Ukrainian translation by Diatlov of Lenin's piece from March-April 1918, which outlines the main tasks facing the Russian Soviet Republic in the socialist revolution.
Moisei Rafes records the events of October 1917 in Russia, specifically the development of the socialist revolutionary movement in Ukraine and the activities of the Jewish Labour Bund.
Ukrainian communists abroad comment on the Resolution of Reciprocity between the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic and the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic during the 4th All-Ukrainian Congress of Soviets in Kharkiv.
Manifesto of the Second Communist International held in Petrograd and Moscow, July-August 1920.
A short pamphlet published in Winnipeg by the organ of the Ukrainian Workers' News, about the social, political, and economic system associated with communism.
Yevgenia Bosch, a major Bolshevik leader, writes about the events from 1917 in Ukraine, from the inception of the Central Council of Ukraine to 1918 when the Ukrainian civil war was in full swing.
Collection of articles, programs, and resolutions relating to the Ukrainian national question and the Communist Party (bolsheviks).
Volodymyr Levynsky's Ukrainian translation of Friedrich Engels' 'Grundsätze des Kommunismus' from 1847, as well as a short piece by Levynsky titled 'Narid i sotsiializm'.
Communist primer published in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in 1921.
Open political letters by Volodymyr Vynnychenko. The first is addressed to the Communists and Socialist Revolutionaries of Western Europe and America, while the second is to the 'class unconscious' Ukrainian intelligentsia.
A brochure about the communist ideology and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union written originally by the Bolshevik revolutionary, Nikolai Bukharin, and translated into Ukrainian by Andreĭchuk.
Ukrainian Communist Party program approved at the congress held 22-25 January 1920.
Letters of the Foreign Group of the Ukrainian Communist Party to the Communists and Socialist Revolutionaries of Europe and America, along with two additions, including Volodymyr Vynnychenko's open letter addressed to the Ukrainian workers and peasants.
Translation of Volodymyr Vynnychenko’s open letter “Revoliutsiia v nebezpetsi” (written in Moscow in September 1920), in which he protests against the Soviet system of absolute centralization.
Translation from Russian of V. A. Karpinskii’s overview of the Soviet administrative and political system published in Vienna in 1920.