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Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International - Image 67. 1924. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/scpamp/item/2822/show/2754.

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Title Resolutions adopted at the Fourth Congress of the Young Communist International
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  • Young Communist International. Executive Committee
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Date 1924
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Transcript 55 ratified by our practical experience. Whilst the Fourth Congress of the Y. C. I. brings these forceably to the memory of all Young Communist Leagues, it makes certain additions for the future work arising out of the lessons taught by the activity since the Third Congress of the Y. C. I. 8) Above all, the Fourth Congress of the Y. C. I. emphasises once again that the bolshevist anti-militarist work, despite the fact that the organization of the communist influence in the army must in great part be conspirative, must be a broad daily and continuous political mass work also outside of the barracks, and that this work is not to be carried on alone by individuals as conspirative work, but is to be carried on by the whole movement as such. 9) The shop nuclei have in this connection great tasks. The Fourth Congress of the Y. C. I ratifies in detail the instructions of the E. C. of the Y. C. I. on the building of shop nuclei and their practical work as the unit of organization and the directions contained in them for this bolshevist anti-militarist work. "A part of the preparatory work of the recruits will be carried on within the nucleus. The nucleus must know all the young workers in the shop who are of an age for military service and they must assemble them and make clear to them the fate which stands before them and explain our attitude to bourgeois militarism to thrni. After the entry of these young workers into the army the nucleus must maintain a permament connection with them. This can be very well done thru individual members of the nucleus. This activity must be carried thru upon the basis of the general directions laid down for the bolshevist anti-militarist work. Upon military occupation of the factory the nucleus must take up the bolshevist anti-militarist propaganda falling to its lot in these circumstances. In particular it must lead a strong propaganda against the nationalist incitement of the soldiers and must do its utmost to awaken and maintain the class-consciousness of the soldiers." 10) The main weight of the bolshevik anti-militarist work in the next period of activity must be upon those countries which He immediately before the danger of war and imperialist con-