"[It has been] 14 years, on this date, since they gave up their lives full of sacrifices in the holocaust of the working class[; they are] three figures which symbolize the greatest geniuses of the revolution: LENIN, LIEBKNECHT and LUXEMBURGO. They left us a world full of hopes and they were the most self-sacrificing teachers of the working class. We, in order to remember them should honor their memory, making [sure] that our unity is more potent, and with it insuring that the country of the proletariat would be the five parts of the world. We must honor the memory of our teachers! Lenin, Liebknecht and Luxemburg!"
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- between 1936 and 1939
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1 printed leaf; 19.7 x 15.7cm
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Madrid, Célula 52
Madrid, Partido Comunista de España (Sector Oeste)
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