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The Workers' Republic
Author: James Connolly
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- James Connolly, Labour in Irish History, Irish Workers
Republic (in monthly instalments)
- James Connolly, Labour in Irish History (Dublin: Maunsel November 1910)
- James Connolly, Labour in Irish History (Dublin: Maunsel 1914). 216pp.
- James Connolly, Labour in Irish History (Dublin: Maunsel 1917). 216pp.
- James Connolly, Labour in Irish History (New York: Donnelly 1919). 137pp.
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Maunsell & Roberts 1922), contains Labour in Irish History. 346pp.
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Maunsel 1926),
contains Labour in Irish History
- James Connolly, Labour in Irish History (Dublin: Irish Transport & General Workers' Union 1934). 216pp.
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Three Candles 1940),
contains Labour in Irish History
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: Irish Transport & General Workers' Union 1944). Contains Labour in Irish History. 346pp.
- James Connolly, Labour in Irish History, ed. Desmond Ryan,
with an introduction by William McMullen (Dublin: Three Candles 1951)
- James Connolly, Labour in Irish History (Dublin: New Books Publications 1956; reprinted 1967, 1971, 1973, 1983). 135pp.
- James Connolly, Labour in Ireland (Dublin: C. Ó Lochlainn 1971). Contains Labour in Irish History. 264pp.
- James Connolly Labour in Irish history (London: Bookmarks
- James Connolly, Collected Works (Dublin: New Books
Publications 1987), i 17-184.
- Rabochi Klass v Historia Irland (Moscow: Progress Publishers 1968), with an introduction by Artemy D. Kolpakov. Extracts from that introduction are published in English translation in James Connolly, Collected Works (Dublin: New Books Publications 1987), i 508-11.
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- Connolly: the Polish aspects: a review of James Connolly's political and spiritual affinity with Józef Pilsudski, leader of the Polish Socialist Party, organiser of the Polish legions and founder of the Polish state (Belfast: Athol 1985). 167pp.
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(Cork: Mercier Press 1960, repr. 1978)
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The edition used in the digital edition
- James Connolly The Workers' Republic in Collected works, Ed. Desmond Ryan. New Books Publications, Dublin, volume 2 (1987) page 179442
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Created: By James Connolly (1868-1916)
Date range: 1898-1916.
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Language: [EN] The text is in English, apart from a few words.
Language: [FR] Three words in French in a conventional expression.
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