Glasgow: Socialist Labour Press, . — 34 p.The Press reports many examples of the heroism of the soldiers of the Red Army. In the fight with the hordes of Koltchak, Denikin, and other tools of the great landlords and capitalists, the workers and peasants performed veritable miracles of bravery and endurance in defence of the Socialist Revolution. The war is being brought to an end slowly and with difficulty. Exhaustion and licentiousness arc being removed, slowly it is true, but surely. The heroism of the working masses, who work unceasingly for the victory of Socialism, is the foundation for the new fraternal discipline of the Red Army, and for its stability and development.Not less than the brave deeds of the soldiers at the front does the heroism of the workers far from the firing line merit our attention. In this connection a tremendous significance attaches to the “Communist Saturdays,” which were instituted by the workers themselves. Although only a beginning, it is a beginning of extraordinary importance. It is the commencement of a revolution which is more difficult, more fundamental, and more real than the overthrow of the bourgeoisie, because it means victory over our own indolence and poverty, victory over petty bourgeois egoism, and over the evil customs which the doomed system of capitalism has left as a heritage to the workers and peasants. Only when this victory is completed will Socialist discipline be established, and only then will Communism bo, in very truth, invincible.