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Born: Established: 1920 Sydney, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 1991
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1 2 y separately published work icon Tribune Sydney : Communist Party of Australia , 1939-1991 9689493 1939 newspaper (29 issues)

The Tribune was the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Australia. It was published weekly from 1939 to 1991. It had previously been published as The Australian Communist (1920-1921), The Communist (1921-1923) and the Workers' Weekly (1923-1939).

Subversive editions of the Tribune were published between 1940 and 1941 after the Communist Party was declared illegal by the Menzies-Fadden Government.

In 1943 the Tribune briefly absorbed Foreward, another Communist Party newspaper. The Queensland Guardian was also absorbed by the Tribune , initially between November 1954 and Apr. 1960. It then resumed as a separate publication until re-absorbed on January 1, 1967, along with the Guardian (Melbourne, Vic.)

1 y separately published work icon Workers' Voice Melbourne : Communist Party of Australia , 1933-1939 Z1046248 1933-1939 newspaper (1 issues)
1 22 y separately published work icon Workers' Weekly Sydney : Communist Party of Australia , 1923-1939 Z1107927 1923-1939 periodical (116 issues)