The Republican Congress (Irish: An Chomhdháil Phoblachtach) was an Irish republican and Marxist-Leninist political organisation founded in 1934, when pro-communist republicans left the Anti-Treaty Irish Republican Army. The Congress was led by such anti-Treaty veterans as Peadar O'Donnell, Frank Ryan and George Gilmore. In their later phase they were involved with the Communist International and International Brigades paramilitary; the Connolly Column.

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  • Le Republican Congress (français : Congrès républicain) est un mouvement politique irlandais issu d'une scission de gauche de l'Irish Republican Army à l'automne 1934. Il est mené par Frank Ryan et proche de plusieurs groupes républicains, syndicalistes, de chômeurs, de paysans, du Communist Party of Ireland et des restes de l'Irish Citizen Army. Si l'indépendance totale de l'Irlande convainc tous ses militants, il s'opposent en revanche entre les partisans de Michael Price et ceux du Communist Party of Ireland. 200 membres du Republican Congress dont Jack Ryan intégreront la colonne Connolly pour combattre du côté républicain pendant la Guerre d'Espagne. (fr)
  • The Republican Congress (Irish: An Chomhdháil Phoblachtach) was an Irish republican and Marxist-Leninist political organisation founded in 1934, when pro-communist republicans left the Anti-Treaty Irish Republican Army. The Congress was led by such anti-Treaty veterans as Peadar O'Donnell, Frank Ryan and George Gilmore. In their later phase they were involved with the Communist International and International Brigades paramilitary; the Connolly Column. The group claimed: "We believe that a republic of a united Ireland will never be achieved except through a struggle which uproots capitalism on its way." They were not a political party as such, but rather an extraparliamentary organisation dedicated to creating a "workers' republic," which leaned towards the Communist Party of Ireland. They split mostly over whether they should be a party in their own right. (en)
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  • Blue and white (en)
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  • 1936-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • 1934-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Founder
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  • Far-left
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  • Paramilitary wing
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  • Le Republican Congress (français : Congrès républicain) est un mouvement politique irlandais issu d'une scission de gauche de l'Irish Republican Army à l'automne 1934. Il est mené par Frank Ryan et proche de plusieurs groupes républicains, syndicalistes, de chômeurs, de paysans, du Communist Party of Ireland et des restes de l'Irish Citizen Army. Si l'indépendance totale de l'Irlande convainc tous ses militants, il s'opposent en revanche entre les partisans de Michael Price et ceux du Communist Party of Ireland. 200 membres du Republican Congress dont Jack Ryan intégreront la colonne Connolly pour combattre du côté républicain pendant la Guerre d'Espagne. (fr)
  • The Republican Congress (Irish: An Chomhdháil Phoblachtach) was an Irish republican and Marxist-Leninist political organisation founded in 1934, when pro-communist republicans left the Anti-Treaty Irish Republican Army. The Congress was led by such anti-Treaty veterans as Peadar O'Donnell, Frank Ryan and George Gilmore. In their later phase they were involved with the Communist International and International Brigades paramilitary; the Connolly Column. (en)
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  • Republican Congress (en)
  • Republican Congress (fr)
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  • Republican Congress (en)
  • An Chomhdháil Phoblachtach (en)
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