninsts. 1st. year, No. 4, 1977.
Group of Marxist–Leninists/Red Dawn is a Maoist group in the Netherlands. GML/Rode Morgen was founded in 1977, as a merger of a group of Amsterdam students and some groups of individuals expelled from the Communist Unity Movement of the Netherlands (Marxist-Leninist) (KEN (ml)) in 1976. At the time of its foundation it had around 25 members. From the start, GML was mainly active in factories and trade unions.
GML played an important role during the 1979 Rotterdam port strike. Representative of the Transport Union and GML member Paul Rosenmöller, who later became the leader of the GreenLeft party, was one of the strike leaders.
In 1981–1982 GML/Rode Morgen lost a big part of its original members. The GML/Rode Morgen still exists and is mainly active in the city of Rotterdam, although it also lists contacts in Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Utrecht. Internationally the GML is part of ICOR, an international grouping of anti-revisionist and Maoist communist parties, led by the German MLPD.